Henne is not productive enough, except when it comes to INT's. He leads an offense that can't score points regularly, except off the foot of Dan Carpenter. Injuries and Henning have been a factor, but Henne has never thrown more TD's than INT's in a season and I bet it finishes off that way this year. Defense and the weather gave us a win against the Jets...if the Jets' receivers didn't drop easy passes then it would have been a loss for sure. Henne played horrible. The guy has huge problems with accuracy and misses open receivers routinely.
No need to argue though. Next season, I strongly suspect Henne will be benched for good and will either be a backup in Miami or be traded. He might even begin the season as the starter, but I bet that won't last. If he ends up turning it around and being a solid QB, then great, but I sincerely doubt that is going to happen.
I'll bet that not only does Henne start, but he plays the entire season as the starter short of injury.