In 2004, Jacksonville QB Byron Leftwich threw for 242 yards and two TDs in the Jags' 22-3 win over the Bears.
What has been the main reason for Jacksonville's struggles this season? How can the [Bears](/teams/chicagobears/profile?team=CHI) regain control of the NFC North? [ **What are your thoughts?**](/gamecenter/fanfeedback?game_id=29722&displayPage=tab_fan_feedback&season=2008&week=REG14&override=true)
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Kyle Orton's confidence: Orton's consistent play brought the Bears back to the top of the division. His inconsistency knocked them off again. Orton had thrown a franchise-record 206 consecutive passes without an interception, a streak that was broken in the third quarter last week against the Vikings, when he threw three picks in his next seven attempts.
Taylor-made running game: The Jaguars have fallen into early holes in the their previous two games, making it difficult to get their running game going. But that could change this week, as the calendar flips to the final month. RB Fred Taylor has rushed for at least 100 yards in four of his past five December games.
Chicago's rookie runner/receiver:Bears RB Matt Forte leads all rookies in yards from scrimmage and is third overall, with 1,370 total yards. He leads the Bears in both rushing and receiving, and needs just two receptions to join Hall of Famer Walter Payton and Neal Anderson as the only Bears with 1,000 rush yards and 50 catches in a season.