WR - CHI
Week 8 Outlook
Anthony Miller caught all three of his targets for eight yards in the Bears’ 23-16 win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Miller has fallen behind Darnell Mooney, Jimmy Graham, and David Montgomery for looks behind Allen Robinson and is barely an afterthought in the Bears' offense. He’s not a fantasy-relevant receiver right now.
Anthony Miller caught all four of his targets for just 28 yards on Thursday night.
Miller was involved during the game, but was unable to create too much after the catch. The Bears did were not looking to push the ball down the field with Nick Foles at quarterback. Miller should continue to see four to six targets a game, but it will be hard for Miller to have much of an impact with such a low depth of targets.
Anthony Miller caught three of five targets for 16 yards in the Bears’ 19-11 loss to the Colts on Sunday.
Miller couldn't get much going here, as the Bears' offense had trouble moving the ball all game. Miller should have better days ahead, though he remains largely a boom-or-bust option even with Nick Foles under center.
Anthony Miller corralled two of five targets for 41 yards and a TD in the Bears’ 30-26 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
Miller had a solid showing in this one, and just like in Game 1’s comeback, Miller was on the receiving end of the go-ahead touchdown here, as he hauled in a 28-yard score with under two minutes to play. Miller has a chance to be flex-worthy moving forward with the more competent Nick Foles under center.
Anthony Miller failed to bring in any of his three targets in the Bears’ 17-13 win over the Giants on Sunday.
Miller had a promising start to the season with a touchdown in Week 1, but like much of last season, he failed to be consistent for a second straight week. The talent is there, but the opportunity is not, and Miller is simply a boom-or-bust option in Chicago’s bottom-of-the-barrel passing attack.