Other than the three picks, Ponder didn't play all that bad last week. It won't get any easier for him against the Bears.
Peterson's boom-or-bust nature showed up again last week. He ran for a 78-yard touchdown on Minnesota's first play from scrimmage, but finished with just 93 yards on 18 carries. Of course, he scored two more times. The Bears present as tough a matchup as he'll see all year.
Three catches for 33 yards last week. Got anything to say about Aaron Rodgers now, Mr. Jennings?
Simpson had a huge game against the Lions, catching seven passes for 140 yards. It won't be quite so easy against the Bears.
Rudolph had just two catches for 27 yards last week, and with all the options at tight end, it's hard to trust a guy who catches passes from Christian Ponder.
Walsh drilled a 52-yard field goal in his only attempt last week, showcasing the leg that helped make him the top fantasy kicker last year.
Detroit put up 34 points on the Vikings last week, and it should have been even worse. Stay away from this defense all year.
Cutler got on track in the second half last week, finishing the game 21-of-33 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. As the Bears continue to get comfortable with Marc Trestman's offense, the numbers could become bigger and bigger.
Forte totaled 91 yards from scrimmage and punched in a 1-yard touchdown run against the Bengals. He'll find a lot more room to operate this week.
So much for that injured hip, huh? Marshall had eight receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown last week. He'll provide more of the same against the Vikings.
Jeffery had eight targets last week, catching five of them for 42 yards. With the Bears spreading the ball around more this year, he remains a nice sleeper.
Bennett showed off his hand strength on his first-quarter touchdown catch, and finished the day with three receptions for 49 yards, including the score. He's a weekly starter at the deep tight end position.
Gould set a franchise record with a 58-yard field goal last week, his 14th career field goal from 50-plus yards.
The takeaway machine in Chicago kept right on churning, with the Bears registering three takeaways against the Bengals. The song will remain the same this week.
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