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Thread: Anyone else worried about Henne lighting us up?

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    If garbage like Kolb can go for 3 TD's in just one half against us.. and over 300 yards passing..

    and If a crappy Jake Locker and the Titans can beat the dolphins by 30+ points in miami, averaging a whopping 14 yards per completion making big plays in key moments...

    then most certainly Henne can come in here and beat this miami team. I'd probably bank on it as he'd love nothing more than to beat the dolphins and show them up. We've seen this movie many times before, so nobody should be surprised by such an outcome if it occurs.
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    Chad Henne is like a hot air balloon at some point it will come back to earth.
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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.
    Wow, I am not a Chad Henne fan, but to say most of his stats were empty is an enormous under-statement of how well he played yesterday. One "short" throw to Cecil Shorts where Shorts took it to the house is about the only hollow stat for the game. Henne was throwing beatiful deep balls to Blackmon and actually threw a ball with touch (yes, I said it, Henne and touch in the same sentence) to Marcedes Lewis for a 25 yard TD. It's almost a guarantee that this guy goes out and throws for 175 and 3 INTs next week, but to say he did not look good yesterday means you didn't truly watch the game.
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    Who says Henne is even going to start when the Jaguars come to Miami?

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    Gannet won't be getting his job back after that performance. Henne in that 1 game has outperformed Gabbert's entire career
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    I'm not afraid of Chad Henne lighting up our defense. Even if he does our coffin will be nailed shut by then anyway so whats it prove. I love hoW Finheaven ****s all over our defense despite the fact that there the biggest reason we have 4 wins and with the exception of the Titnas game, where there were a ****load of short fields for the Titans to work wth, have done a good job at holding teams to field goals even though they're giving up yardage.

    I'm much more concerned about Jaxsonville shutting down our offense, which is a more likely scenario we should all be worried about. Henne could beat us with 17 points (yes that used to be 20 but it's going down). We should leave the defense alone until the next time we score 24 points and lose. The offensive problems with this team are way larger than the defensive ones. A non offensively challenged team would be just fine with our defense. 12 points to Buffalo but I bet it was their fault.
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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.
    Wait, you didn't just go by stats? Who actually watches football anymore? Get with the times!





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    Here's my question:

    Which body part will Chad Henne point at when he runs in a touchdown? What was his season ending injury last season, I can't even remember...
    "Society became divided into camps in which no man trusted his fellow. To put an end to this, there was neither promise to be depended upon, nor oath that could command respect; but all parties dwelling rather in their calculation upon the hopelessness of a permanent state of things, were more intent upon self-defence than capable of confidence." - Thucydides, probably predicting the rise of internet message boards
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    Henne is capable of lighting us up. Our DB's are terrible. If he has time to throw, it is quite possible that we will lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registeredguy View Post
    Here's my question:

    Which body part will Chad Henne point at when he runs in a touchdown? What was his season ending injury last season, I can't even remember...
    His shoulder. Of course he'll come in and throw 7 TDs and 450 yds. Why not?



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