DOLPHINS: Henne vs. Sanchez
kms223 at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 13 15:48:22 GMT 2009
I think the defense needs at least one awesome player, either at the LB level or at Safety. Two would be ideal, but they can make do with one, I think, as long as they also get a better player (not necessarily a star, but an above-average NFL player) at the other position. And on offense, it's that #1 receiver, of course. I agree with Rick that a play-making TE would also be good---I'm wondering if it's getting more likely that we'll actually re-sign David Martin. Bottom line, though, is I said at the beginning of the year that it wasn't losing that was bothering me so much as that it didn't look like we were making progress. It does now----we are building a personality and, while Henne is going to have rough spots this year, he looks like he can be the "type" of QB that can run this offense. I feel a lot better about where we are long-term now than I did a couple weeks ago. I don't think we make the playoffs this year, to be honest---these next three games are particularly brutal. But I think we can set ourselves up to be in a really good spot going into 2010, hopefully do a better job in the FA market, and find a playmaker in the first round of the draft. And, we keep hope alive for this year for now, which is also fun. Good day to be a Dolphins fan.
> From: mdiana at tulane.edu
> Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2009 07:05:26 -0500
> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: Henne vs. Sanchez
> I agree completely. I was watching the game with the "rebuilding"
> perspective, and on the offensive side of the ball, I was happy with
> what I saw, and would have been had we lost. The defense, however, is
> more than one player away, I think.
> On Oct 12, 2009, at 11:16 PM, Kristoffer Shields wrote:
> > 2 things I wanted to see tonight: 1) How would Henne hold up
> > against the Jets rush? 2) The Jets are trying to make themselves a
> > physical team....how would the Fins look up against that
> > physicality? I couldn't be happier on either point.... A lot of
> > fun to win the game, but more important is what that means for the
> > future.
> >> From: Randy.Salas at startribune.com
> >> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
> >> Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 23:06:40 -0500
> >> Subject: DOLPHINS: Henne vs. Sanchez
> >> What's most amazing about Henne having a much better game,
> >> statistically, than the much-talked-about Sanchez was that Henne
> >> played only two-thirds of the offensive plays. He was constantly
> >> being pulled out of the game for the Wildcat. On top of that, the
> >> composure he had under those Jets blitzes was incredible. Sanchez
> >> didn't get nearly the same pass rush from the Dolphins.
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