On the roster: Ryan Tannehill,
Matt Moore, Pat Devlin
Offseason moves: Re-signed UFA Matt Moore
Analysis: While he had the normal ups and downs that practically every rookie quarterback endures, Tannehill showed promise in 2012 and he’s the unquestioned starter heading into next season. The big question here is what happens with Moore, who started the last nine games in 2011 before serving as the backup last season. Moore is the perfect backup, and it was a nice coup for the Dolphins to get him back when it was expected he would sign elsewhere in free agency to try to land a starting job. With Tannehill and Moore back in the fold, to go along with the promising Devlin, there’s no reason to think the Dolphins will do anything at this position in the draft.
The draft class: It's really a bad year for quarterbacks, which explains why so many mediocre passers were signed in recent weeks. Sure, a couple of QBs will get taken in the first round, but that's more because of the nature of the position than a statement on the quality of the class. Geno Smith is the best of the bunch, but even he has his flaws.
BREAKING DOWN THE QB PROSPECTS:
The top prospect: Geno Smith, West Virginia
Likely first-round picks: Geno Smith; Ryan Nassib, Syracuse
Overrated prospects: Matt Barkley, USC; Ryan Nassib
Under-the-radar prospects: Matt Scott, Arizona; Mike Glennon, N.C. State