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By the Numbers: Week 4


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 Oakland Raiders.

4: Players currently on NFL rosters with more than 8,000 career rushing yards. Bears running back Kyle Long needs just 20 more yards to become the fifth.

6: Field goals for Oakland placekicker Sebastian Janikowski on Nov. 27, 2011, the last time the Bears faced the Raiders.

13: Different Raiders players who have at least one reception this season.

22: Pass plays the Bears have called on first-and-10 this season, the fewest in the league.

23: Conversion percentage for the Bears on third down in Week 3 (3-of-13).

80: John Fox's career winning percentage against the Raiders, in 10 games coached against them.

115.9: Passer rating for Raiders quarterback Derek Carr in the team's Week 3 victory over Cleveland.

162.3: Passing yards per game for the Bears, second-lowest in the NFL.

194: Consecutive games the Bears had gone without being shut out until the 26-0 loss to Seattle in Week 3.

414.7: Yards per game allowed by the Raiders defense this season, most in the league.

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