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In 2011, Matt Moore took over the Dolphins' quarterback duties after Chad Henne suffered a season-ending injury against the Chargers in Week 4.
After taking the reigns, he led the team to a complete turnaround, going 6-6 to finish off the season after a rough 0-4 start.
Moore, who was honored as the 2011 Dan Marino Most Valuable Player for his stellar play, believes his skill set will be an excellent fit in the Dolphins' new offensive design.
Now that Sparano is gone and the coaching staff has a whole new look and philosophy, he will have to prove himself all over again if he hopes to work his way back into a starting role.
Despite all of the talk about David Garrard's emergence as an early favorite for the position, Philbin has also voiced his pleasure with Matt Moore's performance and ability to pick up the new system.
It will ultimately be a dual between the two veteran quarterbacks as the team enters training camp later this month.