ESPN's Pat McManamon opined Wednesday that Browns running back Willis McGahee is "very doubtful" to suit up this weekend against the Bears. That's because the 32-year-old McGahee suffered a concussion in his most recent game. McGahee was sent home from Browns headquarters earlier in the day and is still in the first stages of the league's concussion protocol.
Chris Ogbonnaya would start and probably share some carries with Fozzy Whittaker if McGahee isn't cleared prior to kickoff. Ogbonnaya hasn't surpassed 10 carries in a game all year, but he is enough of a factor in the passing game to see 15 touches against the Bears, who have averaged 17.6 fantasy points allowed to starting running backs since their Week 8 bye. Ogbonnaya won't be a workhorse, but his skill set and the matchup definitely puts him on the RB2 radar in PPR leagues as long as McGahee doesn't play.