The NFL is back, which means last night's preseason game between the Miami Dolphins and the Atlanta Falcons came as a sober reminder that Chad Henne is still looking to go into the season as the Fins' quarterback.
Preseason football is never thought to mean much, and in spite of a 28-23 Dolphins win, Henne still played like a total goober.
Henne threw two interceptions in his first four throws, and although commentators were quick to blame tight end Anthony Fasano for the first interception, we'll remind you Fasano's shoulder blades don't have hands.
Henne's passing antics quickly became the subject of Twitter jokes, and here are a few of the gems:
On 3D TV, Chad Henne's interceptions will feel like they're being thrown directly to you! #directvslogans
"Are you a family member of Chad Henne living in Miami? With NFL Sunday Ticket you can watch something else.." #directvslogans
Chad Henne is so bad he just threw a clear TD pass to Brian Hartline and they are still reviewing the play in the booth.
Chad Henne is mid-season form: he's completed 1 pass and thrown 2 INTs.
After Chad Henne threw his 2nd interception, Brett Favre just decided to go have an impromptu practice with some high schoolers.
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