Jason Campbell injury: Missed practice as Jay Cutler prepares to return, fantasy value still nil

Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE

With Cutler looking to return from his own injury, maybe the Bears won't be forced to go with a third quarterback. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jason Campbell sat out Wednesday practice with a rib injury that was suffered in Monday night's loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Campbell returned to the game to play through the injury.

The Bears are hopeful that Jay Cutler (concussion) is able to return this week to start against the Minnesota Vikings. If Cutler and Campbell were unable to go, Josh McCown was recently signed after Cutler went down.

Fantasy Take: There's not much to talk of "fantasy" with Campbell, who was downright bad on Monday. To be fair, the 49ers have a great defense, but Chicago had zero ability to move the ball in the first half, with negative one passing yard at intermission.

Cutler isn't much better of a fantasy option, but does wonders for Brandon Marshall.

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