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.
0: Sacks allowed by the Chicago offensive line in Week 5.
5: Total sacks for Willie Young in Chicago's last four games versus AFC opponents.
5.8: Yards per carry for rookie running back Jordan Howard, tied for the league lead among qualified runners.
13.5: Yards down the field on the average reception by Alshon Jeffery this season. (Jeffery then averages 4.4 yards gained after catch, giving him 17.9 yards per reception average)
17: Touchdown receptions for Jacksonville wide receiver Allen Robinson since the start of the 2015 season, most in the NFL.
24: Points the Jaguars lost by in their only road game this season. They lost by a combined six points in two defeats in Jacksonville, and won in Week 4 in London.
28.3: Percentage of third-down conversions the Jaguars have successfully made this season, the lowest in the NFL.
78: Pass plays on first-and-10 run by the Bears this season, the most in the NFL. Of those, 31 have gone for first downs, also tops in the league.
108.5: Passer rating for Brian Hoyer this season, the third-highest among NFC quarterbacks.
130: Receiving yards for Cameron Meredith in Week 5, a career-high for the Bears wide receiver.