Is there concern for Matt Forté's 0.2 yards per carry last week? Can WR Dane Sanzenbacher continue his TD run? Here's a look at some of the Bears' fantasy football options this week.
It would be no surprise if Chicago's cover-2 defense gives Cam Newton problems and creates at least one turnover.
Matt Forté is the best, and often only, thing the Bears' offense has going for it, and he's not happy the organization has yet to give him the reward he seeks.
The Bears' pass protection is still a concern, and it will be tested off the edges Sunday against the Panthers.
In this week's edition of Five Questions, PFW publisher and editor and Bears expert Hub Arkush says Chris Harris is one of the most overrated Bears players.
The Bears' running game has a good chance of reappearing in a big way against the Panthers.
The biggest contribution from a Bears rookie in Week Three came from an undrafted one — WR Dane Sanzenbacher.
Some people dismissed Mike Martz's preseason praise of Roy Williams as pie in the sky, and thus far, Williams is proving skeptics correct.
Teams have attacked the Bears' pass defense in the seams with tight ends thus far, and have had success doing it.
Fox Sports recently aired a story on Jay Cutler, in which it fabricated newspaper headlines to make its story look stronger, writes Barry Jackson.
PFW contacted the two men — Jerry Angelo and agent Adisa Bakari — at the center of Matt Forté's contract situation for an update on where things stand.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr gives his stock analysis of the Bears and identifies who, or what, is on the rise or decline following their Week Three loss to the Packers.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr selects an offensive, defensive and special-teams player of the game for the Bears, coming off their loss to the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 297 yards, including three touchdown passes to Jermichael Finley, and the Packers shut down the Bears 27-17.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr makes his prediction for the outcome of Sunday's game between the Packers and Bears.