#16. Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler & Matt Forte
Despite the loss of Brandon Marshall, who thrived as a member of the Jets, Cutler enjoyed a solid 2015 season. He averaged 7.58 yards per pass attempt, his best mark since 2010, with 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions, his fewest since 2011. PFF gave him the 17th-highest grade among quarterbacks, planting him firmly in the middle of the pack.
Since being drafted in 2008, Forte has been among the most reliable workhorses in the league. In 2015, his production finally began to wane as he dealt with a knee injury. He had 262 touches, his lowest total since 2011, and posted a career-worst 898 rushing yards. His 44 receptions tied a career low, and his 58 targets were also a new worst.