By the Numbers: Ravens vs. Bears

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Ravens' record at Soldier Field in team history. It's one of three current NFL cities where the Ravens have never won, along with Minneapolis and Las Vegas.

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Lamar Jackson's record against teams he's facing for the first time, which is the best record by any QB since 1950 (minimum of 20 starts)

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Ravens' record in games this season following at least one practice absence by Jackson that week. Jackson (illness) did not practice Wednesday or Thursday this week.

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Ravens' record in games following a loss during the Head Coach John Harbaugh era, marking the league's third-best such winning percentage (.645). Baltimore has not lost back-to-back games yet this season.

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The Ravens have won 12 straight games against NFC opponents, the longest active interconference streak in the NFL (ahead of Kansas City's 10).

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First-down receptions for Rashod Bateman so far this season, the most by a Ravens rookie through the first four games of his career. Bateman's 18 catches tied Marquise "Hollywood" Brown for most receptions in a Ravens' first four games.

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Percentage of Ravens opponents' drives that have resulted in a punt, tied for the highest mark in the league

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Percentage of defensive snaps in which the Bears have blitzed this season, a drop from last year and significantly lower rate than the Dolphins blitzed the Ravens last Thursday

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Bears quarterback Justin Fields' passing yards in his last game, against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which was the most of his rookie season

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Ravens' offensive yards per game (No. 2 in the NFL) vs. Bears' offensive yards per game (No. 31). Baltimore is No. 1 in rushing offense while the Bears are No. 32 in passing offense.

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