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NFC North
Soldier Field
Head Coach
Matt Nagy
Offensive Coordinator
Mark Helfrich
Defensive Coordinator
Chuck Pagano
Special Teams Coach
Chris Tabor
Defensive Scheme
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Mitch Trubisky Learning Expanded Playbook

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky's up-and-down performance in training camp could be attributed to a vast expansion of the team's playbook. Reports of interceptions have trickled out of Bears camp, and the third-year quarterback is not expected to play another snap in the preseason. So there is plenty of trepidation for fantasy owners and Bears fans alike, but this could be a product of a playbook that quarterback Alex Smith once said took him "five years to master." Head coach Matt Nagy has intimated to reporters that he simply is overloading Trubisky now so they can simplify and amplify what he does best. This should include plenty of roll-outs, quick throws and unique formations to give Trubisky a chance to succeed in 2019. Trubisky is not quite a top-12 QB choice in fantasy yet, but he will be a highly coveted backup heading into drafts.

19 hours ago
Mike Davis Should Be Active In Red Zone

Chicago Bears running back Mike Davis is enjoying a quiet, workman-like approach to his first training camp with the Bears. Davis did not play a snap in the Bears preseason loss to the Giants but none of the starters came within one yard of the field. Rookie David Montgomery has impressed coaches early on but will have to continue to improve to earn the trust to become a starter. This opens the door for Davis who, in a shared backfield in Seattle last season, ranked 32 among NFL running backs with 21 touches in the red zone. Davis racked up 93 red zone yards last season, more than the Packers Aaron Jones, the Jaguars Leonard Fournette or the Dolphins Kenyan Drake. Davis' current ADP represents great value for a player that should make an impact early on in the regular season.

19 hours ago
David Montgomery Not Expected To Play Rest Of Preseason

Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery is expected to not play in the final two preseason games. The rookie made an impressive debut in the first exhibition game but did not suit up against the Giants last Friday. It appears the coaching staff has seen enough to know they need Montgomery healthy when the bell rings in Week 1. While he is not expected to dominate the carries right out of the gate, Montgomery has the talent to become the main threat in the backfield by season's end. The rookie will carry plenty of RB2/3 value heading into fantasy drafts as long as fantasy owners can be patient with the early returns as he earns the starting role in Chicago.

19 hours ago
Tarik Cohen Still Has His Doubters

Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen will enter the third season of his career with plenty to prove despite being named to the All-Pro team in 2018 as a kick/punt returner. For a player a dynamic and exciting as Cohen, it has been a quiet camp. This mostly can be attributed to the Bears attempt to keep their best players healthy and fresh for the start of the season. Cohen should play a huge part in the Bears offensive game plan this season but has disappeared at times during games. Cohen's touches also could be diminished as free agent acquisition Mike Davis and rookie David Montgomery look to make their mark. Cohen deserves to be drafted in all formats but will be a feast-or-famine FLEX option come Week 1.

19 hours ago
Allen Robinson Believes He Is "Totally Different Player" In '19

Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson is enjoying an excellent, healthy camp with just a few weeks to go until Week 1. Robinson has not played a snap in the preseason, nor will he in the final two games, but believes he is poised for a huge season. "I look like a totally different player," Robinson told reporters. "Last year I didn't start running routes until about June. Being able to have that 8-10 week span before training camp-on my own-I think that was most beneficial." Robinson signed via free agency last season but was recovering from a torn ACL at the time. The veteran believes his rehab extended all the way through the regular season but now he is 100% healthy. The Bears passing game should improve this season but at what rate will depend upon quarterback Mitch Trubisky's growth. Robinson could be in line for a huge year if the offense takes a step forward.

18 hours ago