Jay Cutler finally turns in strong fantasy night with 2 TDs vs. Cowboys on MNF

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Jay Cutler threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns on 18-for-24 passing during the Bears' win over the Cowboys on Monday Night Football in Week 4. Perhaps most importantly, he threw zero interceptions. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jay Cutler threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns on 18-for-24 passing during the Chicago Bears' Week 4 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. He also went 60 minutes without an interception for the first time this season. He found Devin Hester and Brandon Marshall for his two scores.

Fantasy Impact: One good night won't win back all of the fantasy owners who have already dropped Cutler after two straight poor performances. Still, it was nice to see the quarterback finally turn in an efficient day. Cutler has now thrown six interceptions to five touchdowns on the year, and still isn't worth targeting in one-QB leagues. He will enter back into the good graces of fantasy owners once he strings multiple good performances in a row.

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