So Dan Henning should never call a play action pass because Chad Henne does not pocess the tools necessary to make a play????? That is ridiculous........Henne is a mediocre QB. I was watching some film of Marino the other day and it is amazing to compare how and when Marino was reading the defense. Marino read the defense by the time he hit his drop, and already had decided where he was going with the ball. Henne is different. Henne isn't making that decision until 2 to 3 seconds, sometimes much longer, after his drop. Henne has to learn when a receiver is open in the NFL. Henne looks for the textbook separation. DB's cover too tight in the NFL for that. Elite QB's have faith in their receivers and throw to a "spot" and timing is a huge element of success. Henne has not developed that. Brandon Marshall quietly eluded to my very point a few weeks ago, by saying that previous QB's would throw up the ball and let him go get it, open or not. No confidence, no "it factor". IT: Mental and physical toughness Like it or not the QB position comes with inherited responsibilities. Having "it" provides confidence to the other team members on offense, making them better. I will add this one thought: Every time Marino had the ball we all had confidence we were gonna score. We just knew something magical was about to happen!!! When is the last time you felt that way with Chad Henne at the Helm???