Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett laughed off the suggestion that he should be concerned about being targeted zero times in the team's passing attack over the first two weeks of preseason action.
"In the preseason those catches don't get you any extra checks," Bennett said with a smile. "In the regular season those catches do. We'll take it up a notch. We're not even showing our full hand right now. It's a poker game right now. We have the advantage not showing our hand so nobody knows what our offense is. We are just running basic plays."
Bennett should have a solid fantasy season in Marc Trestman's pass happy offense, but Jay Cutler doesn't generally lean too heavily on his TE, though Greg Olsen did have a nice season while he was with the Bears.