Jay Cutler's third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead

Nov 20, 2017, 02:16
Jay Cutler's third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead

Cutler threw two more interceptions in the first half and Jarvis Landry also contributed to the Dolphins turnover woes with a fumble of his own.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler is being evaluated for a concussion, according to the team.

Jay Cutler's third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead
Jay Cutler's third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead

Cutler's third pick wasn't really his fault (off the hands of DeVante Parker), but when you're talking about picks in the plural, there are multiple problems.

Cutler has had a few impressive games this season, most notably when he completed 34 of 42 passes for 311 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders two weeks ago.

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Cutler had three interceptions against the Bucs in what was his first multi-interception game of the season and worst half of the year.?

Miami (4-6) had success one the ground in the first quarter as running back Damien Williams raced 69-yards down the field on his first carry of the game.

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Moore went 17 of 28 for 282 yards, including a 61-yard scoring pass to Kenny Stills to tie the score at 20 with 3:00 left.

Miami has dropped four straight games and the road won't get any easier for them when they face the 7-2 New England Patriots in Week 12.

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Before his departure, Cutler went 6 for 12 with three interceptions and threw for 83 yards. The Buccaneers (4-6) without starting quarterback Jameis Winston was supposed to be the easiest remaining game on Miami's schedule. He replaced starter Rey Maualuga, who was arrested early Saturday morning on a battery charge and waived later that day by the Dolphins.

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