|Offense||8th||109.8 (19th)||271.6 (6th)|
|Defense||27th||153.6 (32nd)||232.4 (14th)|
Sun Sep 8
|W 24 - 21||CIN|
Sun Sep 15
|W 31 - 30||MIN|
Sun Sep 22
|W 40 - 23||at PIT|
Sun Sep 29
|L 40 - 32||at DET|
Sun Oct 6
|L 26 - 18||NO|
Thu Oct 10
|W 27 - 21||NYG|
Sun Oct 20
|L 45 - 41||at WAS|
Mon Nov 4
|W 27 - 20||at GB|
Sun Nov 10
|L 21 - 19||DET|
Sun Nov 17
|W 23 - 20||BAL|
Sun Nov 24
|L 42 - 21||at STL|
Sun Dec 1
|L 23 - 20||at MIN|
8:40 pm EST
Mon Dec 9
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 15
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 22
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 29
The unit has totaled 11 Fantasy points the past two weeks, despite favorable matchups. Now Chicago gets a Dallas team giving up the fewest Fantasy points (5.0 per game) to opposing DSTs.
This Bears' defense reminds no one of the Monsters of the Midway. Chicago ranks 28th in points allowed (27.7) and total defense (386.0) and dead last in rush defense (153.6). Leave the Bears DST on the waiver wire.
The Cowboys give up the 8th-most Fantasy points to tight ends, 9.0 per game. Tight ends are averaging 5.8 catches for 66 yards with six touchdowns vs. Dallas.
Drafted by the Cowboys, Bennett spent his first four seasons in Dallas. He faced the Cowboys last year as a member of the Giants, catching eight passes for 69 yards and a touchdown in two meetings.
Bennett has slumped after a strong start. He's not a thrilling option. Consider him a low-end TE1 in Week 14.
No longer a complementary piece,
Jeffery is the No. 5 Fantasy wideout, one spot behind Marshall, after going off for 12 catches, 249 yards and two touchdowns against Minnesota. He's fourth in the NFL with 1,103 receiving yards, and eighth among receivers with 118 targets, six fewer than Marshall.
Jeffery is the eighth player in NFL history with a pair of 200-yard receiving games in one season. One note of caution: After his first 200-yard game, Jeffery came back with a clunker, catching a 27-yard pass and getting a 15-yard run vs. the Giants.
He'll do more against Dallas. The Cowboys give up the 14th-most Fantasy points to receivers (22.8 per game).
It doesn't matter whether Josh McCown or Jay Cutler starts at quarterback. Jeffery has thrived with both. Physically dominant at 6-3, 216 pounds, and with tremendous leaping ability, Jeffery will be too much for Dallas' secondary. He's a top-10 play Monday night.
Marshall remains the Bears' No. 1 receiver despite Alshon Jeffery's Week 13 explosion. In fact, Jeffery's outburst should benefit Marshall.
In the Bears' overtime loss to Minnesota, Jeffery went off for 12 catches, 249 yards and two touchdowns while Marshall was held to four grabs for 45 yards. That could mean less bracket coverage on Marshall.
Dallas gives up 22.8 Fantasy points per game to opposing receivers, tied for 14th most. The No. 4 Fantasy wideout, Marshall usually comes back strong after lackluster games. Consider him a top-5 play Week 14.
Coming off his second 100-yard rushing game,
Dallas did a nice job stopping the run on Thanksgiving vs. the Raiders. But the Cowboys were embarrassed the four previous games, allowing 717 rushing yards and eight touchdowns (two receiving) to running backs.
Forte has gone over 100 yards from scrimmage in three straight games. The No. 4 Fantasy running back, he has 58 catches and eight total touchdowns. Look for Forte to run wild Monday night and hurt Dallas as a receiver too.
All three CBSSports.com Fantasy experts rank Forte among the top four running backs this week.
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