Chicago Bears: Winners and losers from win over Seahawks

September 17, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)
September 17, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) /
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Loser: Fantasy Owners

If you had any member of the Chicago Bears (with the exception of the defense) on your fantasy team, well, Monday night might not have went too well.

Jordan Howard recorded just 9.8 points in PPR-scoring. Trey Burton recored a score of 12.2. Mitch Trubisky? Just 14.4 points.

Chances are you didn’t have Anthony Miller, who exceeded expectations with nine points.

The Bears put up 24 points, but didn’t do too much in the fantasy department. The offense wasn’t really firing on all cylinders, nobody stood out, and if you needed a big game out of someone, you didn’t get it.

The only saving grace would have been if you had Allen Robinson in a PPR format, because his 10 catches were a career-best. Those 10 grabs went for 83 yards, giving him a respectable 18.3 points.

There’s always a solid amount of anticipation for Monday night games, mostly because of fantasy implications. Jordan Howard is a starter in pretty much every single league, with Burton being a starter in most as well.

If you’re a Bears fan, I’m sure you’ll take the win over a good fantasy night. I know that I will. But for people with no personal connection to this game other than fantasy implications, Monday night probably went really bad.

The Bears picked up a nice, gritty win. However, those never result in a pretty box score. People who were banking on big performances on Monday almost definitely didn’t get them. Ultimately, all fantasy owners were losers on Monday night.