Jay Cutler Will Justin Blackmon finally show up for the Jaguars against the Chicago Bears? What Jay Cutler will come and play?

The Bears have been a tough team to read and have had games where they looked great and games where they have looked bad.

What team shows up this week?

The Jaguars have just been consistently poor.

An offense that struggles to move the ball and a defense that struggles to stop the ball, a formula that does not spell out winning.

Chicago Bears (3-1): Jay Cutler is only 83 yards short of a thousand after four weeks. Cutler has been scrutinized a lot this season and has an attitude that not many of his teammates appreciate.

Even with all that being said this week's match-up is a good one and he can be started with confidence.

Matt Forte and Michael Bush are both worth a play. Jacksonville ranks 30th against the run this season. Forte is listed as probable and will play. Bush has no injury concerns and will play and likely get the goal line looks.

Brandon Marshall should have a field day against the Jaguars this week. Good start.

Alshon Jeffery, Devin Hester and Earl Bennett are involved in too much of a rotation to be counted on at this point in the season.

Good starts: Brandon Marshall, Matt Forte

Middle of the road: Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery, Michael Bush

Bad starts: Earl Bennett, Devin Hester

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3): Blaine Gabbert looked to be turning a corner this offseason. He has limited his interceptions to only one this season but his accuracy is not there still completing only 55.8 percent of his passes for 654 yards. Still not a fantasy option.

Maurice Jones-Drew had a long holdout that didn't end up the way he wanted. Many Believed that he would suffer from the Chris Johnson effect but that has not been the case as he has averaged 4.9 yards per carry and looks to already be in football shape.

Justin Blackmon has been non-existent after a good showing during the pre season.

Laurent Robinson is ruled out for Week 5 due to a concussion.

Marcedes Lewis has had a somewhat decent season but it is hard when your quarterback doesn't throw for many yards to be relevant.

Good starts: Maurice Jones-Drew

Middle of the road: Marcedes Lewis

Bad starts: Blaine Gabbert, Justin Blackmon


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