Brandon Marshall continues to be only fantasy option in Bears passing game

Jonathan Daniel

Brandon Marshall was the only productive receiver for the Chicago Bears in a 28-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall got a lot of looks from Jay Cutler in the Bears 28-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Marshall caught 12 passes for 92 yards.

Marshall was targeted 17 times out of 31 total passes from Cutler, accounting for more than half of the Bears pass attempts and receptions.

Fantasy Impact: Marshall was happy to see the return of Cutler on Sunday. The wide receiver has been targeted over 10 times in each of Cutler's last six starts. He was only targeted four times as Cutler sat out against the 49ers.

Marshall has been a beast this season and continues to be the Bears only threat in the passing game. Start him every week.

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