perhaps youthful name Dallas linebacker Micah Parsons was taking a cue from his leader.

Parsons got up and rolled into the end zone on a bobble return for his first NFL touchdown after Chicago quarterback Justin Fields failed to touch him and the cowhands beat the Bears 49- 29 on Sunday.

"I was ready to celebrate with the platoon and I allowed I was down," the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year said." And everybody's like,' Go, go, go,' and I went, went, went."

Prescott threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score, and Tony Pollard rushed for 131 yards and a career-stylish three touchdowns with Ezekiel Elliott sidelined with a right knee injury.

Fields rallied the Bears( 3- 5) within five after running 28- 7, but they had formerly turned the instigation around when the alternate-time pro jumped on Chicago Vidya's mistake.

David Montgomery fumbled in the open field after a catch in the third quarter and Parsons fell on a loose ball. rather than touching Parsons down, Fields jumped over him.

Parsons got up, took off at the" go" signal, stumbled toward the thing line, and rolled into the end zone on a 36- yard return.

The officers did not indeed stop the game for a review. "You are always going to have ups and campo in your game," Fields said while admitting he should have just touched Parsons." You just have to keep fighting."

The cowhands( 6- 2) scored touchdowns on their first four effects for the first time since 2014, two times before Prescott and Elliott led the platoon to the top seed in the NFC as dynamic apprentices. Prescott opened the scoring with a 7- yard run on a nifty play design by obnoxious fellow Kellen Moore. Two of Prescott's TD passes, including one to CD Lamb, came on either side of Pollard's first score.