I do not think that we have anywhere near the offensive talent that KC has. They most likely have the offensive rookie of the year, a top tight 2 or three tight end, and one of the fastest men on the planet on Tyreek Hill. Their line is pretty solid. Alex Smith is a substantial upgrade over Cutler. I did not mention yard or stats because my point is that Cutler has an average rate of success (17th in completion percentage), but the wrong plays are being called. In fact, based on this new horizontal offense that Gase is calling, Cutler can be successful at his responsibility (throw a complete pass), but we can literally gain no yards or even lose yards. In all honesty, if the coach calls a play, and your role is the throw the ball horizontally, and you do it, how can you negatively grade Cutler? I understand your concern about not having pinpoint accuracy, but again, he is 17th in the league in accuracy. Essentially, that means there are a handful of guys much more accurate than him. Most of the league is in his wheelhouse, and there are a few guys significantly worse than him. Even if you wanted to go so far as saying he is slightly below average, I would still expect some sort of offensive production. I just can't see how this isn't an obvious combination of a poor offensive line and abysmal coaching.