Dolphin fans should root for Cutler against the Titans

Dolphin fans should root for Cutler against the Titans

Dolphin fans should root for Cutler against the Titans

That was enough to convince them to give him a contract.

Though, of course, Michael Sam advances the sports media's agenda and Brandon Weeden does not.

Would it be accurate?

Kaepernick has reportedly had zero contract discussions with any team.

Quarterback Marcus Mariota is going to be a game-time decision, and therefore might not be playing the game against the Dolphins. he is out due to a hamstring injury. He still thinks that Cutler deserves to start over backup Matt Moore because he hasn't turned the ball over that much (two interceptions in three games) and created a tense atmosphere in the locker room. "If you're a pocket passer, you've got a chance to be a quarterback". To be honest, Kaepernick should be insulted if he's asked to work out among the men.

Jay Cutler, who was brought in to replace injured quarterback Ryan Tannehill, continues to irk most of his team's fanbase with poor performance and lackadaisical body language at times.

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Kaepernick has remained un-signed since last season, leading many to believe his controversial national-anthem protest, which has since been carried out throughout the NFL, has led teams to stay away from signing him. No one says anything of value or objective.

With both offenses operating at a lower level than they did in the unforgettable playoff matchup, the value in this one seems to be on the under, especially considering each defense is well equipped to sniff out what's coming its way.

On Wednesday, Titans coach Mike Mularkey was asked whether Kaepernick was even considered to be a backup quarterback.

According to ESPN.com's Cameron Wolfe, Mularkey suggested Tennessee wasn't in the market for Kaepernick since he didn't know the team's offense: "I'm not aware if there was [interest]". I don't point fingers, if things have gone my way, things haven't gone my way. I know he's not familiar with our offense. They also reportedly worked out T.J. Yates, Matt Barkley and Matt McGloin. The Titans were never going to sign Kaepernick. After their impressive start to the season, they will want to ensure they keep their noses in front of their fierce division rivals, so a win today is a must for them.

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