The Miami Dolphins were in the market for another quarterback. After trying and failing to trade for Kyle Orton, the Dolphins made their move by signing Matt Moore, formerly of the Carolina Panthers. Matt Moore’s deal is reportedly worth $5 million over two seasons.
Last year, Matt Moore really struggled. He threw ten interceptions and only five touchdown passes. His QB rating was 55.6 and he fumbled four times.
The Dolphins may have been looking at how Matt Moore played in 2009. That season, the quarterback out of Oregon State had a QB rating of 98.5 with eight touchdowns and only two INTs.
In Miami, Matt Moore will compete with Chad Henne for the starting gig. While Chad Henne is the clear favorite, Matt Moore could surprise if he can revert to his 2009 form.