The Bears are getting a second-round pick in return, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Claypool started the season slow, and his name immediately became mentioned as a trade candidate. But over the last four weeks he's posted lines of 5-50-0, 7-96-1, 5-41 and 4-45-0. He should slide right in as the team's WR2 behind Mooney in what is a run-first offense for the Bears. Meanwhile in Pittsburgh, Pickett's value should increase as he and Johnson should see a few more targets. Boykin slides into the WR3 role for the Steelers.
CHI WR Dante Pettis - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 7 at New England Patriots
After four straight games with no receptions, Dante Pettis came out of nowhere with a 4-84-1 stat line last week on a season-high seven targets. Coming into the game, Pettis had six total targets on the season. Despite having four games without a single catch, Pettis is somehow second on the team in receiving yards and is the only Bears player with multiple receiving touchdowns. It was a nice game from Pettis, but we'll need to see more of it before he becomes a viable option in fantasy. We'd avoid him in Week 7.