The Miami Dolphins are 0-3. Starting quarterback Chad Pennington has a dislocated throwing shoulder. The team is averaging an anemic 14 points per game. And yet, one of the team's best play-makers languishes on the sidelines, third-string quarterback Pat White.
True, White is a rookie and did not play in a pro-style system at West Virginia. True, he is smallish by NFL quarterback standards. True, he does not have an overpowering arm.
But here is what is also true: He is among the fastest players on the Dolphins. He is an accurate passer. He is a smart player. And he ran a system at West Virginia that looks like it's the only hope for a moribund Dolphins' offense.
Pennington is a game-managing quarterback. He is accurate, heady and steady. But he is immobile and cannot ...
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Article written by Frank Ahrens