Khalil Herbert

Running Back
 / Chicago Bears
 / Bears

Player Stats

Touchdowns TD Rushing Yards Yd Receiving Yards Yd Receptions Rec Targets Tar
2 433 96 14 16

Player News

Khalil Herbert Could Get More Involved
Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert has been seeing more work with the first-team offense during training camp. That being said, Herbert could be more involved in the offense next season. David Montgomery is healthy, but that doesn't mean Herbert won't be getting more snaps next season. He saw a handful of carries with Montgomery last season, so possibly he gets double digits this upcoming season. Fantasy managers should view Herbert as one of the more valuable backups in the league. [Read More]
Adam Koffler's Running Back Sleepers for 2022 Fantasy Football Drafts
What's a "sleeper?" Well, it's really quite simple. A sleeper is a player that you expect to outproduce their average draft position (ADP) or produce better than players with a similar ADP. It could be that you have Travis Etienne ranked as RB10 and his ADP is RB24. He'd be considered a sleeper because you're expecting him to not only outproduce his ADP but to outperform other players that are being drafted in the same range (i.e. Damien Harris and Miles Sanders).But for the sake of this early ... [Read More]
Khalil Herbert A Lock To Make Final Roster
Chicago Bears running back Khalil Herbert is considered a lock to make the 53-man roster out of training camp behind starter David Montgomery. Montgomery and Herbert will both play key roles in Chicago's run-heavy offense, while fullback Khari Blasingame is also expected to play a prominent offensive role while earning a roster spot. Darrynton Evans and rookie Trestan Ebner are the other RBs on the roster. Herbert became fantasy relevant as a rookie in 2021 as the Bears lead back when ... [Read More]
2022 fantasy football Best Ball sleepers to target include Devin Singletary, Russell Gage, and Tyler Boyd
With 2022 fantasy football Best Ball drafts heating up, who are some sleepers fantasy managers should be looking at late in drafts? [Read More]