Henne didn't play horrible but then again he doesn't have the ability to lead a team to do whatever it takes inside the 20. If a guy is open and it isn't a 30 yard throw into the endzone, Henne will generally make a play. I mean Marshall did drop a ball in the endzone that should have been caught. Henne put a tad bit of zip on that throw and led him to the back of the endzone but it was very catchable and should have been 6 no problem. That score would have put us in a much better position to win the game.WHAT GAME WAS HE WATCHING OUT THERE?!!?
In response to the bolded part, I was watching the game at home and that hit was at the very LEAST a mild concussion. The TV had the camera on him the whole time and Chad had a blank expression on his face like he was out of it. I'm sure we will all find out later in the week, or at least at some point that Chad had a concussion on that play. He would only nod to people who asked him if he was ok. This carried on at least until he called the time-out on the 4th and 1 attempt at getting the Texans D to come offsides. Just saying, everyone gets on Henne all the time but they don't give him any credit for his toughness.Henne had a couple of runs out there, one that got him hit hard. I feel Henne came in this year a better man. Props to him. TS came in the same pathetic, fg kicking, play not to lose, and show no late game comeback urgency coach. Sparano, Daboll, the abscence of red zone scoring is on you!