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By The Numbers: Bye Week

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0: Number of punts in the Week 4 Bears-Packers game, only the second game in league history without a punt.

3: Interceptions by Kyle Fuller, which leads all rookies in the NFL.

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Willie Young has tallied 32 tackle and seven sacks in eight games played this season.

5: Touchdown receptions by Martellus Bennett, matching a career-high.

7: Sacks for defensive end Willie Young, a career high.

8: Made field goals for Robbie Gould, in 9 attempts.

45: Yards on Ryan Mundy's interception return in Week 3 versus the Jets, the only defensive touchdown for the Bears this season.

55: First downs made by Kyle Long, second-most in the league.

60: Consecutive starts for Brandon Marshall, the longest active streak in the NFL for wide receivers.

62: Different players who have played for the Bears this season, the most in the NFL.

67.2: Completion percentage for Jay Cutler, the highest of the quarterback's career.

88.5: Percentage of possessions the Bears have scored on when the ball reaches the opponents' red zone, fifth-best in the league.

381: Passing yards for Cutler in Week 6 versus Atlanta, his highest in a Bears uniform.

101: Receptions in 1995 by Cardinals fullback Larry Centers, an NFL record for a running back. Forte is on pace for 116 receptions this season.

1,365: Total punting yards for Bears rookie Pat O'Donnell.

9,148: Air miles flown by the Bears so far this regular season to opposing cities.

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