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By The Numbers: Week 12


A look at how the Bears and Buccaneers stack up, numerically, heading into their Week 12 contest.

3: Interceptions returned for touchdowns this season by Tampa Bay, tied for the league lead.

7.7: Yards gained per pass play for Chicago in Week 11, the highest in a game this season for the Bears.

8: Sacks for Bears defensive end Willie Young, third in the NFC.

13: Points allowed by the Bears last week, tied for the fewest in the Marc Trestman era.

20: Wins for the Bears against the Buccaneers all-time at Soldier Field, versus just six losses.

21: Touchdown passes for Jay Cutler this season.

25: Years the Bears and Buccaneers both played in the NFC Central (1977-2001).

31: Defensive players used by the Buccaneers this season, the most in the NFL.

39.9: Net average yards per punt for Tampa Bay's Michael Koenen, the lowest in the NFL.

62.3: Lovie Smith's career winning percentage at Soldier Field (48-29).

109.0: Quarterback rating for Josh McCown in 2013 with the Bears, the highest single-season rating in franchise history.

145: Rushing yards for Kyle Long on Oct. 23, 2011 when the Bears defeated the Buccaneers in London.

209: Receiving yards for Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans in Week 11, the second-highest total in NFL history for a rookie.

224: First downs this season for the Bears, which ranks second in the NFC.

266.1: Receiving yards per game allowed by the Buccaneers, third-most in the NFL.

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