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By The Numbers: Week 10


A look at how the Bears and Packers stack up, numerically, heading into their Week 10 game.

0: Road games remaining on the Bears' schedule against non-NFC North opponents.

1: Players in NFL history with at least 10 interceptions and 100 sacks. The only person to accomplish that is former Bears and current Packers defensive end Julius Peppers.

2: Games this season the Packers have played where there have been no punts (Week 4 vs. Chicago and Week 8 vs. New Orleans).

3: Interceptions for Lance Briggs in his career versus Green Bay, his most against any opponent. Two of those were returned for touchdowns.

3:47: The longest touchdown drive for Green Bay during the team's Week 4 win at Chicago.

4: Consecutive Bears-Packers games won by the road team.

9: Consecutive seasons that at least one Bears-Packers game has been played in primetime.

10: All-time road wins for the Bears on "Sunday Night Football."

15.8: Yards per reception for Martellus Bennett in Week 8 versus New England, Bennett's highest average of the season.

16: Career sacks for Jared Allen against the Packers, his highest amount against any opponent.

23: Offensive plays of 20 or more yards for the Bears this season.

40: Career regular season wins for Aaron Rodgers at Lambeau Field, in 50 starts.

87.5: Mike McCarthy's winning percentage in games following the Packers' bye.

95.8: Jay Cutler's passer rating this season, the highest of his career.

99: Career games played by Kyle Long.

107: Receiving yards for Brandon Marshall in Chicago's 27-20 win at Lambeau Field last season.

3,240: All-time points scored by the Bears versus Green Bay (Packers have scored 3,180 points in the 189 games).

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