Freeman recorded 12 tackles Sunday against the Cowboys.
After posting a season-low five tackles in Week 2, Freeman recorded at least 12 tackles for the second time in three games. He's now averaging 11.33 tackles per contest, and he should continue to post nearly double-digits in the category most weeks.
After making 17 tackles in the season opener, Freeman had a quiet performance in a game that saw the
The Texans ran the ball 35 times, and Freeman did exactly what the
Freeman recorded nine tackles, five of which were solo, Thursday against the Patriots.
With the Patriots calling quite a few running plays, Freeman was quite busy, and was easily the Bears' leading tackler in this contest. As long as he stays healthy, it's very reasonable to expect the veteran to reach triple-digit tackles this season.
Freeman intercepted a pass and recorded one tackle Thursday against the Broncos.
Freeman showed his excellent range by pursuing a broken play all the way to a sideline, and he ended up being in the right place when Bryce Callahan tipped a pass in the air, resulting in the interception. The veteran projects to be a high-volume tackler for the Bears in defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's scheme, and he's a solid player to target in IDP leagues.
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