Jay Cutler ruled out for Week 11, Jason Campbell to start: Fantasy implications

Jonathan Daniel

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler on Friday was ruled out for Monday night's game with the San Francisco 49ers because of the concussion he suffered in last weekend's loss to the Houston Texans. Jason Campbell will start in place of Cutler.

Cutler left the game against the Texans in the first half and has not practiced this week for the Bears. Campbell finished with 94 yards passing in the loss to Houston.

Fantasy Impact: This isn't a shock and fantasy owners will still have time to make moves if they were hoping to use Cutler on Monday night. This change will likely help the value of Matt Forte and hurt Brandon Marshall, who does not have the same chemistry with Campbell as he does with Cutler.

Campbell should not be considered a viable fantasy option at quarterback for Week 11.

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