I'm 100% Pennington and hope that he sparks this team to a postseason birth and a deep postseason run. But what I'm most interested in is the long-term prospects for this franchise at the QB position. So with that said, here's my "dream" scenario: -Pennington leads the team to the postseason and is retained the as the starting QB in 2011 -Miami drafts a QB in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft -Miami retains Henne for at least another season (and reinserts him into the starting lineup if Pennington falters or is injured in 2011) -Henne and the aforementioned first round pick battle for the right to be the team's quarterback of the future Now I know that this is a bit unrealistic because if Miami does indeed draft a QB in the first round, it's unlikely that Henne will stick around. Moreover, said draft pick would be an admission that Henne is not in the team's future plans. Still, it would be great to have two young QBs (Henne and the draft pick) to groom. Curious what other folks consider to be the "best case" scenario? P.S. My alternate "best case" scenario would be that if Pennington falters or gets hurt this season, Henne is reinserted into the starting lineup but Miami drafts a QB in the first round just the same and then lets Henne start in 2011 with the first-round pick as the backup.