Exactly why Dan Henning needs to go, NOW.
It's not just Henning, although I'm not a fan of his, it's been the entire franchise philosophy since we lost Marino. Conservative, don't turn the ball over, small ball offense. I've thought they were just bringing Henne along in phases, but I don't know anymore. They either don't trust him or they're stuck in NFL '70ish. I'm done trying to figure it out, but something has to give.
"It's so easy to be average. It takes a little something to be special. Why be around average?"
The fact of the matter is..... the QB is average..... the play calling is based on the trust of the offensive staff and the HC... and it's "evident" Henne isn't high on the trust list.... thus vanilla.
With 2:34 left to play... decent field position and the two minute warning to stop the clock... Henne had all the ingredients to show he knows how to get it done.... and he sh*t the bed..... he lacks the "intangibles".
Poor execution on the throw to BM for the TD... like the HC said.... "we make that play a million times in practice".... The "evidence" is mounting.... the Parcells remark is gaining a platform....
We have an issue at the QB position.... I don't like it... we'll see.