Chad Pennington To Start For Miami Dolphins: Fans Question Tony Sparano

November 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins believed that their quarterback of the future, Chad Henne, and big offseason pickup, Brandon Marshall, made them contenders. 
Fast forward a few weeks and the Dolphins are sitting at 4-4, 1-2 in the division, and have road games against the Pats and Jets on the schedule. 
Things don't look particularly hopeful.
With that in mind, Tony Sparano has gone ahead and replaced Henne with veteran backup Chad Pennington.  Pennington, as you may remember, was the starter in Miami before injuring himself in Week 3 last season.
Henne's not the problem
At first glance, it does look like replacing Henne is the right move.  Despite picking up another weapon in the offseason, Henne has thrown only eight touchdowns against ten interceptions.
The offense as a whole has scored only 11 touchdowns, tied for second worst in the league.
But, if you really look at the losses, it becomes clear that the Dolphins are more a victim of their...

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