A look at how the Bears and Lions stack up, numerically, heading into their Week 16 contest.
0: Times Matthew Stafford was sacked in Week 15, just the second time this year the Lions quarterback has been kept clean.
1: Win needed by Detroit in its final two games to clinch a playoff spot.
3: Career touchdown passes for Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen.
5: Successful two-point conversions for the Bears this season, in five attempts.
9: Career touchdowns for Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson against the Bears.
11: First downs for the Lions in their Week 15 win, tied for a season-low.
14: Points scored by Chicago in the first quarter of its November 27 game against Detroit, tying a season-high in first-quarter points.
17.0: Points allowed per game by the Lions defense, fewest in the league.
19.5: Yards per reception for Alshon Jeffery in the Week 15 game against the Saints.
25.6: Yard line, on the Bears side of the field, that the average Chicago offensive drive has started this season.
32:06: Average time of possession for the Lions.
36: Total points scored in the fourth quarter of the last two games by the Bears offense.
42: Passing yards for Clausen on the season.
83.8: Rushing yards per game for the Lions, third-fewest in the NFL.
390: Passing yards for Stafford in the Thanksgiving Day win over the Bears.