Without a young quarterback to build on, a team goes nowhere in the NFL and coaches follow their players to the unemployment line. And, yep, the Dolphins decided they're back to nowhere on Tuesday.
scary thought , hope it does not play out that way.
"I know I can play in this league at a high level, and I know I can take a team to the championship,'' Henne said.
probably will .... with Buffalo.
Let's not forget Bill Parcells in this, too. His reputation doesn't escape unscathed. Because if Henne fails to make it, then the Parcells Era was sunk by its first decision.
In Tuna we dont trust?
Add Henne to the list. Add question marks to the future of Ireland and Sparano, too, even as you put in a good word for them about strong leadership. They made a hard decision here. They tried to save a season.
Is anybody really prepared to once again bring in a new regime & start over? yes we will love them all at first & proclaim in April that we have the best staff in the league but then reality will set in again & we are back at square 1.
But the longer, more realistic list is the one of those who have failed here of late and never rebounded: A.J. Feeley, Daunte Culpepper, Joey Harrington, Cleo Lemon, Trent Green, John Beck …
So many saviors , where have you gone Jay Fiedler?
We're at that point now. Maybe moving to Pennington works out in the short term for them. But in the long term, the only thing for certain is it's time to start rating quarterbacks in the draft again.
Thinking short term certainly puts the writing on the wall I guess.