A look at some of the key stats that reflected who the 2016 Bears were and what changes may be in store before next season kicks off.
Running back Jordan Howard needs 61 yards to become Chicago's single-season rookie rushing leader while wideouts Alshon Jeffery and Cameron Meredith look to continue hot trends against the Vikings.
The Bears offense will look to continue its fourth quarter scoring momentum, while the Chicago defense looks to stop Washington QB Kirk Cousins.
The improved Chicago pass rush will try to slow down Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who has thrived in past games at Soldier Field.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been mostly mistake-free this season, but he faces a challenge versus an opportunistic Bears defense on Sunday.
Jordan Howard looks to remain hot versus the NFL's worst run defense, while the 49ers look to end a historic losing streak.
The Bears defense will look to slow down Tennessee's powerful run game while the Chicago offense tries to involve more tight ends.
A pair of Bears rookies are heating up heading into the Big Apple, while the Giants are looking to improve their poor turnover differential.
The Bears look to continue their success versus Tampa Bay, with John Fox's post-bye record a sign for encouragement.
As the Bears take the weekend off, a look at some of the team's strengths and weaknesses through eight games via stats.
Alshon Jeffery looks for another big performance versus the Vikings, but he'll face a defense that doesn't allow many yards.
The Bears and Packers once again meet in primetime, with both teams' quarterbacks hoping to maintain positive momentum.
Numbers can help tell a story in a football game. Here's a look at 10 important or interesting statistics that could play a role in Sunday's game between the Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jerrell Freeman faces his former team and Jordan Howard looks to continue the hot start to his career, while his Colts counterpart goes for a new spot in the record books.
The Bears take on the team they have beat more than any other, but must stop the league's leading receiver.