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Bears fantasy report: Week 11

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By William Del Pilar

Here are some of the Bears' fantasy football options this week:                  

Don't worry about RB Matt Forté, who only had 67 yards from scrimmage in Week 10. Even elites have average games. He'll bounce back and is a weekly must-start.

RB Marion Barber (13-27-0) had a season-high in rush attempts, but is a boom-or-bust player with four TDs in six games. Because of his high TD count, he warrants fantasy consideration as an injury fill-in.

WR Roy Williams has posted his best numbers of the season over the past three weeks and led the team in receiving. The Chargers are beatable through the air and he warrants consideration in larger leagues.

While having a great game as a return man with a TD, WR Devin Hester did not register a target as a receiver. Most leagues don't use return yards and in those leagues he has minimal fantasy value.

The Bears' defense looked like the team from 1985, generating six turnovers, two sacks and two defensive TDs, plus one punt return TD. A defense that hot warrants another start against Philip Rivers, who leads the league in interceptions.  

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