Three keys for the Bears to come away from Soldier Field with a victory Thursday night:
In one of the few offensive positives for the 2014 Bears, the offense has learned how to win when Alshon Jeffery has good games. That wasn’t the way of things last season.
Quarterbacks earn lots of money for throwing footballs.
The Bears rode defensive takeaways (five interceptions) to a 34-18 win at Dallas two years ago in a game that saw All-Pro tight Jason Witten catch 13 passes for 122 yards and wide receiver Dez Bry
The Bears will take on the Dallas Cowboys offense with no more than three defensive starters from the unit that took down the Cowboys last season.