The Chicago Bears offense is now in a state of confusion with backup quarterback Caleb Hanie currently responsible for leading it while starter Jay Cutler recovers from a broken thumb.
He's not doing such a great job of things, if his performance in Week 12 against the Oakland Raiders is any indication.
However, one good thing has come from Hanie's promotion, and it might just benefit your fantasy team.
Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox, who works closely with Hanie on the second-team offense, was targeted at team-high 10 times in Week 12, catching four passes for 145 yards and a touchdown.
Knox has 28 catches for 622 yards and two scores on the year.
With the Kansas City Chiefs coming to town in Week 13, Knox should continue to see a great deal of targets and have the opportunity to make big plays. Keep in mind, of course, that Hanie won't likely throw it 35 times, as he did in Week 12.
It's clear that Knox is going to see a higher number of passes thrown his way with Hanie under center, so if you're in a deeper league or start three wide receivers and have an immediate need, go ahead and take a look at Knox.