Flacco threw for 3.9 YPA and two interceptions against the Bengals, though he did manage two touchdowns. The Bears present a friendly matchup, making him a low-end QB1 this week.
Rice had just 30 yards on 18 carries against the Bengals last week, but the Bears could be a cure to what ails him. Consider him a flex this week.
Pierce ran for 31 yards on eight carries last week, numbers of which Ray Rice would be extremely jealous.
Smith could be in line for a monster day against a Bears defense that is without Charles Tillman, by far its best defensive back.
Brown got just three targets last week. He's way too boom-or-bust, with an emphasis on boom, to trust in fantasy leagues, even with a good matchup against the Bears.
Jones had two catches for 17 yards a week ago and is a non-factor in fantasy leagues.
Clark had one catch last week, a one-yard TD reception. He should not be on your radar.
Tucker went 2-for-2 on field goals last week and is now a robust 18-for-20 on the season.
The Ravens showed up last week, getting three picks and five sacks against Andy Dalton and the Bengals. The Bears are turning to Josh McCown this week, and he has played better than expected. It's not a great matchup for Baltimore.
McCown is back under center after Jay Cutler suffered a high ankle sprain last week. Consider him a strong QB2 and potential QB1 against the Ravens.
Forte struggled against the strong front four of the Lions last week and now goes up against a Ravens defense allowing the second-fewest fantasy points per game to running backs.
Marshall had a monster day against the Lions, caching seven passes for 139 yards and two scores. Get him in there with confidence against the Ravens.
Jeffery had nine receptions for 114 yards last week and got a ridiculous 18 targets. Confidently start him against Baltimore.
The Ravens allow the 12th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends, and that helps to make Bennett a solid TE1 option this week.
The ever-reliable Gould made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is 16-for-17 on the season.
The Bears defense played arguably its best game all season last week against Detroit, but is now without the services of Charles Tillman.
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