The Miami Dolphins will not press the panic button and make a quarterback change after suffering a humiliating 20-0 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London. According to Dolphins coach Adam Gase, veteran quarterback Jay Cutler will remain the starting signal-caller despite suffering their first shutout loss since 2013. Cutler completed 20 of 28 passes for 164 yards and an interception as the Dolphins dropped to 1-2 after suffering a second straight loss. In their two losses, the Dolphins scored just six points. Despite their struggles on offense, Gase said “it’s not time to panic," adding that the Dolphins have been in situations way worse than this.

Gase believes Cutler can turn things around

Last season, the Dolphins started with a 1-4 mark but the team turned things around and made the playoffs behind starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill. “So we want to figure out what's going on and then fix the problem. That's really the only thing we're concerned about,” said Gase, per James Walker of ESPN. The Dolphins signed Cutler to a one-year deal worth $10 million after Tannehill suffered a torn ACL in training camp. During that time, Cutler already announced his retirement and was scheduled to become a television analyst. However, Cutler could not resist the chance to have another shot as a starter and play under Gase, who was the offensive coordinator with the Chicago Bears in 2015 when Cutler had his most efficient season with the team.

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Drew Brees leads Saints past Dolphins

Drew Brees completed 29 of 41 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Saints (2-2) to their first shutout victory since 2012. Mark Ingram carried the rushing load for the Saints, running the ball 14 times for 45 yards, while Alvin Kamara ran five times for 25 yards. Michael Thomas caught eight passes for 89 yards and a score, while Kamara showed his versatility by catching 10 passes for 71 yards and a touchdown. Jay Ajayi carried the ball 12 times for 46 yards, while DaVante Parker caught six passes for 69 yards for the Dolphins.

Wil Lutz put the Saints on the board in the second quarter with a 43-yard field goal. Brees then extended it to 10-0 in the third after capping an 11-play, 77-yard drive with a three-yard touchdown pass to Thomas. In the fourth, Lutz buried his second field goal of the game, this time from 45 yards out to give the Saints a 13-0 advantage. Late in the fourth, Brees engineered an 11-play, 87-yard attack that he ended with a 12-yard touchdown strike to Kamara.