Jay Cutler completed 18 of 32 passes for 265 yards and an interception Sunday against the Broncos. He also rushed three times for 29 yards and lost a fumble.
Playing without starting running back Matt Forte (knee) and starting wideouts Alshon Jeffery (groin) and Eddie Royal (knee), Cutler connected with seven different receivers, as Marquess Wilson led the way with four catches on seven targets for 102 yards. It was the first time all season that Cutler failed to throw a touchdown pass and it came after he threw five in the last two games. Forte and Jeffery could return next week, though they'll have a tall task against the Packers at Lambeau Field.
Jay Cutler completed 19 of 24 passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Rams. He also rushed three times for 24 yards.
The veteran's bounce-back season reached its greatest heights in Sunday's road win, as he set a season-high in passing scores and avoided an interception for the fourth time in eight games. Cutler, who now has a 13:5 TD:INT ratio, has averaged roughly 283 yards and two touchdowns over his past six outings. Cutler's fine form has him back on the fantasy radar, but he will face a tough task in Week 11, when the Chicago Bears host the Broncos.
Jay Cutler completed 27-of-40 passes for 345 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in Monday night's win over the Chargers.
Cutler also lost a fumble, which along with his interception returned for a touchdown, complicated matters Monday. Otherwise, Cutler enjoyed an excellent performance, tossing for over 340 yards for the second time in his past three games. The maligned signal-caller also engineered a late game-winning drive, capped by a 25-yard rocket to tight end Zach Miller. All in all, it was a mostly impressive display from Cutler, who goes against the Rams in Week 10.
Jay Cutler completed 22-of-33 passes for 211 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Vikings. He also carried the ball twice for 11 yards and an additional score.
The 32-year-old has played well since returning from a hamstring injury in Week 4, with seven total touchdowns and just two interceptions in that span. The return to health of Alshon Jeffery has proved to be very beneficial for Cutler, as the duo has now hooked up for 263 yards and a pair of scores in the last two games. Running back Matt Forte left Sunday's game with a knee injury, so the Chicago Bears could be forced to lean more heavily on the passing game in Week 9 against the Chargers if he is forced to sit out.
Jay Cutler completed 26-of-41 passes for 353 yards, a touchdown and a pick in Sunday's loss to Detroit. He added 12 yards on the ground on two carries.
Cutler put up his largest yardage total since Week 6 of last season and the return of Alshon Jeffery can certainly be cited as a reason. Cutler often gets knocked, and deservedly so, for his inconsistent performances, but he's also been stuck with a tough situation over the past few weeks with Jeffery sidelined and 2015 first-round pick Kevin White still out. His history of being careless with the football likely prevents him from being considered as a fantasy starter, but as proven threats like Jeffery and Martellus Bennett are able to be matched with emerging threats such as the veteran Eddie Royal and young Marquess Wilson, Cutler may have enough firepower to be worth a spot start here and there.
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