The last time the Miami Dolphins faced the New England Patriots, the Fins found themselves down and out early in the game. The Patriots' high-octane offense scored two quick touchdowns, putting the Dolphins in a difficult 14-0 hole. But all was not lost. Because Chad "the Robot" Henne stepped up and led Miamis offense on a ten-play 88-yard drive that culminated in a Davone Bess touchdown. Suddenly, momentum began to shift. The Robot's 355-yard, two-touchdown performance even inspired the Dolphins' defense to force two turnovers on the Pats, including a Vontae Davis red-zone interception off Tom Brady to seal Miami's 22-21 win. It was as if Chad Henne had become William Wallace, except instead of bagpipes and a sword, he has gigantic metallic balls and a heat ray that could melt your face off. The Dolphins will look to keep that trend going when they welcome Brady and the Patriots on Monday Night Football at Sun Life Stadium.
Mon., Oct. 4, 8:30 p.m., 2010