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 Thursday's game between the Bears and the Green Bay Packers.
0: Penalties for the Bears in Week 11.
5.8: Rushing yards per attempt for Jay Cutler this season, the highest average of his career.
10: Consecutive seasons the Bears and Packers have played at least one prime-time game.
13: Blocked kicks by Julius Peppers during his pro career with Carolina, Chicago and Green Bay.
27: Receptions of 25 or more yards for the Packers this season, tied for the most in the NFL.
34: Most points ever scored by the Bears in a Thanksgiving game (occurred twice, in 1928 and 1932, both vs. the Chicago Cardinals).
102: Receiving yards for Marquess Wilson in Week 11, his first-career game with more than 100 yards.
108.1: Aaron Rodgers' career passer rating against the Bears (16 games).
170: Net rushing yards allowed by the Bears in Week 11, the team's highest total of the season.
1,017: Career rushing yards for Kyle Long against the Packers, on 248 carries in 14 games.