I personally think Henne is having a Good year
It is better than Joe Flacco, Eli Manning and Donovan McNabb.
Not Hall of fame numbers but productive, 3 int's under pressure when your ST has a historically bad game giving up 21 pts NO PRESSURE AT ALL (SARCASM). But little do you know Henne's 86.2 rating so far this year is decent, well above the Mendoza line. It is about what Matt Ryan and Matt Schaub have.
Seventeen QBs have as many or more than Henne's four INTs. Philip Rivers has as many in fewer attempts. Those with more include Drew Brees, Tony Romo and Sunday's opponent (if healthy), Aaron Rodgers.
Henne has not, by my measure, been the goat in either loss, two games in which he combined for 668 yards passing, by the way.
The Play-Calling have been putting too much on Henne a more balanced attack is well needed, and putting Henne on the sideline while driving down the field in favor of the Wildcat is not smart on Dan Henning's part.
So go ahead and put Pennington in who can barely throw 40 yards and that would just waste B-Marsh's ability to go deep, Or a young thigpen, or maybe even trade for one and waste players and Draft picks GO RIGHT AHEAD!!!!
If you're going to point fingers, point them at the questionable Play calling or maybe the Special Teams,Not at one individual on a team.
There you go the guy you love to hate and if the question is whether Chad Henne will be Miami's starter and a good one for a lot of years, well, confidence outweighs caution that the answer is yes.