RB - NYG - IR
Taquan Mizzell caught five of six targets for 62 yards in the Bears’ loss to the Titans in Thursday’s preseason finale.
Mizzell did all of his damage in the passing game and didn't receive a carry in Thursday's loss. Though he played well in fill-in work last season, Mizzell is uncertain to make the final roster for 2019-20.
Taquan Mizzell rushed four times for negative one yards and failed to bring in either of his two targets in the Bears’ preseason loss to the Giants on Friday.
Mizzell finished this game in the negative on four total touches after going for 35 yards in Week 1 of the preseason. He's likely to make the team for a third season, but Mizzell will be nothing more than a depth piece on a loaded Chicago offense.
Mizzell rushed two times for 14 yards and added two receptions on three targets for an additional 21 yards in the Bears' 23-13 loss to the Panthers in Thursday's preseason opener.
Mizzell showed off in the passing game, as is his specialty. He went for 94 scrimmage yards in 2018 in his second year with the Bears, finishing with 78 receiving yards and a TD. He'll likely be buried on the depth chart behind Mike Davis, David Montgomery, and Tarik Cohen.
Taquan Mizzell had three carries for seven yards and two receptions for 16 yards in the Bears overtime loss to the Giants in Week 13.
One week after scoring a touchdown, Mizzell saw a season-high five touches in Week 13. He is starting to carve out a small niche role in the Bears offense but not enough to be considered in fantasy.
Taquan Mizzell had two receptions for 21 yards including a 10-yard TD catch from Chase Daniel in the second quarter. He added a seven-yard run during the 23-16 win over the Lions
Mizzell matched his season total of touches with three on Thursday. He made the most of his opportunities, finding the end zone for the first time. He can likely be ignored in fantasy circles.