RB Matt Forté should have another productive game against the Lions' 24th-ranked run defense in Week 13.
This week, Hub says Jay Cutler definitely makes his list of the top 10 quarterbacks under 30 years old and that he'd be surprised if Tommie Harris is still with the Bears next season.
The Dolphins have done a pretty good job of shutting down tight ends of late and this may not be the week to play Greg Olsen.
Bears RB Matt Forté has disappointed fantasy owners in the past, but he is worth a start in all formats against the Bills.
If offensive coordinator Mike Martz can find ways to get TE Greg Olsen open, which he hasn't done a great job of doing lately, the Bears' offense could have one of its better games of the season.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz said this week that the Bears need to run the ball more, which may not have been good news for owners with Jay Cutler on their roster.
Each Wednesday throughout the season we'll identify one player, coach or area of the Bears that is under the microscope. The week, TE Greg Olsen is the choice.
Fantasy owners should steer clear of starting any Bears wide receivers in Week Five.
Bears TE Greg Olsen should be lined up across from Giants SLB Clint Sintim often on Sunday evening.
While it would appear a greatly reduced role could be in the cards for Bears TE Greg Olsen in the team's revamped offensive system, we hear reports of his possible departure are premature.
Mike Martz has a history of using his tight ends as blockers, but our NFC Whispers say the presence of Greg Olsen in the Bears' lineup may change that pattern.
The Bears' new offensive coordinator needs to get a lot more out of TE Greg Olsen, who quickly became QB Jay Cutler’s good buddy off the field but had a hit-or-miss connection with him on the field.