The Georgia Bulldogs (6-1, 4-1) are playing their best football of the season as they move into the second bye week of their season. Their next game comes on Nov. 1, against their SEC East rival Florida Gators in Jacksonville, Fla.

Here are the best and worst numbers for the Bulldogs at this point in the season.

The Good

5: consecutive wins. Georgia started this season off 1-1, but a five-game winning streak has vaulted UGA back into playoff consideration. What’s most impressive about the win streak is that four of the victories have come against SEC opponents.

202: rushing yards by Nick Chubb against Arkansas. The true freshman was at it again, rushing for 202 yards and two touchdowns this past weekend. Any thoughts or concerns about UGA’s rushing offense taking a hit without Gurley were quickly dismissed with Gurley’s two huge performances.

30: points scored. Georgia is one of two SEC teams to have scored at least 30 points in every single game this season. Mississippi State is the only other SEC program.

The Bad

9: penalties. The normally disciplined Georgia Bulldogs committed nine penalties for 101 yards last Saturday against Arkansas. Fortunately for the Bulldogs, the numerous penalties did not ultimately cost them the victory.

10.5: yards per catch for Michael Bennett. Throughout the conference, Bennett’s yards per catch is the lowest among each team’s leading receiver. He also has only 22 receptions on the season.

26: second half points allowed by UGA. As great as Georgia played last week, the Bulldogs nearly let Arkansas back into the game with a less than spectacular defensive performance in the latter 30 minutes.