With most eyes fixated on Mitch Trubisky’s development and others distracted by Tarik Cohen’s Superman leaps, it’s easy for Bears fans to overlook the numbers Jordan Howard is quietly accumulating.

Hampered by a shoulder injury to start the season, the Pro Bowl rookie running back from a year ago started slowly with games of 52 and seven yards. But since his career-low output in Week 2, Howard has been battering NFL defenses. He has added four more 100-yard games to his resume, giving him 11 during his 26-game career. Howard’s 841 yards puts him third in the NFL behind LeVeon Bell (886) and Kareem Hunt (873). Ezekiel Elliott has 783 yards after a league-leading 1,631 as a rookie last season.

But check out how Howard’s two-season numbers compare historically to Bears and NFL greats.

With 125 yards rushing against Detroit on Sunday, Howard has 2,154 yards in his first two seasons with six games still remaining. He needs just 14 yards to surpass Matt Forte for the best two-season start in team history. All the more impressive considering the fifth-round draft pick didn’t start the first three games of his rookie season. (Remember Jeremy Langford?)