Jay Cutler
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By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 3:45pm EDT

In an interview with NFL Media's Michael Irvin, Brandon Marshall said Jay Cutler will be this year's league MVP. "He is correcting the coaches. This is his offense." (Source: NFL.com)

Fantasy Impact: Although that is a bold statement from Marshall, Cutler has the weapons to be a great quarterback this season. If healthy all 16 games, Cutler could put up career numbers. A healthy Cutler may end up a top 5 quarterback and with a current round 9/10 average draft position (ADP), Cutler could be a steal.

By Dale Redman, Bears Correspondent, Thu, Jul 24th 5:13pm EDT

Jay Cutler realizes expectations are high for the Chicago offense this upcoming season, but knows to be careful about becoming over confident. Cutler told reporters, "I think everyone in the NFL is confident right now... That includes us. But that doesn't guarantee us anything." (Source: Chicagobears.com)

Fantasy Impact: With all the starters returning on what was the second-highest scoring offense last year, many are projecting career year numbers from Cutler. The Bears signal caller is currently being drafted as a fringe starter in 12 team leagues, but has the potential of being one of this years breakout fantasy stars if he can stay healthy.

By Blaine Blontz, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Jul 18th 6:51pm EDT

Chicago Bears head coach Mark Trestment is extremely impressed with quarterback Jay Cutler's growth this offseason. Trestman told reporters, including Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune, that Cutler is "a very proactive person in terms of inserting himself in all areas." (Source: Chicago Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: Chicago was certainly hoping for some 'growth' coming off Cutler's seven-year, $126-million deal. It's to be determined if this is coach speak or if Cutler is truly ready to take a step forward.

By Blaine Blontz, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Jul 18th 6:50pm EDT

Chicago Bears head coach Mark Trestment is extremely impressed with quarterback Jay Cutler's growth this offseason. Trestman told reporters, including Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune, that Cutler is "a very proactive person in terms of inserting himself in all areas of this building to help." (Source: Chicago Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: Chicago was certainly hoping for some 'growth' coming off Cutler's seven-year, $126-million deal. It's to be determined if this is coach speak or if Cutler is truly ready to take a step forward.

Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 1st
The Bears are showing commitment to him with his new deal, so he is expected to play all year and he has a ton of amazing targets around him.
The New York Times | Aug 1st
Trestman's air-friendly scheme and Cutler's talented offensive cast ooze upside.
Breaking Football | Jul 31st
Cutler has the talent, system and weapons to be a top-5 fantasy passer. He just needs to stay on the field.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 31st
Peyton Manning is the betting favorite to win the NFL Most Valuable Player award this season. But Brandon Marshall’s money is on Jay Cutler. Actually, Marshall can’t put any money on it because that would violate NFL rules. But Marshall does believe that Cutler is going to show this year that he’s the best player…
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 30th
There are only 2 factors that hold Jay Cutler back from joining the top tier of QB's - health and INT's. He will always be a bit of a gunslinger, so if you are in a league that heavily weights INT's be sure to steer clear. In standard leagues with -1 for INT's it isn't as big a deal as the 12 missed games the last 3 years. Don't reach too early as the fragile Cutler is one of the more frustrating QB's to own when the inevitable injuries hit
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
Each and every year Cutler finishes as a dissapointment to fantasy football owners who had drafted him telling themselves that "this is the year." Well, this year may actually be the year! What does that mean? Who really knows, but with a great receiving tandem in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery to go along with Matt Forte gives Cutler three great passing targets to help get him to the next level. The veteran only has a few years left in his prime making this a year that if he doesn't do it now, he probably will never do it. Cutler must remain healthy and it irks me spending a QB1 quality draft pick on the guy, but with the quarterback position thinning out this season there isn't much else to choose at this point who have better upsides. Just make sure that you handcuff Cutler with another solid quarterback just in case he implodes. The Chicago gunslinger did have 6 20+ fantasy point games in 11 contests in 2013 so if he can carry his momentum over, then he could become one of the better fantasy bargains in 2014.
ESPN | Jul 23rd
Jay Cutler is surrounded by elite fantasy talent, so does that make him elite in 2014?
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Cutler has his new contract and will have the same head coach and offensive coordinator in back-to-back seasons for the first time in his career. He needs to stay healthy; I have my doubts. He just has not proven to be durable in recent years and rarely does that improve with age.