Darnell Mooney in More Familiar Setting
Darnell Mooney's success in the Bears' offense as the team's No. 2 receiver is unquestionable.
In addition to his season-ending injury in Week 12, Mooney's average of 5.1 targets and 3.3 catches belie his status as a No. 1 receiver from the previous year.
Now that DJ Moore has joined the team, Mooney can relax in a safer location out of the way of the spotlights of both sets of cameras.
With Moore on the team, Mooney should see a drop in his target percentage.
However, they may improve if QB Justin Fields and the offense as a whole get more comfortable with each other's schemes.
The impact of his inactivity during Bears off-season activities as he rehabbed an ailment that necessitated surgery is a major concern for fantasy football owners or anybody attemp
The Bears have high hopes that Mooney will go right into training camp action.
Thus, "we'll see how it goes," he concluded. And of course there is always the chance of problems or setbacks. I can't say.
I don't have any medical training whatsoever. But they're assuring me now that everything's OK to go.