Week Four Analysis: The Bears seem to be that defense that is always near the top of the fantasy rankings every season. One could say that the Bears are who we thought they were. Tony Romo is not quite who he thinks we know he is. After the Cowboys offense looked great in Week 1, they've sputtered to five sacks and five turnovers over the last two weeks. What's more concerning for Cowboys fans is that they've scored only 23 points in those two weeks. Things seem primed for a tough defensive game on Monday night.
Week Three Analysis: Strange things happen in the Windy City. The Bears defense, for instance, plays some crazy-good football. In their last five home games, Chicago has 16 forced turnovers, eight sacks and three defensive touchdowns. That's only five games people! What are they going to do when Sam Bradford comes to town? The young quarterback has only thrown two touchdown passes to four interceptions in his last five road games.
Week One Analysis: Oh look, another traditionally great fantasy defense facing off against a rookie quarterback in his first ever game. I wonder how that will go. Let me tell ya', it probably won't go well. The last rookie quarterback to start for the Colts, some guy named Manning, threw 11 interceptions in his first four pro games, including three in his debut. I would like Luck's chances if he was facing off against Minnesota or his own defense, but the Bears led most fantasy formats in defensive scoring last season, highlighted by 31 takeaways and six defensive touchdowns.