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Draft Scout Jay Cutler News
09/18/17 - QB Jay Cutler, who came out of retirement when Ryan Tannehill suffered a season-ending knee injury, looked sharp. He completed 24 of 33 passes 230 yards and a touchdown.
"I am enjoying the fact that I am playing football," Cutler said. "It's a good group of guys. Young, enthusiastic, and they make me feel young. It's always fun to win in the NFL, but this locker room is a little bit different. It is special."
Cutler was able to lean on a sturdy running game led by Jay Ajayi. He paced all rushers with 122 yards on 28 carries. It was the first time the Chargers allowed a 100-yard rusher in 18 games.
09/18/17 - QB Jay Cutler did a good job of playing a smart game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Cutler (24 of 33, 230 yards, one touchdown, no interceptions, 101.8 passer rating) didn't force passes and allowed things to unfold in a natural and comfortable manner.
09/13/17 - QB Jay Cutler said he watched the Los Angeles Chargers-Denver game last week, and he offered this assessment of the Charger defense:
"I thought they played a tough game," he said. "A division opponent like that, they fought back there in the third and fourth quarter. I think Philip (Rivers) is always going to give them a chance to win throughout the game, but it's a good defense. The front seven is good. The secondary is talented. So we'll have our hands full."
09/11/17 - QB Jay Cutler is coming off a good preseason, but must keep his turnovers under control. He lost a fumble on a strip-sack during preseason. Other than that, the strong-armed Cutler appears ready.
His knack for finding WR DeVante Parker on deep routes should be something to watch.
08/22/17 - QB Jay Cutler had an answer for those who wondered whether he still had the desire to play football after being retired for three months and preparing for a job as a NFL analyst with FOX-TV.
"I don't think I really ever lost it," he said. "I just kind of channeled it in a different direction. I still wanted to be in football and still wanted to be around it, and I was going to have that opportunity through FOX. Then once this new opportunity arose, it seemed like a natural fit for me."
Cutler has showed in practice, and in last week's game against Baltimore, he's maintained his trademark arm strength.