A good chunk Jay Cutler’s interceptions aren’t his fault

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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler threw 18 interceptions in 2014, but eight of those weren’t his fault.

According to Cian Fahey, an NFL blogger, Cutler threw 24 passes that could have been intercepted and threw an interceptable pass every 23.4 attempts.

Cutler had the most actual interceptions that weren’t his fault. This is on either the receivers, running backs or linemen.

But there are still 10 interceptions that were Cutler’s fault which is four more than Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith threw in 2014.

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