I would go with D. Jackson this week. The Eagles had to lean heavily on the passing game last week, with 55 attempts. I wouldn't expect quite that many this week, but expect passes to outnumber runs. The Bears passing defense is 8th in yards allowed per game, but gave up five passing TDs to both the Cardinals and the Bengals. Each time, the TDs were split between four recievers, sugggesting the Bears may have trouble covering multiple talented recievers. The Bears have also had some defensive injury issues recently that might be exploitable.
A. Boldin is hard to bench, being a great reciever on a pass-first offense, but has to share the ball with alot of other targets. He is definently behind Fitzgerald and has lost alot of looks to Breaston and Hightower this season, not to mention the recent boost to the run game that may effect the run/pass play ratio. The Rams do
give up alot of yards in the air, but I would still give the edge to DeSean.
Ocho has been a little inconsistant lately and is facing a Raiders defense that, actually, isn't that bad against the pass. Oakland has only allowed 8 passing TDs this season, which is just 2 TDs more than the Jets.
Just one man's opinion, hope it helps. I could use some help too...viewtopic.php?f=19&t=461336