Originally posted by dj43:
Originally posted by jimmy49erfan:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by RichmondPete:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:I find it somewhat humorous that Hasselbeck and Henne, despite both being statistically outplayed by Smith the past few years, are ahead on that list.
You shouldn't because the stats lie in this case.
Most logical fans if you held a vote would take Alex over Henne in a landslide.
Doubtful. Henne has a good short passing game and a nice deep ball. What he lacks is experience. Smith just doesnt have good short passing accuracy like Henne. He does have good accuracy deep when he goes there. Everything else is below average with Smith.
I watched him play four games last year and I saw none of the skills you cite. In fact, in two of those games he was replaced due to ineffectiveness. Miami would love to have an upgrade.
Gee whiz. I understand the disdain towards Alex, but making stuff up is unnecessary. Henne is terrible. Hasselbeck at this stage in his career is terrible. Alex is not good either. I am appalled that people are getting so angry about this topic. Some have suggested Hasselbeck and Henne should be a bit lower due to their recent ineffectiveness, only to be met with shrieks of horror and hostility.
Originally posted by 4T9errr:The Miami fans that I know sure don't think that Henne is better.
They say they would love to have Alex in Miami and would welcome him with open arms...I don't blame them, Henne is horrible.
This is an enormous support to the notion that Henne should be lower. But nevermind that. There's no reason to fight over a few spots difference in a meaningless ESPN article by Clayton.
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Aug 31, 2011 at 9:57 PM ]