Hanging Chad: With Pennington Out, Dolphins Should Start Pat White

Posted: 29th September 2009 by Josh Rutledge in NFL
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Will the spread work in the NFL? Tony Sparano might have the answer. A shoulder injury to Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington is expected to keep him sidelined for the remainder of the 2009 season. With Pennington out, Chad Henne is the likely starter. But that would be a mistake. Instead, the Dolphins should start Pat White. Chad Henne is the safer choice, no doubt. HeÆs been on the team for two years. HeÆs a pro-style QB. In short, heÆs a lesser Chad Pennington. But what are the chances Miami makes the playoffs with Chad Henne? Not good. Already facing a 0-3 hole to start the season, it would be tough enough with Chad Pennington, much less with Chad Henne. So why not scrap the conservative option and put Pat White to the test? After all, this is exactly what head coach Tony Sparano d ...

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