Fantasy Football Week 10 Start-Sit: It's All About Earl Bennett

Was a fantasy star born in Chicago during the Bears' 30-24 win over the Eagles in Philadelphia this week? It's certainly too soon to call, but the return of receiver Earl Bennett from injury definitely caused a charge through the Chicago passing attack. Bennett had the second best game of his career on Monday night, catching X passes for 95 and the game-winning touchdown. As you might imagine, he's quite the popular man in fantasy circles this week.

From our good friends at numberFire.com comes fantasy advice on who to sit and who start in Week 10, with a focus on the Bears-Lions tilt at Solider Field:

 

If Devin Hester - who got injured in the fourth quarter against Philly - can't go this week, Bennett has even a stronger case for a fantasy start.

Of course, in Chicago, it all begins and ends with the running back. Sure, Detroit's defensive line is scary, but Matt Forte hasn't been slowed down much all year. Expect another big fantasy game from the Bears' running back as he continues to push for a new contract.

Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the Chicago Bears be sure to visit Windy City Gridiron. Visit SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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