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RoboHenne is back and that is not a good thing

One of the things I perceive is a problem with quarterback Chad Henne is his robotic, unfeeling, almost zombie-like approach to playing his position.

Henne would never think of calling a freak audible that isn't dictated by the defense or coaching staff. He follows his progression of reads even if it means throwing a 4-yard pass to Ricky Williams with 23 seconds to play from his own 28 yard line when he's got no timeouts and needs to go 45 yards to line up for a game-tying FG.

Heart? Passion? Emotion? Nowhere to be found.

It drives me crazy.

Henne had one game when he played like a guy with a big heart in his chest and emotion coarsing through his body this season: The Raiders game on November 28. He has since gone back to the uninstinctive, unemotional, uninspired, unsatisfactory play that we saw before he got benched.

On Sunday, however, Henne took robotics to a new high. He did it on the field. And he did it in his post-game press conference to the point he is starting to lose credibility.

To recap: On Sunday the Dolphins lost their sixth home game in seven outings. The offense was largely ineffective against one of the worst defenses in the NFL. The loss eliminated the Dolphins from the playoffs.

The pain and meaning of the day was captured by perfectly by Brandon's Marshall, who issued a finely tuned apology to his defensive teammates for the offense's poor play. Marshall also said it was everyone's fault, including coaches, that the offense is not producing. (You can read Marshall's statement in the previous post.)

Henne followed less than a minute after Marshall spoke. And he totally lost me.

(On Brandon Marshall’s comments apologizing to the defense) – “I mean it’s not embarrassing. Obviously we didn’t do what we wanted to do out there execution wise and finishing the game but we win and lose as a team; there’s no pointing fingers. That’s about it; we win and lose as a team.”

What he should have said: I can't blame Brandon for feeling the way he does. I can't disagree, either. No one with a brain would.

(On whether it was frustrating being taken out of the game late while the Wildcat was run) – “Well I mean that’s the coach’s decision. They make the call and if they feel they can run something with the Wildcat and make some positive yards, we’ll do that.”

What he should have said: Frankly, yes. I think Wildcat has a great place in our offense but when the game is on the line, I want the ball in my hands. And I don't want to comment beyond that.

(On whether the fans were justified in booing with only one home win) – “They’ve been booing the last couple weeks so I guess we’re used to it. We, we don’t want to go out that way. It’s a sick feeling for us. I mean to not have home field advantage in this league is, it’s tough and it’s not like we’re not trying out there not to win at home. I mean there’s a lot of guys out there with a lot of heart playing, playing their hearts out out there for our fans and our home field advantage out there.”

What he should have said: Yes. We work for them and we haven't given them enough reasons to cheer, enough reasons to show up in droves, enough reasons to be happy. It is on us. They react to us. We don't react to them.

(On what he would change to get more touchdowns rather than field goals) – “I mean put it on our shoulders. Whatever is called, we’re not going to point our fingers at our coaches or players. Whatever is called we have to execute. We had some negative plays there, some penalties that hurt us. It’s just execution. We’ll put it on our shoulders as players to execute the play that’s called and making the decision after that.”

What he should have said: I would change my execution. It needs to improve. I'm the starting QB. I touch the football on every play. If I perform at a certain level, we'll score more points. Having said that, I'm still learning and I need to get better. Be patient. I'll get there.

I believe the Dolphins will go searching this offseason for a quarterback that doesn't play robotic and isn't seemingly walking on egg shells because the coaches have brow beaten him and turned him into a double-talker.

The Chad Henne I've seen this year is not that quarterback.

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ha ha ha...he is used to the Boos!no wonder they made him this song..chad is a mother f u c k e r joke
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8bzZEtOcb8

Odinseye,

This isnt fully about Henne, Henning, or anyone else to be named. In all realization this is so totally about 10 yrs of fans frustration.

Never have we been so enemic for so long. For everyone to be in split camps is to be expected. Every focking dolfan in America is thoroughly frustrated beyond means over everything that's been building up inside over the last 10 seasons.

Mando...now bash our coaches for not preparing our boys good enough, please tell the truth even if Sparano won't let you back in the locker room...he will be gone next year anyhow...do it please..be our voice!

Mando, have you seen the air conditioning company commercial that hired Henne as it's spokesman....this is not a joke, he is totally unanimated, speaks in a perfect monotone, devoid of any emotion, sound familiar? I'm going to check you tube and see odd there.

Chad Henne does not have the "IT" factor. Teams don't get very far in the NFL with quarterbacks that play like Chad Henne. He needs to go. Dan Henning needs to go, too. The offense is too predictable, too pedestrian, and way too conservative. It's a shame the defense has to waste away great efforts week in and week out because of the offense's ineptitude.

Armando ... You absolutely nailed it. I was steaming mad watching Henne today after the stupid pick he threw. But I was most shocked at his non chalant way. He was just shaking it off like it was no big deal.Come on man,you`ve just thrown an interception in how many straight?!? when are you going to slam your helmet.when are you going to punch a wall. Let it out damn it
I`m not sure that I`d fire Sparano but I`m damn sure henne would walk a lot lighter on his feet if Gruden was coaching. Maybe he`d appear as if he cared.

AT LEAST WE BEAT THE JETS LAST WEEK..THATS A GREAT FEELING!MERRYCHRISTMAS!

Over the past 10 seasons, same old song. We fail, fail miserably, then the even more rare playoff one and dones. Every year's always going to finally be the one we finally get it turned around.

The last 10 season have easily been the most frustrating time to ever be a dolfan. I dont give a rat's ass what it takes as long as lost ship get directed back on course!

And for those that blamed Dan Carpenter (not on this site but other blogs i've read) Dan has bailed theses band of bozos on the offense so many times this season that he should not feel bad for the missed FGs. Especially the one at the end, that whole drive to me looked like they were settling for a field goal to tie the game, not to win the game IMHO.

YaYa,

We do have a 4 WR set.

You know, that ONE play where they actually let Henne get in the shotgun.

You probably remember it by the way we run that sneaky little inside handoff EVERY SINGLE TIME-OVER AND OVER AGAIN!

I'm sure that one of these times it's bound to gain more than -1 yards.

When it does, Dan Hennings will smuggly sit back in his chair and say to himself, now we're executing.

look, if henne is afraid of henning, he is a coward. henning is retiring, and will have no influence on henne's career beyond this year. henne's future is on the line. if fear of failure or henning's wrath is what is keeping him from calling an audible or throwing the ball deep into coverage with the game on the line, then he doesn't deserve to start. parcells thought a big, strong-armed, durable big ten qb would suit his run first, ball control offense, and travel well in december in the afc east. it just hasn't and won't work out. the nfl has changed.

The total headscratcher about our offense is that we have far too much talent to be 31st in the league scoring. So you would think anyway.

by the way, all this talk about ``blowing up" the dolphins offense, i don't see it that way. they need a solid nfl starting qb (not an mvp type of guy), to shore up the interior of the ol, and a reliable receiver who can stretch the field. with good blocking, the rb's are serviceable.


“They’ve been booing the last couple weeks so I guess we’re used to it. We, we don’t want to go out that way. It’s a sick feeling for us

What's Henne been snorting lately? I thought they play at the new Jets stadium last week ? The Fans paid good money and YOU let them down with your 2 yard pass when the game is on the line!!Henne really need to evaluate his playing when he goes back and go over the film, anybody can throw 2-3 yd on each down,and if that's the case just let R.Brown do the wild cat for the remainder of the season.Since Henne is afraid to take hits, then just have him become one of the cheerleaders then.

Jeremy,

You were mad at Henne for throwing that pick?

Were you even watching the game or just checking the stat sheet for some Henne bashing material?

Murtha let the defensive end go right by him and got a piece of the ball you dolt!

I agree with you that Henne should have mad about it. He should have been mad at Mutha for doing his best Vernon Carey imitation.

If I wasn't so frustrated I would be laughing at this stuff.

Henne missed on 8 passes out of 44. Threw a TD pass and got us in position to win twice.

WTF do you expect. I bet if he was the holder on field goals it would be his fault Carpenter missed all 4 tries!

We need to draft a qb in the first round period. Henne can stay as I do believe he will be a good backup but he is and never will be a starter in this league. I also know we will need a running back but our offensive line is so horrible we need to go get a good center first so that will have to happen in the 3rd round. No running back you bring in will be able to perform behind that crappy ass o line. I do believe Ross will get rid of Sparano and Ireland. We have to hope for the giants to go deep into the playoffs as Cower already stated that the Giants are first on his list followed by the Dolphins and the Texans. If we do land Cower we may lose Nolan because Cower may want to control the defense. Ideally it would be nice to keep both Cower and Nolan but it may not happen. We will need a new Gm as well. Im sure Ross will give cower whatever he wants and I'm positive that cower will be able to turn us around in about 2 seasons. The main problem other than play calling on this team is o line. Once he fixes that we will be primed for long and successful run in the nfl. We just have to hope that works out so that we can get cower in here and get the ball rolling.

I'm out guys....goodnight!

Those who dont believe this offense needs to be blown up arnt watching the same games against inferior teams with the playoffs riding in the balance. Facing a bills team thats playing for nothing, with a bunch of names nobody has heard of and looking on defense like the 85 bears, the dolphins offense should hand back their paychecks for such a putrid performance. 19 runs for 60 + yards is an embarassement for a team thats built on being physical and run first mentality. This team panicked and shelved the run game only down 10-7 coming back from half time. Until this team commits to a philosphy and executes it on the field, it will continue to be bunched in with other average NFL teams who finish 8-8 or 7-9.

Winning is a culture. Pitt has it. New England has it. The names in those places change, yet the result remains the same. When is this organization going to wake up and get it?.

The Sunday night game between The Packers & Patriots was very competitive. The GB QB is playing I guess his second start in the NFL,and he almost beat the Patriots if only he had another 25 seconds.Henne has been playing over 32 NFL games already and he lose to teams that are playing for the number 1 pick in next year draft.So I was not wrong when I've been talking about Henne playing,the Truth hurts.



Dying Breed,

Last week on here when I said Henne was nothing more than a backup qb in this league you defended him and stated how he set all sorts of records and sent a bunch of wr to the nfl. I stated that those wideouts may have indeed sent him to the nfl as he has no passion for the game. Now this week it seems you are taking a lot of the things I said last week about how he was not all that great in college and he is the same player now as he has always been and applying them to your posts this week. Kinda funny if you ask me. Well its a good thing the more of us that complain about his inability to lead a football team the quicker he will be replaced.

Sorry Oden but while Murtha sucks as a right tackle, Yes I am pissed at the stupidity of trying to force that ball in there. Yes his arm was hit on the play,but that was where the throw was going in the first place. I want to support Hennde but he keeps making it so hard it`s unbelievable. I`m sick and tired of him being like a golfer whose just hit a bad shot . yeah the one who`s afraid of the adrenaline that comes from being mad at ones self. I want him to show me he cares like I do. Then I want to say to him " Chad settle down" but we can`t. He just goes to the sideline and waits. Damn it sometimes thats not enough. Sometimes you`ve got to let Murtha have it. Sometimes you`ve got to get your skill players together and kick some ass. Thats why I`m pissed at Henne.
I`ve been an appologist all year, and i feel let down.

Austin,

Lets forget about Henne for just a second. To me that's not the biggest problem.

Unless you know something we don't Henne is being smart by not dissing Hennings and towing the company line. Henning literally holds his future in his hands and he won't be the first QB that's been crushed by that nad suck.

Where did you hear Henning is retiring?

My worst fear, regardless if Henne ends up greeting people at WalMarts, my worst fear of all is having to sit through a 4th season of the number 1 most inept offensive system of all time!

Please tell me that you've read something legimate, something official. Some kind of announcement. Until this actually happens, ALL IS LOST.

What if Henning is planning on returning?

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Ha ha returning no way. Ross predicted a superbowl and we didnt even make the playoffs. The only coach that will be welcomed back by Ross will be Nolan. Everyone else should go ahead and start packing up their offices because they will not be back.

A totally bush league article, Armando. You're no better than a lot of the clowns on here who whine and complain about Henne every week. 'Robotic'? 'Heartless'? 'Passionless'?...whatever you guys want to say but you don't know what you are talking about. If any of you guys are putting this game on Henne today you need to go back and watch the tape. Henne had a nice bounce back game and with the exception of the interception and a couple of missed receivers he played a strong game. Nothing to say about the wildcat play that took the energy out of the team after Henne took them down to the 30? I'm guessing that was his fault while he was sitting on the bench? How come we NEVER take shots at the end zone, if only to maybe draw a pass interference penalty? I see other teams don't this all the time. No, it was once again very questionable play-calling again today and how come there was no running game to speak of against the 32nd place team against the run?

I think some of you guys will only be happy when you get a new guy under centre but careful what you wish for because a new guy will take time to develop and you have no idea what you are getting. For those of you who talk about Henne's lack of leadership, have you once heard this guy criticize the OC, or the lack of blocking from the OL or the lack of a running game, or of guys dropping passes? NO! And you guys claim it's because he doesn't care ir because he's just happy to have a job. Where do you get this information from? Do you even know Chad Henne? He couldn't be a four year starter at Michigam or a starter in this league without a little fire in his belly. You don't know what's going on behind the scenes and you don't know a thing that goes on between Henne, Henning and Sparano. So continue to criticize all you want but this guy never complains, plays through pain and never throughs his teammates under the bus. That folks is what's called LEADERSHIP.....look it up!!


just let R.Brown do the wild cat for the remainder of the season.Since Henne is afraid to take hits, then just have him become one of the cheerleaders then.

Posted by: Wang Chung | December 20, 2010 at 01:50 AM

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OMG, I think Dan Henning is impostering Wang Chung!

Wang Chung would NEVER post something this stupid!


I think it all starts with a certain mindset .

" We want to run the ball, control the game "
That's hard to do. How about " we're going to go out there and score points any and every way and time we can "

Let the defense control the game , the offense has to have an aggressive mindset .

Craig M,
Good and valid points and he is a good qb skill wise but he is not a leader. Do you know that he really cares? Do you really know whats going on behind the scenes? The oc is indeed horrible and he has to go. Henne can stay but he needs to make room for another qb as well one that does have fire in his belly. Henne's a nice guy but he has zero passion, he shows no emotion at all and thats what makes him a perfect backup good skillset but zero passion. It's time to go get a winner at qb that hates losing not sticking around with this awshucks it ok though I mean I tried kind of attitude.

craig m think you got it right but have they said to chad at no time will you change the play at the line?step back into the shotgun?maybe a draw play?Think they have a shock collar on him. Chad IS better than that,but,he is a FOOTBALL Q.B and does what he is told.Not having the ok to do what manning,brady ,rodgers,ryan and ahem favre do.So he runs what the O.C has called,maybe he needs a longer leash.

takeafterme,

I don't know Henne, just as you don't know Henne. But this stuff about 'nice guy' and 'no fire in the belly', it's just stuff people make up. Nobody knows any of that stuff. It's all maybe up to slander the guy. He's 25 years old, deson't wear his heart on his sleeve but none of us actually know what goes on behind closed doors, so why talk about it. Stick to the facts. The facts are that very often he is asked to do too much and very often the personnel that are on the field are utilized properly. That will change under a different OC and some extra pieces. I for one would have liked to see Henne playing with the likes of Kenny Britt, Jeremy Maclin, Aaron Hernandez, Hakeem Nicks, Desean Jackson or Rob Gronkowski, all guys this regime thought were luxuries and guys we didn't need. Wouldn't it have been nice if Henne had targets like that to throw to every week but Henne never complains about that stuff and for that people say he just doesn't care enough.....it's all bunk!

CraigM and takeafterme,

The voices of reason.

I agree COMPLETELY! Well, except for the lack of leadership skills. I think it's more a matter of letting it show. Show some fire and let it inspire your teamates and the fans.

We always need to be looking for the next Marino or Elway. We have a reponsibility to bring in guys that can push our starters ACROSS THE BOARD!

These Bozo's bring in Pat White, Thigpen, a badly damaged Pennington and Patrick Ramsey!

People can cry about Henne all they want. The facts are, it's not his fault we're running an outdated 80's style offense and it's surely not his fault that we haven't brought in a guy that can outplay him.

CH7 haters need to let it go.
A new O.C. is what is needed.
If CH7 fails under a new CH7 friendly O.C. then you may play the hate game.
Until then, shift your displeasure in the direction of Sh!thead - oops, I mean Dan Henning.

GIVE CHAD SOME LEASH

odin are you still there?
Got one for you:

And the sound that your hearing is only the sound of the low spark of high heeled boys!

Name that band.

Dear Mr. Salguero,

I have recently head that some fans are calling for "GIVING CHAD SOME LEASH".

I am aware that you and a lot of the fans are down on Chad Henne, but do you think a public flooging is in order here?

Just Wondering.........

Odin :)

This one is for you Soiled Bottoms, that's the best impersonation I can muster.

Do you think it was too soon? I mean considering we were just eliminated from the playoffs.......................

HEY ODIE,I'm your huckleberry

Parcells and Ireland are awful. This is what happens when you shy away from available talent.

R&R,

That's too easy: Traffic!

Just kidding man, you got me on that one. I had to search it.

I looked up the lyrics. Sounded cool, I'm going to look it up on youtube.

After wasting three second round picks on QB's recently, do we really want to pick a QB with our first round pick next draft when we have most of the O-Line to upgrade.
Why not trade Henne for Orton. His numbers are great this year and with us being a run first team, he can definitely stretch the field with Marshall.

Hey Pay,

I like the way you say Huckleberry.............

Dursley?

I didn't WANT too, but damn, I was hoping we wouldn't HAVE too! AGAIN we have too many needs to adress!

Show us SOMETHING Chad you only got two games left.

Trading for Orton would probably get a bit pricey considering Henne current value.

Odie,now that we are out I think they and I mean the O.C needs to let chad run the team and see if he has the moxie to recognize the opposing D.That might be the telling sign where we should draft a Q.B next year.WE NEED A RB and TE.

My eyes feel like their bleedin and my buzz is startin to fade

I got a hangover comin, but first I must get laid...............

-The Bald Muffin Blues-

Odin

Henne deserves another shot here next year but it must be with a new coaching/front office staff that votes Democrat and not Republican. I'm talking about Parcells, Sparano and Henning. Robotic play and robotic answers should be expected from anyone who is a part of this organzation. Parcells is corporate/military with his approach to running things. He has no interest in employees who think for themselves. He wants everyone to be programmed a certain way and much like the corporate world, individuality is met with stern disapproval (ask Jay Feeley). This has affected Henne's game on the field. Some of you have asked Henne to improvise when the play has broken down but that deviates from the plan. The conservative idiots who are running/ruining this team are writing Classical sheet music that's handed out. They want compositions played note for note with no exceptions. A new coaching staff is needed to teach Henne how to play Jazz or the best Rock n Roll...so he can learn how to improvise (meaning audible and not throw constant check downs). That is, if he hasn't been ruined already.

Pay,

I agree. They should AT LEAST put him in situations that would be beneficial to further development as opposed to playing for field goals and just trying to win out.

The off season hs officially begun and EVALUATION time for EVERYBODY.......AGAIN!!!!

Now I got a Bald Muffin I got to get a piece of. You got to get em while their hot.

Peace Out!!!!

Buns up and kneelin I'm A WHEELIN AND A DEALIN

FAT MAN I AGREE

Just to level the playing field -
Democrats suck too.

Aerosmith

Bring back pat white!

I mean Aerosmith Sucks!

Should not have played long in Dallas preseason game. The mess started there

Bring back offerdahl

I mean Pat White sucks.

No bring him back. Lol

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