Quintin Demps

#21 DB / Chicago Bears / EXP: 10YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 216 lb Age: 32 College: Texas-El Paso Bye 9

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  • Demps recorded seven stops in Sunday's defeat to the Buccaneers. The Bears played most of this contest with a significant deficit, allowing Demps to take advantage of obvious running situations, as he posted solid tackle numbers. With Chicago suffering from a weak offense, he could become a strong IDP option, especially in games that the team's expected to be trailing.

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  • Goldman posted three tackles along with a sack in Sunday's 29-7 defeat to the Buccaneers. Despite the game being a blowout loss, Jameis Winston still dropped back 30 times to pass, and Goldman was able to record his first sack of the season. Although he struggled to stay healthy during the first two years of his career, should he be able to stay on the field, he has upside as an IDP option at defensive tackle.

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  • Demps recorded seven stops in Sunday's defeat to the Buccaneers. The Bears played most of this contest with a significant deficit, allowing Demps to take advantage of obvious running situations, as he posted a solid tackle numbers. With Chicago suffering from a weak offense, he could become a strong IDP option, especially in games that the team's expected to be trailing.

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  • Bears' Quintin Demps: Absent from injury report
    By RotoWire Staff

    Demps (hamstring) doesn't appear on the injury report ahead of Saturday's preseason game against the Cardinals. Demps, who finished the 2016 campaign with a hamstring injury, is expected to slide in as a starting safety in the Bears' secondary after snagging six interceptions last season, the top tally at the position league-wide. Meanwhile, the fight for the first-string gig next to him will likely come down to the wire between Adrian Amos and rookie Eddie Jackson.

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  • Demps (hamstring) has signed a three-year contract with the Bears at an average salary of $4.5 million per season, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Demps was a special teams specialist early in his career until breaking out as a playmaker in the secondary over the last four years, when he generated 18 takeaways. He's coming off a career-year in which he intercepted six passes in 2016, and he'll likely be paired up as a starting safety with Adrian Amos. He's looking like an upside pick at the safety position in IDP leagues.

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    Completed Games

    WK OPP TK SACK INT FF DFR DFTD PDEF FPTS
    1 ATL 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    2 @TB 6.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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    Scheduled Games

    WK DATE OPP OPP RANK
    3 09/24 Pittsburgh Steelers 25
    4 09/29 @Green Bay Packers 2
    5 10/10 Minnesota Vikings 1
    6 10/15 @Baltimore Ravens 9
    7 10/22 Carolina Panthers 18
    8 10/29 @New Orleans Saints 20
    9 BYE - -
    10 11/12 Green Bay Packers 2
    11 11/19 Detroit Lions 10
    12 11/26 @Philadelphia Eagles 12
    13 12/03 San Francisco 49ers 14
    14 12/10 @Cincinnati Bengals 5
    15 12/16 @Detroit Lions 10
    16 12/24 Cleveland Browns 15
    17 12/31 @Minnesota Vikings 1

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