Cutler leaves game against Lions

Cutler leaves game against Lions

Cutler leaves game against Lions
November 4th, 2007

Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler left Sunday's contest against the Detroit Lions after suffering a lower left leg injury in the second quarter.

Cutler was hurt with 13:26 remaining in the second quarter, when he was sacked by Lions defensive tackle Shaun Rogers. As he was being pulled to the ground, two defenders collided into Cutler's left leg around the ankle.

Denver's first-round draft selection in 2006, Cutler was replaced by Patrick Ramsey.

Before leaving the game, Cutler was 3-for-4 for 20 yards.

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great game by the lions..D looked great, and they put a ton of pressure on culter and ramsey

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Hey Zwett!

Welcome to the site. I continue to be surprised by the amount of points the lions are putting up. If we can stay healthy and keep the offense chugging we should have the best season in a long time

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