Matt Moore has been having the opportunity to start consistently for the Miami Dolphins. Moore has showed that he can be starting quarterback in the NFL. Matt Cassel is similar, he first got his start when Tom Brady went out when he was with the New England Patriots. Cassel has filled the quarterback position perfectly for Todd Haley’s offense.
Matt Moore has a total of 706 passing yards, one touchdown, and four interceptions. Moore has used the Dolphins’ offense to the max, as he rolls out of the pocket without a problem. In the 2011-12 season it has been the theme of finding an identity for the quarterback position. As of late, it looks like it won’t come from Matt Moore or Chad Henne.
Matt Cassel has been having an average season to say the least, with a total of 1,367 passing yards, nine touchdowns, and nine interceptions in 2011-12. Cassel has a bunch of weapons like RB/WR Dexter McCluster and WR Dwayne Bowe, to help him become successful on the turf. Like Moore, he also loves to run out of the pocket and be an all around player at his position.