Chicago Bears (5-4) Meet Baltimore Ravens (4-5)

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The Chicago Bears play the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field this week. CBS will broadcast the game at 1:00 PM ET. Chicago goes in with a 5-4 overall record and 3-2 home record on the season. Baltimore sports a 4-5 overall record and 1-4 away record.

The Bears are coming off a narrow 21-19 defeat against the Lions, a game in which Brandon Marshall played exceptionally well, hauling in seven passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. Jay Cutler also contributed by going 21 for 40 for 250 yards while finding the end zone once and throwing one pick. The Ravens are coming off a narrow 20-17 win over the Bengals. James Ihedigbo racked up nine tackles and two interceptions. Another strong showing came from Elvis Dumervil, with three sacks and three tackles.


Ravens Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

C+

79.5

J. Flacco

204

346

2,307

12

11


Bears Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

B+

88.2

J. Cutler

167

265

1,908

13

8

A

95.7

J. McCown

42

70

538

4

0


Ravens Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

C

74.9

R. Rice

RB

115

289

2.5

3

D+

67.9

B. Pierce

RB

93

261

2.8

2

C+

79.5

J. Flacco

QB

13

68

5.2

0


Bears Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A+

97.2

M. Forte

RB

157

691

4.4

7

A

93.7

A. Jeffery

WR

9

94

10.4

0

B+

88.2

J. Cutler

QB

18

92

5.1

0


Ravens Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A

92.6

T. Smith

WR

41

753

18.4

2

B

82.2

M. Brown

WR

27

307

11.4

5

B

82.6

D. Clark

TE

25

280

11.2

3


Bears Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A+

100+

B. Marshall

WR

60

786

13.1

8

A

93.7

A. Jeffery

WR

47

735

15.6

3

A-

90.8

M. Bennett

TE

40

421

10.5

4


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