FANTASY FOOTBALL\nNFC NORTH\nBy Muntradamus\n\nBEAST DOME NATION.\n\nMVPs. Lets keep it rolling Twitch show on Wednesday more details coming in e-mail\u00a0Tuesday.\nCHICAGO BEARS\nOFFENSE (C+)\nMitchell Trubisky (QB3) leads a new offense that will still likely emphasize the running game. Jordan Howard (RB2) and Tarik Cohen (RB4) will lead the way with an offensive line that is without Josh Sitton their pro-bowl guard. Still a good O-Line, but not great.\n\nThrowing the ball, Trubisky has the best weapon he has ever had in Allen Robinson (WR2). Robinson is an easy bounce back candidate and the truth is Trubisky might be better than Bortles, which means A-Rob has very nice upside. Taylor Gabriel (WR4) and Josh Bellamy (WR5) are nothing more than nothing targets. Trey Burton (TE2) was a nice sleeper add, but you cannot too much.\n\nBears with a slightly upgraded offense from last year, but not enough to make them a big threat.\nDEFENSE (B)\nHicks\/Goldman\/Jenkins, Bears D-Line is big and strong. Leonard Floyd is a great pass rusher as well. Throw in Rookie Top Pick Roquan Smith along with Danny Trevathan and the Bears Front 7 can sort of rush the passer but definitely stuff the run.\n\nSecondary Bears not that bad surprising. Bears have 5 strong CBs, Eddie Jackson and Adrian Amos are good safties.\n\nFor the first time, Bears D will not lose them games.\nDETROIT LIONS\nOFFENSE (B+)\nMatt Stafford (QB1) has a great offensive line once again. Enough time to lead the way for a Lions offense that now features two new RB. LeGarrette Blount (RB3) will likely not see enough touches to be relevant. Kerryon Johnson (RB3) is listed as the starter but I doubt he gets enough touches. Do not forget Theo Riddick (RB4) is one of the best 3rd down RBs in the game. RBBC to the max.\n\nEric Ebron is gone, which means Golden Tate (WR2) becomes even more of a threat this season. Marvin Jones (WR2) should also see a ton of work from week-to-week. Kenny Golladay (WR4) has great upside and should take a big sophmore leap. Luke Wilson (TE2) can catch, but hard seeing Stafford look at him as nothing more than a last resort.\n\nLions Offense has good upside, should continue to be a strong unit. If they had Megatron they would be better.\nDEFENSE (C+)\nNo more Ngata and no more Whitehead. Lions scraping their DT position to a group that makes them runable for the first time. Jarrad Davis and Kennard are not horrible, but not pro-bowl caliber at LB. The Front 7 will really rely on Ansah and Hyder to get double digit sacks.\n\nDarius Slay returns with Quandre Diggs and Glover Quinn to make a very strong secondary. Nevin Lawson is strong as well at the second corner making the Lions not the easiest team to throw against.\n\nNew DC, strong secondary, weak interior D. Teams will be running on the Lions.\nGREEN BAY PACKERS\nOFFENSE (A-)\nAaron Rodgers (QB1) has good enough pass protection where he does not have to worry like some QBs do. That will give him enough time to make Davante Adams (WR1) into a house hold name this year with Jordy Nelson gone. Randall Cobb (WR2) should also get a ton of action in this offense. Geronimo Allison (WR4) is the lead at the other outside WR spot, however Jimmy Graham (TE1) is really the guy who will get all the targets that Cobb and Adams do not see.\n\nJamaal Williams (RB3) is the lead RB for now, but Ty MontyG (RB4) is still on the roster, as well as Aaron Jones (RB4). RBBC, and the Packers like to throw in the red zone.\n\nAs long as Rodgers is there, the offense will roll.\nDEFENSE (C)\nBig Daddy Muhammad Wilkerson joins a D-Line that is not good at all. He will be a great upgrade for the unit. Blake Martinez and Jake Ryan are better college LBs than Pros, but they can get it done. Clay Matthews needs to be vintage for this group.\n\nSecondary is Ha-Ha Clinton Dix leading a bunch of Rookies. Packers went heavy at corner during the Draft, and usually that does not work against NFL WRs.\n\nPackers Secondary and Run D is not good enough to make noise. Wilkerson will do enough to help, but that secondary is very iffy. Lets see how they look during Preseason.\nMINNESOTA VIKINGS\nOFFENSE (B+)\nVikings O-Line has a slight downgrade, but Kirk Cousins (QB1) does have great options. Great enough where Case Keenum was able to put up big numbers. Stefon Diggs (WR2) is still on board as well as Adam T. (WR2) who proved that he is a Julian Edelman type of star. Kendall Wright (WR4) is back in the slot, but on a new team and the new life could make him relevant. Still tough to see him doing too much especially with Kyle Rudolph (TE1) still on the roster.\n\nRunning the ball, Dalvin Cook (RB2) will look to overcome his knee surgery and be the BEAST he showed he can be. Will be interesting to see him run during the preseason, Latavius Murray (RB4) is nothing more than a handcuff. No more McKinnon to make things interesting.\n\nVikings offense upgrades with a strong QB.\nDEFENSE (A+)\nVikings D-Line is as strong as any. Everson Griffen is one of the best, Danielle Hunter and Brian Robinson make big plays. The DT situation got better with Sheldon Richardson joining Linval Joseph. Eric Kendricks and Anthony Barr are a great LB combo and this Vikings Front 7 is BEAST.\n\nVikings made the NFC Championship last year much in part to their secondary. Vikings stayed smart and are bringing in the same exact unit.\n\nVikings D will be BEAST all year.