23. Mitchell Trubisky, Bears
Trubisky proved last year that he can win with a good defense and a strong running game to support him. But he’s not yet proven he’s a good fantasy quarterback. Some people are expecting a big year out of him in 2019, but we may want to pump the brakes on the hype train.
Chicago is still going to focus on running the ball and playing good defense. Allen Robinson will give Trubisky one reliable receiver and Taylor Gabriel is a nice complementary piece. But until youngsters like Anthony Miller and Riley Ridley emerge, Chicago’s passing game won’t be that dynamic and Trubisky won’t be anything special as a fantasy option.
Top Target: Allen Robinson
Secondary Target: Taylor Gabriel