Miami Dolphins: Taking a Look at Who May Replace Injured QB Chad Pennington

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Miami Dolphins: Taking a Look at Who May Replace Injured QB Chad Pennington

Limping off the sidelines has become a theme of Week 10.  Outstretched arms of training personnel have been used to full effect, while the x-ray room in several team facilities has been as busy as a New York subway.

With a win in hand a small ounce of confidence running through the Dolphins historic veins, Miami's 29-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon was spoiled slightly, by two key injuries to the quarterback position.

First Chad Pennington, then Chad Henne.  That was the scenario that each Dolphins fan witnessed throughout the games four quarters, as both of Miami's favored quarterbacks were escorted off the field almost instantaneously.

And what happened exactly?

In Chad Pennington's case, it was the usual scenario of his troublesome right shoulder.  After lasting only two plays, No.10 exited toward the sidelines, and looked to be in a spot of bother from there on out.

As for Chad Henne, the former starting quarterback managed to play a major part in the Dolphins win throwing for 240 yards and 1 touchdown.  Unfortunately though, a knee injury sustained in the third quarter on an incomplete pass ended Henne's day, and realistically his chance at the starting role.

So where to now for head coach Tony Sparano?

Already people are debating, discussing and arguing who the Dolphins should select.  Therefore, lets jump on the bandwagon to, and take a look at who Miami may choose to go with for the immediate future.

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