Let's face it: Pat White was not brought in by Miami's top brass to start at QB. Bill Parcells and company are confident that Chad Henne is the Dolphins' QB of the future. So far, from what we've seen from No. 7, they seem to be vindicated.
A second round pick was used on White for one thing: to man the wildcat. First and foremost, White's throwing is suspect, so it seems odd they would use a high draft pick one year after drafting Henne.
Speaking of White's throwing, he is a left-handed QB, which means that the Jake Long investment is no longer needed. Sure, you could move Long to right tackle, but the point of paying him the big bucks was to anchor the left side of the line.
White has plenty of potential to shine in the NFL, but it is clear that he was brought in to ...
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