DOLPHINS: Running into the kicker, seriously?
Mark L. Diana
mdiana at tulane.edu
Mon Sep 15 00:06:32 GMT 2008
I agree. If the Cards were in prevent from the middle of the third
quarter, Pennington still didn't move the offense, and Henne did. I
don't know if they were or were not playing prevent, but even if they
were, I don't think that changes the fact that Henne looks like, as
you say, a real-life NFL QB. He took some hits, had a couple of 4th
down plays, and just generally handled himself well. In fact, he was
the ONLY thing about this game that looked good.
Wow, do we ever have some problems on the defense.
On Sep 14, 2008, at 6:48 PM, Kristoffer Shields wrote:
> Have to be careful not to take too much from the Henne appearance,
> given the game situation. But, it is encouraging that he looks like
> an actual, real-life NFL QB back there when he takes the snap and
> makes the throw. Been awhile since we've seen that.
>> Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2008 19:01:50 -0400
>> From: ldouglas at gmail.com
>> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
>> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Running into the kicker, seriously?
>> that and no blitzes makes all the difference
>> On 9/14/08, PJ Bimonte wrote:
>>> With Henne in, starting to wonder if it's the QB or the WR's that
>>> are the
>>> problem . Ginn gets his first catch and they are moving down the
>>> field. Man
>>> his arm is strong.
>>> From: dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com
>>> [mailto:dolphins-disc-bounces at phins.com] On Behalf Of PJ Bimonte
>>> Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 6:44 PM
>>> To: 'General Discussion of the Miami Dolphins'
>>> Subject: DOLPHINS: Running into the kicker, seriously?
>>> Fields got hit worse then that last week with no call. Gotta love
>>> Guess we're going to see what Henne can do now.
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