Jay Cutler
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Jay Cutler completed 13-17 pass attempts for 98 yards and had a carry for 16 yards on Saturday night, but the Bears first-team offense generated just three points on six drives.

Fantasy Impact: Through three preseason games, the Bears first-team offense is without a touchdown and has recorded 15 points on 12 drives. Cutler has been without top receivers Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White and played Saturday without Eddie Royal and Marquess Wilson as well. It could be a rough start to the season for the Bears after what they showed in Cincy.

Category: Game Recaps


The NY Times | Aug 30th
Failed to excel in Trestman's pass-happy offense. Keep expectations well in check.
Coach Esser | Aug 29th
Jay Cutler can go for 300 Yards plus and 3 TDs with ease, but he can also turn the ball over three times and get benched for not running the plays that were called. We joke that he's this era's Jeff George, but it really hurts us when we do. A new OC and head coach could be the thing to push him a little bit and make him usable again.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 29th
Cutler is going to be an interesting player to monitor. He will go late but probably holds good value. John Fox will reign in the offense and make things less complicated.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
Gamble city, but when he is playing well he is a fantasy threat. I can't recommend him right now even as a back-up.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Cutler finished a horrible season in which he was benched for the likes of Jimmy Clausen as the 14th best fantasy quarterback with his highest yardage total as a Bear and the most touchdowns in his career with 28. He's lost Brandon Marshall, but still has Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett, receiving back Matt Forte and first rounder Kevin White. I don't expect a huge year from Cutler, but he will be fantasy relevant, especially in two QB leagues.
Breaking Football | Aug 28th
Are the Bears all in with him? Either way, turnovers and injuries make him a major question mark.