Dan Henning: Destroying the Miami Dolphins

November 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Miami Dolphins’ Offensive Coordinator Dan Henning has pushed me to the limit. I am officially aboard the “Fire Dan Henning” bandwagon.
It may have taken me a bit longer to come around, but this Sunday was the final straw in a series of inexplicable, questionable and downright awful decisions that contributed to yet another Dolphins’ defeat.
Despite marching down the field to score a touchdown on their first series against the vaunted Baltimore Ravens defense, the Dolphins failed to reach the end zone again, and Dan Henning—not Miami quarterback Chad Henne—must take the blame for this.
Did Henne struggle?—yes. He threw three interceptions, no touchdowns, and missed a wide-open Anthony Fasano on the Ravens one yard-line.
And while Henne must make those passes if the Dolphins want to win games, everyone needs to remember that he's young and inexperienced. Give Henne time, and he will blossom (as he did in Week Three against the...

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