With the recent news coming in that the Washington Redskins will be moving up to the No. 2 pick, the Dolphins quarterback hunt has dwindled down to their last two options.
With Washington expected to take Robert Griffin III with their newly acquired second overall pick, the Dolphins are looking at Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn to take over the starting role next season.
For Miami, it was always a long shot to move up in order to draft Griffin and now, with the Redskins being the highest bidders, Miami is putting all their chips into free agency.
Stephen Ross is willing to do anything in order to get Manning down to Miami and will have to outbid teams like the Kansas City ChiefsDenver Broncos and possibly theSeattle Seahawks for Manning's services. 
Manning's upside is that he is obviously proven and if he can stay healthy for two or three years, the Dolphins are immediate Super Bowl contenders. With Manning in place, it is also possible that Miami can reel in free agent Reggie Wayne to play alongside Brandon Marshall as well as tight end Dallas Clark. 
Miami's plan B is free agent quarterback Matt Flynn. Nobody has better information on Flynn's potential than Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin. Philbin knows what Flynn is capable of doing right now, as well as his potential with this team.
Flynn would not be brought in with a package, like Manning could be, but he is a younger and healthier option that could pan out for Miami and possibly give them a franchise quarterback.
It has been made clear by the Dolphins front office that Miami is not all in on Matt Moore starting next season despite the success he had late last season.
With Robert Griffin out of reach, the Dolphins are down to their last two options and they better be convincing in their recruiting, unless they want to see Jason Campbell or Kyle Orton wearing the aqua and orange in Week 1.