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  • D'Onta Foreman Inactive For Week 17

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (coach's decision) is a healthy scratch for Week 17 versus the Atlanta Falcons. The veteran missed last Sunday's game due to a personal matter but returned to practice in a full capacity this week. In the end, though, he'll remain sidelined with Khalil Herbert, Roschon Johnson, and Travis Homer active at the running back position. Look for Herbert, who had 121 scrimmage yards last Sunday, to operate as Chicago's lead back while ranking as a low-end fantasy RB2.

    Dec 31 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Set To Return In Week 17

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman missed Week 16 due to personal reasons, but he logged a full practice on Wednesday and appears all set to return in Week 17. Khalil Herbert acted as the lead back in Week 16 and thrived, rushing for over 100 yards. Foreman has been the preferred back when the room is healthy, and he will likely slot back into the early-down rusher role in Week 17. While the veteran running back is unlikely to see a workload similar to other weeks this year where he saw at least 15 touches, he should see 10-12 opportunities, including some near the goal line. The Bears take on the Falcons in Week 17, who allow the second-fewest points per game to running backs this season. The Bears' backfield is likely better to avoid entirely due to their committee approach, especially ahead of a tough Week 17 matchup.

    Dec 29 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Practicing In Full On Wednesday

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (personal) missed the Week 16 game against the Arizona Cardinals due to personal reasons. He did not practice last Thursday and was a limited participant on Friday. Heading into Week 17, he's listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice. It's unclear what exactly held him out last week, but he could return and complicate the Bears' backfield on Sunday. In his absence, Khalil Herbert rushed 20 times for 112 yards and a touchdown. Foreman, Herbert, and rookie Roschon Johnson have all had their moments this season, so it's tough to know what to expect if all three are healthy and active against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 17.

    Dec 27 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Not Expected To Play In Week 16

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (personal) has been listed as questionable and is not expected to play versus the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. There had been some optimism about the veteran's status after he practiced on Friday, but he ultimately won't suit up. Chicago will rely on Justin Fields, Khalil Herbert, Roschon Johnson, and Travis Homer (hamstring) to run the football. Of that group, Fields and Johnson have the most fantasy appeal, but even Johnson is nothing more than a low-end RB3/FLEX play.

    Dec 24 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman, Cole Kmet Questionable To Face Cardinals

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (personal) and tight end Cole Kmet (quad) are officially questionable to play against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16. Both players practiced in a limited capacity on Friday. Foreman has produced mixed results over the last two weeks, ultimately totaling just 44 yards on 17 carries during that span. Even if active this week, it would be tough to trust him in fantasy lineups. Kmet, on the other hand, is a fringe TE1 option in most leagues. He has double-digit fantasy points in three consecutive games and found the end zone last weekend.

    Dec 22 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman Cole Kmet
  • Khalil Herbert In A Committee In Week 16

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    Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert has struggled to reclaim a significant role in the backfield after missing five games. In Week 15, the 25-year-old rushed six times for just eight yards and caught one pass for four yards. Since returning from injury, Herbert has yet to play more than 43% of the snaps, and that percentage has been decreasing each week. With Roschon Johnson handling most of the receiving work and D'Onta Foreman serving as the preferred early rusher and goal-line back, Herbert will need a standout performance to earn more carries. The Bears face the Cardinals in Week 16, a team allowing the most points per game to running backs this season. Unless Herbert can secure a touchdown, he is unlikely to offer much fantasy value in Week 16.

    Dec 22 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman Khalil Herbert Roschon Johnson
  • D'Onta Foreman Takes Personal Day Thursday

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman did not practice with the team on Thursday due to a personal issue. The Bears have another day of practice on Friday before the final designations are listed for Week 16 on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. As long as Foreman returns on Friday, he should be available to play this weekend. The 27-year-old returned from an injury in Week 14 and carried the ball 11 times for 50 yards, but he had just six carries for minus-six yards in last week's loss to the Cleveland Browns. Meanwhile, rookie Roschon Johnson was the most used and most effective back in Chicago's backfield. This has become a frustrating three-headed RB situation that also involves Khalil Herbert. Johnson probably has the most upside, but at best, Foreman and Johnson are low-upside, touchdown-dependent RB3/flex options in fantasy.

    Dec 21 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Ends With Negative Yards In Week 15

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman appeared to reclaim the lead in the backfield upon his return in Week 14, but Week 15 proved to be a challenging matchup against the Browns. The veteran running back ran six times for negative six yards and did not register a catch in the 20-17 loss. Despite starting the game, Foreman was quickly replaced by teammates Roschon Johnson and Khalil Herbert due to his struggles. While the Bears seem inclined to feature Foreman, he needs to run more efficiently when the backfield is healthy to maintain a solid volume. The 27-year-old has limited involvement in the passing game, and the Bears' offense doesn't provide ample opportunities for him to score touchdowns. In Week 16, facing the Cardinals, who allow the second-most points per game to running backs this season, the Bears are likely to continue a committee approach. Foreman must find success in his touches to avoid being phased out as the season closes.

    Dec 17 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • Roschon Johnson Leads Backfield In Week 15

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    Chicago Bears running back Roschon Johnson saw a season-low in usage during Week 14 with just one touch, but he emerged as the leader in the healthy Bears' backfield in Week 15. The rookie rushed five times for 36 yards and caught four of six targets for 24 yards in the team's 20-17 loss to the Browns. It was a challenging day overall for the Bears' offense, held to just 236 yards in Cleveland against the stingy Browns' defense. The Bears ran the ball 27 times, and Johnson led the running back room in touches and had only one less attempt than D'Onta Foreman and Khalil Herbert. The 22-year-old proved to be the most effective Bears running back in Week 15, with Foreman finishing with negative six yards and Herbert totaling 12 yards. In Week 16, the Bears face the Cardinals, who allow the second-most points per game to running backs this season. Following a disappointing performance from the veterans, Johnson could continue to lead the backfield in touches moving forward.

    Dec 17 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman Khalil Herbert Roschon Johnson
  • D'Onta Foreman Should Have Role In Week 15

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman reclaimed the lead role in Week 14 after returning from an ankle injury suffered in Week 11. This marked the fifth time this year the 27-year-old saw at least 10 rushing attempts, averaging at least four yards per carry in four of those five games. Foreman outpaced Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson in Week 14, leading them in snaps and having 10 more touches than both other backs, including all the receiving work. The Bears' rushing attack as a whole has been good this year, ranking in the top 10 in rush success rate. If the veteran back continues to lead this backfield, he holds value for fantasy managers. However, his performance may rely on touchdowns or receiving work to be above average. The Bears take on the Browns in Week 15, who allow the 19th-most points per game to running backs. With his exact role being unclear, Foreman is a risky play against a tough Browns' defense.

    Dec 15 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Leads Backfield In Week 14

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman resumed his role as the lead back in Week 14, rushing 11 times for 50 yards and catching two passes for 22 yards in the team's 28-13 victory over the Lions. After missing the Week 12 game and having a bye in Week 13, the veteran running back reclaimed his position as the primary back, displacing rookie Roschon Johnson, who featured in their previous game. Despite receiving 15 or more touches in five games this season, Foreman has only managed two games with 10 or more PPR points, highlighting his reliance on touchdowns for solid output. Facing the Browns in Week 15, a team that allows the 19th-most points per game to running backs this season, Foreman holds some value moving forward if he maintains his lead role. However, increased efficiency or finding the end zone will be crucial for him to become a reliable fantasy option for managers.

    Dec 10 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Set To Return In Week 14

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman, sidelined in Week 12 with an ankle injury, is set to return after the bye week. The 27-year-old has consistently produced at least 65 yards in games where he received significant touches, yet the emergence of Roschon Johnson and the presence of Khalil Herbert may limit his workload. Johnson is expected to handle the bulk of the receiving work while still seeing some handoffs, with Herbert and Foreman sharing the rushing attempts. While Foreman is likely to remain involved near the goal line, relying solely on touchdowns carries inherent risks. Facing the Lions in Week 14, who allow the fourth-fewest points per game to running backs this season, adds another layer of caution. It's advisable to keep Foreman out of lineups until there's clarity on his role moving forward, navigating the potential complexities in the Bears' backfield distribution.

    Dec 8 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman Practices In Full Again

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (ankle) was a full participant in practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Foreman tweaked his ankle in Week 11 and didn't play in Week 12 as a result. The team's Week 13 bye looks like it did Foreman some good and he's trending in the right direction to head into Sunday's Week 14 contest against the Detroit Lions without an injury designation. The 27-year-old had a good run as the Bears' starting back with Khalil Herbert on Injured Reserve from Weeks 6-11, picking up 365 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 87 carries. Rookie Roschon Johnson took over as the primary ball-carrier back in Week 12, though, and this backfield could be headed towards a frustrating three-headed committee now that Foreman is on the cusp of his return.

    Dec 7 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
  • D'Onta Foreman A Full Participant In Practice Off The Bye

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    Chicago Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (ankle) is practicing in full on Wednesday coming off of the team's Week 13 bye. Foreman was injured during the Week 12 loss to the Detroit Lions and was held out of Week 12 due to an ankle injury. His Wednesday practice status is a good sign for his return, but it could make things difficult for fantasy managers. Foreman, Khalil Herbert, and rookie Roschon Johnson could all split touches against the Lions in Week 14.

    Dec 6 · Source via Chicago Bears D'Onta Foreman
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