(CBS) The Bears moved to 3-3 and stayed one game back in the NFC North with a 27-13 road win against the Falcons on Sunday. Here are a few fast facts from a win that saw Chicago scored the final 14 points of the contest …

— Jay Cutler’s 381 passing yards were the most in his 73 starts for the Bears and the second-most of his career. His career-high was set with the Broncos in 2008 when he threw for 447 yards. Cutler’s 1,676 passing yards on the season are fourth in the league, as of Monday morning. His 13 touchdowns are tied for fifth.

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— Matt Forte’s scored two rushing touchdowns Sunday, bringing his career touchdown total to 50 (37 rushing, 13 receiving). He’s the sixth player in franchise history to reach that mark. Walter Payton is the Bears’ all-time leader with 125 total touchdowns.

— Forte had 10 catches for 77 yards. His 46 receptions lead the NFL, and his 376 receiving yards lead all running backs in the league.

— Robbie Gould’s two field goals Sunday brought his career total to 242 and one away from tying the Bears’ franchise record, which is held by Kevin Butler.

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— Cutler’s 74-yard pass to Alshon Jeffery in the third quarter was his longest completion since 2010.

— Jeffery’s 495 receiving yards this season are tied for sixth in the NFL.

The Bears are 3-0 this season when Cutler doesn’t throw an interception. They’re 0-3 when he throws one or more.

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— With the victory, the Bears became the first team in NFL history to win 750 overall games. Chicago has a 733-537-42 mark in the regular season and a 17-18 record in the playoffs. The Packers are second with 732 overall wins, per profootballhalloffame.com.