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Harold Jones-Quartey had another big game on Sunday, finishing with six total tackles, all of which were solo.
Jones-Quartey has been playing very well in the second half of the season. He is young and could have a future with the Bears defense.
Harold Jones-Quartey played great given his opportunity to start again. He finished with nine tackles, seven of which were solo.
Jones-Quartey has been playing very well and proving to the Chicago Bears that he should remain on the field.
Bears head coach John Fox benched Harold Jones-Quartey in favor of Chris Prosinski early in Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Colts.
Fox said it was performance based. Jones-Quartey had one tackle and a pass breakup. He was in on the Dwayne Allen touchdown early in the game on fourth down where he missed his assignment. Prosinski came in and finished with a team-high eight tackles, but he got burned in coverage time and time again. Between Adrian Amos, Jones-Quartey and Prosinski, the Bears don't have a ball-hawking safety and that's a huge issue right now.
A week after S Adrian Amos went down with a concussion against the Eagles, his counterpart Harold Jones-Quartey did the same this week in Dallas.
Jones-Quartey exited early in the second half and Chris Prosinski replaced him. Jones-Quartey is important to this defense, he is a big hitter and the Bears need him on the back end.
The Bears did not let up a ton of passing yards, but unfortunate turnovers and inefficiency to stop the Eagles drives led to a 14-29 loss on Monday. Harold Jones-Quartey had his ups and downs too. He finished with four tackles.
Jones-Quartey is not a fantasy asset. After recording seven tackles in Week 1, his production dropped to four tackles in Week 2. You can consider those to likely be his ceiling and floor.