Numbers can help tell a story in a football season. Here's a look at 10 important or interesting statistics that have played a role in the Bears season thus far as the team enters its bye week.
2: Rushing touchdowns for rookie running back Jeremy Langford.
10: Quarterback hits for outside linebacker Pernell McPhee.
15: Field goals Robbie Gould has made, in 15 attempts.
32.3: Opponents' average yardage on kickoff returns against Chicago, the most in the league.
43.68: Third down conversion percentage for the Bears this season, which ranks as the seventh-best in the NFL.
50: Yards on Marquess Wilson's Week 1 reception, the longest play from scrimmage for Chicago so far this season.
53: Years since the Bears won consecutive games in the final minute of the fourth quarter. The Bears won in Weeks 4 and 5 in the game's final seconds, the first time the franchise had done that since 1962.
62: Players used by the Bears through the first six weeks of the season, most in the NFL.
82: Running plays the Bears have called on first-and-10 this season, compared to 63 passes and four scrambles (pass plays that turned into runs).
118: Total first downs for the Bears, compared to 117 gained by opponents.