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When was last time Bears allowed 2 100-yard rushers?

Wondering about a player, a past game or another issue involving the Bears? Senior writer Larry Mayer answers a variety of email questions from fans on ChicagoBears.com.

When was the last time the Bears allowed two 100-yard rushers in the same game?

Bob F.
Batavia, Illinois

Sunday night in Philadelphia marked the first time the Bears permitted two 100-yard rushers in the same game since Dec. 12, 1976 when Broncos quarterback Norris Weese (120 yards) and running back Ottis Anderson (116 yards) accomplished the feat in a 28-14 win over the Bears at Soldier Field. The last time the Bears did it was Nov. 10, 1985 when Walter Payton (105 yards) and Matt Suhey (102) both topped the 100-yard mark in a 24-3 victory over the Lions at Soldier Field.

What are Jay Cutler's stats against the Packers?

A Kelman
Ramsey, New Jersey

In eight career starts versus the Packers, Jay Cutler has completed 142 of 257 passes for 1,702 yards with nine touchdowns, 16 interceptions and a 61.5 passer rating.

If the Bears beat the Packers and the Cowboys beat the Eagles on Sunday, who would earn the third and fourth seeds in the NFC playoffs?

Zach W.
Iowa

With a victory over the Packers in Sunday's winner-take-all showdown, the Bears would enter the playoffs as the third seed if the Cowboys beat the Eagles and the fourth seed if the Eagles beat the Cowboys. That's due to the fact that the Bears beat Dallas and lost to Philadelphia this season.

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