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Rich Gannon of CBS Sports
By on December 15, 2010 at 7:51 pm

The 2002 NFL MVP, who will broadcast Sunday’s game for CBS, joined the show to give his opinions on Chad Henne after an extensive film study of the Dolphins Quarterback. Find out why Gannon has been so impressed with the Dolphins defense.


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4 Responses to “Rich Gannon of CBS Sports”

  1. HULKFish says:

    Thanks Rich, which leads to one conclusion in my eyes… You said Nolan is doing a great job, and he is. HENNING on the other side has done a pathetic job this season! Ditch Henning, let Henne sling it around and see what happens.

  2. Steve Eells says:

    Rich Gannon has always impressed me with not only his prowess as a QB, but also his sheer intellect and ability to articulate his thoughts as a broadcaster. His critique of Chad Henne is exactly accurate. I believe Gannon nailed it, so to speak, when he said he sees a qb who exhibits a lack of confidence. I do not point this out in order to simply bash Henne, since I am a fan of his, and have wanted him to succeed since his first start. However, I do strongly believe that, for whatever reason, a large chunk of his struggles are closely linked to a lack of self-confidence on the field, particularly when he is looking downfield for the most-open receiver. If Chad could “fix” that aspect somehow, I am sure he could lead the team to a championship. Identifying the problem is half the battle. I believe it has been properly identified here by Rich Gannon. — Let’s Go, Dolphins!!

  3. victorbarney says:

    Rich Gannon, great review of Chadd Henne! I take your words well because I “know” that you “know” what you are talking about! My question is still about Henne. Perhaps he’s not the problem and his coaches are? I mean it can only be one or the other to me! Either offensive coaches don’t know what they are doing or they are working with a quarterback who does not know what he is doing? It’s an either/or! Where do you start? Although I’m not really a Henne fan, I’d still start with coaching myself!

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