Amos registered five tackles in Chicago's Week 17 win over the Vikings to wrap up the season with 73 tackles, a sack and two interceptions.
Although Amos set a career high with 73 tackles, he's posted at least 65 in each of his four years with the Bears, making him a steady fantasy option. He'll be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and assuming he continues in a starting role, he should continue to be a slightly above average IDP at the safety position.
Amos intercepted a pass while adding two tackles in Chicago's Week 11 win over the Vikings.
Amos intercepted his second pass over the past three weeks, and during that span he's also recovered a fumble while adding a sack. On the season, he's averaging 4.3 tackles, so his IDP value has come via his recent surge of big-play production, but since big plays are typically random, his weekly downside makes him a risky lineup option.
Amos intercepted a pass while adding a sack and seven tackles in Chicago's Week 9 win over the Bills.
After performing as a solid IDP in each of the last two seasons, Amos had averaged fewer than five tackles without a single sack or interception before this week's eruption. Unless he builds upon this performance in the near future, he's lacked the upside to be a reliable weekly lineup option.
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