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Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

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Old 10-04-2017, 04:41 PM   #1
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Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

Cutler lined up as a wideout, but kept his hands on his hips and didn't move even after the snap

Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn
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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

Yeah but Cutler doesn't even look like he's potentially a threat.
I agree with not moving when the player isn't used to being in the wideout slot, but at least try to look like they may throw the ball that way or something.
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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

Things you'll never hear Cutler say when lined up wide in the Wildcat formation:

"Throw me the ball"
"I'm open"


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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

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Things you'll never hear Cutler say when lined up wide in the Wildcat formation:

"Throw me the ball"
"I'm open"


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The thing is that later on they just might throw him the ball.
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Old 10-05-2017, 07:50 AM   #5
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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

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Yeah but Cutler doesn't even look like he's potentially a threat.
I agree with not moving when the player isn't used to being in the wideout slot, but at least try to look like they may throw the ball that way or something.
This is about as disinterested as you can be on a play. He's lucky Kenny V wasn't on that side covering ... probably would have popped Jay for standing still.
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Old 10-05-2017, 08:09 AM   #6
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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

but he looks like that on every play
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Old 10-06-2017, 07:32 AM   #7
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Re: Dolphins coach has a rational explanation as to why Jay Cutler shouldn’t budge in Wildcat formation

Because he could get killed.
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