4. Jordan Addison will shine again on Monday night
The last time Jordan Addison was on Monday Night Football, he produced one of the best games of his career. On Monday night, he has the chance to do it again during a matchup with the Bears secondary.
Addison projects to go against Bears rookie Tyrique Stevenson, who has had an up-and-down season. Stevenson leads the league with seven touchdown passes allowed this year, and his 1.27 yards per coverage snap allowed should mean good things for Addison, who ranks 45th among qualifying receivers with 1.64 yards per route run.
Addison didn’t cash in during his last primetime matchup, as he was held to three catches and 44 yards against Patrick Surtain II. But after catching seven passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns in an October 23 win over the San Francisco 49ers, Addison should be in line for another big game on Monday night.