I've been hearing this, but I haven't seen it yet. I have a feeling that Henne will do better in year 2. And having a healthy Ronnie and Cobbs could make defenses scratching their heads.
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"It's going to be tough to defend," Henne said. "If you give us on-on-one coverage, we have Brandon out there one-on-one and, obviously, we have other receivers in Devon [Bess] and [Brian] Hartline. If you keep two deep and keep less guys in the box, then we're going to run the ball at you."
With added options come a more complicated offense. That will create more situations at the line of scrimmage and in the pocket that will call on Henne's generalship. He has to be up to the challenge.
"I think what I've learned is decision making and handling the ball the right way and making better decisions out there," Henne said. "I've kind of accomplished more in the preseason and the offseason, but there's still work to be done.
"We obviously have new weapons out there, so just go through my reads and be the quarterback that I am."