To become a contender in the AFC East, the Miami Dolphins must add a quality quarterback they can trust to win games.
Chad Henne was supposed to be that guy for the Dolphins, but was replaced by backup Matt Moore because of injury and inefficiency in his play.
Moore proved himself as a more-than-serviceable backup, with more touchdowns than interceptions (16 touchdowns, 9 interceptions) and a decent completion percentage (60.1 percent). After starting the season 0-7, the Dolphins were able to finish strong, going 6-3 in their final nine games.
The problem is that even with Moore's efficient play, the team went 6-7 in his 13 appearances. This means that it is time again for the Dolphins to search for their quarterback of the future.
A draft class with plenty of quarterback talent and the free agent market is where the Dolphins must search for the quarterback they need. I've ranked the top five options the Dolphins should consider in reeling in a new starting quarterback.