Brandon Marshall (shoulder) was limited in practice, a top-10 fantasy WR in Week 14

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Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall was limited in practice on Wednesday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was limited in Wednesday's practice, via Sean Jensen. The Bears pass-catcher has been fighting through a shoulder injury but hasn't missed any significant time.

The No. 1 wide out for Chicago will be expected to start this Sunday in a divisional match-up with the Minnesota Vikings.

Fantasy Analysis: Marshall will be a top fantasy wide out this week. He has battled through this injury and remained productive for Chicago. With Jay Cutler back behind center, Marshall could go off again in Week 14.

Make sure Marshall is in your lineup this week, and consider him a great WR1 against the Vikings secondary. He should net a good amount of points for owners in the fantasy playoffs.

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