- Associated Press - Thursday, December 3, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO (3-8) at CHICAGO (5-6)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

OPENING LINE - Bears by 7½

RECORD VS. SPREAD - 49ers 5-6, Bears 6-5

SERIES RECORD - 49ers lead 32-30-1

LAST MEETING - Bears beat 49ers 28-20, Sept. 14, 2014

LAST WEEK - 49ers lost to Cardinals 19-13; Bears beat Packers 17-13

AP PRO32 RANKING - 49ers No. 30, Bears No. 15

49ERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (32), RUSH (20), PASS (30).

49ERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (29), RUSH (25), PASS (28).

BEARS OFFENSE - OVERALL (20), RUSH (16), PASS (21).

BEARS DEFENSE - OVERALL (14), RUSH (29), PASS (2).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - San Francisco is 0-5 on road. … QB Blaine Gabbert passed for career-high 318 yards last week. … WR Anquan Boldin, with 984 receptions, closing in on 1,000. Only 10 players have caught 1,000 or more passes. … LB Aaron Lynch leads team with 6 1/2 sacks. … CBs Kenneth Acker and Tramaine Brock tied for team lead with three interceptions. … K Phil Dawson is 18 of 19 on field goals. … Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio interviewed for 49ers’ head coaching job in offseason. Jim Tomsula ultimately got promoted from defensive line coach to replace Jim Harbaugh. Gase wound up following coach John Fox from Denver to Chicago. Fangio got hired by Bears after coordinating defense in San Francisco that ranked among league’s best past four years. … Four of Chicago’s five remaining games are against teams with losing records: San Francisco (3-8), Washington (5-6), Tampa Bay (5-6), Detroit (4-7). Exception is game at Minnesota (8-3) on Dec. 20. … RB Jeremy Langford tied for lead among NFL rookies with six rushing touchdowns. … Martellus Bennett leads NFL TEs with 140 catches since 2014. … TE Zach Miller has career-high four TD catches. … Fantasy Tip: With 259 yards from scrimmage over past three games, 49ers RB Shaun Draughn could be good pick facing defense that has struggled against run.

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