Check out some of the notable stats and numbers from the Bears' 28-13 victory over the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field:
Touchdowns by DJ Moore this season, a career-high
With two scores against Detroit, Moore surpassed his previous career high of six touchdowns in a single season. His two scores came on a 16-yard rushing TD on the Bears' opening drive – his first career rushing touchdown – and his 38-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter.
game with multiple takeaways by Bears defense
Thanks to a pair of interceptions and a fumble recovery, the Bears defense recorded its sixth game this season and third contest in a row with two or more takeaways.
Career rushing yards for Fields
Fields became the second-fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach 2,000 rushing yards and 5,000 passing yards in his career after he recorded 58 yards on the ground Sunday.
Fields reached the milestone in just 36 games, behind only Ravens QB Lamar Jackson, who accomplished the feat in 33 games.
Second-half points allowed by Bears defense
The Lions held a 13-10 lead at halftime, but the Bears defense stifled the NFC North leaders in the final two quarters.
The Bears limited Detroit to 76 yards of offense in the second half and didn't allow a first down until less than nine minutes left in the game.
Consecutive game with at least one total sack for Montez Sweat
The Bears' star pass rusher put the pressure on Lions QB Jared Goff, recording a pair of half-sacks and four quarterback hits.
Sweat has now reached 10.0 sacks on the season, marking a new career high for the fifth-year pro. Sweat recorded 6.5 sacks with the Commanders this season and now has 3.5 as a Bear. It is the first time he has recorded double-digit sacks in a season.
Receiving yards for Cole Kmet this season
Catching 5 passes for 66 yards, Kmet surpassed 500 receiving yards, marking the third consecutive season he's reached that mark.
With his performance Sunday, the fourth-year pro has recorded 199 receptions as a Bear, passing Greg Olsen for 5th all-time in receptions among tight ends in franchise history. The Notre Dame product is now one reception away from tying Emery Moorehead for 4th all-time.
Interception by Jaylon Johnson this season
For the first time in his career, Johnson has recorded interceptions in back-to-back weeks, thanks to his second-quarter interception of Jared Goff.
Time the Bears defense allowed 100+ rushing yards this season
While the Bears defense limited Detroit's offensive production in the second half, they allowed 106 first-half rushing yards and 140 in the game. It's only the fourth time this season the unit has allowed 100 or more rushing yards, with two of those games being against the Lions.
Lions running back Jahmyr Gibbs led the attack with 11 yards on 66 carries and a touchdown.
Punt return by Trent Taylor
Taylor recorded the Bears' longest punt return of the season in the third quarter.
The veteran receiver had two strong returns, taking the second Lions' punt of the day 15 yards to the Chicago 28. That drive resulted in a game-tying field goal.
Tackles by Jaquan Brisker
Brisker was all over the field Sunday, recording the most tackles in a game by a Bears safety in franchise history and the sixth-most by a safety in NFL history. The 17 tackles are also most by any Bear in the last two seasons.