After an extended 4-week absence, Fields is expected to suit up for the Bears’ divisional showdown in Detroit against the red-hot Lions. The last time we saw Fields, he was coming off of two straight Top-3 finishes at the quarterback position in back-to-back games against Denver and Washington while propelling WR D.J. Moore to fantasy stardom. The Bears have struggled on offense, to say the least, with their third-year signal caller sidelined – and while Tyson Bagent played admirably for an undrafted rookie, the Bears offense lacked the dynamism that Fields will provide moving forward. D.J. Moore and company will get a significant upgrade with Fields back under center in Chicago, and fantasy managers can expect a rock-solid floor from him on a weekly basis with a ceiling as high as it’s been in his short career so far. He draws a tough matchup against Detroit in Week 11, but has a much better matchup on tap in Week 12 before Chicago’s Week 13 bye.
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