I will admit Chad Henne is definitely playing better than last year, despite having a porous offense of line; His QB rating is better, his td to int is better, his overall demeanor is better. Nevertheless, one major flaw in his game continues to veer its ugly head. He is a TERRIBLE QB in the fourth quarter; there is nothing much more to say. How else do you explain a 141 QB rating in the third dive to a putrid 48. Say what you will about all the problems the Miami Offense has, the fact is when the Dolphins needed 10 yards Henne had three straight incompletions and an INT. Reminds me of the Steelers game last year, the game was striped from us by bad refereeing, yet still we got the ball with more than a minute left to play, all we needed was a field goal to win; 3 incomplete passes and an INT. If that isn't bad enough, lets us consider that the Dolphins have gotten to the Red Zone more than any other team except the Patriots and Chad Henne has only posted 4 TD's, in comparison Colt McCoy with his mediocre receiving corp. has 5 td's. When a second year starter is posting more TD's than you and outplaying you in crunch time it is time for you to reevaluate your NFL future. No new offense, no new coaching staff, no new philosophy will improve Chad Henne's major flaw as a QB, he is not a good player in big moments, because he is not a good player. I'm sure all the Chad Henne apologist will point to a bad Defense, a bad offensive line, dropped passes, and all that Jazz. I will admit all of it is a major problem for this catastrophe of a team, but Chad Henne is not the solution he is part of the problem. To many out of bounds passes, no pocket presence, and a regressed completion percentage. I had hope for the young Henne, he looked good in the preseason, unfortunately starters don't play in the fourth quarter in the preseason.