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Post Henning again fails to pass
Every week against every good opponent we come on here and blame this player or that player. When does this critique need to go to the OC or DC.

Henning:
1. The guy refuses to go with what is working. Whether its Ronnie or Ricky, or Henne, Henning out coaches himself on a regular basis.
2. He stubbornly keeps doing what isn't working...probably until Sparano forces him to abandon his stupidity.
3. As creative as the guy can be, he'll constantly have 1 to 2 headscratchers a game.
4. Who is coaching Henne to playfake on obvious passing downs - Maybe its me but it takes his eyes off downfield and turns his back. He then has to turn and make a quick decision. It is fooling no one.
5. Who forces bad plays on the offense? IE who would call a quick slant pass when a long pass is what is needed. At some point avoiding mistakes has to be thrown out the window and you have to attack the entire field.

STs - Have contributed in one way or another to every loss this year. In close games where the offense and defense are closely matched, ST's make a huge difference. Miami's ST's, although better, are still worse than the teams they're facing.

Defense - Mike Nolan is winning his share of battles. He lost today and at home to NE. Otherwise, his gameplans have been solid. His young defense is still making mistakes but just got beat on the field today.


Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:43 pm
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Post Re: Henning again fails to pass
Junkie I have been saying this for the last two years. Henning is the reason that Henne gets the blame.

Real quick, if the coach puts players in position to make plays isn't the opposite also true.....in this case Henning continues to put Henne in a bad position. The most glaring evidence of this is Ronnie Brown's performance today. 9 carries. 7 YPC. And it's Henne who has to win the game for us?

Fire Henning, Sparano, and Ireland for thinking that we are making progress. IMHO we are no better than we were when Wanny was screwing it up. At least we knew that Wanny was screwing it up


Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:57 pm
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