Brandon Marshall is probable for Week 12: Fantasy Implications

Ezra Shaw

Chicago Bears wide out Brandon Marshall (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 12. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears wide out Brandon Marshall was upgraded in practice this week and has been listed as probable for Sunday. In Week 12, the Bears receiver should be ready to go after fighting through a shoulder injury.

The Bears will face their NFC North rival in the Minnesota Vikings this week. Marshall should once again be an impact player for Chicago in a must-win game.

Fantasy Analysis: Marshall shouldn't be slowed this weekend as he has appears to be near 100-percent. With his quarterback expected to return, Marshall's value is back on the rise.

As a big target, Marshall is a QB-friendly receiver. Make sure he is in your starting lineup each week. Against the Vikings, Marshall could rack up the points. Consider him a WR1 this week.

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