Some things in life should not be and I'm about to share a couple with you.
On Wednesday, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne did an interview on WQAM radio in South Florida and hosts Anita Marks and Curtis Stevenson asked Henne about Tim Tebow.
Thing that should not be No. 1:
"My judgment is that he's not an NFL quarterback," Henne said of Tebow. "So, I'll leave it at that."
Look, Henne has a right to his opinion. But let's be honest here. Chad Henne has started 14 NFL games and thrown 14 interceptions to 12 touchdowns. Henne himself has not yet proven he is an NFL quarterback, either.
Furthermore, if he thinks Tebow isn't an NFL quarterback, what would Henne say about teammate Pat White?
Tebow is a bigger, stronger, more accomplished Pat White. And if Tebow isn't an NFL quarterback doesn't that mean White isn't an NFL quarterback?
Thing that should not be No. 2:
The folks at QAM do a good job. As the former Dolphins flagship station they obviously have spent the past few years overlooking many of the team's flaws. Their ratings, meanwhile, have been on the decline.
Somewhere along the line if you're going to run a professional sports radio station, you have show at least a tiny semblance of professional journalism, no?
Not at QAM, apparently. After Henne said he didn't think a former Heisman Trophy winner and a two-time National Championship winning QB wasn't NFL material, Marks and Stevenson simply ended the interview.
"OK, enough said," Marks said, abruptly ending the interview.
Actually, enough wasn't said. How about a follow-up question to allow Henne a chance to explain himself and perhaps even get himself off the hook? It doesn't have to be confrontational. How about:
"What are the reasons you have that opinion?"
And if the station needed to go to break, they could have easily held Henne over a segment and asked the follow-up after the break. The point is the show had interesting stuff on the hook but simply threw it back in the water for no good reason.