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By the Numbers: 2016 Schedule


0: Road wins the Eagles recorded over the Bears during the first 63 seasons of their series. The Bears were 15-0 at home versus Philadelphia from 1933-95, but they're just 2-5 since. The Bears will host the Eagles in their home opener on Monday Night Football Sept. 19.

1: Teams that reached the 2015 divisional playoffs that the Bears will play this season (Packers). They faced five of the eight last year (Packers, Broncos, Chiefs, Cardinals, Seahawks).

3: Passes the Bears intercepted against the Colts' Andrew Luck in his NFL debut in the 2012 season opener at Soldier Field. Luck passed for 309 yards in the game, but lost 41-21. The Bears will face Luck a second time Oct. 9 in Indianapolis.

4: Prime-time games the Bears have this season. A maximum of two more may be flexed as well. The Bears played two prime-time games last year, beating the Chargers 22-19 on Monday Night Football and the Packers 17-13 on Thanksgiving.

5: Touchdown passes that Jay Cutler has thrown in two career games in the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium (with no interceptions). The Bears won those contests 27-20 in 2010 and 34-18 in 2012.

24: Years since the Bears played two road games in Texas as they do this season. In 1992, the Bears lost to the Houston Oilers 24-7 and Dallas Cowboys 27-14.

28: Points the Bears scored in the first quarter of their last game against the Titans, a team record. The Bears generated touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams in the opening period en route to a 51-20 win on Nov. 4, 2012 in Tennessee.

38: Points the Bears scored in the second half of their last meeting with the Jaguars, turning a 3-3 halftime deadlock into a 41-3 victory on Oct. 7, 2012 in Jacksonville.

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