2023 Player Outlook
D'Onta Foreman was a pleasant surprise down the stretch last year as he managed five 100+ yard rushing games over the last 11 games of the season. The issue with Foreman is only caught five passes on the season - he had 914 rushing yards while Austin Ekeler had 915 but the difference in receptions meant Ekeler was RB1 in full PPR and Foreman was RB38. Foreman now goes to the Bears who have a mobile QB and were second to last in RB targets last year with 62 (behind only the Eagles with 61). That makes Foreman a better option for standard or best ball leagues than PPR formats.