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Posted Nov. 18, 2010 @ 3:40 p.m. ET
By Dan Parr

Jay Cutler's history in road night games since joining the Bears should be concerning to owners considering him for a start against the Dolphins. Cutler has a TD-INT ratio of 3-12 in four road night games since the start of last season, and the Dolphins' defense, which is ranked sixth vs. the pass, has the potential to limit Cutler's production.

The Dolphins have done a pretty good job of shutting down tight ends of late and this may not be the week to play Greg Olsen. Before Bo Scaife has seven catches for 51 yards against Miami in Week 10, the "D" held Todd Heap to two catches for 23 yards and Jermaine Gresham had just three grabs for 17 yards. Olsen has been targeted by Cutler in the red zone recently and has scored a touchdown in back-to-back games, but he only has nine catches in the last five games. He's not a reliable option against Miami.

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