Dallas (6-6) at Chicago (6-6), 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime. They played last week on Thanksgiving Day. One took a win on the road, the other took a loss at home. Dallas travels to the Windy City to face off against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field to open action in week 14.

Dallas watched Buffalo erase a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter as the Bills came away with the 26-15 win last Thursday at AT&T Stadium. The Bills scored their 26 points from the second quarter to the midway point of the fourth quarter unchallenged to take the win in the Lone Star State. Although they trailed 13-7 at the intermission, Dallas could never really get themselves on track at home, as they would lose their second contest in three games.

Buffalo outrushed Dallas 124-103 with Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott leading all rushers with 71 yards, while Dak Prescott threw for 355 yards and a pair of TDs (one to TE Jason Witten) with Bills QB Josh Allen throwing for 231 yards and a TD pass to former Cowboys WR Cole Beasley (Beasley burned his former team for 110 yards on six catches). Allen, who had a rushing TD in the third quarter, did not have an interception, while Prescott threw a pick (both were sacked four times). Dallas was 7 of 13 on third down (the Cowboys were 1 for 3 on fourth down) and held on to the ball for 26:42, while the Bills ruled the clock, keeping the ball for 33:18, while going 6 of 14 on third down, 2 of 2 on fourth down.

Da Bears escaped Detroit 24-20 winners, thanks to a 3-yard TD pass from Mitchell Trubisky to RB David Montgomery, rallying in the final minutes at Ford Field to take the win. Detroit led 17-10 at the intermission in the Motor City before Chicago tied the contest up at 17-17 when Trubisky and TE Jesper Horsted connected on an 18-yard TD toss late in the third quarter. Detroit’s Matt Prater would give the Lions the lead back with 10:47 in the contest, connecting on a 24-yard field goal to lead by three. The two clubs would exchange punts and Da Bears would get the ball back with 6:40 left in regulation, using a 9-play, 90-yard drive that took 4:23 of clock to reclaim the lead in the contest.

Detroit would get the ball back with 2:12 left in the contest and got themselves from their 17-yard line to Chicago’s 26, burning a timeout and the two-minute warning, only to see their hopes dashed when back QB David Blough (who took over for Matthew Stafford) was picked off by Eddie Jackson to seal Detroit’s fate. Detroit somehow managed to outrush Da Bears 105-88, with Lions RB Bobby Scarborough leading the way with 83 yards, while Montgomery led Chicago with 75. Trubisky threw for 338 yards and three TDs (including the game-winner), while Blough led Detroit with 280 yards and a pair of TDs, including his first NFL TD pass and attempt to Kenny Golladay early in the first quarter (Trubisky was sacked twice, Blough was sacked once and both men threw an interception; Golladay led all recievers with 158 yards on four catches, while Chicago’s Anthony Miller had 140 yards on nine catches). Chicago was 5 of 10 on third down tries Thanksgiving afternoon in the Motor City and kept the ball for 30:50, while Detroit held on to the pigskin for 29:10, going 8 of 16 on third down (both clubs were 0 for 1 on fourth down).

Including games played at the Cotton Bowl, Wrigley Field, Soldier Field, Cowboys Stadium and AT&T Stadium, Dallas leads the series 13-11, the Cowboys have outscored Da Bears 507-473 and have won the last two meetings, including taking a 31-17 win in the Lone Star State in 2016, while Chicago’s last win came in the Windy City in 2013 by a final of 45-28.

Dallas is favored by 3 in the Windy City and the over/under’s 42 1/2. Both teams are looking for a spot at the playoff party and there’s a chance they could both get in. Da Bears were close winners Thanksgiving afternoon, while the Cowboys struggled. The struggle continues in the Windy city. Chicago wins at Soldier Field but expect Dallas to make things closer than the 3.

Broadcast Information – 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (field reporter), Kristina Pink (field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Ian Eagle, Tony Boselli; SIRIUS: 81 (Dallas), 83 (Chicago); XM: 225 (Dallas), 226 (Chicago)

Referee: Brad Rodgers

Injury Report

Dallas
OUT: S Jeff Heath (shoulder, shoulder), LB Leighton Vander Esch (neck), DT Antwaun Woods (knee)

Chicago
OUT: TE Ben Braunecker (concussion), WR Taylor Gabriel (concussion), T Bobby Massie (ankle), LB Danny Trevathan (elbow)
DOUBTFUL: CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring)

Weather: Mostly cloudy and 41 degrees

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel