Jay Cutler listed probable for Sunday, fantasy prospects safe

Jonathan Daniel

Jay Cutler is listed as probable for Sunday's game between the Bears and the Packers despite dealing with a neck injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jay Cutler is listed as probable for Sunday's game between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers. Cutler was limited in practice Thursday, and is currently dealing with a stiff neck and a sprained MCL. He was able to practice fully on Friday, however.

Cutler is coming off a shaky performance against the Minnesota Vikings last week. He went just 22-for-44 passing for 260 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. He has thrown four touchdowns to three interceptions over his last three outings.

Fantasy Impact: Ideally you have a better quarterback to plug into your starting lineup. If your fantasy team is still alive in the playoffs, there is a good chance your do. If not, well then at least the matchup isn't terrible. The Packers are giving up 235 yards per game through the air this season, which puts them middle of the pack league-wide. They have given up a relatively hefty 19 passing touchdowns, but with 15 interceptions you better hope your league doesn't penalize too harshly for turnovers.

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