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Podcast: Remember This Crap? - Bears-Cowboys
If you only remember two of these games, there's good reason for it
The Bears and Cowboys haven’t played as many times as you would think over the years, but there have been some memorable games.
The most vivid is the Bears’ 44-0 domination in 1985, and the two playoff losses. Maybe less memorable are the lone wins for Gina Carano’s dad and Tom Brady’s old Michigan platoon-mate on Thanksgivings many years apart.
But the guys break a bunch of them down, including some memorable Bob Thomas and Jon Roveto shanked extra points, a Doug Flutie sighting, and a Mitch Trubisky win in their last matchup.
Andy misremembers this crap about what year a dropped snap by Tony Romo cost Dallas a trip to Chicago in the playoffs and sent Seattke instead.
They talk about Josh McCown’s finest hour as a Bear, and much, much, more.
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Who better than our pal Brent Musburger to give us a few highlights from the 44-0 win?
Earlier that season the Bears and Cowboys had two brawls in a preseason game
Josh McCown destroys the Cowboys in 2013