Comments Off
Jake Delhomme is out as QB this week with a hand injury, but this latest ailment is merely a formality for what was inevitably to come.áEven without the injury, it's unclear whether or not his shoddy performance in New York was going to allow him to retain the starting position. Coming in to replace Delhomme as the signal-caller is Matt Moore.áThe 25-year-old third year QB is getting another chance at the starting spot after finishing out the 2007 season as the first-stringer in place of the struggling David Carr and Vinny Testaverde. Although undrafted and seemingly overlooked by nearly every scout ranking institution, Moore led a successful career in high school and college, competing with the likes of Matt Leinart and Trent Edwards in the PAC-10. Moore attended high school at William ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Zack Nally

Comments are closed.