Bears by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Chicago Must Improve in 2014

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Bears by the Numbers: 2013 Stats Chicago Must Improve in 2014
Nam Y. Huh/Associated Press

For a team so closely associated with a terrorizing defense, the Chicago Bears took a giant leap forward on offense in 2013 while taking a giant leap backwards on defense.

The offense, under the tutelage of new head coach Marc Trestman, scored the second most points in the NFL last season behind Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos

While the offense was extremely productive, the defense in 2013 was one of their worst the organization has seen in years. Injuries played a large role in its struggles, but they will need to improve in 2014. Despite the offense's ascension last season, there are still areas in which they will need to improve in to be a contender in 2014.

Here are the 2013 stats in which the Chicago Bears need to improve on in 2014. 

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