The Chicago Bears are in an impossible spot, but they may need to save their locker room by sitting Mitchell Trubisky after another horrid showing.
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32. Ryan Finley (LW: NA)
Until he plays a down in the NFL, he’s sitting in the last spot. Finley also has the unfortunate situation of playing on the league’s worst team behind a bad offensive line. It’s going to be a tall task.
31. Dwayne Haskins (LW: NA)
Haskins didn’t turn the ball over in his first start, which is an improvement over his three-interception effort against the New York Giants last month. Still, there weren’t many impact plays in Washington’s 24-9 to Buffalo, either.
30. Mason Rudolph (LW: 31)
Rudolph struggles to go through his read. This leads to sacks, turnovers and hectic play. Pittsburgh has won three straight and is in the playoff mix at 4-4, but Rudolph’s lack of talent must be head coach Mike Tomlin’s chief concern.
29. Brandon Allen (LW: 32)
Allen made his first start for the Broncos and came away victorious in a 24-19 win over the Cleveland Browns. Allen wasn’t great, but he made the easy throws and avoided turning the ball over. All you can ask from a backup.