Jay Cutler

#6 QB / Miami Dolphins / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 231 lb Age: 34 College: Vanderbilt Bye 1

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  • Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Cutler (concussion) didn't do anything to lose the starting job in Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Buccaneers, James Walker of ESPN.com reports. It's an odd comment to make less than 24 hours after Cutler threw three interceptions on 12 pass attempts. One of the picks was dropped by DeVante Parker in tight coverage, but the other two clearly were Cutler's fault. Matt Moore then provided a spark after Cutler entered the concussion protocol at halftime, completing 17 of 28 passes for 282 yards and a touchdown. Moore was terrible in his lone start this season back in Week 8 against the Ravens, but he's been impressive in two other outings while filling in for an injured Cutler. It nonetheless seems Gase isn't quite ready to entertain a change under center, though it'll be a moot point if Cutler doesn't clear the concussion protocol before a Week 12 game in New England.

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  • Cutler was forced out of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers after being evaluated for a concussion, the Palm Beach Post reports. He will not return to the contest. Cutler who completed six of 12 passes for 83 yards, with a TD and three picks prior to his exit, was replaced in the contest by Matt Moore. Cutler will now look to gain medical clearance as next Sunday's game against the Patriots approaches.

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  • Cutler completed 22 of 37 passes for 213 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Monday night's 45-21 loss to the Panthers. Cutler's performance marked the fifth time he's averaged under 6.0 yards per attempt in eight appearances this season. The quarterback found Julius Thomas for a two-yard touchdown during the second quarter, but an interception on Miami's next drive started what would be a rout Monday. Although another touchdown toss during garbage time helped his stock, Cutler will prepare for Sunday's make-up game against Buccaneers with the sour taste of defeat in his mouth.

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  • Dolphins' Jay Cutler: Logs full practice
    By RotoWire Staff

    Cutler (ribs) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. This was expected after Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said last weekend that Cutler would return to start Week 9 against the Raiders. Per Salguero, the veteran quarterback clarified that he won't wear a protective vest or any other form of special padding in Sunday's contest. With DeVante Parker (ankle) potentially returning and running back Jay Ajayi no longer on the team, Miami could deploy an aggressive aerial attack against a vulnerable Oakland defense. Of course, the offensive line is still a major weakness, and Cutler hasn't exactly torn it up this season.

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  • Dolphins' Jay Cutler: Will start Week 9
    By RotoWire Staff

    Head coach Adam Gase said Friday that Cutler (ribs) will start Week 9 against the Raiders, Craig Davis of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Gase opted to hold Cutler out of Thursday's 40-0 thrashing in Baltimore only a few days removed from the broken ribs suffered last weekend. Lending credence to Cutler's ability to return, Gase also mentioned the veteran signal caller "could have played" Thursday. Instead, the Dolphins turned over the controls to Matt Moore, who completed 25 of 44 passes for 176 yards and two interceptions while getting sacked on three occasions. Cutler likely won't perform any worse versus the Raiders on Sunday, Nov. 5, assuming rehab gets him to the requisite level of health.

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