Jay Cutler's third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead


Starter Jay Cutler was taken out to be evaluated for a concussion after he was hit by Buccaneers defensive end Ryan Russell on the penultimate play of the first half.

He did not return for the second half, and the team announced he was under evaluation for a concussion and was ruled out for the rest of the game.

Back from a one-game suspension, Evans was targeted 10 times and hauled in five passes for 92 yards as Tampa Bay defeated an AFC East opponent for the second straight Sunday and raised their record to 4-6.

What it means: The Dolphins likely won't be playing in January.

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Auclair, an undrafted rookie from Canada, played only one other time this season, playing on special teams and for a single offensive snap in the Bucs' loss to New England. There are some tough roster decisions looming for the Dolphins in the offseason. In the two previous games, Kenyan Drake had runs of 44 and 69 yards. Miami forced a field goal chance and the miss by Patrick Murray from 42 yards away kept the Dolphins in the game.

Well, you can't say Jay Cutler's not making things happen.

Fantasy fallout: Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills had a monster day with a career-high 180 receiving yards and a touchdown. Miami outgained the Bucs 167-21 in the third quarter, giving up pass plays of 49 and 45 yards, but the Dolphins could only get two field goals to cut the lead to 20-13 entering the fourth quarter. The Dolphins also haven't won at Gillette Stadium since 2008.