MIAMI GARDENS — Jay Cutler may have played the final snap of his NFL career.
Cutler (1-for-2, 6 yards) played only one series for the Dolphins on Sunday, giving way to David Fales, who coach Adam Gase wants to get a long look at.
Cutler entered the game completing 62 percent of his passes with 19 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a passer rating of 80.9, which ranked 24th in the NFL among qualifying players.
Cutler was nearly intercepted on a third-down pass during Miami’s first offensive drive against the Bills on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.
This week, Cutler indicated he does not have an interest in being an NFL backup next season. Ryan Tannehill is in line to return as Miami’s starter.
Thus, there is a very good chance Cutler will resume his broadcasting career next season.
Cutler came out of retirement to help his friend, and former coordinator, after Tannehill went down with a knee injury before the season began. One of the few highlights of what is very likely Cutler’s only season in Miami was leading an upset of New England on a Monday night earlier this month.