A look at how the Bears and Cowboys stack up, numerically, heading into their Week 14 contest.
0: Career field goal attempts by Jay Feely at Soldier Field. The kicker - signed by the Bears on Wednesday - is 329-for-398 (82.7 percent) in his career, but has never played in Chicago.
2: Career two-touchdown games for Alshon Jeffery, who found the end zone twice last week against Detroit.
3: Consecutive wins by the Bears against Dallas, tied for their longest win streak in the series' history.
5: Sacks for Henry Melton this season, which leads the Cowboys. Melton played for the Bears from 2010-2013.
6.38: Average yards gained on first down by the Cowboys, the most in the NFL.
8: Offensive drives for the Bears on December 9, 2013, when they played the Cowboys. All eight ended with points scored for Chicago, which won the game 45-28.
10: Receiving touchdowns for Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, tied for third-most in the league.
38: Consecutive Cowboys games Tony Romo had thrown a touchdown pass in before the team's 33-10 loss to Philadelphia on Thanksgiving.
46.2: Third down conversion rate for opponents against the Dallas defense, third-highest in the NFL.
66.3: Romo's completion percentage on third down.
109: Receiving yards for Martellus Bennett in Week 13 versus Detroit, his second game this season (and in his career) going into triple-digits.
138.2: Jay Cutler's career passer rating in two games against Dallas.
145.3: Rushing yards per game by the Cowboys, third-most in the NFL.
435: Points scored by the Cowboys in 22 regular season games versus the Bears. Chicago is trailing by a touchdown, with 428 points against Dallas.
1,770: Yards from scrimmage for Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray, most in the NFL. Bears running back Kyle Long is third in the league, with 1,478 yards.