Cutler really struggled for the first time this season, but I'm betting he finds the Detroit defense a whole lot more amenable than he did the Steelers last week.
Forte had 111 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week and has totaled at least 90 yards with a score every week this year.
Marshall was quiet most of last week, but made a huge third-down catch on the game-sealing drive. He'll look more like himself against the Lions.
The Bears clearly made a concerted effort to get Jeffery the ball last week. I expect that to continue as the season progresses.
Bennett had his first down game as a Bear last week, but that shouldn't stop you from getting him in your lineup against the Lions.
Gould made a pair of field goals last week, but he did have an extra point blocked.
How do you build on a week in which you force three turnovers and take one to the house? By forcing five and taking two of them back for six. The Bears have turned this into an art form.
Stafford predictably had a huge game against Washington. Teams have been able to throw on the Bears this year, so Stafford owners should expect a nice game.
Bush is expected to return after missing last week's game due to a knee injury. Get him back in your lineup.
Bell picked up 132 yards from scrimmage and a TD last week, but with Reggie Bush expected back I wouldn't trust him in my lineup.
Johnson caught seven passes for 115 yards and a TD in Washington last week and has to be licking his chops after seeing what Antonio Brown did to the Bears last week.
Broyles should have a larger role in the offense after Nate Burleson broke his arm in a car accident on Tuesday.
Pettigrew only got two targets last week and didn't catch either of them. He is not a fantasy option.
Akers made both of his field goal attempts last week and is the kind of guy you can count on as a regular stater.
Detroit's defense was pretty quiet in Washington last week, and with the Bears improved line I think it'll be more of the same on Sunday.