Week 15: Eating Crow and Told Ya So
TOLD YA SO
Wilson’s inexperience and Cutler’s ineptitude were on full display Monday evening. The second year receiver made plenty of mistakes, including a miscommunication with Smokin’ Jay that helped earn the QB his fifteenth interception of the season. Still, Wilson was able to put it together when it counted, catching an ugly short pass from one yard out and giving the Bears their first points of the contest. While I like the 22 year-old as a long-term prospect, Chicago’s offense is too unpredictable to rely on, especially in the Fantasy Super Bowl. Coming off a short week, the disheartened Bears will attempt to play for pride against a formidable Lions’ defense in Week 16. Wilson has dukes as a middling WR3, but should only be rolled out in an emergency type situation.
As predicted, Asiata remained Minnesota’s most utilized running back, carrying the rock 11 times for 36 yards and a touchdown. He was also heavily involved in the passing game…