The Chicago Bears will look to build a new winning streak as they welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to Soldier Field on Sunday for a Week 13 tilt in the Windy City. The Bears had a five-game winning streak snapped with a 25-20 setback at Oakland in Week 12 to fall to 7-and-4 on the season. It was Chicago's first game without starting quarterback Jay Cutler, who broke his right thumb on November 20th and had surgery last week. Caleb Hanie, making his first NFL start, finished 18-of-36 for 254 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions in a losing effort. Meanwhile, the Chiefs have dropped four games in-a-row to sit at 4-and-7. The team claimed former Bears and Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton off waivers last week and there is a chance he could start under center in place of current starter Tyler Palko on Sunday. Chicago beat KC, 20-10, the last time the two teams played in 2007.