The Miami Dolphins offense has been in shambles since Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino retired after the 1999 National Football League season.
The mess they are in goes straight back to the quarterback.
The Dolphins don’t have to worry about defense as that has been good for years and will still continue to be and they have had a solid running game for a while now, but their passing game is just god awful. The one thing you can say about the Dolphins’ passing game was that it wasn’t due to a lack of talent at wide receiver as both starting wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Davone Bess both had over 75 catches each.
Starting quarterback Chad Henne had a decent season completing 61.4 percent of his passes for 3,301 yards passing with 15 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. It simply comes down to one thing for him and that is his decision making. Henne is simply just throwing too many interceptions and has to cut down on them if he wants to continue being a starter in the NFL.
In the end, if Henne doesn’t have a breakthrough this year he is going to find himself on the unemployment line.