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Peppers: Stats are for losers

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Drew Stanton's quarterback rating of 102.4 was the highest against the Bears' all season, beating out Michael Vick's rating of 94.2 last week.

The third-string quarterback from Michigan State completed 16 of 24 passes for 178 yards and a touchdown in just his second career start.

"Those are good stats but at the end of the day you want to get the win," defensive end Julius Peppers said. "He played well today. Hats off to him. They had us off balance and ran some good plays against us. They controlled the first half. He played a great game but you want to get the win instead of great stats."

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