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Really? Surprising Bears stats following Week 10

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Following Sunday's win against the Lions, here are some noteworthy facts, figures and stats about the game and the season to this point.

Offense

-WR Allen Robinson II caught six passes for 133 yards with a pair of touchdowns on Sunday, the ninth 100-yard outing in his career and his fifth-highest single-game performance. His last 100-yard game came against the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 24, 2016. It also was the fifth multi-touchdown performance of his career. 

-Robinson totaled 98 yards in the first quarter alone on Sunday, the most first-quarter receiving yards by a Bear since Marcus Robinson's 119 vs. Minnesota (11/14/99).

-WR Anthony Miller totaled five catches for a season-high 122 receiving yards on Sunday. It marked the second time this season in which the Bears had two players record 100+ receiving yards in the same game. 

-QB Mitchell Trubisky completed 23-of-30 passes for 355 yards on Sunday vs. Detroit, his fourth outing this season with 300+ passing yards and the fifth of his career.

-Trubisky's four 300+ yard passing performances this season is tied for the most by a Bears QB in a single season (Hoyer, 2016; Cutler 2014; Billy Wade 1962). Trubisky's next 300+ passing game will set a new Bears record.

-Trubisky ranks second in the NFL among QBs with 320 rushing yards, trailing Carolina's Cam Newton (352).

-Trubisky has 19 touchdown passes on the season, which is the second most by a Bears QB through the first 10 weeks of the season (Erik Kramer, 21, 1995).

-Over the last six games, Trubisky has totaled 1,969 yards of total offense and has accounted for 19 TDs. He has passed for 1,713 yards, 17 TDs and 4 INT for a 114.8 rating and has rushed for 256 yards on 27 carries and two TDs.

-RB Tarik Cohen has 683 all-purpose yards over the past six games. He has 30 catches for 387 yards and 3 TDs and 42 rushes for 158 yards and 2 TDs to go along with 138 punt return yards.

-Cohen ranks second in the NFL with 265 punt return yards, trailing the Jets' Andre Roberts (285).

-Cohen ranks fifth among NFL running backs with 435 receiving yards.

-Cohen leads all NFL running backs with five catches of at least 25 yards.

-The Bears are No. 5 in the NFL in scoring at 29.9 ppg.

-Since Week 4, the Bears are averaging 34.3 ppg, second most in the NFL (Saints 37.7).

-The 206 total points scored by the Bears the past six games are the most since scoring 237 in 1956. ­­

-The Bears have outscored their opponents by a +88 margin the past six games.

Defense

-DB Bryce Callahan is one of four Bears cornerbacks to log multiple sacks in a single season (since 1982), joining Ricky Manning Jr. (2006), Jerry Azumah (2001) and Donnell Woolford (1990). Callahan added an interception to his stat line midway through the second quarter (10:00), picking of Matthew Stafford and returning it 12 yards.

-LB Roquan Smith led Chicago's defense in tackles on Sunday with 10, marking his third time leading the Bears in tackles this season and his third double-digit tackling performance on the season.

-LB Khalil Mack recorded his second multi-sack game of the season and the 11th of his career with 2.0 sacks on Matthew Stafford.

-Mack has 43.5 sacks since the start of the 2015 season, tied for the second most with Denver's Von Miller and trailing only Arizona's Chandler Jones (49.0) during that span.

-Mack leads the Bears with 7.0 sacks on the season and is tied for the NFL lead with four forced fumbles.

-The Bears are 6-0 this season when holding opponents under 24 points.

Defensively, the Bears are:

  • No. 1 in the NFL with +13 TO margin
  • No. 1 in the NFL with 16 interceptions
  • No. 1 in the NFL with 89 points off takeaways
  • No. 1 in the NFL in fewest plays allowed of 10+ yards
  • No. 2 in the NFL with 24 total takeaways
  • No. 2 in the NFL with 14 forced fumbles
  • No. 2 in the NFL with 84.0 rush yards allowed per game
  • No. 4 in the NFL with 19.4 ppg allowed
  • No. 4 in the NFL with 319.6 ypg allowed
  • No. 5 in the NFL with 30 QB sacks

-Chicago has forced multiple turnovers in eight of its nine games this season.

-Chicago has only allowed 19 opponent drives into the red zone this season, the fewest in the NFL.

-Chicago is third in the NFL in opponent 3 & out percentage (.267) and tied for second in fewest first downs allowed (164).

-Chicago has 10 different players with an interception this season (Fuller/4, Amukamara/2, Callahan/2, Jackson/2, Mack, Lynch, Floyd, Trevathan, Amos and McManis).

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