Every year we get the same thing. Start with another teams reject QB (got 2 this year) one with history of injury the other a history of inconsistency. Some things look great in the practice reports but then reality sets in and preseason comes around and we see the WR's drop balls, way too many penalties, and a defense that can't get off the field on third down, etc etc. Its just the same ole same ole......or is it? I think not. Why? Because I believe in this staff and what they have done and continue to do. This was the first preseason game, and while some things did not go well, some things did. But its the staff we have now that I have confidence in to address these concerns. This staff has made solid moves from the beginning. From the first move, which some would say was Bill Parcells retention of Ricky Williams (who looked pretty good last night I see). To some that were not popular (Zach, the JT situation) but were probably necessary for our future. They decided who they wanted with the most important draft pick a team could have, made it, got him signed and in camp. From all accounts he had a very solid showing in his first live action. The draft, IMO, addressed the most glaring needs the team had, to play the kind of football we will try to play. No they didn't address all the areas, but we had too many. I am really warming up to the Henne pick, not that I was against it. I am on record as being a Beck supporter and I still am, but, Henne really seems like a very very good pick. The trade with Dallas, on draft day, may have been one of the best deals this organization has pulled off in a while. The off season training program has been what a good football team needs. Hard work in the weight and film rooms and individual instruction to many of the players. They have injected an attitude of accountability and competition. They have stated, and demonstrated, a commitment to improving the roster from the bottom to the top, looking at players, evaluating players, letting go and bringing in players they think will make this a better football team and I have confidence they will continue to do so. The trade for Pennington, IMO, instantly upgraded our QB position. I also believe CP will be a huge benefit for Beck/Henne and their maturation process. How this affects Beck/McCown is another question. But I have confidence they will make the right one for the Dolphins. With the staff we have now, I have every confidence that the things that concerned us coming out of the first preseason game will not be glossed over with an anecdote, or media sound bite. No, they will be stressed as shortcomings and steps will be made to correct them. Whether it be changes with instruction at practices, changes in the depth charts, or changes in the roster with cuts and additions. These things will get corrected. Thats what preseason is for and thats what the coaches will do. Man its great football season is back.