(CBS) The Bears fell 27-14 to the Dolphins on Sunday at Soldier Field, a setback that left them arguing in the locker room afterward and at 3-4 on the season. Here are a few fast facts and statistical notes from Sunday’s game…

— Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler was 21-of-34 for 190 yards, a touchdown and an interception. The Bears are now 3-0 this season when Cutler doesn’t throw a pick and 0-4 when he throws at least one.

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— Cutler has committed 10 turnovers this season (seven interceptions, three fumbles). That’s the second-most in the NFL, trailing only Washington’s Kirk Cousins, who has 11.

— Bears defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff had a career-high 3.5 sacks. Jim Osborne is the only Bears defensive tackle with more sacks in a game since sacks became an official statistic in 1982. He had four sacks on Sept. 4, 1983 against Atlanta.

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— The Bears defense allowed Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill to have a career day. Tannehill logged the highest passer rating of his career (123.6) and the second-highest completion percentage of his career (78.1).

— Bears running back Matt Forte had a rushing and a receiving touchdown, bringing his career total to 52 touchdowns. That’s tied for fifth-most in franchise history.

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— Forte had six catches for 60 yards. His 52 receptions lead the NFL at the conclusion of Sunday’s games. Falcons receiver Julio Jones is second with 49 catches.