The Miami Dolphins are making a big mistake.
Henne might be -- and I say might because we're not sure yet based on his play -- the quarterback of the future.
Pennington's best football is behind him. So the Dolphins are essentially giving up on a kid who might be their long-term answer for a lollipop-arm passer who certainly isn't the answer.
Has Henne played that poorly?
Or is he a victim of a bad offense?
I know offensive coordinator Dan Henning is looked at in positive light by many in the media, but I think his offense is outdated and stale.
Henne has been a victim of that staleness.
The Wildcat died -- as we predicted -- but even that hasn't helped open up the Miami offense. Neither did getting receiver Brandon Marshall.
His touchdown-to-interception ratio isn't good with eight touchdown passes to 10 interceptions, but I think a lot of that has to do with the creativity of the offense.
Don't blame Henne. Blame Henning.
It doesn't matter who plays quarterback in that offense. It's way too predictable and that will hurt any quarterback, especially one with a big arm like Henne that was essentially wasted.
Get ready, Miami fans. You might want to get a stopwatch to see how long those Pennington passes stay in the air.
Helium balloons have nothing on Pennington passes.