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.