Wilson sustained a groin injury during Sunday's win against the 49ers and didn't return. Wilson was only targeted one time -- the 6:05 mark of the first quarter -- and couldn't haul in the pass from Matt Barkley. The passing attacks were more or less dreadful from both sides on a day that featured a constant snowfall, but Wilson didn't stick around long enough to connect with Barkley once he got a rhythm in the second half. As Week 14 prep gets underway Wednesday, Wilson's practice participation will shed light on his health.
Wilson caught eight passes for 125 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Titans. Wilson benefited greatly from the fact that the Bears were being blown out for the entire second half, resulting in him seeing a team-high 11 targets. After burning Titans cornerback Perrish Cox on a slant route for a fourth-quarter touchdown, he then dropped a potential second score on the next drive. His production will likely have him atop waiver wire lists for many fantasy owners this week, but it should be noted that four different Chicago receivers had at least nine targets, so he clearly wasn't a primary option in the passing game. However, he's worth a look as a depth option in most fantasy leagues.
Wilson (foot) isn't listed on the Bears' final injury report of the week. On Friday, Wilson finally turned in a full practice for the first time in roughly a year, lending credence to nearly tip-top health. With Alshon Jeffery (suspension) and Zach Miller (foot) down for the count, it'll be interesting to see if Wilson has built up a rapport with likely starting quarterback Matt Barkley, especially with fellow wideout Eddie Royal (toe) questionable for the contest.
Wilson (foot) caught one pass for 35 yards Sunday against the Giants. Wilson tied with Cameron Meredith for second on the team with four targets, but he wasn't able to secure a reception until making a play on the last drive of the contest. It'll be difficult to trust him as a fantasy option until he shows that he can sustain production in a very inconsistent Bears offense.
Wilson (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants in New York. Only a week removed from returning to practice, Wilson is ready to roll on his twice-fractured left foot. Due to the elements in the Meadowlands -- strong winds could impact passing attacks Sunday, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune -- Wilson may not much noise in his first appearance since Week 12 of last season.
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