In the Palm Beach Post, Marshall was talking about the "relationship" (if there is one) between himself and Henne and the frustrations he's been through this year. He came here, he claims, because of Coach Sparano and at one point in the article, Marshall went over to Henne after one of his interceptions in the Detroit game and started pointing. He complained about the conservative game plan that Henning calls each week and marveled over the relationship that he had with Cutler and then Orton after the trade. I remember a lot of people, when Cutler was at Vanderbilt, it seemed like all the posts were about Miami possibly drafting him. He's capable. Orton is capable. It seems that if his name is not "Manning" "Brady" "Young" "Elway" or "Marino" that they are no good. Miami MUST find a way to get a QB that is friendly to Marshall and I hope that will come with our new OC. Oh, we will get a new OC - Henning WILL NOT be there. I firmly believe that before two more weeks go by, around mid-January, if not sooner, Henning will no longer be. We have the pieces. And I agree with MANY of you, if not all, we need a few more, yes, but it's the OC. Our defense is great now. Why? What happened between last year and this year? Did Sparano do something different? What did Sparano do? IT WAS NOLAN. And that's what Miami needs. An OFFENSIVE NOLAN. Read that article. It's very good.