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By the Numbers: Bears' Week 7 win over Raiders

Bears running back D'Onta Foreman
Bears running back D'Onta Foreman

Check out some of the notable stats and numbers from the Bears' 30-12 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders at Soldier Field:


Touchdowns by running back D'Onta Foreman

For the second time in his career, Foreman found the end zone three times – courtesy of 2-yard and 3-yard rushing TDs and a 5-yard reception from quarterback Tyson Bagent. Foreman scored three times in a game as a member of the Panthers when Carolina played Atlanta last Oct. 30.

According to ESPN Stats and Info, Foreman is also the first Bears running back to score three TDs in a game since Jordan Howard, who did so on Dec. 4, 2016, against San Francisco.

The veteran also became the fifth Bears player in the past 60 seasons to have two rushing touchdowns and a receiving touchdown in a game, joining Walter Payton, Gale Sayers, Matt Forte and Neal Anderson.


Rushing yards by Foreman

Foreman recorded his most rushing yards in game this season while carrying the ball 16 times in the Bears' win.

For the second week in a row, the six-year pro fueled the rushing attack, as the offense totaled 173 yards on the ground. Sunday marks the fourth consecutive game where the Bears have rushed for 160+ yards.

Fellow running back Darrynton Evans also posted a strong performance, rushing for 48 yards on 14 carries.


Pick-six by cornerback Jaylon Johnson

The four-year veteran sealed the win with his first career pick-six, intercepting a pass by Raiders quarterback Brian Hoyer at the Las Vegas 39 and taking it to end zone.

Johnson's takeaway marked the first defensive score for the Bears this season. He grabbed a second interception on the Raiders' next possession, marking his first career game with multiple takeaways.


Points allowed by Bears defense

The unit posted its strongest outing of the season, allowing a season-low 12 points Sunday. Las Vegas reached the red zone just twice, with its only successful trip coming late in the fourth quarter with the game already out of reach.

The defense also had another efficient game in terms of third downs, allowing the Raiders to convert just twice on nine attempts.


Tyson Bagent's passer rating

In his first NFL start, the undrafted rookie produced an efficient outing, recording a 97.2 passer rating while completing 21 of his 29 pass attempts for 162 yards.

Bagent had the one touchdown pass to Foreman along with no turnovers.


Consecutive games with takeaways by linebacker Tremaine Edmunds

Edmunds registered the Bears' first takeaway, lunging to intercept a pass that went through Raiders running back Josh Jacobs' hands in the second quarter. Edmunds' first interception as a Bear led to the team's second score of the day.

Last week against the Vikings, Edmunds recovered a fumble that was forced by linebacker T.J. Edwards. Sunday marks the first time in Edmunds career that he's had takeaways in back-to-back games.


Made field goal by kicker Cairo Santos

A week after hitting a 53-yard field goal, Santos set a new season-high by connecting on a 54-yarder in the fourth quarter. Santos has made one other 54-yard FG in his career, doing so on Sept, 18, 2016, when he played for the Chiefs.

The veteran kicker is now 11-of-11 on FG attempts this season, including 3-of-3 from 50+ yards.


Passes defensed by cornerback Tyrique Stevenson

The rookie out of Miami broke up a career-high three passes against Las Vegas, all against six-time Pro Bowl receiver Davante Adams.

Stevenson's first pass breakup came on the Raiders' first third down of the game and forced a punt.

The 2023 second-round pick has now recorded at least one pass breakup in three consecutive games.


Career receptions for DJ Moore

With eight catches Sunday, Moore now sits at 404 career receptions.

While the majority of Moore's career production came from his five seasons in Carolina, the veteran has caught 40 passes in seven games with the Bears this season.

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