The Miami Dolphins quarterback situation has gone from bad to worse Thursday. According to the Associated Press, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne is done for the season because he has decided to have shoulder surgery on his non-throwing arm.
Oh how the mighty have fallen. That old phrase best describes the current state of the Miami Dolphins quarterback situation.
Two days after his team dropped to 0-4 on the season, Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano met with the media amidst intense speculation about his job security.
When quarterback Chad Henne went down with an injured shoulder last Sunday, it was assumed Matt Moore would simply step in and become the new starting quarterback.
The Miami Dolphins traveled to Cleveland ready to take on the world to show they weren’t the 0-2 team the record showed. The Dolphins were right, they weren’t that 0-2 team; they’re the 0-3 team that is now barely treading water in the AFC East.
Hoping to win their first game of the season, the Miami Dolphins instead let themselves be dominated by the Houston Texans, with a disastrous turnover, repeated failures to convert in the red zone, in-explicable missteps by usually reliable kicker Dan Carpenter, and Chad Henne having pass after pass batted down by the Houston offense. The Texans handed Miami their ten-gallon hat, 23-13.
Comments from the post-game news conference, following the Dolphins loss to the Texans at Sun Life stadium, dropping their record to 0-2. This is the 5th time in 6 years the ‘Fins have started the season 0-2
Admit it, Houston Texans: Watching Monday Night Football this week left you salivating at the prospect of facing the Miami Dolphins’ defense. Right?
After Monday’s complete defensive demolition at the hands of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the Dolphins needed a bright spot and it came from the Fins’ passing game.
The reigning AFC East champions started with a victory for the eighth consecutive season Monday night by beating the Miami Dolphins 38-24.