Great week for the Bears - another win. Four in a row and a two game lead in the division. Another typical Bears game. Tough defense and just enough offense to win. Redskins got back on track after last week's debacle. They defeated a tough but shorthanded Eagles team in a must win situation.
Here are the updated stats:Defense
Bears - Second-ranked scoring defense (12.3 pts/game, no change from last week), third-ranked defense in terms of yardage/game (265 yds/game, no change from last week).
Redskins - 13th-ranked scoring defense (18.6 pts/game, up 4 spots from last week), 7th-ranked defense in terms of yardage/game (290 yds/game, down 1 spot from last week).
The Bears have only allowed only 2 rushing touchdowns this year (ranked #1). The Redskins have allowed 9 rushing touchdowns (ranked #23).Offense
Bears - 23rd-ranked scoring 0ffense (17.4 pts/game, no change from last week), 27th-ranked offense in terms of yardage/game (267 yds/game, down 1 spot).
Redskins - 18th-ranked scoring offense (19 pts/game, up 1 spot from last), 11th-ranked offense in terms of yardage/game (343 yds/game, down 1 spot).
Thomas Jones 8th-ranked running back (753 yards, 6 touchdowns), Clinton Portis ranked 11th (620 yards, 4 touchdowns).Red Zone Stats
The Bears continue to dominate in the Red Zone on defense. They score touchdowns on offense 57% of the time they get in the RZ and only allow opponents to score touchdowns 21% of the time.
The Redskins are at 56% on offense and 47% on defense.