Stafford should have a huge day against a Bears defense that is allowing 8.5 yards per attempt this season.
Bush torched the Bears the last time these teams met. Expect more of the same on Sunday.
You'd have to be awfully desperate to consider Bell this week, even in a decent matchup.
The Bears have generally done as good a job as anyone at keeping Johnson in check, but he's in line for a big game Sunday.
Durham is a low-end WR3 against a Bears defense that has allowed 8.5 yards per attempt this season.
The Bears have allowed the 11th-most points per game to tight ends, so you could consider Pettigrew in a pinch.
Even though this week's projection is low, the fact that Akers is tied to this offense makes him a good play every week.
Whether Jay Cutler or Josh McCown starts, this is a bad matchup for an average fantasy defense.
Cutler will start this Sunday, beating the timetable for his groin injury by two weeks. He's a low-end QB1 against the Lions.
Forte had a huge night against the Packers, totaling 179 yards and a touchdown. The Lions are in the middle of the pack in terms of points allowed to running backs this year.
Marshall had his best game in some time last week, catching seven passes for 107 yards and a TD. The Lions allow the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jeffery caught five passes for 60 yards and an impressive touchdown last week, and should be started as normal.
Bennett just missed a touchdown against Green Bay, which would have given him a solid night in fantasy leagues. He's falling back into the fringes at the position.
Gould made two chip-shot field goals last week and is now 14-for-15 on the season.
The Bears got lucky when Aaron Rodgers had to leave last week's game with what turned out to be a broken collarbone. Do not start them here.
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