Matt Moore vs. Ryan Tannehill vs. David Garrard
Joe Philbin and the Dolphins are hoping that one of the three quarterbacks can make a charge and grab the position by the throat.
Matt Moore played well in 2011 and the Oregon State alum looks to have an inside track on a starting gig, according to Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.
Moore threw three touchdowns on three separate occasions, and ended the season with only nine interceptions in his 12 starts.
Ryan Tannehill remains the biggest obstacle that stands between Moore and a starting job.
Tannehill was picked eighth overall in this year's draft, and NFL teams do not select quarterbacks inside of the top 10 to keep the bench warm.
The recent success of rookie signal-callers like Andy Dalton and Cam Newton has placed the bar for young quarterback play insanely high. Dolphin fans will be anxious to see what Tannehill can do.
A wild card in this scenario looks to be David Garrard, who has a Pro Bowl season to his credit.
However, the logical end to this battle looks to see Moore under center in Week 1 and then Tannehill getting his chance a bit later on.