Dolphins' Jay Cutler (possible concussion) out for remainder of Sunday's game

Lawrence Cooper
November 20, 2017

He was hit on the final play of the first half and didn't return.

Down 20-7, Moore said he kept a positive mindset, which appeared to help the team later tie the game. The second interception set up Tampa Bay quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick at the Dolphins five-yard line. He suffered a concussion in the final play of the first half and was replaced by Matt Moore, who provided a spark in the second half but came up short.

Miami (4-6) pulled ahead 7-3 when Cutler tossed a 2-yard score to Jarvis Landry with 4:23 left.

The Bucs created five plays of over 12 yards (plays of 13, 16, 22 and 24) leading to a pair of 30-yard field goals by placekicker Patrick Murray in the first 30 minutes. Jackson's touchdown was a result of cornerback Ryan Smith's forced fumble and recovery.

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Cutler, with three interceptions in the first half, left the game with concussion symptoms, and Moore filled in admirably.

The loss was the fourth straight for Miami.

Prior to leaving the game, Cutler completed 6-of-12 passes for 83 yards, with 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions, totaling 4.4 FanDuel points.

Three of the Bucs' inactives are injury-related - QB Jameis Winston (shoulder), DE Will Gholston (neck) and CB Vernon Hargreaves (hamstring) are inactive, as are three other healthy scratches: OT Caleb Benenoch, OC Joe Hawley and DT Sealver Siliga. Miami promoted former Michigan RB De'Veon Smith from the practice squad to replace Maualuga and made him inactive.

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