Quarterback Jay Cutler will start Sunday for the Miami Dolphins in their season finale against the Buffalo Bills, coach Adam Gase said Wednesday. Whether the 34-year-old Cutler (19 touchdowns, 14 interceptions, 80.9 passer rating) plays the entire game remains to be seen. But Gase made it clear he’s fine with Cutler’s performance this season. “We’ll kind of see how the game goes,” Gase said when asked whether Cutler would play the entire game. “Jay hasn’t done anything to come out. There’s no reason for him to come out of the game right now.” The Dolphins lured Cutler out of retirement in August and signed him to a one-year, $10 million contract. Cutler was scheduled to be a NFL analyst for FOX this season but instead reunited with Gase, his offensive coordinator in Chicago in 2015. It’s not yet known whether Cutler, a 12-year veteran, wants to resume his career next season. Gase said he hasn’t talked to any of his older players — Cutler and 11-year veteran right guard Jermon Bushord, in particular — about their plans for next season.