Jay Cutler disappoints fantasy football owners in Week 16 loss to Eagles

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Cutler didn't come through in Week 16, despite a friendly matchup.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler disappointed fantasy football owners in the final week of the season in a blowout loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Bears lost 54-11, and Cutler threw for just over 200 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He was also sacked five times and didn't have much of a chance to get anything going for the Bears.

Fantasy spin: Fantasy owners relying on Cutler in their championship weeks likely ended their season in disappointment. The entire Bears offense struggled against the Eagles, and now Chicago is faced with a play-in game against the Green Bay Packers in Week 17.

Cutler's long-term fantasy potential is very much up in the air. He's a free agent this offseason, and it's unclear whether or not the Bears plan to bring him back. Depending on what happens with him in free agency, his fantasy value could fluctuate a bit.

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