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WR Kevin White - Chicago Bears

6-3, 215Born: 6-25-1992College: West VirginiaDrafted: Round 1, pick 7

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White broke his scapula and will go on injured reserve.

Week 12: at Philadelphia Eagles

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FBG says: Bad matchup. The Bears passing offense continues to be one of the worst in the league as they are truly a run-first team considering their lack of talent outside of the running back position. Mitchell Trubisky has helped lead this offense to just 170.4 passing yards per game. Trubisky is still getting his feet wet in the NFL as he just had around a dozen starts in college before getting his opportunity in the NFL. Trubisky has only thrown two interceptions on the season, but he has lost three fumbles as Trubisky has just two starts without a turnover. Last week, Dontrelle Inman led the Bears in receiving for the second week in a row but his contribution was still minuscule as tight end Adam Shaheen had the Bears' only receiving touchdown. Tarik Cohen is still seeing a ton of targets out of the backfield as Trubisky likes to keep it safe on most of his throws, completing just one pass over 20 yards last week. The Eagles defense stonewalled the Cowboys last week, holding them to just 225 total yards and three field goals. The Eagles forced Dak Prescott into four turnovers and four sacks as they terrorized him all night. The Eagles have racked up at least three sacks in four straight games as their defensive line is playing at an extremely high level. This secondary now ranks second in the league with 14 interceptions and is currently in the midst of an impressive run with 11 interceptions across their last five games. While the Eagles rank sixth against the pass using DVOA, they have been arguably one of the best playmaking pass defenses in the league over the last six weeks. This is an incredible mismatched game in which the Bears should be expected to really struggle.

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Broken scapula, out for the season again.

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Schedule

12@ Philadelphia Eagles
13vs San Francisco 49ers
14@ Cincinnati Bengals
15@ Detroit Lions
16vs Cleveland Browns
17@ Minnesota Vikings