With playoff hopes quickly fading away, the Miami Dolphins need to begin clearly charting Chad Henne's good points and his bad points. Against the Tennessee Titans today, for all Henne's grit and yards passed, he was not what the Dolphins need under center, unless you're the type that likes look away from the screen during a crucial play.
No, this was not Henne's day. His career high 349-yard passing yards were marred by three costly interceptions, including the one in overtime that sealed the game for the Titans. In addition, that stat was padded by a game-high 57-yard strike to Brian Hartline that could've and should've been picked off, so perhaps a more telling number is 292-yards. True, it would not have amounted to four picks, because the game would not have gone to overtime ...
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Article written by Sam Deerhill