Jay Cutler to remain Miami Dolphins starting quarterback

Rachel Hardy
October 2, 2017

Despite losing 20-0 to the #new orleans Saints and watching quarterback #Jay Cutler have a really hard time moving the ball down the field; Gase stated that he still has faith in his guy. The Dolphins will hope to get Ajayi going against the Tennessee Titans in Week 5, who just gave up 57 points to the Houston Texans.

Streif, who was active for the game despite missing most of the week's practice with a knee problem, picked up the injury when a Dolphins defender fell on his legs. But as the game started, and the Dolphins' offense misfired, Ajayi was shown on the stadium big screen in the latter stages of the match looking immensely frustrated.

In the first two games of the season, played against the Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets, Jay Cutler threw for 450 yards and two touchdowns. They wouldn't come as close to scoring again in the entire game.

Many of the Saints drives were kept alive by rookie running back Alvin Kamara who proved to be a matchup nightmare for the Dolphins. Instead, that run was his longest of the game as he finished with 46 yards on 12 carries.

"It's extremely frustrating", Ajayi said. We have the talent.

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"We need to have some pride in ourselves and have some respect for ourselves and put some points on the board".

"Regardless of anything I did the last couple days this was the primary objective to get a win and we didn't do that". An appearance launching a lifestyle brand in Soho drew huge crowds and he was extremely popular at the National Football League event on Regent Street Saturday.

Players for both the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints took a knee on the field Sunday during the opening moments of a football game in London, one day after President Trump tweeted that it is "very important" that players stand up for the playing of the national anthem.

"It was a good trip".

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