285.9 — Jay Cutler and Josh McCown, together, have thrown for 3,717 passing yards this season for an average of 285.9 per game. That’s on pace to set a Bears franchise record for the most passing yards per game.
65 — Through 13 games, the Bears’ Mack Forte is tied for first in the league for receptions by a running back with 65, along with the San Diego Chargers’ Danny Woodhead. Forte’s receiving yards (518) as a running back are second to Woodhead’s 534.
193.5 — No defensive player has gotten to running backs behind the line of scrimmage on a more consistent basis than Bears linebacker Lance Briggs. Since 2003, Briggs has 193.5 “stuffs,” or tackles of a rusher for negative yards, according to STATS LLC. The next closest to Briggs is the Baltimore Ravens’ Terrell Suggs, with 145.
12 — Since the beginning of last season, the Bears have returned 12 interceptions for touchdowns, tops in the league. The Washington Redskins are second with seven. The Bears have returned four interceptions for touchdowns this season.
19 — Bears return man Devin Hester is tied with Deion Sanders for the most total returns for a touchdown in a career, not including the playoffs. Hester has returned 13 punts, five kickoffs and one missed field goal for a touchdown in his career.