POSTED: Monday, December 9, 2013 - 11:10pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 7:08am
Chicago — Growing up in East Texas, Josh McCown's first helmet was a Cowboys helmet.
Monday night in Chicago, the Jacksonville native beat the Cowboys with a career-high four touchdown passes.
McCown added a fifth touchdown rushing.
He became the first Bears quarterback to have five touchdowns in a game since 1949.
McCown led the Bears over the Cowboys, 45-28.
It was the coldest regular-season game in Cowboys history.
The game time temperature at Soldier Field was 8 degrees above zero.
The wind chill was 9 degrees below zero.
With the loss, the Cowboys fall to second place in the NFC East behind Philadelphia.
McCown threw for 348 yards against Dallas. His quarterback rating was 141.9.
The Bears never had to punt in this game.