Jay Cutler wants absolutely no part of the Dolphins’ decision to run the wildcat
Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler does not appear to be a fan of the wildcat offense.
When the Dolphins decided to run a little wildcat against the Saints on Sunday, Cutler, lined up at wide receiver didn’t move.
Coleman saw plenty of the field once Jeremy Lane left with a hip injury and was one of the reasons Brissett managed just 15 passing yards in the second half and this costly turnover.
With Doug Baldwin nursing an injured groin, reciever Tyler Lockett stepped up with a team-high 67 reciving and 22 rushing yards. The Seahawks (2-2) also got a TD from backup tight end Luke Willson.
“We sustained, we got some third downs and were able to make a couple plays here and there,” Wilson told NBC Sports after the game. “I thought the line did a great job. A couple of those sacks were on me and I thought we continued to battle.
“How about the defense? They were great all night and that allows us to make some plays and break this thing open.”
Despite the blowout win, the Seahawks still have a lot of questions remaining on offense, especially with the mounting injuries but the team’s “next man up” mantra should play dividends as the season rolls along.