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It remains to be seen whether David Garrard will officially lose out on the Miami Dolphins' starting job, but running back Reggie Bush sure thinks he will.
Rookie Ryan Tannehill is one of the league's hottest young names at quarterback, but his limited time as a signal-caller at Texas A&M has some people questioning his ability to lead an NFL squad.
Although he sat out the entire 2011 season after being cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Garrard is still a very capable quarterback.
In his last full NFL season, Garrard threw for 2,734 yards and 23 touchdowns in 14 games, completing a career-high 64.5 percent of his passes.
Not to be forgotten is last year's starter, Matt Moore. In 12 starts, Moore threw for 2,497 yards and 16 touchdowns; solid numbers for a team with a relatively depleted receiving corps.
While it remains to be seen who wins the backup job, both Moore and Garrard are qualified, veteran candidates.