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By the Numbers: Week 5


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 Kansas City Chiefs.

6.08: Yards per play allowed by the Chiefs defense this season, fifth-most in the NFL.

9: Tackles for Pernell McPhee in Week 4. The Chicago linebacker also had an interception in the win.

9: Career wins for John Fox over Kansas City, compared to just one loss.

11: Passing touchdowns allowed by the Chiefs this season.

12: Seasons since the Bears have played at Arrowhead Stadium (Last game was Dec. 28, 2003).

21: Points scored by Chiefs placekicker Cairo Santos in Week 4, on seven field goals.

42: Career rushing touchdowns for both Chicago's Kyle Long and Kansas City's Jamaal Charles. Both have played for their current team since being drafted in 2008.

76.92: Completion percentage for Jay Cutler on third downs this season (20-for-26).

189.8: Passing yards per game allowed by the Bears, fourth-fewest in the NFL.

8,071: Career rushing yards for Matt Forte, who eclipsed the 8,000-yard mark in Week 4's win over Oakland.

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