Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller will undergo shoulder surgery this offseason, general manager Ryan Pace said Monday during the team’s end-of-year press conference.
Miller injured his shoulder in Week 17’s season finale against the Vikings but recovered in time to play in the Bears’ wild card playoff game against the Eagles. It was the second time Miller suffered a shoulder injury in 2018, the other in Week 3, and was a continuation of shoulder ailments he struggled through in college.
CHI WR Anthony Miller - Week 18 Fantasy Football Outlook
Wild Card Playoffs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Anthony Miller put up a goose egg in the final game of the season, the third time in the last four games he's done so. And if you go back just one more week, he had a one-catch effort. In other words: Miller doesn't have much value. He did manage to score seven times this season, which is impressive, but that's pretty much all he does. If you're feeling like taking a risk then go ahead and hope Miller scores, but three zeroes in four games isn't very promising.