Cutler engineered his second game-winning, fourth-quarter drive in as many weeks, this time hooking up with Martellus Bennett on a 16-yard score. He'll have his best game of the season to date against Pittsburgh.
Forte put up a huge game last week, racking up 161 yards from scrimmage and 11 receptions. Expect more of the same this week.
Marshall is one of three receivers with two 100-yard games to start the season. The others are Victor Cruz and DeSean Jackson.
Jeffery only caught one pass last week. I'm betting the Bears make a concerted effort to get him move involved against the Steelers.
Bennett is quickly becoming a favorite of Jay Cutler after catching seven passes for 76 yards and two touchdowns last week. He'll easily be a top-10 tight end this year.
Gould made his only field goal attempt against the Vikings, a chippy from 20 yards.
Three takeaways and a touchdown. Just another day at the office for the Bears defense. The lack of a pass rush is a bit worrisome, but you can start Chicago with confidence this week.
Roethlisberger had another worthless day last week, and he should not be conisdered a fantasy starter this season.
Jones ran for 37 yards on 10 carries against the Bengals. Like taemmates Isaac Redman, he is completely, utterly irrelevant, even if he becomes the Steelers starter.
Redman was tested for a possible concussion last week, though he did come back late. He is totally irrelevant in fantasy leagues.
Brown caught six of nine targets for 57 yards last week. I expect him to do some damage in garbage time.
Sanders led the team again with 10 targets, and is certainly worth owning as a depth receiver.
Cotchery only caught three of the nine passes thrown his way last week. With this offense struggling, you can't really justify owning him.
Suisham made his only field goal attempt last week, a 44-yarder. I wouldn't trust him as a starter against the Bears.
The Steelers didn't do a thing against the Bengals, and they looked old in doing nothing. This is a team that is about to bottom out.