Where Bears team, players rank in the NFL

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Take a look at where the Bears stack up both as a team and individually in the NFL rankings heading into their game against the Bills on Sunday.

Offense

Top of the league
According to the newest Aikman Combined Ratings compiled by Sports Radar, the Bears rank first in the league with an 167.8 combined score. The ranking has the Bears at 10th offensively (89.7) and first defensively (78.1)

Points please
The Bears rank ninth in the league in average points per game, averaging 27.7 points per contest this year. In its last four games, Chicago has scored 131 points, the most in a four-game stretch since scoring 147 in Weeks 2-5 of the 1989 season.

Possession priority
The Bears rank third in the league in average regulation possession time (32:12).

Mount Rush-more
The Bears rank sixth in the league in net rushing yards per game, averaging 137.6. The Bears tallied up 179 rushing yards against the Jets on Sunday.

Gimme six
The Bears are tied for fifth in the league in touchdowns per game over their past three contests, averaging 3.7 during that span.

Turning D into O
Chicago ranks second in the league with 65 points off of takeaways.

Defense

Sack 'em up
The Bears rank ninth in the NFL in average sacks per game (2.9), and their 20 total sacks is tied for 16th overall. The Bills are averaging 2.6 sacks per game.

Got the force
The Bears' 12 forced fumbles rank third most in the league. Buffalo is at the top of the list with 14 forced fumbles this year.

Take out, please
Chicago is second in the NFL with 17 takeaways and third in the NFL with a +7 turnover margin.

Don't rush
The Bears rank third in the NFL in fewest rushing yards allowed per game, giving up an average of just 83.1. Chicago limited the Jets to just 57 yards on the ground last week.

Pick 'em off
The Bears are tied for second in the league with 11 interceptions. This past week was the first game this year they didn't get a takeaway through the air.

The low down
The Bears rank first in the NFL in fewest first downs allowed per game (16.9) and fewest total allowed this year (118).

Don't pass go
The Bears are the only team in the NFL that has not allowed a rushing touchdown.

Red light in red zone
Chicago has allowed just 15 opponent drives into the red zone this season, the fewest in the NFL.

Individuals

QB with Wheels
Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky ranks second in the NFL among quarterbacks with 296 rushing yards this season. He rushed for 51 yards against the Jets on Sunday.

Catchin' Cohen
Running back Tarik Cohen leads all NFL running backs with five catches of at least 25 yards. Cohen tacked on a 70-yard touchdown catch on Sunday. He also ranks second in the league among backs with 398 receiving yards.

Trey it again
Tight end Trey Burton is second in the NFL among tight ends with four touchdown receptions this year. His four TD catches leads the Bears.

Fuller up
Cornerback Kyle Fuller's three interceptions is tied for second most in the league. His late interception against the Patriots two weeks ago was his 10th career pick.

Kick 'em with your best shot
Kicker Cody Parkey is a perfect 23-23 on extra point attempts this year and tied for 18th in the league in total points scored with 56.

Mack Attack
Linebacker Khalil Mack is tied for first in the league with four forced fumbles and is tied for 19th in the NFL with five sacks. He recorded both a sack and a forced fumble in the first four games this year, the first player to do so in four straight games since Robert Mathis in 2005.

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