Martellus Bennett has quiet fantasy game in Monday Night Football win

Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett makes a fantasy grab against the Dallas Cowboys - Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett caught five passes for 43 yards in the Week 14 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett caught five passe for 43 yards in the Week 14 win over the Dallas Cowboys. It was a quiet night for the tight end as he watched another Bennett score a touchdown when Earl Bennett caught a Josh McCown pass in the end zone in the waning moments of the first quarter. Going into the Monday Night Football game, Bennett was averaging 45.4 yards per game and had 545 receiving yards and five touchdowns.

Fantasy impact: Bennett has been relatively quiet going down the stretch with only one touchdown in the past six games. It was expected that Bennett would put up better numbers against a Dallas defense giving up the fourth most fantasy points to tight ends but it didn't happen. The Bears will face the Cleveland Browns in Week 15. They are giving up the twelfth most fantasy points to tight ends.

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