Chicago Bears RB Roles
Team: Chicago Bears
Last Update:   1/2/2023
RB Overview
Role Security: Very High
01/02/2023 David Montgomery had playing about 70% of the snaps in most games and will typically handle 15-20 touches per game. Khalil Herbert plays more than 30% of the time and will see from 5-13 touches. In a Week 17 blowout loss, Montgomery led Herbert in touches 8-5. Darrynton Evans and Trestan Ebner are more likely to see work on special teams than in the offense. Evans is more likely than Ebner to be inactive on game day, as Ebner is a kick returner. In the red zone, Herbert had 29% of the work while Montgomery leads with 36% of the opportunities.
WR Overview
01/02/2023Chase Claypool is now playing over 60% of the snaps and is averaging five targets since Week 11. He missed Weeks 15-16 due to injury and was eased back in Week 17. Equanimeous St. Brown is playing about 60% of the snaps, and although he had a seven-target game in Week 7, he typically sees a few targets per game. Dante Pettis is coming in third among the WRs while playing about half of the snaps, and since Week 3, he's seeing between 1-7 targets per game. Byron Pringle is playing over 80% of the snaps since Week 15 and seeing a couple targets per game. Velus Jones sees occasional snaps on offense, but rarely has been targeted. Also, N'Keal Harry plays a minor role, leading to 0-2 targets each game.
TE Overview
01/02/2023 Cole Kmet has played at least 93% of the snaps since Week 6, and after a slow start, he's averaging six targets since Week 9.