The quarterback situation has changed pretty dramatically as far as the NFL draft is concerned. Now that Matt Barkley is staying, Landry Jones is rumored to stay and Robert Griffin III has said that football is plan B, where does that leave Miami? There's still a chance to trade up for Andrew Luck, but my guess is Indianapolis counts its blessings and starts rebuilding with the qb position. If the Rams end up with the #1 pick, who knows. Realistically, the Dolphins could be looking at Ryan Tannehill and/or Brandon Weeden with its top pick. Tannehill will definitely be overdrafted based on his potential. Weeden will be underdrafted based on his age. Who would you rather have and how far down could Miami trade and still get one of these two? I think Tannehill has a shot at top 10 even though that sounds like a stretch. Weeden may make it to round 2, but with fewer qb's now available he could find his way into the first round.