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November 8, 2011 | 7:51pm
I believe everybody knows where i’m going using the first product in this line, but allow me to make clear that i’m by no means, shape or kind suggesting to head out and commence Matt Moore over a more proven quarterback.
With that disclaimer off the beaten track, let us take a good look at just just how a Dolphins, whom found their very first victory of this period Sunday up against the Chiefs, have actually changed into a treasure that is hidden of dream players.
First, let us begin with the caller that is signal perennial back-up QB Matt Moore
Moore is coming down perhaps the most useful performance of their profession, doing 17 of 23 passes for 244 yards and three TDs. Ahead of Sunday’s explosion, Moore had tossed one TD pass all period and had been averaging 6.2 yards per effort.
It is tough to place stock that is much Moore’s performance, seeing that it absolutely was up against the Chiefs and their 21st-ranked pass protection, however the Dolphins’ future routine could end up being very theraputic for Moore.
The Dolphins will face a secondary that is ranked 20th or lower in defending against the pass (Buffalo twice, New England and Oakland), meaning similar numbers could be expected from Moore and Miami’s offense over the next eight games.