Packers-Bears: Just the facts

Interesting numbers to note for both teams, individuals

GREEN BAY PACKERS
-- A Green Bay win would match the franchise record for wins in one season. By winning their final two games, the Packers can establish a new franchise record for victories (14) in the regular season.

-- Green Bay has won 12 of the last 14 games played against the Bears in Chicago.

-- The last time the Bears swept the Packers was in 2005.

-- Mike McCarthy is 8-2 in NFC North games since taking over Green Bay and has yet to lose on the road in the division (5-0).

-- The Packers have won 8 of their last 9 division games. Last season, the Packers finished tied for the NFL's best division record at 5-1, losing only to Chicago in the season opener.

-- Brett Favre's 12 wins at Soldier Field are twice as many as the next closest road venue (six wins at the Metrodome).

-- Favre is 22-9 against the Bears.

-- Favre has not been sacked on his last 134 pass plays, 19 shy of the longest streak of his career. He went 153 consecutive dropbacks without taking a sack during the 2004 season.

-- Kicker Mason Crosby scored 15 points against the St. Louis Rams, and leads all NFL players with 130 points. He can become only the seventh rookie in NFL history to lead the league in scoring and first since Chicago's Kevin Butler (144 points) in 1985.

-- Running back Ryan Grant has rushed for 772 yards since Week 8, second in the NFL to LaDainian Tomlinson (784 yards).

-- Green Bay's 89 points scored off turnovers is eighth most in the NFL. Green Bay's defense has only allowed 47 points off turnovers, tied for ninth best in the league.

CHICAGO BEARS
-- Devin Hester has 10 career kick returns for touchdowns in 30 overall games, fourth all-time in the NFL record books.

-- Tight ends Desmond Clark and Greg Olsen rank third and fifth respectively on the team in catches this season. Clark has 42 catches for 532 yards, and Olsen 36 for 364 yards.

-- Quarterback Kyle Orton's last start against Green Bay was just over two years ago, when he completed six of 17 passes for 68 yards, one interception and a passer rating of 23.7 while being sacked three times.

-- Since joining the team in 2005 as an unrestricted free agent, wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad leads the Bears in receptions (161), receiving yards (2,154) and TDs (12).

-- Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher had two sacks in the Bears' Monday night loss to Minnesota. Urlacher has 37.5 sacks for his career, most for a Bears LB since the stat started being officially recorded in 1982.

-- In the last six games, the Bears have scored 33 points off 15 takeaways. During the 2006 season, the Bears led the NFL with 144 points off 44 takeaways.

-- The Bears defense has had at least one sack in each game this season and in 19 straight games dating back to last season.


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