Originally posted on NBC Miami  |  Last updated 12/27/11
As the Miami Dolphins hobble towards the end of the 2011 season, one thing is certain: the franchise will undergo plenty of changes in 2012. Besides hiring a new head coach, general manager Jeff Ireland and team owner Stephen Ross will most likely also try to acquire a quarterback who can hopefully help the Dolphins shake off the curse of Dan Marino. But who will that franchise-saving unicorn be? Let's take a look at the possibilities. Chad Henne: the incumbent QB will be a free agent, and his season-ending injury in Week 4 robbed him of any chance to save his own job. While there is still a tiny chance the team could bring him back, it is more likely that Marino himself will suit up for Miami next year than Henne. Odds: 14 bajillion-1 Matt Moore: Henne's replacement has performed better than anyone expected, posting a 89.8 QB rating in 12 games (11th best in the NFL). But let's not kid ourselves: Moore is more likely to be the next Jay Fiedler than the next Marino. The Dolphins ...
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