The Bears vs. Rams have a good chance to win their first playoff game since 2011, but they’ll have to overcome a tough road to do so.
Bears vs Ravens game info and game coverage details Here are all the key information you need to know about the Bears vs Lions game on Sunday: The Bears’ win streak has reached six games and has been a huge part of their success during the run to the Super Bowl.
Bears coach Marc Trestman had the team win five straight games, the longest winning streak in the NFL.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler led the Bears to a franchise-record 13-game winning streak during that span.
Cutler has thrown for 3,073 yards and 27 touchdowns during that stretch.
The Bears are also 4-0 in the postseason, winning their first two games in Los Angeles and Oakland before moving on to Seattle.
Bears linebacker Christian Kirksey led the team with 13 tackles and an interception Sunday.
It was Kirksey’s fourth interception of the season, tied for the most in NFL history.
Bears tight end Martellus Bennett also had three tackles, including a pick-six.
Chicago has outscored opponents by a combined 51 points during its five-game win streak, with a 30-6 edge in rushing.
The offense has scored in double figures in four straight games.
The only other teams to do that during that streak were the Broncos (five) and Panthers (six).
Bears wide receiver Martellas Bennett has caught eight touchdown passes in the past two games.
Bennett is the second receiver to have at least 10 catches for the team, joining DeSean Jackson (10).
Bears running back Jordan Howard has had a breakout season.
He has rushed for 5,971 yards and 28 touchdowns.
He’s the fourth Bears runningback to reach 1,000 rushing yards this season.
Bears wideout Jordan Howard had five catches for 74 yards Sunday.
He caught five passes for 46 yards and added a touchdown on a deep catch to tight end Zach Miller.
Howard is third on the team in receiving yards (1,527) and fourth in receiving touchdowns (seven).
Bears cornerback Marquis Flowers has been solid, but the team could use a boost after starting cornerback Tramon Williams broke his collarbone in the first quarter.
With safety Landon Collins injured and cornerback Chris Conley sidelined, safety Eddie Jackson was the Bears primary cover corner Sunday.
The only players who have played more snaps in each of the Bears’ three games than the Bears are cornerback Brandon Carr and wide receiver Marquis “Teddy Bear” Williams.
Carr, who has started all three games this season, started in Week 1 at Philadelphia.
Williams played all 16 snaps at Minnesota and played 15 snaps at Dallas.
Bears running backs Jordan Howard and Martellos Bennett both had at least 1,500 yards on the ground.
Bears cornerback Marcus Cooper played more than 20 snaps in both of his Week 1 games against the Eagles and Cowboys.
Cornerback Chris Conyers has been an absolute force in coverage for the Bears this season after being one of the worst corners in the league last season.
Conyers recorded nine pass breakups against Philadelphia and four pass break-ups against Dallas.
He also had a forced fumble and intercepted Cutler in the Week 1 matchup.
Conley had four pass breakup against Philadelphia.
Bears defensive tackle Chris Long had his first interception of his career Sunday against Philadelphia, returning it 41 yards for a touchdown.
Long had a sack in Week 2 at Dallas and a hit on Cutler on the game-winning field goal in Week 3 at Los Angeles.
Bears offensive tackle Jared Allen was active for the first time this season Sunday.
Allen, who started three games for the Lions last season, had five tackles and two quarterback hits Sunday.
Bears rookie running back Ty Montgomery had his second consecutive 100-yard game Sunday, with 537 rushing yards and five touchdowns on his way to a league-leading 8.1 yards per carry average.
Bears nose tackle Danny Trevathan has been playing better this season than his numbers would indicate.
Trevana has been one of Bears’ most consistent defenders, making 10 tackles, two quarterback hurries and two passes defended in Sunday’s win over the Eagles.
Bears safety Devin McCourty has had two interceptions in two games this year.
McCourties third interception of 2014 came in the third quarter against Philadelphia on Oct. 23.
He had two passes defensed in the win over Dallas in Week 6.
Bears outside linebacker Brian Urlacher had two tackles in the game.
Bears head coach MarcTrestman has made the decision to start cornerback Trumaine Johnson against Philadelphia this season in place of Marcus Cooper, who was ruled out with a broken collarbone.
Johnson has been outstanding in coverage, and he was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his play in Week 7 against the Broncos.
The Bears defense has struggled