4 Chicago Bears players to ‘buy high’ in fantasy football this season

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With living-room general managers firing up the computer to get ready for the 2021 Fantasy Football season, it’s time to see which players are getting drafted way too low, specifically players who are on the Chicago Bears.

An aspect of fantasy football that’s a focal point for many is the draft.

Which Chicago Bears should you buy high this year in fantasy football?
Whether your “War Room” is closer to Matt Nagy’s or Bill Belichik’s, the draft is something that even the most novice fantasy football players research before.

Nothing is worse than being the person who drafts someone way too high. I’m not speaking from experience, I promise.

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Now, the Chicago Bears haven’t necessarily been the team to target when drafting skill players in fantasy football, but with the offense trending upward, this could be the year that Bears players fall into some of your laps.

The players that I’ll be showcasing are the ones that might be ready for a breakout season, or maybe it’s because of how low their draft position is.

Something that I’ll be referencing is ADP, which in fantasy football stands for “average draft position”, or where they’re usually taken in fantasy drafts among combined reports across different platforms.

For example, if Justin Fields is drafted No. 1 in one league and No. 10 in another league, his ADP will fall around No. 5 between those two leagues.

Alright, without further ado, who are the four Chicago Bears players that fantasy football general managers should buy high on? Also, let it be known that all of the ranking and averages will be based on PPR (point per reception) league settings.