It’s a simple mathematics formula.
Matt Moore suffered a head injury due the Dolphins' poor pass protection against the Eagles.
No franchise left tackle in Jake Long, who suffered a back injury in the first quarter and was replaced by Nate Garner the rest of Sunday’s game against the Eagles.
Nobody of quality on the right side of the offensive line, where right tackle Marc Colombo has been a turnstile all season.
Shaky play at right guard, where Vernon Carey, who re-injured his left ankle, was eventually replaced by John Jerry in the third quarter.
It all equals another injury to another starting quarterback.
That’s what happens late in the third-quarter on a second-and-6 play from the 17-yard line when Eagles linebacker Brian Rolle applied a crack back hit on Matt Moore.
The hit forced an incompletion and Moore rolled on the floor for a while before being helped off the field. He suffered a head injury and J.P. Losman finished the game, playing the entire fourth quarter as the Do...