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 the St. Louis Rams.
3: Bears rookies since 1960 with at least 70 rushing yards and 70 receiving yards in a game. Jeremy Langford accomplished that feat in Week 9 (72 rushing, 70 receiving), joining Gale Sayers and Anthony Thomas.
5: Former first-round picks that play on the Rams defensive line.
21.5: Average yards per catch for Martellus Bennett in three career games versus the Rams.
22: Wins and losses all-time for the Bears when they face the Rams as the road team (22-22-1).
25: First downs for the Bears in Week 9, tied for the most in a game this season by the team.
34: All-time wins for the Bears in games following "Monday Night Football" appearances (to 28 losses).
36.8: Percentage of drives by Rams opponents this season inside the red zone that result in touchdowns, the lowest in the NFL.
139: Touchdown passes as a Bear for Jay Cutler, the most in franchise history.
277: Fourth quarter rushing yards for St. Louis's Todd Gurley, the most in the NFL.
414: Receiving yards for Alshon Jeffery over the past three games.