Anthony Miller, WR, Chicago Bears
It wasn’t looking good for most of the game and he played less than half the snaps, but Miller ended up with four catches for 76 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against the Detroit Lions. That was a nice continuation of a good run late last season, and still points toward a potential breakout season for the third-year man.
A stretch of nice matchups is coming for the Bears’ passing game, with the New York Giants (Week 2), Atlanta Falcons (Week 3), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Week 5) and Carolina Panthers (Week 6) on the slate. Miller should play more, assuming Matt Nagy and the offensive coaches come to their senses.
Miller is likely to up-and-down, due to his quarterback situation and the lack of usage he had in Week 1 as a possible red flag. But he can be added in as depth where available in leagues with 12 or more teams
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