Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler may not be able to start the team's Week 11 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. Head coach Marc Trestman said that it's too early to tell, and that he really doesn't know if Cutler will be able to play, according to ESPN Chicago.
Cutler started against the Detroit Lions on Sunday and had an average game. He completed 21 of 40 passes for 250 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He's dealing with groin and ankle injuries, however, and was clearly bothered throughout the second half, most notably in the fourth quarter.
Josh McCown actually replaced Cutler for the team's final drive, and led the Bears to a touchdown, completing six of nine passes for 62 yards, and the aforementioned touchdown. But Matt Forte couldn't convert the two-point conversion, and the Lions were victorious.
Fantasy Impact: Cutler clearly was not 100 percent recovered from the injuries that caused him to miss time once already this season. Now the concern is that he's suffered a setback and will have to miss time. He's struggled with interceptions, as always, but he's otherwise been an effective fantasy quarterback this season, so the news is definitely concerning for fantasy owners.