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Jay Cutler's third, and final, season with the Denver Broncos was by far his best statistical year in the NFL.
Cutler is entering his third season with the Chicago Bears and if history repeats itself, Cutler should improve on last year's numbers.
Cutler threw for 3,497 yards in his second season with the Broncos and 4,526 in his third, a huge spike in the numbers and a major improvement.
Cutler upped his total by a little more that 1,000 yards after his second season in Denver and should have about the same increase in production in his third year with Chicago.
Cutler threw for 3,666 yards last season and I have him throwing for 4,150 yards in 2011.
Why not the 1,000 yard upgrade? Well, it is a lot to ask of a quarterback to improve by that much, especially with Chicago's horrible offensive line and lack of real offensive threats for Cutler to get the ball to.
With that said, a 4,000-yard season is a good year and would be an improvement over last for Cutler.