The biggest question is who else?
What available QB could step onto the field and get the job done?
Carson Palmer has been consistently mediocre in his career in Cincinatti with the exception of his 2005 season.
He may be better than Henne is right now, but he has showed what his NFL potential is, while Henne has yet to do so.
Vince Young has all the potential in the world. He has the outstanding ability to scramble out of the pocket and create a play.
But this is the same guy who was benched for Kerry Collins. That has to mean something.
He has ran into far too many off-field issues in his career and has never showed that he can focus on football alone.
The right coach or players might be able to keep him in line, but Miami is looking for a leader on offense right now and Vince Young has showed that he is not capable of being that man.
Matt Hasselbeck and Donovan McNabb are getting up there in years and do not show the same prowess that they had earlier in their career
Both of their successes have been with a west coast offense—a style of offense that Miami does not utilize.
It seems like the attention surrounding Kevin Kolb is all talk (mostly from Andy Reid). For all anyone knows Kolb could be the next Ryan Leaf. He does not have enough time under center for anyone to say he is definitely an upgrade from Henne.
Instead of bringing in a new QB who has yet to prove himself, Miami should stick with what they have and save whatever Kolb would cost.