Chicago Bears: 5 sneaky Lions players to watch in Week 4

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Chicago Bears, Amon-Ra St.Brown
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Sneaky players the Chicago Bears must watch: Amon-Ra St. Brown

The rookie fourth-round pick was believed to be in line for a bigger role when he was drafted due to the lack of depth in front of him at the position, however, we have yet to see it. Amon-Ra St.Brown, who was a five-star recruit coming out of high school, hasn’t seen a large enough workload to merit much of a fantasy ceiling, but this Lions offense is weird.

In Week 2, Quintez Cephus led the receiving group, in Week 3 it was Khalif Raymond. The lack of consistency from the wideout position could open the door for St.Brown to take advantage.

The Lions will likely rely heavily on its running back duo and T.J. Hockenson, but St.Brown has the most potential in the wideout room and should have an eye kept on him.

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Sneaky players the Chicago Bears must watch: Quintez Cephus

Quintez Cephus led the team’s wideout group in Week 2 against the Green Bay Packers but was relatively quiet in Week 3 against the Ravens. Now it’s uncertain how he’ll do against the Bears.

While Cephus is likely to be the top wideout, it wouldn’t be shocking to see Jaylon Johnson matchup against T.J. Hockenson this weekend. With not much depth past Johnson, it could be a big game for Cephus, who could garner a large target share.