NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: AFC East Preview

August 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Miami Dolphins
Miami isn’t the most talented team in the division, but they are well-rounded. They finished 7-9 last year even with Ronnie Brown missing most of the year, average receivers, and a new quarterback who was playing a year ahead of schedule.
Miami's original plan was to have Chad Pennington start all 16 games in 2009, and then gradually bring in his replacement: Chad Henne, their ‘08 2nd round pick out of Michigan. However, Pennington went down in Week Three, and Henne was forced to take over.
With respect to Tom Brady, Henne is not the best QB in the division. But that doesn't mean he's some slacker. After struggling a bit in his first couple of games, Henne improved drastically as the season wore on.
He led Miami to two wins over the Jets and a comeback victory over New England. Henne is strong-armed and will be one of the better quarterbacks in the AFC this season.
Part of Henne's eventual success will have to credited to Miami'...

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