QB Jay Cutler (Chicago)
Jay Cutler only played in 10 games last year and had 13 touchdowns, 7 interceptions, and 2319 yards. Over 16 games, that’s 3710 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. However, 3 good things happened for Cutler this offseason. They added his old #1 receiver Brandon Marshall to a receiving corps led in snaps played by Roy Williams, who is still unsigned. They also added Alshon Jeffery to that corps in the 2nd round.
Thirdly, Mike Martz is gone so Cutler will be moving to a scheme he fits better. Further helping him is that they brought his former quarterbacks coach from Denver. He should exceeded those extrapolated yards and touchdowns, but also those extrapolated interceptions, just because he has a career 3.4% interception percentage, roughly 17 every 500 throws.
Projection: 3820 passing yards, 24 passing touchdowns, 15 interceptions, 150 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown (239 pts standard/287 pts in 6 pt TD leagues)
RB Matt Forte (Chicago)
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