By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Thu, Oct 1st 2020, 9:38am EDT
The Colts are now without both Parris Campbell and Michael Pittman indefinitely, meaning Pascal is a surefire every-down player moving forward. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean very much against the Bears defense that's allowed just one receiver to post more than 13.1 PPR points through three weeks despite facing the second-most targets to wide receivers. Pascal played most of his snaps in the slot for the second straight week, so it appears that's his new home. The Bears have Buster Skrine covering the slot, and though he might be the weakest link, he hasn't been bad with the Bears over his 19 games, allowing 66-of-99 passing for 649 yards and four touchdowns. That's just 6.56 yards per target and a touchdown every 24.8 targets in his coverage. Pascal might have some appeal, but against the Bears, there are better options out there.