Ryan Tannehill might be done for the year, and Jay Cutler is on his way down from the booth.
The Dolphins reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10-million deal with the former Broncos and Bears quarterback on Sunday.
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Cutler announced his retirement from the NFL in May, when he also agreed to a deal to be a color analyst for Fox.
But Tannehill's injury opened up the door for Cutler to reunite with Adam Gase, who coached him in Chicago in 2015 -- a year Cutler completed 64.4 percent of his passes.
Stephen Oh's SportsLine Projection Model has some news that Miami Dolphins won't want to hear.
Oh projected the Dolphins to win 6.7 games with Tannehill at quarterback, and backup Matt Moore being promoted to starter would've led to 6.3 wins. But with Cutler, the Dolphins are actually worse, only winning 6.1 games in updated projections.
Their playoff chances also take a dive -- going from 11.4 percent with Tannehill to just 6.0 percent with Cutler.
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While Cutler does bring experience to Miami, the negative projections are certainly understandable. In 10 seasons where he's been the starter for a majority of the year, only two of them have led to winning records. He also has alarmingly-high career touchdown-to-interception ratio (208 to 146).
Since his last winning season in 2012, Cutler is 17-29 as a starter.
Some of that was a result of overall dysfunction in Chicago, and Cutler lead a roster that made the playoffs in 2016 in Miami. With some dynamic options such as Jay Ajayi and running back and Jarvis Landry at receiver, there's some hope that Cutler could help Miami salvage the Tannehill loss and return to the postseason.
Sportsbook BookMaker.eu has also adjusted Super Bowl and division odds for the Miami Dolphins following the injury Tannehill and signing Cutler.
On July 31, Miami had +4500 odds (45/1) to win Super Bowl LII and +760 odds to win the AFC East. Last week, following the injury, the Dolphins? Super Bowl odds elevated to +6300.
As of Sunday, after it was reported the Dolphins signed Cutler, BookMaker.eu listed the team?s Super Bowl odds at +7700. Miami's odds to win the division are currently +970.
If all these projections are true, the Dolphins very well might have just spent $10 million to get worse.