David Garrard has gone from being the starting quarterback of the Miami Dolphins heading into Week 1 of the preseason to out of work just before the start of the regular season.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has made good on his promise to name a starting quarterback for the season before the third preseason game. Monday he named rookie Ryan Tannehill the starting quarterback for Week 1 of the regular season.
While the media has had an almost laser-like focus on the Chad Johnson incident, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin also has a huge decision hanging over his head on who will be the team’s starting quarterback.
While much of the hype heading into Miami’s first preseason game was on the quarterback position, the projected starter will not play in the game Friday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While much of the focus for Friday’s night Miami dolphins preseason game will be on rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill; the Dolphins have a starting quarterback who, at least in practice, looks like a winner.
While it’s only the first depth chart of the season, the Miami Dolphins’ Monday release of its depth chart began to clear the air on the quarterback situation with the team.
There’s an old adage in football circles that if you have more than one starting quarterback, you don’t have any. The Dolphins are holding an open competition at the quarterback position in training camp and while three are standing right now; one may be out of work soon.
One of the biggest questions yet to be answered for the Miami Dolphins is who will be under center for the first game of the year. As of now, head coach Joe Philbin said the job remains wide open.
After the Miami Dolphins signed quarterback David Garrard and drafted quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Fins fans have been trying to figure out who will be the starting quarterback.
Oh how the mighty have fallen. That old phrase best describes the current state of the Miami Dolphins quarterback situation.