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 Monday night's game between the Bears and the Philadelphia Eagles.
0.5: Sacks for linebacker Leonard Floyd in the season opener, making him the sixth rookie in Bears history to record a sack in Week 1.
1: Victories by opposing rookie quarterbacks at Soldier Field since 2001 (Seattle's Russell Wilson in 2012) in 10 starts against Chicago.
5: Different Bears receivers who caught passes from Jay Cutler in Week 1.
11: Wins for the Bears on Monday Night Football since 2008, compared to only three losses.
26.3: Yards per reception for Alshon Jeffery in the season opener versus Houston.
34: Games since a safety has been recorded against the Bears. The last time an opponent scored a two-pointer was on December 23, 2013, against Philadelphia.
39:20: Time of possession for the Eagles in Week 1, the most in the NFL.
60: Third-down conversion percentage against the Chicago defense in the season opener.
61: Winning percentage by the Eagles on the road since 2000, the best among NFC teams.