Although the Chicago Bears own a slight 3-2 edge in this overall series capped by a 23-20 overtime thriller on Nov. 17, 2013, the Ravens have won both meetings in Baltimore. In those two victories, the Ravens outscored Chicago by a combined score of 48-13.
The Ravens have built an .857 winning percentage (24-4) at home against NFC opponents since 2003, which is the best success rate in the NFL over that span. A win against the Bears would propel the Ravens to their 200th victory, which would make them only the seventh franchise in the league to reach the 200-win mark since the organization’s inception in 1996.
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A detail of a scuffed Kansas City Chiefs helmet.