Halfway through the NFL season is a good time to reevaluate your fantasy team as you inch closer to the playoffs. Take a look at injuries lists and waiver wires, and keep making moves to get to the top of your league. If you have Bears on your team, here is what to do on Sunday:
Jay Cutler: The good news for the quarterback is that the Vikings don't force quarterbacks to make mistakes that he is prone to. They, like the Bears, only have 12 sacks this season. They've also only picked off opposing QBs six times, and haven't returned a TD for a score at all. A mistake-free day can be paydirt for your team.
Johnny Knox: As goes Cutler, so goes Knox. The wideout is averaging 65 yards per game, but really needs to start catching the ball in end zone to help both his team and your fantasy team.
Defense: If there's anything you can count on, it's that Brett Favre is going to throw an interception. He's thrown 13 so far this season. A few interceptions by D.J. Moore and Tim Jennings can bolster your fantasy team.
Matt Forte: Remember that balanced attack the Bears featured last week? Get over it. The Vikings only allow 96.3 yards on the ground per game. Couple that with the fact that the Bears have turned to Chester Taylor on more running situations, and Forte just isn't going to contribute much to your team.