The rollercoaster 2017 season continues for the Miami Dolphins. Just one week removed from their biggest win of the year, the Dolphins came out flat in a 24-16 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

It now appears Miami is starting to shift gears toward the offseason. In order to do so, they first need to decide how to move forward with their quarterback situation. So far, veteran quarterback Jay Cutler is yet to give any indication of his playing future beyond this season, according to ESPN's James Walker

“I haven’t thought about it,” Cutler said. “You know, I’m focused on [Kansas City]. That stuff will be a concern of mine when the season is over.”

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During Cutler's brief hiatus from the NFL following his release from the Chicago Bear, he was set to become a broadcaster at FOX before the Dolphins came calling after the season-ending injury to quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Since then, Miami's up-and-down season has been reminiscent of Cutler's performance this year. The 12-year veteran has gone 6-6 as a starter thus far with 2,376 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions.

Although his numbers are not exactly eye-popping, there is speculation that his short offseason played a role in his preparedness. That said, Cutler has given little reason to believe a future with Miami is in the works.