The Buccaneer's secondary made Henne look like Dan Marino, allowing him to go 10-of-13 for 175 yards and a touchdown.
E.J. Biggers seemed to be the person Henne enjoyed throwing at, hitting a striding Brandon Marshall who caught a perfect ball over Biggers en route to Miami's first score in the first quarter.
Thank goodness NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has decided not to suspend starting cornerback Aqib Talib for any games during the 2011 NFL season because if Biggers covers Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson the way he handled Marshall, it would have been a long game.
Biggers did have a big play forcing Marshall to fumble in the second quarter, but that was only after Biggers was beaten on the play and missed the tackle.
Myron Lewis got in on the action too, committing an obvious pass interference penalty against Marshall at the six-minute mark.
If this is how the secondary is going to compete against elite wide receivers, Marques Colston, Roddy White, and Andre Johnson will have a field day.
Marshall abused the Buccaneer's secondary, but absolutely embarrassed linebacker Quincy Black.
While in pursuit of the streaking Marshall, Black reached out to tackle him only to get a massive stiff-arm to the face.
Black fell belly-first and Marshall jogged into the end zone for the Dolphins.
With only two tackles during the first two quarters, Black was once again found out of position throughout the game and struggled to get off of blockers.
On 2nd and 15, Henne was able to float a perfect pass directly over Black to tight end Anthony Fasano for a 27-yard gain and first down.
15 for 135 yards. Need I say more?