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 Sunday's game between the Bears and the Seattle Seahawks.
2: Times the Bears and Seahawks have met in the NFL playoffs. Chicago won both postseason meetings.
4.89: Yards gained per rushing play for the Bears, the highest average in the NFL.
8: Sacks the Seattle offensive line has allowed in two games.
8.50: Yards allowed per pass play by the Seahawks defense.
22: Career regular season wins by Seahawks QB Russell Wilson at home, compared to just two losses.
23: Bears who have played at least one snap on defense this season, tied for the second-most in the NFL.
25: Total rushing touchdowns for Marshawn Lynch in 2013 and 2014. The Seattle running back has zero so far this year.
48: Career receiving yards for Bears wide receiver Josh Bellamy. They all came on one play, a touchdown catch in Week 2.
62.7: Jimmy Clausen's average QB rating in nine career road games.
164: Receptions for Martellus Bennett since joining the Bears in 2013. During that span, only one tight end has more catches - Seattle's Jimmy Graham.