Griffin could be a surprisingly strong play against the Bears this Sunday. Though Chicago does have nine interceptions on the year, the Bears are in the bottom-third of the NFL in points allowed, passing yards allowed, and sacks.
Griffin looked more like his old self Sunday night at Dallas, rushing nine times for 77 yards. As his health continues to improve, so should Griffin's overall production, as the run-pass option threat will become more legitimate. Chicago is just 26th in the NFL in points allowed this season, yielding 26.8 points per game. Griffin may be a prime performer against a not-so-fearsome Chicago defense.
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