Chad Henne orchestrates the first-tea...

Chad Henne orchestrates the first-team offense at Dolphin's min...

There are 24 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jun 13, 2009, titled Chad Henne orchestrates the first-team offense at Dolphin's min.... In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Chad Henne finally got the chance to test drive the family's car without good old dad looking over his shoulder.

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Rick on the Beach

Miami Beach, FL

#2 Jun 13, 2009
I can't wait for the season to start!!! Barring major injuries there is no reason for the Fins not to make the playoffs and shock the world!!!
Pembroke Mike

Stuart, FL

#3 Jun 13, 2009
Home Super Bowl anyone? Wouldn't that be sweet. I am a realist and don't expect that but what if?
crazyman

Fort Pierce, FL

#4 Jun 13, 2009
the steelers are the team to beat hopefully new england and the steelers beat the hell out of each other and miami runs ricky and ronnie to the superbowl.....
Airmail

Hollywood, FL

#5 Jun 13, 2009
I met Chad Henne at the airport a few weeks when I sat next to him and his girlfriend in the gate boarding area.

Not only is he a gentleman, he is reserved and friendly. After a few minutes I asked him if by chance he was from Ann Arbor. He said the he was and I left it at that, not wanting to intrude.

It is obvious he spends a considerable amount of time in the gym.

Coach Sparano and Coach Parcells knew what they were doing. Our future is looking very good if Chad Henne is calling the signals.
Big Joe

Delray Beach, FL

#6 Jun 13, 2009
The Dolphins schedule for this season is scary. Since they won the division, they get to play most of the other division winners. I am looking forward to a good season. I hope my Phins make the playoffs. The Wildcat should deliver very well with the inclusion of Pat White. Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown and Patrick Cobb will do their thing as usual. And my man Devone Bess will really shine. I think 10 and 6 will win the division this year. What do y'all think?
CTifer

Saint Petersburg, FL

#7 Jun 13, 2009
I could have done without this line:
"It was good to feel Jake Grove as the center"
Sean

Gainesville, VA

#9 Jun 13, 2009
the future is looking good and Im a realist too and see no team in this league who we can not compete against. We are a better, deeper, and bigger team than last yr and we won the east, you can keep the excuses we had a easy shcedule, we were taken lightly to your self. We can and will compete for the east again and have a real chance to have a hometown super bowl. Phin fans need shades because the future is bright and its not just that FL sun.

Since: Apr 07

ridgefarm Il

#10 Jun 13, 2009
There are many reasons to look forward to this year. I hear pennington has been working on his arm strengh. I look forward to pat white running the wildcat, jake grove as center, patrick turner in the red zone, davis and smith as corners, gabril wilson as safety, and having porter and taylor rushing the passer.
Fart Fan Facts

Atlanta, GA

#11 Jun 13, 2009
Pembroke Mike wrote:
Home Super Bowl anyone? Wouldn't that be sweet. I am a realist and don't expect that but what if?
This year will be the first time its happened. The stars are all aligned properly and the Fins seem destined. The Steelers are probablly the best team but I don't see them repeating. The Patriot reign is all but over as they're in a retooling year with lots of questions. The team to look out for are the Baltimore Ravens. They've got all the pieces in place. If the qb steps up like I think he will, they're gonna' be a tough out and they certainly had our number last year. I think the Fins will be right there though, with a meaner O-line and recieveing corp that is a bit healthier and more experienced with Penny. I see Ronnie Brown and Ted Ginn having monster years. The very least I see the Fins making a deep playoff run. Something tells me this year or next is lining up to be special.
moe green

Eustis, FL

#12 Jun 13, 2009
its very likely we will see Henne as the starter and Pat White coming in to run the wildcat.

Penningtons days are numbered
beelzebub

Sun City Center, FL

#13 Jun 13, 2009
You never can feel too good if your Dolphin second round pick...

“WHY NOT US!!!”

Since: Feb 08

north miami beach

#15 Jun 13, 2009
beelzebub wrote:
You never can feel too good if your Dolphin second round pick...
OOOOOOOOOH, whats that smell??? Phooey, it must be Fart Fan in disguise... Give it up Fart Face, the stench gives you away every time...
GO PHINS!!!
marinofan13

Bloomsburg, PA

#16 Jun 13, 2009
Fart Fan Facts wrote:
<quoted text>This year will be the first time its happened. The stars are all aligned properly and the Fins seem destined. The Steelers are probablly the best team but I don't see them repeating. The Patriot reign is all but over as they're in a retooling year with lots of questions. The team to look out for are the Baltimore Ravens. They've got all the pieces in place. If the qb steps up like I think he will, they're gonna' be a tough out and they certainly had our number last year. I think the Fins will be right there though, with a meaner O-line and recieveing corp that is a bit healthier and more experienced with Penny. I see Ronnie Brown and Ted Ginn having monster years. The very least I see the Fins making a deep playoff run. Something tells me this year or next is lining up to be special.
I absolutely do NOT want to say this, but you are underestimating the Patsies*. I'm confident that we can beat the Rex-less Ravens now and the Steelers can be beat on any given Sunday with a great pass-rush, which we now have. I fear the Patsies*, Colts, and Bolts this year in the AFC. I think we actually have a good/fair shot to play the Super Bowl at home this year if we take one from the Patsies* while beating the Colts and Bolts. Anything can happen in the post-season, of course.
Ram

Miami, FL

#17 Jun 13, 2009
CTifer wrote:
I could have done without this line:
"It was good to feel Jake Grove as the center"
Got to agree with that one. Sounds kinda....

Since: Jun 07

Suwanee, GA

#18 Jun 13, 2009
marinofan13 wrote:
<quoted text>I absolutely do NOT want to say this, but you are underestimating the Patsies*. I'm confident that we can beat the Rex-less Ravens now and the Steelers can be beat on any given Sunday with a great pass-rush, which we now have. I fear the Patsies*, Colts, and Bolts this year in the AFC. I think we actually have a good/fair shot to play the Super Bowl at home this year if we take one from the Patsies* while beating the Colts and Bolts. Anything can happen in the post-season, of course.
For the most part, I agree with you. But the fins do not play the ravens this year, unless it is in the playoffs. We cannot discount the PATS because they are always good, call it cheating if you will.
The fins did improve themselves. Chad Henne starting with the 1st stringers makes the team better. HE will knmpw what to do if and when Chad P goes down.
GO PHINS!

“ JUSTICE CON'T”

Since: Feb 09

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#19 Jun 14, 2009
I can't wait for the season to start either!!
Pembroke Mike

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#20 Jun 14, 2009
Big Joe wrote:
The Dolphins schedule for this season is scary. Since they won the division, they get to play most of the other division winners. I am looking forward to a good season. I hope my Phins make the playoffs. The Wildcat should deliver very well with the inclusion of Pat White. Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown and Patrick Cobb will do their thing as usual. And my man Devone Bess will really shine. I think 10 and 6 will win the division this year. What do y'all think?
10-6 should win the east,I agree but man that Fins schedule???? We could easily be 1-3 to start. If we start out 3-1 we're for real.

I don't recall a year where so many teams were this good on 1 team's schedule. Up and down the weekly schedules you have good solid teams. It's gonna be a fun year. I like Bess too, what a great find can't wait to see the Wildpat this year. It should be a great fit for Bess and Ginn. If White can stretch the field with the deep ball we could be seeing the NFL reinventing itself offensively. It could be the greatest scheme since the Shotgun.
Pembroke Mike

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#21 Jun 14, 2009
To get you a little fired up, check out the schedule wallpapers here for your desktop. They even got a JT one. The one with Jake Long on it is bad a$$.

Big Joe they even got your boy Bess on there.

http://www.miamidolphins.com/newsite/dolfanzo...
Madden

Pompano Beach, FL

#22 Jun 14, 2009
Henne = another John Beck
Sean

Gainesville, VA

#23 Jun 14, 2009
Madden wrote:
Henne = another John Beck
You must be a NFL scout or some expert of some kind with that post WOW what an idiot! They come out of the wood work this time of yr.

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