Saturday, November 27, 2010
However, what you probably didn't read anywhere is that Henne was only involved in the team portion of the drills (and didn't practice in individual or smaller group drills) and was limited to handoffs and straight drop back passes. He did not run any rollouts, nor was he forced to step up.
My hunch tells me this another Sparano ruse designed to make the Raiders prepare for two QBs, thus giving the Fins a slight edge.
I do not believe Henne will start.
BTW, one person at practice the other day commented that it would only take one good hit on Henne to knock him out for the season, so there's another reason not to start him.
But why would they tell us that? He's "questionable" and from a Vegas standpoint, the game is off the boards.
Friday, November 26, 2010
How sweet it was to see him getting red-faced on the sidelines as his team went down at home to #2 Auburn.
Ahhhhh, yes, there are moments to savor this football season....
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
You have to ask "is this team significantly better than the 1-15 team?". And my answer is: only slightly. 80% new roster with little veteran leadership and it's not that much better. And does that make sparano and Ireland failures?
Special teams have gotten better but are still weak except for the punter and kicker. We still have no returner.
Defensively there are still gaps, but that pales in comparison to the offense where we need additional depth and may need to replace one or two guys (again).
QB is a pressing need. Ricky isn't getting any younger and Ronnie is in the last year of his contract, with no real depth behind them, so RB is a need.
Tight end needs to be addressed and we still need at least one more receiver. How the heck are they going to address all those needs this offseason?
Ugh. Like I said, the problems run deep.
> November 22 2010, 10:06 AM EST
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