LANDOVER - SEPTEMBER 12: Marion Barber #24 of the Dallas Cowboys runs the ball during the NFL season opener against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on September 12 2010 in Landover Maryland. The Redskins defeated the Cowboys 13-7. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Cowboys Can't Get Out Of Their Own Way Again, Drop To 0-2

The Dallas Cowboys return to Arlington for their home opener Sunday. They look to rebound from a 13-7 Week One loss in Washington, while the visiting Chicago Bears snuck past the Lions.

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Bears Top Cowboys 27-20

Sports Network | September 19, 2010

Arlington, TX (Sports Network) – Jay Cutler threw for 277 yards with three touchdowns and the Chicago Bears spoiled Dallas’ home opener with a 27-20 win at Cowboys Stadium.

Cutler was 21-of-29 for the Bears, who are off to their first 2-0 start since 2006, a year in which the franchise represented the NFC in the Super Bowl.

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo completed 34-of-51 passes for 374 yards with one touchdown. However, he was picked off twice by Chicago cornerback D.J. Moore.

Miles Austin posted 142 yards on 10 receptions for the Cowboys, who hadn’t opened a season 0-2 in nine years.

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