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Our latest edition of "Poll Friday" focuses on the Miami Dolphins. Who do you think will be Miami's starting quarterback in 2012?
It's already one of the most debated topics in the AFC East entering the offseason. The Dolphins are making it no secret that they want a franchise quarterback. They have several options.
Will the Dolphins land Green Bay Packers backup quarterback and pending free agent Matt Flynn? New Dolphins coach and former Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin coached Flynn last season and will run a similar offense in Miami. Philbin's hire makes the Dolphins one of the favorites in the Flynn sweepstakes. Will Flynn be under center in Miami in September?
What about Peyton Manning? The Indianapolis Colts have to pay Manning a $28 million bonus if he's on the roster in March. With his neck injury in question, it appears the Colts are ready to go in a different direction. Should Miami pursue Manning if he becomes a free agent, despite health questions?
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin also is available. He is projected to go in the top five, but the Dolphins hold the No. 8 or No. 9 pick. Should they trade up?
Last year's starter, Matt Moore, also is an option. He had a career year in Miami, throwing for 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Does Moore deserve another chance in Miami?
Using our SportsNation poll, vote on Miami’s starting quarterback in 2012. You can also share your thoughts in the comment section below.