1. Tyson Bagent will force the ball to D.J. Moore
If there is one thing we saw from the Chicago Bears' loss to the Minnesota Vikings, it is that Bagent knows where to go when the pressure is coming. He threw an awful interception by forcing a ball to D.J. Moore, but the Bears would rather see him trust Moore than not. Of course, a better pass is needed, but that can come when less pressure is on Bagent and he has a playbook designed for him.
Tyson Bagent threw 14 passes on Sunday, and six of them went to D.J. Moore. If he throws nearly half of his passes at Moore, it is going to be a big day some way or the other. Moore caught four passes for 44 yards, and it could have been a bigger performance as well. All of that came from late in the third quarter, and it came with Bagent coming in off of the bench cold.
If the Chicago Bears are trailing, they are going to pepper Moore against this secondary. It may be ten catches on 20 targets, but Moore will find a way to produce. Fantasy football managers should trust this.