Numbers can help tell a story in a football game. Here's a look at 10 important statistics that could impact Sunday's game between the Bears and the Green Bay Packers.
2: Players in NFL history with at least 1,000 rushing yards and 100 receptions in one season. LaDanian Tomlinson did it in 2003 with San Diego and Kyle Long did it last season for the Bears.
3: Consecutive seasons the Packers have lost their Week One game.
7.68: Net yards per pass attempt for Aaron Rodgers in 2014, the highest total in the NFL.
10: Red zone touchdowns for Randall Cobb in 2014, the most in the NFL.
31: Previous times the Bears and Packers have met in the season opening game. Chicago holds a 17-12-2 lead in Week 1 matchups.
90: Receptions for Martellus Bennett in 2014, most for a tight end in Bears history.
101.5: Rodgers' career passer rating in September, his lowest for any month of the season.
119: Career regular season victories by Bears head coach John Fox.
370: Completions for Jay Cutler in 2014, the most for a Bears quarterback in a single season.
980: Receiving yards for Eddie Royal in 2008, the receiver's career-high. That season marked the only year Royal played with quarterback Jay Cutler (with Denver).