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All statistics and snap counts are taken directly from the NFL’s Game Statistic and Information System Youth Eddie Goldman Jersey , as are the accompanying pictures.The Chicago Bears win against the New York Jets, coupled with from losses of the other three teams in the NFC North, has the Bears back atop the division. It wasn’t a pretty win, but the NFL isn’t judged on style points. The Bears did enough in all three phases to pull out the important victory in a game they were expected to win. Beating teams you’re supposed to beat is a trait of good teams, and the Bears have another one coming up in a week against the Buffalo Bills. The Bears started slow, they only led 7-3 at the half, but they pulled away and ended up dominating the overall numbers.Chicago had the edge in total yards (395 to 207), yards per offensive play (6.1 to 3.8), first downs (22 to 12), and time of possession (32:44 to 27:16). The Bears were also only penalized twice for 25 yards, to 8 for 45 from the Jets.Let’s take a closer look at the playing time break downs for the Bears, and also some individual stats.OffenseIt wasn’t the crispest of games for Mitchell Trubisky, but he ended up 16 of 29 for 220 yards, with 2 touchdowns and a passer rating of 102.7. The second quarter was where he struggled the most, going 2 for 9, but he bounced back after the half to go 11 for 16. He also continued to do damage with his feet running for 51 yards on 6 carries. The game’s leading rusher was Jordan Howard, who went for 81 yards on 22 carries, with a TD. Tarik Cohen added 40 yards on 5 carries, plus a huge 70 yard TD reception on his only catch of the afternoon. The other TD catch went to rookie Anthony Miller who caught 3 of the 7 balls thrown his way for 37 yards. He also had 1 run for 7 yards. Taylor Gabriel and Josh Bellamy led the Bears with 4 receptions apiece, with Gabriel getting 52 yards and Bellamy getting 37. Kevin White caught 1 for 6 yards, and Trey Burton had 3 receptions for 18 yards. DefenseThe Bears’ pass rush wasn’t as bad as the stats would seem, as they did get Jets’ QB Sam Darnold off his spot a little bit, but they only had 1 sack and 2 QB hits. They do need Khalil Mack back, and healthy , if they have any chance to stay in first place this year.The Bears held Darnold to a 75.8 passer rating. Nickleback Bryce Callahan had the lone sack, and he also had 4 tackles, 3 passes defended, and a tackle for loss. Also, check out how much time the Bears spent in nickle (98%), and the Jets still couldn’t run against them. New York running backs only managed 35 yards on 19 carries (1.8 ypc). The Bears starting secondary only had 6 tackles between them (that’s a good thing). Safety Eddie Jackson had a costly unnecessary roughness penalty however.OLBs Leonard Floyd had 2 tackles, Aaron Lynch had 1, and Isaiah Irving had 2. Floyd has been the talk of some trade rumors, but I doubt he goes anywhere. While he’s still looking for his first sack, he’s played well against the run, and the Bears don’t have the depth behind him to move him.Inside linebackers Danny Trevathan and Roquan Smith were 1-2 in tackles yesterday with 7 and 5 respectively. Trevathan added a pass defense, and Smith had a TFL. Roy Robertson-Harris had 4 tackles (and a TFL), and Eddie Goldman also had 4 tackles. The other QB hit went to Akiem Hicks, who also had 3 tackles. Bilal Nichols played the third most snaps among the d-linemen and he ended up with 3 tackles. Special TeamsThe players listed above only appeared in the third phase.Ben Braunecker had the Bears only special teams tackle, and he was also evaluated for a concussion during the game. Cody Parkey missed a 40 yard field goal, but he hit one from 32, made all 3 extra points, and went 5 for 5 on touchbacks. Patrick O’Donnell had a 45 yard average on 5 punts and he placed 2 inside the 20. The Bears have only allowed 51 punt return yards this season, which is 5th least in the league. Quarterback play has dominated the fantasy football scene during the first three weeks, which, in turn, has not led to fruitful results from the majority of running backs who were selected long before the first passer came off the boards.Outside of Todd Gurley and Alvin Kamara, most of the high-end backs need a fantasy wake-up call, and several should be able to answer in Week 4.That being said , don't expect the grip that quarterbacks_and the receivers who have benefited from them_have on fantasy leagues to slip this week, especially with a handful of passers sitting on favorable matchups that will keep their strong starts afloat.START: Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons: Looking more like the fantasy beast he was in 2016, Ryan has thrown for 646 yards and seven touchdowns in his last two games. The rise of rookie receiver Calvin Ridley and the ability to finally convert red zone visits into touchdowns have been key factors for Ryan, who gets a Bengals defense that allows 270 passing yards per game and is 25th in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks. It's also another home game, which is where Ryan has been devastating the past two weeks.SIT: Carson Wentz, QB, Eagles: Half of the Eagles' 120 passing attempts have gone to either Nelson Agholor or Zach Ertz. Agholor owns 75 percent of the team's targets to wide receivers. Add the fact that the Titans are 11th in pass defense and the numbers don't favor Wentz in his second game back into the lineup. Don't expect too many downfield shots from Wentz 鈥?he has no receiver to take long shots. Philadelphia has just five completions of better than 20 yards.START: T.Y. Hilton, WR, Colts: Hilton would be among the highest-paid receivers in the game if he could face the Texans' defense on a weekly basis. In 12 career games against Houston, Hilton has 63 catches for 1,131 yards and nine touchdowns while recording five 100-yard games. This should be the game Andrew Luck and the Colts ditch the short, safe stuff and improve upon a 7.8 yards per catch average.SIT: Isaiah Crowell, RB, Jets: Yes, Crowell did score a pair of short touchdowns in last week's loss to the Browns, but that doesn't hide the fact he has rushed for 69 yards on 28 carries over his last two games. That 2.4 yards per carry isn't going to get much better against a Jaguars run defense that is eighth in fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs and has given up one rushing touchdown.START: Trey Burton, TE, Bears: The Buccaneers defense has been shredded by the Eagles and Steelers tight ends in consecutive weeks, and while Burton has been disappointing so far, he gets a great chance to rebound. Chicago is 29th in yards per attempt (5.7) but need to take the gloves off quarterback Mitchell Trubisky as he lines up against a Tampa defense that has allowed a league-high 1,088 yards and 11 touchdowns through the air.SIT: Jordy Nelson, WR Womens Eddie Goldman Jersey , Raiders: Last week's six catches for 173 yards against the Dolphins will likely be Nelson's high watermark for the season. It's easy to get sucked into believing Nelson is trending upward, but keep in mind that he had just five receptions for 53 yards in his first two games. The Browns are sixth in pass defense and have allowed just two touchdown tosses. With the kind of pressure quarterback Derek Carr will face, Oakland's passing game will be short-circuited.START: John Brown, WR, Ravens: The Steelers are one of three teams that have allowed at least 200 yards per game to opposing wide receivers. Brown has shown his big-play prowess with Baltimore, having recorded a reception of at least 29 yards in each game this season. He averages 18.5 yards per catch and won't need too many targets to put up big fantasy numbers against a Pittsburgh defense that has given up 15 completions of better than 30 yards.SIT: LeSean McCoy, RB, Bills: Shady is no longer a must-start caliber back. He's rushed for 61 yards on 16 carries and missed last week's win over the Vikings with a rib injury. McCoy plans on giving it a go, but it looks like the Bills are showing an increased commitment to Chris Ivory in what will be a favorable matchup against the Packers, who are 27th in rushing yards allowed. There will be mild affection for McCoy in PPR leagues, but it's time to accept the fact the wear and tear of a decade of excellence is starting to show on McCoy.START: Case Keenum, QB, Broncos: Held without a passing touchdown the last two games, Keenum gets a Chiefs defense that has allowed 363 yards per game and seven touchdowns. There is some risk in playing a quarterback on Monday night who is on a downward trend, but the Chiefs have shown no inclination toward bolstering their pass defense. A fast-paced game works into the strengths of Keenum, who has the receiving corps to light up Kansas City throughout the night.SIT: Dion Lewis, RB, Titans: After getting 24 touches in Week 1, Lewis has a combined 27 touches in the last two games. He has not been the PPR weapon he was with the Patriots, having been targeted just four times in the last two contests. Not having quarterback Marcus Mariota available has hurt Lewis' receiving production, and with Blaine Gabbert slated for at least one more start, Lewis is a huge risk, especially against an Eagles defense that has allowed a league-low 185 rushing yards in their first three games.
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