Cutler added one interception, plus 16 yards rushing. His second touchdown pass, a 19-yard throw to Brandon Marshall with 7:58 left in the game, gave Chicago the victory.
Fantasy impact: This is about the sort of game we've come to expect out of Jay Cutler -- not a lot of yards, not a lot of mistakes. Two things were nice to see out of the performance, though.
First, Cutler didn't get sacked at all in the game, which has been a problem in the past with a poor Bears O-line. Second, Cutler targeted Marshall 10 times, but did spread the ball around, giving eight targets to Alshon Jeffery and six each to Martellus Bennett and Matt Forte. If Cutler is willing to look beyond his favorite toy a little more often, it's possible other Bears pass-catchers will see increased value. Cutler's value is low, and probably won't change, but it could help his teammates.
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