Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 25 20
@ 8 14
@ 9 15
vs 22 18
@ 5 13
vs 21 17
vs 28 21
@ 26 20
@ 14 16
vs 15 16
@ 13 16
@ 21 17
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vs 13 16
@ 29 21
vs 27 21
vs 19 17
@ 25 20

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 0.00
3y Avg. 25 5.00 2 14 33
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  • Tarik Cohen: Suffers torn Achilles

    Cohen (knee) was diagnosed with a torn Achilles on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 26-year-old sustained the injury during a training session, and he underwent an MRI on Tuesday. Cohen hasn't seen the field since suffering a torn ACL during Week 3 of the 2020 campaign, and he's now likely to be unavailable for most, if not all, of the upcoming season.
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  • Tarik Cohen: Appears to suffer setback

    Cohen (knee) appears to have suffered a setback Tuesday during an offseason workout, Alyssa Barbieri of Bears Wire reports. Cohen has struggled to battle back from the torn ACL he suffered in Week 3 of the 2020 season and was released by the Bears with an injury designation after not appearing during the 2021 campaign. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported earlier in the offseason that Cohen was hoping to be available for the 2022 season, but his latest setback -- which appeared to be an Achilles injury -- may dash those hopes.
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  • Tarik Cohen: Set to be released

    The Bears are slated to release Cohen (knee) with an injury designation, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The report notes that the running back -- who suffered a torn ACL back in Week 3 of the 2020 season -- isn't able to pass a physical at this stage. That said, Schefter relays that Cohen is aiming to be ready to return to action in time for the coming campaign. When healthy, the 26-year-old -- who's listed at 5-foot-6, 196 pounds -- has the pass-catching ability to provide utility as a change-of-pace option.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Misses 2021 season

    Cohen never saw the field for the Bears in 2021, as he was recovering from a knee injury suffered in 2020. Although the team was hopeful to have Cohen back to start the 2021 season, setbacks he suffered along the way led to him requiring an additional surgery, and he never returned to action. He's signed through 2023, and if he's healthy coming into the 2022 season, his salary over the next two seasons could make him difficult to keep him off of the active roster. Unless he proves to be fully healthy and ready to resume a prominent pass-catching role, he'll likely go unselected in many 2022 fantasy drafts.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Rehabbing after setbacks

    Bears head coach Matt Nagy wasn't optimistic when asked Wednesday about a potential 2021 return for Cohen, who has suffered setbacks in his recovery from a torn ACL, even requiring an additional surgery, Adam Jahns and Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic report. Nagy noted that Cohen has stuck around the team facility and remained aggressive in his rehab effort, though it may not pay off for the running back this season given the need for a second surgery. Cohen is now about 14 months removed from the initial ACL injury, which he suffered Week 3 of the 2020 season.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Goes on reserve/PUP list

    Cohen (knee) reverted to the reserve/PUP list Tuesday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Cohen sustained an ACL tear in his right knee Week 3 of last season. His recovery process hasn't allowed for any practice reps in the meantime, and his placement on this reserve list means he'll miss at least the first six games of the 2021 campaign. With Cohen's fate sealed in the short term, the Bears backfield will continue to be the domain of David Montgomery, but veteran Damien Williams is on hand for complementary work.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Moves to PUP list

    Cohen (knee) was placed on the preseason PUP list Sunday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The 26-year-old continues to recover from the torn ACL he sustained Week 3 last year, and he's not fully healthy for the start of training camp. Cohen didn't participate in June minicamp and apparently won't be ready when practice starts this week. Damien Williams was signed in the offseason and provides some veteran depth behind David Montgomery, so the Bears may take a cautious approach with Cohen early on in camp.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Held out of minicamp

    Cohen (knee) didn't participate in June minicamp and looked "a bit stiff" walking around with his right leg wrapped, according to Mark Grote of WSCR Radio. Cohen tore his ACL in late September, giving him more than 11 months for recovery and rehab fore Week 1 of the 2021 campaign. It's generally been assumed he'd be ready, but the reports from minicamp suggest we can't take it for granted. The Bears seemingly can afford to take a cautious approach, with David Montgomery and Damien Williams providing plenty of experience in the backfield. Between Montgomery's late-2020 breakout and Williams' solid work in Kansas City, it's fair to wonder if Cohen is looking at a reduce role this season, health aside.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Joined by Damien Williams

    The Bears have signed Damien Williams to join Cohen (knee) and David Montgomery in the backfield, ESPN reports. Montgomery's strong finish to 2020 locks him in as the lead ballcarrier, but it's less clear how targets will be divided between three above-average pass catchers. Cohen is the best route-runner of the bunch, but he's too small to be an effective blocker, and he might need some time to regain his explosiveness after suffering an ACL tear in late September. While a repeat of his target totals from 2018 (91) or 2019 (104) thus seems unlikely, Cohen should still be a significant contributor to the Bears in 2021, the first season of his three-year extension. His $1.4 million base salary this year is guaranteed, but he doesn't have any guarantees remaining thereafter.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Shifting to IR

    Cohen (knee - ACL) will be placed on injured reserve Monday. Cohen suffered a season-ending torn ACL during Sunday's win over the Falcons, so his placement on IR was only ever a matter of time. The move leaves Ryan Nall as the top backup to David Montgomery, though Cordarrelle Patterson is a likely candidate to see increased backfield snaps with Cohen out. The Bears may also see fit to promote Artavis Pierce from the practice squad.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: ACL tear confirmed

    Coach Matt Nagy confirmed Monday that Cohen suffered a torn ACL during Sunday's win over the Falcons, Adam Hoge of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Cohen will be placed on season-ending injured reserve in the near future, as he sets his sights on returning to full health for 2021. With Cohen out of the lineup, David Montgomery could see a slight uptick in touches, while Cordarrelle Patterson and Ryan Nall are each candidates to handle expanded change-of-pace roles. The 25-year-old inked a fortuitously timed three-year, $17.25 million extension with the Bears earlier this month.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: ACL tear feared

    The Bears fear that Cohen tore his ACL during Sunday's win over the Falcons, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Cohen will undergo tests to confirm the severity of his knee injury, but it looks like the Bears will need to to redistribute Cohen's backfield touches behind David Montgomery to some combo of Cordarrelle Patterson and Ryan Nall.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Leaves with knee injury

    Cohen has reen ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Falcons with a knee injury, Adam Hoge of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Cohen called a fair catch on a punt return, but Falcons RB Brian Hill was pushed and rolled onto Cohen's leg. He left the field in obvious pain, and his day is done. If he's forced to miss any time, Ryan Nall could see an increase in usage behind David Montgomery, and WR Cordarrelle Patterson would likely log some reps in the backfield. Cohen finished the game with two rushes for 21 yards and three receptions on six targets for 20 yards.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Receives six touches

    Cohen rushed five times for 12 yards and caught his only target for 15 yards in the Bears' 17-13 victory over the Giants on Sunday. Cohen was an afterthought in the Chicago offense, as he saw fewer rushing attempts than Cordarrelle Patterson and fewer targets than David Montgomery. Unless his role in the offense drastically changes, it'll be difficult to use Cohen with confidence when setting fantasy lineups.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Inks three-year extension

    Cohen signed a three-year extension worth $17.25 million with the Bears on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 25-year-old will receive $9.533 million guaranteed and is now under contract with Chicago for the next four seasons. Cohen has served as the team's change-of-pace and passing-down back since being drafted in the fourth round in 2017, and he'll remain in that role for the foreseeable future.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Receives nine touches

    Cohen rushed seven times for 41 yards while catching both of his targets for an additional six yards in Chicago's 27-23 win over the Lions on Sunday. With the Bears trailing throughout the second half, it was disappointing that Cohen only saw a pair of targets. However, with the Detroit defensive front failing to provide much penetration at the line of scrimmage, Cohen was productive on his limited rushing attempts. As the clear second running back, his fantasy value lacks the upside to make him a strong consideration unless he's consistently productive in the passing game.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Targeted nine times

    Cohen caught nine passes for 44 yards and rushed four times for 20 yards in the Bears' 21-19 win over the Vikings in Week 17, and he ended the campaign with 213 rushing yards, 456 receiving yards and three scores . After posting over 1,150 yards and eight touchdowns in 2018, Cohen was a massive disappointment this season, as he barely managed three yards per carry and six yards per reception. Despite his lack of production, he actually saw an increase from the 91 targets he had last season, but aside from PPR leagues, he had very little fantasy value. Going into the last year of his rookie contract in 2020, he'll likely be considered as little more than a depth option at running back in fantasy drafts.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Targeted four times

    Cohen caught three passes for 25 yards and rushed twice for eight yards in the Bears' 26-3 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Even though the Bears were trailing for most of the contest, Cohen saw just four targets, leading to a disappointing fantasy performance. Although he's posted 35 or fewer yards in three of his last four games, he's been targeted at least six times in four of his last six games, and his greatest value in a Week 17 matchup against the Vikings will be in leagues that allow a point per reception.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Targeted 10 times in loss

    Cohen caught seven passes for 57 yards and rushed eight times for 28 yards in the Bears' 21-13 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Once the Bears fell behind by double digits early in the second half, Cohen logged full-time duty when the offense was in hurry-up mode, which led to him seeing at least 10 targets for the second time this season. This was the third time all season that he surpassed 50 yards from scrimmage, and aside from leagues that award a point per reception, he'll be a risky fantasy option at home in Week 16 against the Chiefs.
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  • Bears' Tarik Cohen: Pedestrian on yards-per-touch basis

    Cohen rushed three times for seven yards and brought in all six of his targets for 24 yards in the Bears' 31-24 win over the Cowboys on Thursday. He also committed two fumbles, but neither was recovered by Dallas. Cohen's lack of impact plays continued Thursday, as the third-year back generated under 40 total yards and went without a touchdown for the second straight game. Cohen did notch his second-highest reception tally of the last seven games, but at an average of just four yards per catch, it didn't amount too much fantasy-wise outside of full PPR formats. Cohen is averaging a pedestrian and career-low 4.4 yards per touch through 13 games, a number he'll look to bump up against the Packers in a Week 15 divisional clash a week from Sunday.
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