Saturday, March 29, 2014

NFL's Greatest Fantasy Football Franchises: Chicago Bears No. 24

The Chicago Bears have never been known for their offensive prowess and it shows given their 24th ranked fantasy squad. There are some familiar faces, favorites, and all-time-greats on this list. Scroll down to find out who made the All-Time Fantasy Bears.

Team Points: 1792.32

QB: Erik Kramer (1995) - 258.42 Fantasy Points

Erik Kramer threw for 3,838 yards and 29 touchdowns in 1995, both Bears records. It was the first and last time Kramer would start 16 games in an NFL season.
HB1: Walter Peyton (1977) - 308.10 Fantasy Points

Sweetness, Walter Payton, is arguably one of the greatest running backs of all-time. The distinction between real-football greatness and fantasy greatness has never been clearer as Payton's 1977 season ranks just 22nd of all the running backs named on this list.
HB2:  Gale Sayers (1965) - 257.40 Fantasy Points

Gale Sayers didn't rush for 1,000 yards in 1965, but he did score 20 touchdowns.
WR1: Brandon Marshall (2012) - 216.60 Fantasy Points

Brandon Marshall has had 100+ catches and 1,000 yards in five of his eight seasons in the NFL. 2012 was no different. He is a PPR machine.
WR2: Marcus Robinson (1999) - 194.00 Fantasy Points

Despite working with three different starting quarterbacks in 1999, Marcus Robinson was still able to produce. He totaled 1,400 yards and 9 scores.
TE: Mike Ditka (1961) - 179.60 Fantasy Points

Mike Ditka, the old ball coach, turned in one of the greatest fantasy seasons by a tight end in 1961. He racked up 1,012 yards and 12 touchdowns for the city of Chicago.
FLEX: Matt Forte (2008) - 249.20 Fantasy Points

Matt Forte is yet another example of a running back who turned in their best fantasy performance in their rookie season. Rabble Advice: GAMBLE ON ROOKIE RBS, NOT WR4/5s.
K: Robbie Gould (2011) - 128 Fantasy Points

Robbie Gould is the lowest scoring kicker on this list. It may be difficult to make field goals in the windy city. Food for thought: The average kicker in our countdown scored: 148.16 points.

24. Chicago Bears - 1792.32
25. Arizona Cardinals - 1778.46
26. Baltimore Ravens - 1750.08

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