Titans/Bears game notes

• Sunday's victory gave the Titans an NFL-leading 12 consecutive regular season victories dating back to last season, setting a new franchise record.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans six consecutive regular season road wins, setting a new franchise record.
 
• The Titans recorded their ninth consecutive game with an even or positive turnover ratio.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans a 9-0 record for the first time in franchise history.
 
• Sunday's victory assured the Titans of a winning record (above .500) for the second consecutive season and the sixth season under Jeff Fisher.
 
• Sunday's victory assured the Titans of a .500 or better road record in 11 of 14 full seasons under Jeff Fisher.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans an all-time record of 5-5 against the Bears.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans their first win over the Bears since Dec. 7, 1992.
 
• Sunday's victory improved Jeff Fisher's career record as head coach (1995-08) to 129-104.
 
• Sunday's victory improved Kerry Collins' regular season record as a starting quarterback to 75-82.
 
• Chris Hope intercepted his fourth pass of the season when he picked off Rex Grossman in the first quarter. It marked Hope's fourth interception in the last three games. It was the 15th interception of Hope's career.

• Kerry Collins tossed 4th touchdown of the season and the 178th of his career when he connected with Bo Scaife on a 10-yard TD strike, pulling the Titans into a 7-7 tie in the second quarter. • Bo Scaife caught his 2nd touchdown of the season and the 7th of his career on a 10-yard pass from Kerry Collins, pulling the Titans into a 7-7 tie in the second quarter.
 
• Kerry Collins tossed 5th touchdown of the season and the 179th of his career when he connected with Justin Gage on a 12-yard scoring pass, extending Tennessee's lead to 14-7 in the third quarter.
 
• Justin Gage scored his 2nd touchdown of the season and the 8th of his career when he hauled in a 12-yard pass from Kerry Collins, giving Tennessee a 14-7 lead in the third quarter.
 
• When Ahmard Hall fumbled at the 1-yard line in the first quarter, it marked Tennessee's first turnover in 16 quarters.

• Jeff Fisher, a former defensive back for the Bears, made his second regular season appearance in Chicago as a head coach and first since 1995.

• Sunday's game featured the top two rookie rushers in the NFL, Tennessee's Chris Johnson (723 yards) and Chicago's Matt Forte (713). • LB Keith Bulluck started his 106th consecutive game, the longest active streak of any Titans player.
 
• Lavelle Hawkins caught a career-long 19-yard pass in the second quarter.
 
• Brandon Jones established a career high in receptions (8), breaking his previous high of five catches (happened five times).
 
• Bo Scaife established a career high in receptions (10) , breaking his previous high of seven (happened twice).
 
• The Titans had four possessions in the first half that started in Chicago territory. The drives resulted in a fumble, punt, touchdown and finally, as time expired in the first half, a missed field goal into the wind from 49 yards.
 
• David Ball registered his 2.5th sack of the season and of his career when he took down Rex Grossman in the third quarter.
 
• LenDale White scored his NFL-leading 11th touchdown of the season and the 18th of his career on a 2-yard run that extended Tennessee's lead to 21-7 in the fourth quarter.
 
• Cortland Finnegan registered his first sack of the season and the 4th of his career, taking down Rex Grossman in the fourth quarter.

 
• Jason Jones blocked the first kick of his career, batting down Robbie Gould's 48-yard attempt in the fourth quarter. Antwan Odom was the last Titan to block a field goal (against Seattle's Josh Brown, 12/18/05).
 
• After Chicago's opening 14-play drive, the Titans defense buckled down. In the next seven possessions, Chicago had only one drive that lasted more than three plays.
 
• Quarterback Kerry Collins completed 12 consecutive passes from the second quarter to the third quarter, a streak that spanned two touchdown drives.

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