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I think the backfield is another one that can be acquired for dirt cheap. Broncos just got DESTROYED on the ground.
Khalil Herbert led the Bears with five carries for 23 yards in the first half but fumbled. Two carries in the second half.
Roschon Johnson had three carries for 22 yards in the first half. Five carries in the second half. Both ended with two receptions.
The fact that the Bears aren’t just deciding on one guy – opting for a split even though they are not running the ball at all – is super frustrating. Herbert played 55% of the snaps versus Johnson’ 45%. Herbert ran 11 routes to Johnson’s 9.
If you want to be hands off all Bears, be my guest. But running back is a dire position where we can’t afford to be super picky. Both are desperation RB3s even in a plus-matchup versus Denver.
Zack Moss with a low-key 30 carries in the OT victory (76% snap share). Also caught a TD. Workhorse until Jonathan Taylor returns. But who knows. Maybe JT still gets traded…setting up Moss to be a workhorse for the long haul. Worst case scenario is he gives you another usable week versus the Rams in Week 4, if and when Taylor reclaims RB1 duties for the Colts.
I’m telling you guys. Rookie WR Rashee Rice. Second in the team with 7 targets, catching five for 59 yards. Fell at the goal line TWICE. Also ran a route on 51% of dropbacks with Patrick Mahomes – a big uptick from the two weeks prior. Snaps also boosted to 51% – although some of those did come in garbage time.
Rice’s constant ability to command targets just three games into his rookie year bodes extremely well for his long-term outlook. Four targets from Mahomes in the first half as well – second behind only Travis Kelce. Skyy Moore was targeted six times (four from Mahomes) for a total of 4 catches for 42 yards.
Rice is second on the team with a 12% target share through three games.