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Throw more TDs than picks, stop locking onto recievers, and stop throwing into well covered recievers. Henne gets a lot of time to throw and he still can't make plays.


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While Henne has had a couple of 4th Q comebacks, and I am a supporter, I will admit that he just does not have an IT factor....not sure if that can come with time, or if it has to be there from day one.


This is the type of gibberish fans make up when a guy doesn't have the ball bounce his way.

Kobe couldn't do it without Shaq, Jordan will never win a championship, Lebron doesn't play well when it counts, Manning will never win a Superbowl because he chokes in the playoffs.

Heard all this "IT" crap before.

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2 things, the ability to audible, and an offensive coordinator that peaks his head out of his but once and awhile.


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His touch should be in the red. And so should his anticipation. He throws a good timing route.. But, man this guy can not anticipate crap. He's always late with the throws too.. as he WAITS for his guy to get open instead of throwing him open or seeing him about to come open. His vision is questionable.. at best.

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Henne has the it, we dont unleash it. Our game doesnt change near the end with us being down and it makes no sense to me. Henne carved some(3 to be exact) masterpeices last year and was the main reason i beleived he is the guy.


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Henne has the it, we dont unleash it. Our game doesnt change near the end with us being down and it makes no sense to me. Henne carved some(3 to be exact) masterpeices last year and was the main reason i beleived he is the guy.


They pretty much abandoned the run after half time. They said to Henne. Win this game for us. And he couldn't do it. Of course.. it doesn't help when guys are dropping balls and he's getting sacked. But, he missed PLENTY of wide open guys running deep. And his piss poor slow anticipation led to 1 INT at least.

BTW.. I am pretty sure we did not game plan for running back passes at ALL! (foolish. Cam Cameron.. HELLO!?) I couldnt believe how unchecked and uncovered those guys were.

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Henne does not have the IT that Matt Ryan had/has, or even that Joe Flacco has. Again, I don't know how much of that is confidence/experience vs. something that comes from day 1, but right now he doesn't have it, IMO.


Then I guess IT means better talent and offensive coordinators.

All Henne has is Brandon Marshall. Flacco can go to Boldin, Rice or Mason. And if things aren't working there he can go to Whos your momma.

Ryan has multiple targets he can go to as well.

Henne has Marshall and a bunch of role players.

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hypocritex wrote:
finfan109 wrote:
Henne has the it, we dont unleash it. Our game doesnt change near the end with us being down and it makes no sense to me. Henne carved some(3 to be exact) masterpeices last year and was the main reason i beleived he is the guy.


They pretty much abandoned the run after half time. They said to Henne. Win this game for us. And he couldn't do it. Of course.. it doesn't help when guys are dropping balls and he's getting sacked. But, he missed PLENTY of wide open guys running deep. And his piss poor slow anticipation led to 1 INT at least.


They abandoned the run.

Thank you. End of discussion.

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His touch should be in the red. And so should his anticipation. He throws a good timing route.. But, man this guy can not anticipate crap. He's always late with the throws too.. as he WAITS for his guy to get open instead of throwing him open or seeing him about to come open. His vision is questionable.. at best.


This ^^^^

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This is a team game and Henne needs his team to step and make some plays too. Too many dropped passes regardless of how "hard" they were to catch, and on the other side of the ball, every week there seems to be one guy who we can't figure out how to cover! Rice was running wild all day and Henne had nothing to do with that. Sean Smith had a gimme for 6 points, couldnt make it happen. We tackle like cheerleaders! What Henne needs is a team effort!


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Phins Rock wrote:
He doesn't have Bess?


Yes, a role player.

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You're either clutch, or you're not. You either step up your game in crunch time, or you don't. Henne hasn't. That's all I'm saying.


Show me a clutch QB with no one to throw to.

Hartline falling on a comeback. Marshall making a minimal effort on that slant. Ronnie and Marshall dropping passes in crunch time.

I agree Henne needs to improve, his pass at the goal line to Fasano was putrid. But let's be objective in our blame...

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BTW, that pass to Marshall was high. Should it have been caught....ehhh...if he did it would have been one hell of a grab.


If it hits you in both hands, you come down with it. That's what top receivers do. He gave MINIMAL effort on that play. The commentators even said so.

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The best slot WR in the game. If that's a role player, than so is Ray Rice.


Ray Rice is a feature back. He gets 20 carries a game and catches the ball out of the backfield.

Very poor comparison on your part.

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Ronnie can easily be a featured back as well. I think Ricky has naked pics of Henning and Soprano together.


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Ronnie can easily be a featured back as well.


But he isn't.

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Rich wrote:
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He doesn't have Bess?


Yes, a role player.

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You're either clutch, or you're not. You either step up your game in crunch time, or you don't. Henne hasn't. That's all I'm saying.


Show me a clutch QB with no one to throw to.

Hartline falling on a comeback. Marshall making a minimal effort on that slant. Ronnie and Marshall dropping passes in crunch time.

I agree Henne needs to improve, his pass at the goal line to Fasano was putrid. But let's be objective in our blame...


Its both. Henne has missed some throws in crunch time. Its unfortunate but its true. But over the last few games he probably has a few TD passes if not for drops and a few less Ints if not for a bad ruling (Pitt game) and some receiver blunders. But he is still not coming up with the big play when needed. He's missed some key clutch throws this year in almost every game.

The passing offense has been exposed somewhat. Take away Marshall and Bess and Henne is left with inconsistency. Hartline and Fasano have some really bad drops. Brown has dropped a few crucial 3rd down passes. And teams know they just have to drop two safeties back and make it a much tighter field to operate on with know true deep threat.

I thought Bess would be his safety valve but truth is you really need a good TE for that job. Dallas Clark, Heath Miller, Dustin Keller, Jeremy Shockey, Tony Gonzalez, Antonio Gates, etc...they've all bailed their QBs out on several occasions when the receivers cannot.


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He's averaging 16 carries per game this season


If you can't do basic arithmetic, you're going to have trouble getting into college.

153 carries divided by 8 games equals 19.125 carries per game.

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Who cares what Ray Rice is doing. We are talking about what Henne isn't doing.


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Bess is a play maker in the slot. A guy who is able to, and will at some point in his career, catch 100 passes perennially.

So you can prognosticate and use something that hasn't actually happened as an argument, but dismiss what people who actually played football said about the effort Marshall made?

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He's averaging 16 carries per game this season


If you can't do basic arithmetic, you're going to have trouble getting into college.

153 carries divided by 8 games equals 19.125 carries per game.


He was 131 carries this season....
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/players/p ... erId=11289

That was thru 7 games.... look at the game column, genius.

Add 22 today and you get 153. :hithead:

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Who cares what Ray Rice is doing. We are talking about what Henne isn't doing.


The point is Henne may not be doing it because he doesn't have players like Flacco and Ryan have to throw to. Try to follow along the context of the conversation if you can...

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The commentators even said so.


Oh....the commentators said so. There we go then.

I thought it before the commentator even said it. And we know that I CANT be wrong. :)


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If you want to know what he needs then really look no further than the running game. Ronnie and Ricky aren't producing like they should. Part of that is the interior of the line. They are doing a nice job of protecting Henne but they aren't really opening big holes for the backs. But what do you expect from a career backup, an unhealthy rookie, a guy who has been passed around to a few teams, and a guy Dallas was happy to dump.

Get the ground game dominant and Henne's job is much easier.


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If you want to know what he needs then really look no further than the running game. Ronnie and Ricky aren't producing like they should. Part of that is the interior of the line. They are doing a nice job of protecting Henne but they aren't really opening big holes for the backs. But what do you expect from a career backup, an unhealthy rookie, a guy who has been passed around to a few teams, and a guy Dallas was happy to dump.

Get the ground game dominant and Henne's job is much easier.


Ronnie gained 45 yards on 6 carries on the opening drive.

He got 4 touches the rest of the game.

You can't have a successful running game if you go away from it.

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The point is Henne may not be doing it because he doesn't have players like Flacco and Ryan have to throw to. Try to follow along the context of the conversation if you can

LOL! Speaking of not following along.....Did I mention that Henne throws more picks than TDs? Did you watch the Bills light them up last week? They hardly have a RB or a good WR corp.


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Makchell wrote:
The point is Henne may not be doing it because he doesn't have players like Flacco and Ryan have to throw to. Try to follow along the context of the conversation if you can

LOL! Speaking of not following along.....Did I mention that Henne throws more picks than TDs? Did you watch the Bills light them up last week? They hardly have a RB or a good WR corp.


PFfffft .... Evans, Parrish, Johnson for the HOF! ;o)

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Makchell wrote:
The point is Henne may not be doing it because he doesn't have players like Flacco and Ryan have to throw to. Try to follow along the context of the conversation if you can

LOL! Speaking of not following along.....Did I mention that Henne throws more picks than TDs? Did you watch the Bills light them up last week? They hardly have a RB or a good WR corp.


Speaking of following along, how many of those picks were Henne's fault?

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This thread is lost so move on! This is now an argument between Rich and Phins so what the rest of us say means nothing! I made valid points as well as many others and they get lost in the flooding of the thread by those 2. Of course it is Phins thread so so be it, I'm used to it and that's why I stay quiet!


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But a QB rating of 60 in the 4th quarter is just not good enough. I don't care if you have a Pro Bowl everything all around you...you either have it in crunch time or not, and right now Henne doesn't.


How many QBs have it at crunch time with nothing around them?

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Rich wrote:
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If you want to know what he needs then really look no further than the running game. Ronnie and Ricky aren't producing like they should. Part of that is the interior of the line. They are doing a nice job of protecting Henne but they aren't really opening big holes for the backs. But what do you expect from a career backup, an unhealthy rookie, a guy who has been passed around to a few teams, and a guy Dallas was happy to dump.

Get the ground game dominant and Henne's job is much easier.


Ronnie gained 45 yards on 6 carries on the opening drive.

He got 4 touches the rest of the game.

You can't have a successful running game if you go away from it.


Exactly. I said in another thread that had they let Ronnie just pound it to wear down the defense then Henne has the field open up for him. Whether its play call, play design, or effort level, the ground game has to be more productive. Henne isn't going to win games and the defense isn't going to hold teams to under 20 points each week.

I have no idea why Brown didn't have 20 carries today.


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But a QB rating of 60 in the 4th quarter is just not good enough. I don't care if you have a Pro Bowl everything all around you...you either have it in crunch time or not, and right now Henne doesn't.


How many QBs have it at crunch time with nothing around them?


It is football. You cannot isolate one player from the rest of the team.

Henne hasn't been put into the best situation to win by his coaches. His defense leaves something to be desired. Could he play better? Sure. But, I'm not writing him off when we have other problems on the team that are preventing us from winning games.

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Phillip Rivers, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Jason Campbell and Matt Cassell (at least right now), Josh Freeman, Colt McCoy.


Wow, those guys have nothing around them? Really?

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And did you just imply that Henne has NOTHING around him?


Why don't you go back and read what I said and see if Henne's name is anywhere in there.

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But a QB rating of 60 in the 4th quarter is just not good enough. I don't care if you have a Pro Bowl everything all around you...you either have it in crunch time or not, and right now Henne doesn't.


How many QBs have it at crunch time with nothing around them?


The only guy I can think of is Tom Brady early in his career. He did well with guys who really weren't big names.


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It was implied.


Stick to the facts, kid. I knew what I was saying when I said it.

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In defense of Marshall.. well not really.. He was covered. Then as he started to break to the open Henne stared him down and laid it in there late. Giving the defense time to react. You can see things a lot different when you are at the game. Its awesome. But, it was a poor effort by both players. Marshall still should have caught it. It hit both his hands.

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In defense of Marshall.. well not really.. He was covered. Then as he started to break to the open Henne stared him down and laid it in there late. Giving the defense time to react. You can see things a lot different when you are at the game. Its awesome. But, it was a poor effort by both players. Marshall still should have caught it. It hit both his hands.


Every WR is covered on a slant....

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In defense of Marshall.. well not really.. He was covered. Then as he started to break to the open Henne stared him down and laid it in there late. Giving the defense time to react. You can see things a lot different when you are at the game. Its awesome. But, it was a poor effort by both players. Marshall still should have caught it. It hit both his hands.


Yup. Both. But there are a few who think it's one sided.

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The only guy I can think of is Tom Brady early in his career. He did well with guys who really weren't big names.



Brady had terrific coaching.
His players on offense played smart.
He had a terrific defense.
He had a cutch kicker.


He had help.

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he has had 3 games where he has a chance to win a game in the 4th Q, and has failed each time.


Actually, no. He had a game winning drive to WIN the game against the Packers.

Also, he had game winning drives against the Jets, Buccs, and Patriots last year. (Plus, he had a drive that forced ovetime against the Titans) In effect, 42% of Miami's wins in 2009 were due to a game winning drive by Henne.

You can't claim he's a disaster in the 4th quarter.

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You can't claim he's a disaster in the 4th quarter

Let's stick to the current year please.


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You can't claim he's a disaster in the 4th quarter

Let's stick to the current year please.

.....ever hear of a sophomore slump? And since when is this season over anyways? Last I counted there was still half a season to go.


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