It appears that Murphy’s Law has been in effect for the Miami Dolphins over the past couple months as seemingly everything that can go wrong, has gone wrong.

Double-negative answers to quarterback questions are rarely a good sign, and that’s all Adam Gase could offer Monday.

Miami QB Jay Cutler’s availability for Sunday’s game at New England is uncertain because he’s in the concussion protocol, but if healthy, he’s still the starter.

“There’s no reason for me to say he’s not,” Gase said.

A tepid endorsement is understandable, giving the direction of the Dolphins (4-6), who have lost four games in a row. Cutler threw three interceptions in Sunday’s home loss against Tampa Bay before he left at halftime because of his injury.

Matt Moore threw for 282 yards and a score in the second half. But Moore’s claim for No. 1 consideration was undercut when he started for an injured Cutler three weeks ago at Baltimore and Miami lost 40-0.

The QB issue might be moot this week. Gase said he had no idea whether Cutler is likely to receive medical clearance.