Twenty preseason revelations

Updated: September 3, 2010, 4:06 PM ET
By Christopher Harris | ESPN.com

In three 2009 preseason starts, Jay Cutler was 28-of-44 for 329 yards, two touchdowns and one pick. That 64 percent completion rate and 7.5 yards-per-attempt average belied the 60 percent completion rate and 6.6 YPA (as well as the whopping 26 interceptions) he'd produce once the regular season began.

In his 2009 preseason appearances, Aaron Rodgers went 29-for-41 for 465 yards, six touchdowns and zero picks. And of course in Rodgers' case, tremendous preseason production carried ...

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