October 08, 2015

CHICAGO (1-3) at KANSAS CITY (1-3)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

OPENING LINE - Chiefs by 9

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Bears 1-3, Chiefs 1-3

SERIES RECORD - Bears lead 6-5

LAST MEETING - Chiefs beat Bears 10-3, Dec. 4, 2011

LAST WEEK - Bears beat Raiders 22-20; Chiefs lost to Bengals 36-21

AP PRO32 RANKING - Bears No. 26, Chiefs No. 20

BEARS OFFENSE - OVERALL (26), RUSH (11), PASS (29)

BEARS DEFENSE - OVERALL (7), RUSH (24), PASS (4)

CHIEFS OFFENSE - OVERALL (14), RUSH (15), PASS (13)

CHIEFS DEFENSE - OVERALL (29), RUSH (14), PASS (28)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - First trip for Bears to Arrowhead Stadium since Dec. 28, 2003, 31-3 loss. ... K Robbie Gould hit winning 49-yard FG last week vs. Oakland with 2 seconds left. ... Bears lost C Will Montgomery to broken leg last week. Matt Slauson or rookie Hroniss Grasu expected to start against Chiefs. ... Bears QB Jay Cutler expected to start second straight game after hamstring injury sidelined him for one week. Cutler needs five TD passes to pass Sid Luckman (137) for most in Bears history. ... RB Matt Forte needs two TDs to pass Rick Casares (59) for third most in Bears history. Walter Payton (125) and Neal Anderson (71) have most. ... Bears are fourth in NFL in pass defense (189.8 yards per game). ... Chiefs QB Alex Smith has thrown for 1,110 yards, fourth most in AFC through four games. ... Kansas City RB Jamaal Charles is fourth in NFL with 306 yards rushing. ... K Cairo Santos set franchise record with seven FGs in last Sunday's loss to Bengals. ... Chiefs coach Andy Reid is 5-4 against Bears, 1-0 in postseason play, all with Philadelphia. ... Kansas City is only team in NFL with three players with 20 or more receptions (Charles, Jeremy Maclin, Travis Kelce). ... Kansas City has had 21 scoring drives of four plays or fewer, third most in NFL behind Cincinnati and Buffalo. ... Fantasy Tip: Charles has had just 11 carries each of past two weeks, but he will face defense allowing nearly 120 yards rushing and more than 31 points per game.

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