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Thread: PFT: Moore frustrated after depth chart (a thread for Moore haters to gather)

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    PFT: Moore frustrated after depth chart (a thread for Moore haters to gather)

    Thought I'd help you gents out since most of you love him so dang much ..... LOL

    Can't wait to watch the rest of the lazy beat writers make something out of nothing.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ists-him-no-2/

    When the Dolphins’ first depth chart of training camp listed David Garrard as the first-string quarterback, Matt Moore wasn’t happy.

    Moore, however, pointed out that he still has plenty of practices and four preseason games to prove that he deserves to leapfrog Garrard and hold off first-round draft pick Ryan Tannehill and start the 2012 season where he ended the 2011 season, as the Dolphins’ starter.

    “I guess it’s frustrating a bit,” Moore said of being second on the depth chart, via Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, “but I’m not overly concerned that it’s going to wreck my performance or wreck my play from here on out.”

    If getting rattled by his listing as the No. 2 quarterback does wreck his play, Moore could be in danger of not making the Dolphins’ roster at all. Moore doesn’t have the luxury of letting his frustration get him down, because he still has work to do, just to prove he belongs anywhere on the Dolphins’ depth chart.
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    nfl source says teams are salivating over matt moore being released...omar said today that it would take a 6th rounder in trade to get it done...
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    I don't understand why he's frustrated when he said himself he thought he was somewhere in the middle of the pack in the QB race...and he's somewhere in the middle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    nfl source says teams are salivating over matt moore being released...omar said today that it would take a 6th rounder in trade to get it done...
    I saw that also, and I agree with Omar when he says that there is no way Miami flat out cuts Moore. He has to much value for the Dolphins to just release him. A 6th round pick sounds right at the moment, but later in camp/preseason when/if some QBs start going down to injury his value will rise. A 5th or even a 4th round pick might not be out of the question. But if a team is not even willing to offer a 6th round pick, it is better for Miami to just hang onto him as a veteran backup than dump him.

    As for Moore being frustrated about being #2, he should be. A true competitor never is happy being #2, he wants to start and that is how it should be. I assume Tannehill is "frustrated" being the #3. They all want to start.

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    the more comfortable tanny gets the further matt moore's foot gets out the door...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    nfl source says teams are salivating over matt moore being released...omar said today that it would take a 6th rounder in trade to get it done...
    I don't see any reason for us to release him even if Tannehill looks great all pre-season. Nobody knows how well Garrard will hold up when the hits start coming. I'd be ok with trading Moore if we got a fair pick for him, but why cut him as cheap as he is? (not saying you are saying this)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    I saw that also, and I agree with Omar when he says that there is no way Miami flat out cuts Moore. He has to much value for the Dolphins to just release him. A 6th round pick sounds right at the moment, but later in camp/preseason when/if some QBs start going down to injury his value will rise. A 5th or even a 4th round pick might not be out of the question. But if a team is not even willing to offer a 6th round pick, it is better for Miami to just hang onto him as a veteran backup than dump him.

    As for Moore being frustrated about being #2, he should be. A true competitor never is happy being #2, he wants to start and that is how it should be. I assume Tannehill is "frustrated" being the #3. They all want to start.
    i think you showcase moore in the early preseason games and if you can get a 6th round offer you trade him sooner than later...you wait and the more likely teams call your bluff that you won't release him...

    if you somehow get a 4th by waiting pat yourself on the back...cause you pulled a rabbit out of the hat
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    He offers more value to Miami as insurance (injuries can come any time - eg Henne), than a 6th round draft pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    I saw that also, and I agree with Omar when he says that there is no way Miami flat out cuts Moore. He has to much value for the Dolphins to just release him. A 6th round pick sounds right at the moment, but later in camp/preseason when/if some QBs start going down to injury his value will rise. A 5th or even a 4th round pick might not be out of the question. But if a team is not even willing to offer a 6th round pick, it is better for Miami to just hang onto him as a veteran backup than dump him.

    As for Moore being frustrated about being #2, he should be. A true competitor never is happy being #2, he wants to start and that is how it should be. I assume Tannehill is "frustrated" being the #3. They all want to start.
    Where did you see that about teams salivating after Moore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    I saw that also, and I agree with Omar when he says that there is no way Miami flat out cuts Moore. He has to much value for the Dolphins to just release him. A 6th round pick sounds right at the moment, but later in camp/preseason when/if some QBs start going down to injury his value will rise. A 5th or even a 4th round pick might not be out of the question. But if a team is not even willing to offer a 6th round pick, it is better for Miami to just hang onto him as a veteran backup than dump him.

    As for Moore being frustrated about being #2, he should be. A true competitor never is happy being #2, he wants to start and that is how it should be. I assume Tannehill is "frustrated" being the #3. They all want to start.
    Before any team gets the word fourth out of their mouth Miami better pull the trigger..."fo"...done, it's a deal...Matt Moore is your new QB. There is no way we get a fourth for Moore and if we do I'll take back all the bad things I've ever said about Jeff Ireland in my life.
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