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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2020 Draft Rankings
David Montgomery Note
David Montgomery photo 25. David Montgomery (vs . GB)
Montgomery had a rough 2019 season, but there are plenty of reasons to expect him to be much better in 2020. He has no real competition for carries, he was used heavily within the 10-yard line last year, and the entire Chicago offense should be better either because Mitch Trubisky improves or the team benches him eventually for Nick Foles. Although his season-long outlook is good, he suffered a groin injury in camp and is expected to miss 2-to-4 weeks, putting Week 1 in jeopardy. Unless the Bears sign another running back of significance, however, you can draft Montgomery and expect him to be back at full strength shortly after the start of the season. Take the draft day discount, however, and target him more as a mid-tier Flex play.
12 weeks ago
Tarik Cohen Note
Tarik Cohen photo 42. Tarik Cohen (vs . GB)
Cohen had a down year last season (like most others in the Chicago offense), but it was largely just his lack of big plays. He's a lock for at least 70 catches, which makes him someone you can start as a Flex play in half- and full-PPR leagues. He's not going to cut into David Montgomery's carries very much, but with Montgomery potentially missing the first game or two with a groin injury, Cohen could get additional work early. Either way, as he often does, he's likely to outperform his average draft position.
13 weeks ago
Lamar Miller Note
Lamar Miller photo 106. Lamar Miller (vs . GB)
Ryan Nall Note
Ryan Nall photo 108. Ryan Nall (vs . GB)
Artavis Pierce Note
Artavis Pierce photo 155. Artavis Pierce (vs . GB)