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Thread: Anyone else worried about Henne lighting us up?

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    During the crunch time yesterday, most of Henne's passes never made it past the line of scrimmage - I have never seen a team knock so many balls down like Houston.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drfletcherdc View Post
    During the crunch time yesterday, most of Henne's passes never made it past the line of scrimmage - I have never seen a team knock so many balls down like Houston.
    Yeah, they do it to everyone, not just Tannehill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zounds View Post
    I watched Henne play yesterday and there was nothing special about him whatsoever. He was the same old Hennne. He thre a few passes right into the hands of a defensed, only to be dropped. A few of his TD passes were the results of a WR taking a short pass to the house. Henne's stats for that game are very misleading.
    Not exactly true. That Justin Blackmon long TD on 3rd and 10+ was a BEAUTIFUL throw by Henne. As was his 4th quarter TD strike.

    He had several flat out perfect throws. Placement/Velocity/Eyes. All were proper. He's an NFL quarterback, he's absolutely capable of making throws like that. The thing is, will he do so consistently?
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    Our CB's are bad. I wouldn't think any NFL QB would have a problem against us at this point.

    Offense needs to step up. Cant have the defense be the reason we lose games. Play like the Pats and simply outscore.
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    I'm probably the only fan who wanted to keep Henne. At the start of last season, I thought that he really looked improved from the year before. The problem was that the rest of the team sucked and was out of shape. I believed that with better coaching, playcalling, and more talent around him Henne would be pretty good. I honestly think that he wasn't given a real chance in Miami due to the coaching and talent level on the roster. I hope he does well against the Fins, since the playoffs are out of the question and more losses mean better draft picks.
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    Those saying it was one game did realize it came against the best defense in the NFl, right?

    Henne will tear us up, as will any other QB we play. Wilson, Brady,CKap/Smith, Henne, it really doesn't matter. This secondary outside of Reshad Jones is dog ****. Pure, dog ****.

    Every year it this time we all get excited for the draft. We always shout, "next year". Well when the **** will next year ever be the year this franchise turns it around? I love this team and always will, but ****.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houtz View Post
    Those saying it was one game did realize it came against the best defense in the NFl, right?

    Henne will tear us up, as will any other QB we play. Wilson, Brady,CKap/Smith, Henne, it really doesn't matter. This secondary outside of Reshad Jones is dog ****. Pure, dog ****.

    Every year it this time we all get excited for the draft. We always shout, "next year". Well when the **** will next year ever be the year this franchise turns it around? I love this team and always will, but ****.
    Couldn't agree more
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    If Henne comes in a dismantles us he deserves the accredation. He is very capable of doing so regardless and if he does I will sit back and laugh hysterically.
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    Good point up there ^^^^^. Our D still only gave the Bills 12 points on offense, and we were driving to win the game with just one possession at the end. If Carp hadn't blown yet another FG then we would've only needed a FG to win the damn game. Our secondary is challenged, yadda yadda, meanwhile we're in just about every game while scoring less than 3 TDS a game on offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houtz View Post
    Those saying it was one game did realize it came against the best defense in the NFl, right?
    Yeah but in context, wasn't he terrible with the game on the line and didn't his receivers have some crazy YAC?
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