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You pick the quarterback best suited for the Dolphins

This blog is usually in the business of giving you answers, not asking you questions. It gives rather than takes. That's because I work for you. You do not work for me. (By the way, about that raise ...)

Anyway, as you know, the quarterback question is the question for the Dolphins the remainder of the offseason. Yes, the Dolphins might want to add another running back in free agency. Yes, the team will look toward other areas for a kick and punt returner, pass-rush help, perhaps TE help, and definitely more speed all around.

But it's about the quarterback, folks.

I think I've made that point on this blog, in my columns, and on my radio show. Alas, if I wasn't a wildebeest of a man, perhaps I'd have a TV show, also. Then I'd be really dangerous.

Anyway, this column is my latest attempt at addressing Miami's QB situation and it comes to the conclusion that, despite all of Miami's best efforts, you should not be surprised if it is Chad Henne who emerges as Miami's best option for the starting job in 2011.  But that is not the purpose of this post.

The purpose today is not for me to give my opinion, but rather, for you to give your opinion. Below you'll find a cute little poll I pulled out of my, ahem, head. (Insert joke here). It asks you to give everyone your answer to Miami's quarterback question.

As the Dolphins are often interested in what their fans think, this is not a vain exercise. I guarantee you folks working for the team will see the results of this poll. I'm not saying that will sway the team's decision one way or another, but your voice does matter.

So simply pick the quarterback you believe should be Miami's quarterback target when the labor problems end and the flag drops on trades and free agency. Make your pick based on which player you believe is the best fit for Miami. Also, tell everyone the reason for your choice in the comments section. And if I failed to name your guy in the poll, do so in the comments section.

Go!

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How bout Armando as Dolphin's QB in a throw back jersey & leather helmet running serpentine patterns in fear for his life as Ravenous Ray Lewis chases him around the field


VINCE YOUNG

Remember unfortunately how VY Torched OUR AZZez at home only 2 seasons ago with that deadly accurate strong cannon arm & strong running/scrambling ability

Believe Young is going to step up his game even farther and is younger and stronger than the aging Palmer, who a couple of good hits prob only has a season or 2 left

Palmer also has a LOT OF GARBAGE YDS & TDS
(So keep it REAL)

Young could play 6 more yrs easily. Yes he can be an immediate QB that could come in and lead and possibly play PRO BOWL football

With this offense u r going to need to improvise, scramble, and would be a huge plus to be a big strong tough running threat at QB

Kudos to the 1st poster of last nigh on this blog!
Home agrees w u 100%

Vince Young will obviously have a chip on his shoulder to prove he is an elite NFL starter. He has been through a few up and downs but still remains a convicted competitor who has plenty of gas in the tank. He has already shown he can compete on this level and just needs a fresh start. He is a winner and will lift the guys around him. I say we go for it.

Posted by: TC | May 10, 2011 at 12:14 AM


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The time is now for the Miami Dolphins to sign FAs QB Vince Young & RB DeAngelo Williams to compliment OUR TEAM

have a HAARPy day :(

Home has spoken

Too Old:
Collins
Bulger
McNabb

Too crazy:
Young

Too expensive:
Kolb

Not gonna be available:
Palmer

Not any good:
Flynn
Quinn

Orton is the guy.

odin, you nailed it on your post at 1:10pm its exactly how i've felt about sparano/henning when it came to thigpen. i watched that kid bust his balls in camp and win the qb job. but no way did he get a fair chance;not even close. then with no practice snaps all season he starts with no oline against the bears. sparano should have taken snaps. thigpen was all class and never complained about these idiot coaches.

Greg Z...The aftermath of the Chicago game is where the team SHOULD have parted ways with Henning. That was a total embarasment. I'm not sure we had more then 10 rushing attempts in that game. Even with a mis-mash line, you have to at least try and run it. I dont blame Thigpen 1 dime for that performance.

Imagine how Henne would have done in that same situation? Even the Bears were dumbfounded after that game. When you are a good defense, and you are only forced into defending 1 part of the game. It becomes childs play. At least when you run the ball. The offensive line can be aggresive. When you pass with a patchwork line. There are so many factors that come into play. Just trying to get the center, and qb on the same page as far as protections is difficult with practice. Imagine a shortened week, then the emergency situation with the Berger injury..That was a joke.

Sparano could have been fed to the sword after that one as well. At some point the head coach needs to take responsibilty for his team. I think that Hennings aura of experience over Sparano effected Sparanos leadership confidence.

Orton. He has a good history with Marshall. Always liked him in purdue. Not super mobile but we have a line to protect him now

Darryl Dunphy,

Thanks for using my stats as your own. See:

TIME STAMPS!

Bottomline:

Palmer seems to be at his best when having less than 33 passing attempts per game. Then seems to be at his worse int wise when having 36 or more passing attempts per game.

Posted by: DyingBreed | May 10, 2011 at 01:27 PM

Whats up fellas???

Anytime your qb is forced to throw it north of 35 times a game. The odds are you are going to lose. There are two maybe 3 guys in the league that can do this. I would bet that the winning percentage for these elite guys is 500 or less when they have to chuck it this many times. For a mortal, or bottom feeder. The number needs to be between 25-30 attempts per game to have a shot each week.

Sure there will be weeks where you have to throw it more then you would like. There maybe weeks with a bottom feeder qb that you can win when you throw it beyond this 35 attempt mark. For our team to be effective offensivley.We have to limit the pass attempts to below 35 per game. It will not matter who we have behind center. Do this and we have a chance. Test this number, and we will be doomed

Posted by: Darryl Dunphy | May 10, 2011 at 03:33 PM


NOT EVEN A THANKS DB, I DO THE WORK AND YOU TAKE THE GLORY! LOL.........

Seeing as I live in NJ and saw many Phila. Eagles games I do like Kolb and see his gutsiness and decision-making as qualities I like for this team. He had Vicks shoes to fill when he was hurt with his ribs and he did well. Palmer is more seasoned but there's a price tag and I think he's got a prima donna factor which doesn't work well here. I will never feel Henne is right for the Dolphins.

Wow! Does Henne compare to John Elway?

In Elways 3rd season he had over 600 passing attempts for only 22tds and 23 picks. That nearly 200 more pass attempts than Henne, still Elway only threw 4 more picks. With nearly 200 more attempts Henne would have been on pace for about at least 25 picks.

In Elways 4th season 504 attempts(100 fewer) for only 19tds and 13 picks. Guys these are realistic numbers for Henne to hit in his 4th season.

Also in Elways 5th season he only threw for 19tds and 12 picks. Then in year 5, had only 17tds and 19 picks. Year 6 18tds, 18 picks.

Guys Im far from calling Henne the next Elway. However, Elways 1st 10 regular season-wise wasnt much better than what Henne thus far has produced. Just Elway was a threat to beat you with his legs too in the beginning.

Dont believe check out Elway's regular season passing stats the first 10yrs in the league. They compare favorably with what Henne has done. Henne just hasnt had any playoff heroics.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Elway

Alright Alright...I was trying to re-enforce your point.. So Thank You Mr. Dying Breed for the original post. I agree with you, was just adding on that it includes any of these guys we may aquire. To this point. Why not keep Henne? We aren't going to find a quarterback with the kind of quality to win games in this fashion. There is no sense in giving away any future picks for a player that falls into this category. We already have one.

We need to ascertain what each of these quarterbacks knows about Clarified Butter. The one with the most comprehensive knowledge of Clarified Butter shall be the wise choice.

DD,

Read my post above your 4:20 PM. I was "amazed to find this out. WOW!

Darryl,

You stole my thunder this time.

I was going to answer Greg with those exact two points.

Hennings play calling and SpOrano's inability to stand up to the insanity.

PS: Hennings aura? Well put. I know auras are supposed to be visual, but I think I could smell Hennings, cause it stunk!

DD,

Also with about 200 more pass attempts Henne should have also been at least at 23tds passing in his 3rd nfl season(2010).

I only have access to my PC right now.

When I voted Palmer had 41% of the vote.

Anybody got an update?

Guys as far as having authority to overule Henning. I seriously doubt a 1st time hc, oline coach to boot, would have been given authority to overule a 30yr OC.

Sparano had never even been an OC prior to the Dolphins gig. I see no way he had authority to over rule Henning(30+ yrs experience).

Now the game management issues are an entierely different beast. Still we have no clue if Henning radioed down for those untimely timeout. They were always when the offense was on the field you know. And offensive strategy had to be Henning's responsibility.

Not saying not any of those untimely timeouts were not on Sparano. But it also has to be considered they were strategic timeouts concerning offensive strategy. So I'm willing to assume at least half of those may have been called from the booth by Henning.

Henning's now out so lets see if this improves Sparano's game management.

Man I'm just a D!ck today..Ripping everyone off.

Dying..Those are some eye opening stats. I realize that you are not compairing the 2. This just proves the point that in the right system you can have success. If the system doesn't fit....Hopefully this can be a factor for Henne.

Palmer's at 41%. So now we know if he's acquired for a premium pick and doesnt produce as expected. Nearly half of the fans polled were in full agreement with the decision.

So I dont wanna see over 80% of those who post here come with the crybaby bs should Palmer flop. We'll know many of you cosignes the bull s*hit!

DD,

I just didnt think Elways regular season numbers were so pedestrian like his 1st 10 seasons. Elway pretty much earned his true fame in the post season.

His regular season stats were pretty middle of the pack his 1st 10 seasons. WOW! LOL.........

DD,

Elway's from Stanford, Andrew Luck's from Stanford. Both have put up pretty similar numbers.

If Luck also follows Elways regular season numbers the 1st 10 years, its very debateable if its worthy to give up an entire draft to anyone to get him. Not based on possibly winning only 2 SB's.

Late in his career I might add. LOL.......

I feel confident that Chad Henne will bloom into a quality NFL quarterback this year. I think a new OC and a new philosphy will invigorate him as well as others on offense. (BTW, by "quality" I mean good but not great. I don't have unrealistic expectations of him.)

If we bring in a veteran I would prefer Carson Palmer and Kyle Orton over everyone else. I am tired of wasting draft picks on QB's year after year and these two would likely be second or third round picks. I pick those two veterans over everyone else although Bulger and Hasselbeck would be decent options if they were healthy since they don't require any draft pick compensation.

I'm also interested in seeing what Deleware product Devlin has to offer and if we pursue him when free agency starts.

DB @4:33,

If that`s the case then he should have been 86`d right after the Chicago game like Dunphy posted along with Henning while Nolan became Interim Coach. I don`t buy it for a minute that a HC can`t overule his OC whenever he pleases, after all there is a reason he`s the Head Man.

If Parcells told him to trust in the plays Henning was calling that`s one thing but when it all started to go South last year Parcells was in his Jupiter,Fla home. It was squarly on Sparano and even Ireland after the fact as the G.M. to address it if Sparano lacked the know how to deal with the situation, which by the way is scary as hell to think that our Coach is so absolutely clueless that his assistants are running the show because it also means that he doesn`t understand his own teams play book.

Dying Breed..The one thing that Elway needed, actually the whole team. Was a coordinator that jived with Elways skill set. It was 1985 when I believe Reeves hired little known Mike Shannahan to run the offense. Just sayin' who knows how Elways career pans out without Shanahans help. Before that. Reeves handles the duties as hc, and oc.. It takes the perfect storm of talent, and the right system for the quarterbacks to grow. I'm not taking anything away from Elway. I just think that 9 times out of ten. If you don't get the mix right, you get mediocratiy, or even failure. There is some luck involved.

Terrelle Pryor QB OSU

fin4life,

Think about it. Parcellss was trying to add longterm stability to the franchise. Thats the purpose of choosing a pseudo young HC. If "LONGTERM STABILITY" wasnt the primary purpose Parcells would have named Henning HC.

Henning is a lifelong pal of Parcells and over 30+ years experience. Can imagine even in a biggest of brain farts Parcell allowing an absolute green horn HC(zero OC experience) power to over rule a 30+ year OC vet?

Come on now, fin4life, I klnow youre way smarter than that.

DD- I agree

fin4life-

I also believe Henning's plans were to coach 3-4yrs max and to "set the table" for Sparano offensively. Once Henning retired, then Sparano would be the big balla shot calla for the offense.

I guarrantee Sparano has full authority to over rule Daboll!

my question for the past coaches;henning,sparano,david lee(qb coach),etc. "after grooming/coaching henne for 3 seasons as the next franchise qb, why are we the only team who can't run a 2 minute offense??????? we are totally clueless with clock management,time-outs(sparano didnt know the clock stops on change of possession),no huddle,shotgun,deepseam routes,fades,post patterns. instead we max protect and clank one off the fullbacks helmet behind the line of scrimmage or decide to run up the middle for 2 yards twice!??? how bout when we had the ball at midfield with seconds left before the half and decide to run out the clock because "something bad could happen"? then we give the coach we are going to fire an extension and raise??? then we grab a fired off. coord. that finished behind henning in offense? now we think a qb is going to rescue this bunch?

Can we reset the poll? There's no reason Carson Palmer has 41% of the vote. He'll be too expensive and just as effective if not worse than the other options available to us. Just give it up guys, he's not worth what we'd have to pay for him and he can't do it with Ocho, T.O. or T.J. he won't be able to do it with Marshall, Bess or Gates.

Seems Parcells blueprint for Dolphin success is one of longterm stability and sustainment. Longterm stability and success doesnt equate to having the same in the short term.

I guess over the next 1-3 season we'll definitively find out how well that has worked out. Under this sort of plan 2011(4th yr) has to definitely be a point of "turning the corner."

Just remember, "turning the corner" doesnt neccessarily mean we will get to a SB this year. It means at least 10-6 and 2nd rd playoff appearance. Even if one and done it has to be a very competitive one and done.

..I want to set the record straight. I don't think for a second that Sparano should have gotten the sack after that Chicago game. I should have worded that differently. What I meant is that it would have been justified. Would it have been the prudent move. No way.

As far as Henning goes. THAT was the time for him to go. I truley believe that Sparano was overmatched with Henning above him calling the plays. To afraid, or without trust of himself to put an end to the madness that was our playcalling.

This does not excuse Sparano. But maybe in the end Sparano learned something from Henning. Hopefully he learned that he needs to be more vocal in what happens on the field. That ultimitley it is his head. Hopefully it is the experience that will allow Sparano to put his stamp on this team. So far I'm not sure he had done this.

Even if available Palmer's a 3-4yr starting qb answer at best. Everyone else Henne is either just as good or compares favorably too.

Palmer's the best win now solution, however, he still doesnt come with guarrantee of even a 1st rd playoff victory. Remember:

In Palmer's first full playoff game, he struggled. Palmer threw the ball with a 50 percent completion percentage, with 1 touchdown, 1 interception, and a 53.8 passer rating, in a 24–14 loss to the New York Jets.

He struggled severely against Rex Ryan's defense. The same defense he'll see twice a season as a Dolphin.

THEY MUST HAVE A QUATERBCK THA CAN THROW GOOD IN THE RAIN ANDINHE SNOWS LIKEIN BUFFALO NOT LIK HENNE FROM WARM WETHER

THE SLEET RAIN

Fellas,

Sadly, none of the available QBs are all that appealing. Where the fins really blew it was years ago when they failed to sign Drew Breese. That said, of those available, the only QB that has PROVEN to be a winner is D. McNabb.

Henne is the best option. If does not work the next draft there will be good prospects. Mallett maybe a year in New England is a better prospect. Please no more Fielder, Palmer, Culpeper, Young, Lucas, Orton, etc.

Whoooooooo caressssssss!? There is no football. The NFL is locked out. Why should we give a crap who the qb is when we don't even know if there will be a season! I'm only coming in here from now on to see if the lockout is over, if not I'm out. I will start posting again when we actually have a league and something to talk about. Otherwise it is a HUGE waste of time. See Ya!

Don't give up any draft picks for any of these guys. Get the Blue Hen Pat Devlin in udfa, get rid of the two backups for Henne now. Take one of these vets if no draft picks are involved. I think Henne will shine this year, just has to get some fire in his demeanor. Be the field general and project some life and it will spread throughout the team. This is your year Chad,we depend on you. Go get it!

Aloco you dolt Henne played in Michigan. It doesnt get much colder than that in the U.S.

Now,,,again,,,See Ya!

Go with Henne, and following the draft, a better O-Line, speed at WR to stretch the field, more options at TE, a young RB with prospects thus getting opponents to respect our offense and stop putting 8 men in the box. If we can get a Vince Young at little or no cost, take him. He has 1 more chance in the league and if he doesn't grab it with both hands his stock will be next to worthless so you'd expect an attitude/ work ethic/ maturity change. Let the coaches see him at work/ his attitude etc. and let him compete with Henne for the starting position. 7-9 last yr could so easily have been 9-7. We're better equipped after the draft for 2011 so I think a wild card is a real possibility if our defense plays at the 2010 level or improves - possibility if 2010 injured rookies return and perform.

Ireland sucks. Thigpen is better than Henne and he's not even signed. We could have drafted Ingram, then Hankerson, then Mallet. Now we are stuck with a Rocket arm with no touch or accuracy, stares down WR's and cant read Defenses. Henne cannot improvise and he sucks at audibles.

Carson palmer.pretty simple .

Trying to discern just what happened between Henning and Sparano last year is an exercise in futility. I have read that Sparano should have "overridden" many of Henning’s play calls. To that I would say this, "Overridden them with what?" and just when exactly should that have taken place?
The playbook is what it is. And as far as Henning’s playbook went, teams had solved his riddles long ago. He was predictable even when trying to be unpredictable. Should Tony have found the time in the 25 seconds between plays to argue out a different call, what call does Tony make that is any different then the rest? Sure, he could have ran instead of thrown or visa-versa, gone outside instead of inside... But had either failed, things would have remained the same, EXCEPT for the fact that the team would have realized there was a huge rift between the HC and OC.
I'm sorry, but I fail to see where having a HC/OC shlong length contest would have resolved the foundational problem that Miami was predictable. The ability for their QB to audible or be more fluid when he saw the chance to do so seemed to not exist. Now, whether or not Chad Henne has the ability to be as creative can only be answered when and if he has an opportunity to do so. It is easy to like Tyler Thigpen; Backups are always team favorites because they take no blame... EVER! Thigpen being playing outside what the coaches wanted may seem like an admirable thing. It may also be why Thigpen has NEVER won a game as a starter (in the NFL) or why he NEVER had a chance to compete to be the starter?
BTW, I chose Vince Young in the poll. Yeah, he is a possible head case, but he will not cost picks. I do not think this Management or Coaching staff is going anywhere next year, But should I be wrong, I do not feel that taking away from the new guy’s is a fair way to allow them to get started in Miami. I also feel that Young’s mobility will add a dimension that will help in our division. I am certain Young knows if he goes bonkers, that this will be his last chance… EVER! And because of that he will try his best to make a good run of it. And if he fails its no biggie… We would be right back to Henne where we were anyhow and we loose no picks like we would is Kolb, Palmer or Orton were to flame out. I still find it humorous that we cannot find anyone “Good Enough” to replace Henne in FA. We are looking to replace a guy who most feel is better than anyone who is available for a reasonable price… Can anyone else see the irony in looking for such a player? Or is it only me who find this ironic?

Jay...

I ask you... How can you say Thigpen is better then Henne when Thigpen has won ONE(1)game as an NFL starter? COMEon MAaaaan....

Henne may not be Joe Montanna, But don't treat the guy like he is completely imcapable of winning, he has proven he can win game, Thigpen has not!

we blew it not gettin mallet when he was available. we need a younger guy to feed upon an learn from day one who is talented.dont go for the quick fix. we got marino who was ready from the jump. but comin off a super bowl there was no rush.focus needs to be on weapons for henne. not hand cuff him. berry or coop from da u made more sense to me than da kst guy. if he was so great then why was he so far down. u backs prove to everyone onstage that they have wut it takes in da nfl. cmon guys.dolphin sux when it comes to home grown talent.if luck posed to be da man this year we take a look at him when season over. but its a long season. tj yates would have made a decent sleeper pick this year. but focus on weapons for henne or who da hell eva is our future qb. but we need weapons. period.

I voted for Vince Young.

Cheers,

Based on you Draft assumptions, Ingram, Hankerson and Mallet, Miami would have drafted Ingram at 15 (way over priced), Hankerson in the 3rd, No speedy receiver fix there, and the Mallet, A guy who would not be able to wear Henne jock for at least a year, but who would cause every moron fan in SF to start chanting his name every time Henne threw in incompletion. Who was your interior O-line guy? Where is the speed on the outside, You took Mallet, he cannot beat out Henne on a bet this year so you STILL have Henne and 4 Slow Wide outs and a running back you gave up a 1st round pick for behind an O-line that is soft in the middle!....... Naw... I'll take Irelands picks over yours pal...!

Fin4life @3:58,

I hate to do this to you but seriously???? Your facts make no sense. Quinn didn't have a shot his rookie year. He lost that job like I said because he held out at Training Camp. Derek Anderson started off hot and therefore he didn't get a shot. The next year 08 Mangini didn't give him a shot how are you going to bench your pro bowl QB the following year. It wasn't until Derek had a horrid year and got injured that they put brady in. The plan wasn't for him to start from day one. It was to learn. The three games he ended up starting he looked good. Looked like a rookie but managed the games well. He ended the year with a season ending injury. In 09 He had nothing left. The cupboard was bare. Winslow was gone. Braylon was only the 4 games. Lewis looked like he was 50 years old running the ball. An O-Line that all of a sudden required a QB to scramble for his life. No one could have succeeded in that situation.

So as far as your facts. Braylon was a pro bowl receiver in 07. True but what had he done since. He had a bad 2008 and led the league in dropped passes yet still had 900 yards receiving. In 2009 he only played in 4 games with the browns. So I don't understand how Braylon has anything to do with this other than he dropped a lot of passes thrown his way in 2008 for the 3 games that Brady played in.

Kellen Winslow was Brady's main target in the 3 games that he played in 08. He wasn't with the team in 09 he was in Tampa so not so sure how he factors into this either.

Josh Cribbs was their WR????? Really???? In 2008 Cribbs caught 2 balls and in 09 he caught 20. In 2010 he was over the 30 mark but seriously??? You are considering him a weapon for quinn in 08. He was the starting QB for Kent State University and a project pick. He is still learning how to be a WR.

I don't even know what to say about you using Stallworth as a defense. Once again in 08 Quinn played in 3 games.


3 serviceable RB's in 2008/09???? Jamal Lewis ran for 1000 yards in 08 on 3 ypc. In 09 he rushed for 500 yards on 3 ypc. James Harrison had 850 yards in 09 but 500 of those came in the final 3 games of the year. The team averaged just over 3 yards per carry for the season. Where are the 3 backs at???? Were you counting Cribbs in there as a RB????

Seriously dude. I understand that he was supposed to be a stud coming out of ND. I watched him nearly every game. But I can tell you he hasn't had an opportunity with any type of talent. Do you remember the 09 season? Mangini refused to name a starting qb until the Saturday before the game. The players didn't know. They had split carries in practice. The team had no continuity. No one thrives in that situation. I am not saying Quinn is the answer but at least come up with some serviceable what you call facts. Like I said before he would be worth looking into for a 6th round pick. He would have an O-Line to stand behind. A big WR that likes to go get the ball. He won't succeed in a west coast offense. That isn't his style. He's a Pro Offense QB. Another reason why he won't be moving up the charts in Denver.

henne will start the season for sure and IF it goes bad............??????

Carson Palmer has had success in the league. He is a high character guy that would benefit from a change. He also has expeience dealing with Diva Recievas allowing him and BM to mesh and hopefully click. The Dolphins could add the defense and running game that Carson has been without in Cincy.

Brady Quinn is not starting caliber, pure and simple. The reason he's nothing more than a journeyman is because that's all he has shown himself to be to two different NFL staffs. It's not as if either had a pro-bowler ahead of him, either.

Quinn's just not very good.

With out Henning there to hand cuff Henne, he WILL be a MUCH better QB, let the kid throw to the NEW wepons & HAVE SOME FUN, for a change!!! Henne is a better QB than EVERYONE THINKS!!! Oh yea DUMP THE MILDCAT TOO!!! Time to shine Henne.... GO FINS!!!

octavian I don't think you understand. He did have a pro-bowler ahead of him in cleveland. Anderson was a pro-bowler BQ's rookie season. He would have had a pro-bowler ahead of him last year in Orton. His numbers were there if it wasn't for Rivers, Manning, and Brady. Which those three will make it very hard for any AFC QB to ever be a pro bowler ahead of them. He was also traded from a Pro Offense to a West Coast offense. They are two entirely different systems. If you don't get the snaps in practice then it isn't an easy thing to just pick up and run with.

Not to mention he had 4 different Offensive Coordinators in 4 years. Let alone an entirely different offensive system in year 4.

WELL HENNE ONLY PLAY A FEW GAMES IN THE SNOW ICE SLEET AT MICHEGAN COLLEGE BUT HE IS FROM CALIFORNA AD ONLY LIKES THE BEACH WETHER

Henne grew up in Pennsylvania.

G D it ALOCO! Your spelling is atrocious! That means bad! But we love you anyway on this blog

i say andrew luck :D

I vote for Vince Young!! I think he has huge upside at a low cost and he is is still only 27.

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