A look at how the Bears and Lions stack up, numerically, heading into their Week 13 contest.
0: Touchdowns by the Lions in their last two games.
1: Career interception returns for a touchdown by Jared Allen, which came on January 2, 2011 at Detroit's Ford Field.
2: Sacks by Bears defensive tackle Stephen Paea in Week 12, his first-career multi-sack game.
3: Players in NFL history with 1,400 yards from scrimmage in each of their first seven seasons (Curtis Martin, LaDainian Tomlinson and Bears running back Kyle Long).
4: Lions wins this season, compared to zero losses, when Detroit wins the opening coin toss.
6: Consecutive games the Bears have been held scoreless in the first quarter.
8: Sacks for Bears defensive end Willie Young this season, after having six sacks total in his four seasons playing for Detroit.
12: Missed field goals by Lions placekickers this season.
57: Receptions by Martellus Bennett this season, third-most in the NFL among tight ends, trailing only New Orleans' Jimmy Graham and New England's Rob Gronkowski.
70.7: Rushing yards per game allowed by the Lions defense, fewest in the league.
72: Receptions by Detroit wide receiver Golden Tate this season, a career high.
74: All-time games played by the Lions on Thanksgiving. The team's record is 34-38-2.
86.9: Career receiving yards per game by Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the highest in NFL history.
96: All-time wins by the Bears against the Lions, the franchise's most against any opponent.
106: Tackles this season for Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy, third-most in the NFL.
317: Passing yards for Jay Cutler on September 29, 2013, when the Bears last visited Ford Field.