Numbers can help tell a story in a football game. Here's a look at 10 interesting statistics as the Bears head into Sunday's week two matchup against the Arizona Cardinals at Soldier Field.
3: Passes defensed by Arizona safety Tyron Mathieu in Week 1.
4: Times in Kyle Long's career that he has run for 100 or more yards in the first half, including 105 versus the Packers in Week 1.
8: Years the Bears and Cardinals both played home games at Wrigley Field (1930-1937).
50: Yards on Marquees Wilson's reception in Week 1, the longest play of his career.
58: All-time wins by the Bears over the Cardinals. The Bears have only beaten the Packers and Lions more often than the Cardinals.
64.71: Chicago's third-down efficiency in Week One (11-for-17), the highest average in the NFL.
81: Consecutive starts for Bears safety Antrel Rolle. The last start Rolle missed was in Week 17 of the 2009 season, when he played for Arizona.
122.8: Passer rating for Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer in the team's Week 1 victory over New Orleans.
246: Field goals made in the career of Robbie Gould, the most in Bears history.
915: Career receptions for Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald, which ranks fourth in the NFL among active wide receivers.