HERO NO. 4
Jay Cutler – A year ago, the Bears had the second-best offense in the league; and that was without their starting quarterback for a big chunk of the season. In 2014, however, Cutler is back to guide Marc Trestman’s offense. And in his preseason debut, he looked in midseason form, going 9-of-13 for 85 yards and a touchdown in limited action.
GOAT NO. 4
Matt Schaub – The Raiders have staked their hopes on the former Texans quarterback, looking for Schaub to give them some much-needed stability at the most-important position in football. But the early returns weren’t good, as Schaub struggled against Minnesota, completing just three out of seven passes for 21 yards.