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By: Alyssa Barbieri
The Chicago Bears (3-7) will face the Detroit Lions (7-2) on Sunday in Week 11, where Chicago is looking to stack back-to-back wins. But it won’t be easy against one of the top teams in the NFL.
The Bears are coming off an ugly 16-13 win over the Carolina Panthers. Chicago’s defense allowed just six points, totaled three sacks and allowed just 43 rushing yards. Meanwhile, the Bears offense did just enough to squeak by with the victory, including leaning on a dominant run game and rookie Tyson Bagent taking care of the football.
Now, the Bears will face a tall order against one of the NFL’s top teams and division rivals, the Lions. Good news is quarterback Justin Fields is making his way back to the lineup, along with right guard Nate Davis. But will it up enough to keep up with Detroit?
Here’s how the Bears and Lions stack up statistically ahead of Sunday’s matchup:
Stats courtesy of Team Rankings, The Football Database and Stat Muse
Originally Posted On Bears Wire