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Matt Forte has been the centerpiece of the Bears offense since his rookie year in 2008 and has always produced in fantasy leagues.
He's had at least 1,000 rushing yards in two of his four seasons in the NFL, but an MCL injury sidelined him in Week 13 when he was only three yards away from 1,000.
Forte is one of the most versatile running backs in the league and is just as dangerous in the passing game as he is in the running game.
He's had 223 catches since coming into the league and has had at least 470 receiving yards in every season during that span.
While Forte will rack up the yards, he'll continue to have a difficult time finding the end zone. He only had three rushing touchdowns last season, while then-backup Marion Barber finished with five touchdowns in a seven-game span.
Forte has always been the primary receiver in Chicago because the team hasn't had a reliable No. 1 since he was drafted. Brandon Marshall's arrival may diminish Forte's value in the receiving game, but if opposing defenses double up Marshall, Forte could explode for big chunks of yards.
He may even score some touchdowns here and there.