Cutler makes this entire offense look stupid and incompetent. Our OL is not that awful as some make it out to be. It can always be better but I would reckon it is an average OL most NFL QBs have to deal with. It starts with him going under center and delaying the snap until under 5 seconds often snapping the ball with 1 second left. If he goes under center with 15 seconds left 95% of the time he steps back again and starts over. It is also not the OL's fault if Cutler does not see his receivers like Stills and Parker one on one and having a step or two on their opponents. Instead he throws a hapless pass to a covered receiver (on the same side) 3 or 4 yards past the line of scrimmage. This weekend I had the opportunity to talk to some people as a I spend some time at the training facility. Gase trusts Moore enough to be a backup. But he would never give Moore the starting nod for one simple reason: he could not control Moore. Gase is a control freak. He wants the plays called in from the sidelines executed. If a deep pass is not in the call, no deep pass. If Moore sees a small window of opportunity down the field he'll take that especially if all his targets are covered. That does not excuse Cutler's failure in my example above. That particular play was on 3rd and long (8 yards or so), Stills having beat his coverage by 2 or 3 steps and Landry being short (2 yards past the LOS) on the same side as Sills was (left) in tight coverage and Cutler rolling to his left. The pass went high. This type of stuff happens quite often and has nothing to do with bad OL play. Opponents are stuffing the LOS stopping the run and daring Cutler to beat them. I always said when Tannehill played that a good QB can elevate the play of his teammates and can make any OL look better than they are. That still holds true.