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Fantasy Player Projections: Week 16

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Philadelphia Eagles
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Chicago Bears
Lincoln Financial | Sunday, Dec. 22 | 08:30 PM EST (NBC)

Chicago Bears

    1. Jay Cutler
    2. Jay
      Cutler
      QB
    3. PASS YDS325
    4. PASS TD3
    5. INT1
    6. RUSH YDS6
    7. RUSH TD0

    Cutler was a bit rocky at first in his return from an ankle injury, but ended up throwing for 265 yards and three touchdowns. He's a QB1 against an Eagles team that has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this year.

    1. Matt Forte
    2. Matt
      Forte
      RB
    3. RUSH YDS94
    4. RUSH TD1
    5. REC YDS52
    6. REC TD1

    Forte had 127 yards on 24 carries last week. He's an RB1 against Philadelphia, just like he is every week.

    1. Brandon Marshall
    2. Brandon
      Marshall
      WR
    3. REC YDS112
    4. REC TD1

    Marshall and Alshon Jeffery could be in for huge nights on Sunday. The Eagles have allowed the most fantasy points per game to receivers.

    1. Alshon Jeffery
    2. Alshon
      Jeffery
      WR
    3. REC YDS103
    4. REC TD1

    Jeffery and teammate Brandon Marshall could set records on Sunday night. The Eagles have allowed the most fantasy points to receivers this year.

    1. Martellus Bennett
    2. Martellus
      Bennett
      TE
    3. REC YDS48
    4. REC TD0

    Bennett caught six passes for 71 yards last week and is a low-end TE1 against the Eagles.

    1. Robbie Gould
    2. Robbie
      Gould
      K
    3. PAT4
    4. FG2

    Gould made his only field-goal attempt last week and is 25-for-28 on the season.

    1. Chicago Bears
    2. PTS ALLOWED30
    3. SACKS2
    4. INT0
    5. TD0

    LeSean McCoy will have a field day with the Bears. Do not even think about starting them.

Philadelphia Eagles

    1. Nick Foles
    2. Nick
      Foles
      QB
    3. PASS YDS294
    4. PASS TD1
    5. INT0
    6. RUSH YDS9
    7. RUSH TD1

    Foles threw for 428 yards and three scores last week and is a QB1 against the Bears.

    1. LeSean McCoy
    2. LeSean
      McCoy
      RB
    3. RUSH YDS145
    4. RUSH TD1
    5. REC YDS58
    6. REC TD0

    McCoy should have a monster game against a Chicago defense that has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to running backs this year. I'm setting his total yards over/under at 167.5.

    1. DeSean Jackson
    2. DeSean
      Jackson
      WR
    3. REC YDS90
    4. REC TD1

    Jackson caught 10 passes for 195 yards and a touchdown last week. His speed will present a major challenge for the Bears.

    1. Riley Cooper
    2. Riley
      Cooper
      WR
    3. REC YDS75
    4. REC TD0

    Cooper caught just four passes for 29 yards last week and has really slowed down after a hot start with Nick Foles as the starter.

    1. Jason Avant
    2. Jason
      Avant
      WR
    3. REC YDS26
    4. REC TD0

    Avant had three catches for 40 yards and a score last week. He remains on the outside of the fantasy picture.

    1. Zach Ertz
    2. Zach
      Ertz
      TE
    3. REC YDS21
    4. REC TD0

    Ertz caught six of his nine targets for 57 yards and two touchdowns last week. It may be too late this year, but he's a guy to watch in 2014.

    1. Brent Celek
    2. Brent
      Celek
      TE
    3. REC YDS13
    4. REC TD0

    Celek got just one target last week and is an afterthought in the Philadelphia offense.

    1. Alex Henery
    2. Alex
      Henery
      K
    3. PAT3
    4. FG3

    Henery made all three of his field-goal attempts last week and is 21-for-26 on the season.

    1. Philadelphia Eagles
    2. PTS ALLOWED34
    3. SACKS1
    4. INT1
    5. TD0

    This defense cannot be trusted against a passing offense like Chicago's.

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