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Behind Enemy Lines: A Quick Look at the Chicago Bears

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NASHVILLE – The Titans face the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Nissan Stadium.

Here's a quick look at the Bears:

Record: 5-3.

Last game: Saints 26, Bears 23 (OT).

Points for/against: 20.1/20.8 ppg.

NFL RANKINGS

Offense: 29th overall, 310.6 ypg (31st rushing, 22nd passing).

Defense: 12th overall, 348.5 (16th rushing, 14th passing).

TEAM LEADERS

Head coach: Matt Nagy.

Offense:

QB: Nick Foles (151-of-233, 1,411 yards, 8 TDs, 7 INTs, 80.2 rating).

Top RB: David Montgomery (117 carries, 442 yards, 1 TD).

Top WR: Allen Robinson (50 catches, 631 yards, 3 TDs).

Top TE: Jimmy Graham (29 catches, 247 yards, 4 TDs).

Defense:

Sacks: LB Khalil Mack (6.5).

Leading tackler: LB Roquan Smith (72).

Interceptions: DB Tashaun Gipson (2).

Take/Give: -1 (9/10).

Kicker: Cairo Santos (14-of-16 FGs, 15-of-15 PATs).

Punter: Pat O'Donnell 46.4 (39.6).

Last meeting: November 27, 2016: Titans 27, Bears 21

Of note:

-Bears receiver Cordarelle Patterson played at the University of Tennessee.

-Bears defensive back Buster Skrine played at Tennessee-Chattanooga.

-Bears offensive lineman Alex Bars attended Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville.

-Bears receiver Anthony Miller is a Memphis, Tenn., native and attended the University of Memphis.

Injury Report

OL Rashaad Coward (ankle)

DB Tashaun Gipson Sr. (foot)

TE Jimmy Graham (knee/hamstring)

DT Akeem Hicks (non-injury/resting vet)

DB DeAndre Houston-Carson (forearm/ankle)

DB Eddie Jackson (knee)

DT John Jenkins (ankle)

WR Anthony Miller (toe)

OL Sam Mustipher (knee)

DE Roy Robertson-Harris (shoulder)

LB Danny Trevathan (non-injury/resting vet)

QB Mitchell Trubisky (right shoulder)

OL Cody Whitehair (calf)

Titans HC Mike Vrabel on what stands out about the Bears:

"Excellent defense. They've got a really good front, fast, active linebackers, secondary is aggressive. They've got two rangy safeties. The corners on third down, this is a tough task here on third down, number one in the league. Obviously, offensively, (David) Montgomery has forced 26 missed tackles. This is a strong runner. This is a runner who can stiff arm, can jump cut, catches the ball out of the backfield. (Allen) Robinson is obviously an excellent number one receiver. They've got a lot of faith in (Nick) Foles throwing the football to him from what I've seen on tape, the type of athlete that he is. (Darnell) Mooney has developed into a guy that they can move the ball down the field with. It's always been a huge challenge to be able to – great returner, (Cordarrelle) Patterson. Probably the best returner in the league, one of the best, excellent gunner. We've watched all that stuff and tried to share with them those keys here this morning."

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