# Chicago Bears, Def
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|Fantasy Stats||MFL Player Stats|
|2015 Fantasy Points by Week|
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|Strength of Schedule|
|Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.|
|Week 1 Projections|
|The Texans are traditionally a running team, and this will be emphasized even more as they work Brock Osweiler in as their quarterback. Expect a few sacks as these guys can get after the quarterback, but limited passing attempts will keep the opportunity for turnover to a minimum as well.|
|3 Sacks, 1 Ints, 1 Fumbles|
|As Dan Wiederer of The Chicago Tribune wrote, the Bears were hardly a big-play defense in 2015. 'You may not have noticed -- because it can be difficult to notice something that isn't there -- but the Bears defense didn't score a single touchdown in 2015. Not one. That hadn't happened since 1997,' he said, 'and it's only a small fragment of the evidence that exposes a unit in dire need of more game-changing playmakers. Defensively, the Bears created only 14 takeaways all season and had seven games without even one. They ranked second-to-last in the league in interceptions with eight -- and half of those came from linebackers.' The Bears added free agents like linebackers Danny Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman in free agency and hit the defense early and often in the 2016 NFL draft, but it's hard to imagine a turnaround so drastic and sudden that the Bears are fantasy-relevant in 2016.|
No current injury information exists for Chicago Bears |
|Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker|