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Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field | Coach: John Fox
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense17th110.7 (16th)235.7 (21st)
Defense15th128.5 (26th)214.5 (4th)

Last Game

Thu, November 26
Lambeau Field
Chicago Bears
Green Bay Packers

Game Leaders

Passing: J. Cutler (19-31, 200)
Rushing: J. Langford (12-48)
Receiving: A. Jeffery (7-90)

Passing: A. Rodgers (22-43, 202)
Rushing: E. Lacy (17-105)
Receiving: R. Cobb (6-74)


Sun Sep 13
L 31 - 23GB
Sun Sep 20
L 48 - 23ARI
Sun Sep 27
L 26 - 0at SEA
Sun Oct 4
W 22 - 20OAK
Sun Oct 11
W 18 - 17at KC
Sun Oct 18
L 37 - 34at DET
Sun Nov 1
L 23 - 20MIN
Mon Nov 9
W 22 - 19at SD
Sun Nov 15
W 37 - 13at STL
Sun Nov 22
L 17 - 15DEN
Thu Nov 26
W 17 - 13at GB
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 6
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 13
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 20
at MIN
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 27
at TB
1:00 pm EST
Sun Jan 3


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Bears' Jeremy Langford: Records 48 rushing yards, touchdown in win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jeremy Langford carried the ball 12 times for 48 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 17-13 win over the Packers. He also caught one pass for five yards.

Though Langford didn't get the start for the Thanksgiving Day game, coach John Fox divvied up the workload fairly evenly between Langford and Matt Forte, who returned from a three-game absence due to a knee injury. Forte ended up finishing with a slight edge in carries (15), but Langford showed a little bit more burst between the tackles, averaging four yards per attempt compared to Forte's 2.9. Langford was also able to punch in his lone goal-line carry for a touchdown, while Forte actually lost yardage on his two attempts near the goal line during a similar scenario early in the fourth quarter. While Langford was probably the better of the two players Thursday, it's unlikely that Fox will move back to a more one-sided approach during next week's matchup with the 49ers. Just as he did during his time coaching in Carolina with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, Fox has stated an affinity for dual-back systems, much to the chagrin of fantasy players.

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Bears' Alshon Jeffery: Gets 90 receiving yards Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Alshon Jeffery (groin/shoulder) finished with 90 receiving yards on seven catches (11 targets) in Thursday's win over the Packers.

Jeffery was held in check for most of the first quarter, but gradually started to make life difficult for the Packers secondary as the game wore on. The rainy conditions in Green Bay weren't really conducive to much downfield passing, but Jeffery still managed to produce 12.9 yards per reception, only a slight tick below the 14.3 he had averaged coming into the game. With almost a week and a half to heal up from the groin and shoulder injuries that had plagued him heading into the contest, Jeffery should be able to turn in a solid showing in the Chicago Bears ' next game Dec. 6 against the 49ers.

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Bears' Matt Forte: Rushes for 44 yards while sharing workload
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Matt Forte (knee) accumulated 44 yards on 15 carries and gained nine yards on his lone reception in Thursday's 17-13 win over the Packers.

As anticipated, the Chicago Bears employed a fairly even timeshare at running back with Forte and Jeremy Langford, after the latter excelled during Forte's three-game hiatus. Forte ended up finishing with three more carries, but Langford averaged nearly a yard more per attempt and was also able to cash in on a goal-line touchdown shortly before halftime. Meanwhile, neither back was much of a factor in the passing game. So long as both Forte and Langford remain healthy, it sounds like coach John Fox plans to keep both backs quite involved, just as he did during his time in Carolina with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. For fantasy purposes, it's not an ideal development for either player.

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Bears' Marquess Wilson: Four catches for 44 yards Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Marquess Wilson (groin) caught 4-of-5 targets for 44 yards in Thursday's win over the Packers.

Wilson narrowly missed on his second touchdown of the season, as an official review on his 19-yard, second-quarter reception determined that his knee went down before the ball crossed the goal line. Still, it was an encouraging performance for Wilson, who has now amassed 146 receiving yards over the last two weeks to put himself on the radar as a potential waiver-wire pickup.

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Bears' Jay Cutler: Throws for 200 yards in turnover-free win over Packers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jay Cutler completed 19-of-31 passes for 200 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions in Thursday's 17-13 win over the Packers.

Considering the rainy conditions that were present throughout the game, Cutler did well to avoid any major mistakes, though the Packers did come close to reeling in a couple of interceptions. In any event, after previously performing miserably for his career against the rival Packers, Cutler ended up outproducing Aaron Rodgers, and narrowly missed out on having a two-touchdown evening after Marquess Wilson was tackled at the half-yard line on a 20-yard second-quarter reception. Since missing the Chicago Bears ' Week 3 tilt in Seattle with a hamstring injury, Cutler has been fantastic, posting 12 touchdowns against four interceptions during that span to go along with a rushing score.

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