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By the Numbers: 2015

Posted Jan 6, 2016

Now that the 2015 Chicago Bears season is in the books, a look at 10 key statistics that made a difference for the team.

Matt Forte

Now that the 2015 Chicago Bears season is in the books, a look at 10 key statistics that made a difference for the team.

5: Players with at least 1,200 yards from scrimmage during each of their first eight pro seasons. Matt Forte joined the club this year, alongside Ricky Watters, LaDainian Tomlinson, Barry Sanders and Curtis Martin as the only players to ever do that.

8: Interceptions grabbed by Bears defenders this season, second-fewest in the NFL.

11: Special-teams tackles for Sherrick McManis, which led the team.

15: Different players who caught a pass for the Bears this season, led by Alshon Jeffery's 54 receptions.

16: Unique starting lineups for both the offense and defense this season, as new units on both sides of the ball started each game.

18: Quarterback hits for Pernell McPhee, which led the team.

27.0: Average yards per kickoff return for the Bears, third-highest in the NFL.

33: Made field goals for Robbie Gould this season, the most ever for a Bears kicker in a single season.

92.3: Jay Cutler's passer rating this season, the highest mark of his career.

5,514: Total net yards for the Bears offense in 2015.