When it gets to the point that your fans are standing outside your stadium protesting your front office with picket signs, you know it's time for a change.
The Miami Dolphins have three quarterbacks vying for the starting job, with no clear-cut winner in sight.
The incumbent, Matt Moore, has proved himself to be reliable and fairly talented, but we've seen his ceiling and it falls short of the NFL playoffs.
David Garrard was playoff-caliber at his peak, but who knows what the Dolphins are going to get from the former Jaguars quarterback at this point in his life? A year off from football, combined with a subpar final season with the Jaguars, does not bode well for a comeback.
Ryan Tannehill was the consolation prize as the No. 8 pick in this year's draft, the guy they drafted because Andrew Luck and RG3 were gone and they couldn't land Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn.
Tannehill has talent and tremendous upside, but it doesn't seem as though he is ready for an NFL starting job. The coaching staff will likely want to keep him on the bench for a year or so to learn from the veterans.
The steaming-hot mess that the Dolphins call their quarterback situation is not looking too good. Maybe in the near future it will, but right now, odds are that Miami will have a career backup starting under center.
Winner: Matt Moore