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Pat O'Donnell Leads Bears Over Cowboys, 31-24

Fri, Dec 6, 2019 | Rob Otto

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2019-12-06 -- Mitchell Trubisky's rushing at home leads the Bears over the Cowboys.

With Ezekiel Elliott from the backfield, the Cowboys scored 24 points on the road. Randall Cobb threw for 0 yards on 0 attempts for 0 competitions. Against the Bears, the quarterback threw 0 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. Michael Gallup caught for 0 touchdowns against the Bears with 6 catches for 109 yards. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 81 yards on 19 attempts with 2 touchdowns. The Cowboys rushed against Bears with 22 rush attempts for 82 yards. The visiting team gave up a total of 52 yards on 6 penalties.

Led by Pat O'Donnell from behind the center, the Bears scored 31 points at home. Quarterback Pat O'Donnell passed for 0 touchdowns and 0 interceptions against the Cowboys defense on 0 competitions with 0 attempts for 0 passing yards. J.P. Holtz caught for 0 touchdowns against the Cowboys secondary on 3 catches for 56 yards. Mitchell Trubisky ran for 1 touchdown against the Cowboys with 10 rush attempts for 63 yards. The Bears ran for a total of 151 yards as a team against the Cowboys with 34 rush attempts. The Bears had a total of 382 yards against the Cowboys with 24 first downs and possession time of 32:18.

Posted at Fri, December 6, 2019 05:30:27 UTC