Bears CB D.J. Moore made some big plays on Sunday, intercepting two of QB Tony Romo's passes, and he talked a big game after the win.
Moore suggested that TE Jason Witten, who left the game in the fourth quarter after being diagnosed with a concussion, was worried about taking a hit when a ball deflected off of him and into the hands of Moore for his second pick.
"The second one, he was pretty much scared to get hit," Moore told the Chicago Sun-Times. "He short-handed it like he was just about to get hit."
Witten has a reputation as a tough player, and he was clearly steamed when Dallas' training staff wouldn't let him re-enter the game after he suffered the concussion. The Bears' defense considers itself a pretty scary unit, however, and they're quickly regaining the swagger they showed during their Super Bowl season in 2006.