Going up against a strong Miami defense, Brees threw for 413 yards, four TDs and zero interceptions. He should have a field day against the Bears.
Sproles was a beast as a receiver and not too shabby as a runner against the Dolphins. He should be able to replicate his success this week.
Thomas got just four carries last week and didn't do much with them. He could be on the outs in New Orleans.
Colston had seven catches for 96 yards last week and should be able to find success against a Bears team that has really struggled against the pass.
Stills had six targets last week, but he still isn't producing at a level that justifies rostering him.
Another 100-yard effort and another two TDs. He's in a world of his own.
Hartley made one of his two field goal attempts last week. The Bears defense has done a good job in the red zone, which could mean big things for him this week.
I don't love this matchup for the Saints, but if you own them you're starting them.
He showed some of his sloppy mechanics last week, though he did finish with 317 yards and two TDs. This isn't a great matchup for him.
Forte ran for 95 yards and a TD on just 14 carries and caught another four passes for 22 yards. He's a top-five running back.
Marshall got 14 targets last week, catching seven of them for 79 yards. He'll get back on his superstar track this week.
Jeffery busted out last week, catching five passes for 107 yards and a score. He looks like a reliable WR3 at worst for the rest of the season.
Bennett caught eight of his 12 targets for 90 yards last week. If the Bears fall behind by much, they'll air it out again, but ths matchup could be problematic for Bennett.
Gould made all three of his field goal attempts last week and is a perfect 7-for-7 on the year. The way the Saints defense has been playing, he should get some more opportunites this weekend.
The Bears forced three more turnovers last week, but they were absolutely dominated by the Lions. It won't be any easier this week.