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Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field | Coach: Marc Trestman
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense14th102.5 (18th)251.1 (11th)
Defense18th110.1 (13th)262.2 (24th)

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Brandon Marshall still getting the chances
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

With another poor showing Week 8 at New England, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has become a real headache for Fantasy owners. He caught three passes for 35 yards, giving him less than 50 yards in six of eight games this season. And despite his size and rapport with quarterback Jay Cutler, he's gone four straight games without a touchdown as well.

Now, you could argue his 10 targets were pretty good for a day when he was matched up with Darrelle Revis, but at this point, his owners are tired of hearing about targets and matchups. They just want results.

But of course, targets have a direct say in results, so as long as the targets haven't gone anywhere, you can trust the results will eventually be there, at least for a player of Marshall's caliber.

As CBSSports.com Fantasy Football analyst Dave Richard recently pointed out, four of Marshall's targets came in the end zone, so it's not like the Bears have lost faith in him. Sooner or later, he has to come through.

If you're debating what to do with him in Fantasy, you have an extra week to think about it. The Bears are on bye in Week 9 before visiting the Packers in Week 10.

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Bears could move Jordan Mills to left guard
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

With Bears offensive lineman Matt Slauson out for the season with a torn pectoral muscle, the team could shift Jordan Mills from right tackle to left guard, according to the Chicago Tribune. In fact, according to the paper, the team had already laid out plans to shift Mills at guard when they drafted him out of Louisiana Tech in 2013.

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Bears 'optimistic' Marquess Wilson will practice in next few weeks
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Bears general manager Phil Emery said the team is "optimistic" wide receiver Marquess Wilson will begin practicing in the next two weeks, according to the Chicago Tribune. Wilson has been on short-term injured reserve all season due to a shoulder injury.

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Torn pectoral muscle knocks Bears G Matt Slauson out for season
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Bears general manager Phil Emery told reporters that guard Matt Slauson tore his right pectoral muscle and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, per the team's official website. Slauson will not require surgery and should be fully recovered by the start of next season, according to the Chicago Tribune

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Bears LB Darryl Sharpton expected to miss first game after bye
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Bears general manager Phil Emery said Monday linebacker Darryl Sharpton is week to week after suffering a hamstring injury Sunday against the Patriots. Emery added Sharpton will likely miss Chicago's next game in Week 10 against the Packers. The team is on a bye Week 9.

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