Dolphins lead Titans, but neither team can play offense

AP

The Titans and Dolphins avoided Colin Kaepernick, ostensibly because other quarterbacks fit their offenses better.

It’s a good thing these guys are so knowledgeable.

Two alleged professional offenses have combined for 142 yards at halftime, and only a defensive score by the Dolphins hvae kept this from being more effective than Ambien.

Matt Cassel, playing for the injured Marcus Mariota, is a clean 12-of-17 for 54 yards passing, a breathtaking 3.2 yards per pass attempt that’s basically handing off.

Jay Cutler, who is an actual starter, is 5-of-11 for 21 yards with an interception. The Dolphins are playing their home opener after a hurricane postponed their opener, but it’s their fans who will be asking for emergency relief.

8 responses to “Dolphins lead Titans, but neither team can play offense

  1. Jay Cutler is terrible, always has been. It wasn’t Lovie Smith. It wasn’t Mark Trestman. It wasn’t Mike Martz. It was always him. He has never been good and has gotten many coaches fired because he has a strong arm.

  2. To think, I thought that Cutler was going to keep Miami’s season from going into the toilet after Tannehill got injured.

    At this point, it’s worth wondering if that $10M for one year is money well spent or not.

    Same old Dolphins, apparently.

  3. how bout mentioning how the nfl tried to screw the titans on the delanie walker 60 yard touchdown? there was no offensive pass interference at all then to give miami a td on the old arm still.goin forward rule is absolutely ridiculous

  4. realfootballfan says:
    October 8, 2017 at 3:10 pm
    Jay Cutler is terrible, always has been. It wasn’t Lovie Smith. It wasn’t Mark Trestman. It wasn’t Mike Martz. It was always him. He has never been good and has gotten many coaches fired because he has a strong arm
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    Not a Cutler fan. In fact have often compared him to Jeff George. But if you are objectively watching this terrible game, it would help tremendously if the Dolphin receivers would actually catch the ball.

  5. hibcid16 ,

    What does that have to do with him being a bad QB? Receivers who don’t catch regularly anyway sure aren’t going to do it for a loser like Cutler. He had Marshall in both Chicago and Denver. He had Alshon Jeffrey. He had Matt Forte. He had great defenses in Chicago. This guy has won one, count them, one playoff game while stealing hundreds of millions of dollars and getting numerous people fired.

  6. Don’t you every notice how its always teams who lose complained about bad calls. And when there next game the officials make a bad call that helps them win we don’t hear a peep from them. Bill

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