Jay Cutler has a shot to play for Bears, fantasy owners in Week 14

Jonathan Daniel

The Bears might be getting Jay Cutler back in Week 14.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has a chance to return to the lineup in Week 14 when they take on the Dallas Cowboys.

According to Chris Mortensen (via an Evan Silva tweet), Cutler's status will be determined by whether or not he practices on Thursday. If he is cleared to play, Mortensen says Cutler will play. Cutler has not played since a Week 10 loss to the Bears.

Fantasy spin: Josh McCown has actually played well in Cutler's absence, so the Bears' wide receivers may not see a huge difference in fantasy value moving forward. Getting Cutler back is certainly a positive sign for the Bears.

It's probably best to proceed with some caution when it comes to starting Cutler in fantasy football. However, if he's cleared to play and you're desperate for a quarterback, the Cowboys certainly give up plenty of yards through the air. You could do worse than Cutler in Week 14.

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