break that by taking Henne out of the equation, is not only an injustice to Henne but also a drive killer in many cases.
I think this is a bad argument. It's not like you have to take a snap and turn around and give it to a running back and then stand there and watch him get tackled puts you in more of a rhythm than going over to the sidelines, talking with the coaches and potentially looking at photos to dissect a defense in the middle of a drive.
In other words, it benefits Henne to come out in the middle of a drive, not hinders him. The only argument that needs to be made about the ineffectiveness of the set, and that has to do with A-Henning not having a good feel for the game and B-Poor execution.