BALLER MOVE: Add Immediately (All Leagues)
ANALYSIS: Cutler had a very respectable Week One performance versus a good Bengals defense, going 21-for-33 with 242 yards, two TD and one INT. He wasn't sacked once, which is big positive sign considering the Bengals’ front four. It means that Cutler was able to get rid of the ball and that Chicago’s O-line is much improved. In Week Two, Cutler gets a well-below-average Vikings' defense and he should have no trouble carving them up with a little help from Brandon Marshall, Martellus Bennett and company. If you’re looking at Bradford, Dalton, Schaub and guys like that for your Week Two starting QB, then Cutler should be in the conversation as well, perhaps even the favorite of the bunch.