So I read an article today where Sparano essentially said that it is NOT okay for this team to be 0-3 and that he is not above changing some of the satrting pieces if he needs to. Obviously Henne is the de facto starter at quarterback now that Pennington looked at the calendar and realized it was an odd numbered year. But what do we do for his backup? If Henne gets injured, or fails to be productive (I am talking John Beck levels of sucktitude), than do we really turn this team over to a gimmick rookie QB who happens to have the largest head I have ever seen on that body frame (honestly, Pat White looks like a ****ing bobblehead)? Is Miami planning on bringing in a veteran to at least bring some experience to the QB position, even if they are just sittingon the bench? Personally, I think that they really should pick up the phone and start calling some of the elder statesmen free agent QBs to see if they want to come and be a mentor and collect a paycheck for the remainder of the year. Or perhaps, a trade is in order? I doubt we are able to pry away a superstar QB, but a backup role player for a low round draft pick might be just what Henne needs right now when he comes to the sidelines after a series. But beyond the obvious crisis Miami has at the Quarterback position, should we expect to see Sparano and the rest of the coaching staff start scrutinizing other people at vrious positions? Given our failures as a team overall, no one should feel safe from getting the hook at this point, and Sparano has shown that he is a no excuses, take no **** kind of coach. And this is one of his first major tests of when the rubber meets the road. Will he keep the status quo? Or will players be held responsible for their actions (or lack thereof)? Players like Ted Ginn, the first round wide receiver, and a lightning rod for Dolphin fans on both sides of the debate, has got to be feelign some heat at this point. After dropping catchable touchdown passes under the glare of the primetime lights last Monday, he followed it up with an underwhelming performance against the Chargers in which he dropped two consecutive passes that would have resulted in first downs (while the game was still within reach, mind you) and finished with a stat line equivilant to mine (that is to say, he didn't do dick). With fellow wideouts Davone Bess and Greg Camarillo outplaying Ginn and generally speaking, being far more consistant, could we see the former #9 overall pick downgraded to the third receiver role? I don't think it is such an improbable proposition if he continues to stunt his own growth with his butter fingers as of late. Speaking of not being able to hang onto the ball, could Anthony Fasano soon be on the outside looking in? What was, going into the preseason, looking like an asset for Miami, has quickly turned into anything but. David Martin is gone for the year, leaving Anthony Fasano to shoulder the bulk of the tight end duties this season. While he stood out for positive reasons last year, he has done the exact opposite this year, fumbling away posessions, dropping balls and whiffing on blocks. While his immediate backup, Joey Haynos, leaves much to be desired as an offensive weapon, he certainly tries and plays hard. Perhaps a one week switch on the depth chart would help snap Fasano back into shape and keep his mind focused, knowing that this job is not as secure as perhaps, he thinks it is. Last, and unfortunately, certainly least, up until this point anyway, the offensive line. The unit dubbed the "orca 5," have been anything but killer. Unless you take the fan's expectations into account. The highest paid starting offensive line unit has given up a ton of sacks, more hurries and hits on their quarterbacks than anyone should have to endure and has failed to open up holes for the one unit that seems to be pulling its weight on offense (the running backs). Highly paid players like Vernon Carey and Jake Long seem to be getting quite a bit of camera time so far in this young season, and not in a good way. Missed blocks and costly penalties have turned this once promising division, into an underperforming, costly albatross. And if they don't shape up soon (and I mean within a week), I have a feeling that a couple of these well paid fatties, are going to be resting their fat ****ing asses on the bench in favor of some hungry, cheaper alternatives who actually play with passion to make up for their supposed lack of talent. As you can see, we have soem issues on this side of the ball. Quite frankly, short of Ronnie, Ricky, Patrick and Lousaka, the offense has been pretty "blah" so far. And blah simply won't cut it. Not when the defense is "meh" at best. But the defense is an issue to tackle at another time (pun certainly intended).