2010 Fantasy Football Report: Chicago Bears Players vs. NFC North Rivals

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2010 Fantasy Football Report: Chicago Bears Players vs. NFC North Rivals

With the 2010 fantasy football season a few short months away, I thought I'd throw out a preliminary report on how the Bears players stack up against the rest of the NFC North fantasy stars.

I am going to rank them according to basic PPR fantasy league scoring rules: Six points for all TDs, negative-two points for all INT/fumbles lost, 0.5 points per reception, and one point for every 10 yards gained.

As for the kickers, I will use the standard three points for each field goal, one point for each extra point, and two bonus points for each 50-plus yard field goal.

On defense, it will be the standard one point for each sack, two points for INT/fumble recovery/safety/blocked FG, and the typical tiered scoring level for points scored against, with negative points starting at the 24-27 level.

The Bears may not have ended 2009 as a top NFL team, but some of the players do have the ability to be stars on the fantasy field.

Let's see how they stack up.

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