"Chad Henne going into game with first-team offense. Pre-planned we're told," was the tweet from the Florida Times-Union.
Blake Bortles, a constant Twitter goat through training camp with constant reporters of practice interceptions, could have had at least one picked Thursday night against Tampa Bay, before finishing with only 65 yards on 8-of-13 passing.
Chad Henne entered the game late in the 2nd quarter with the starters.
The fact that Henne was even out there with the starters in the second preseason game shows Blake Bortles' job is not safe under a new coaching staff. If you watched the game, Bortles was worse than his pedestrian numbers even show, at one time underthrowing a wide open Allen Robinson downfield. Meanwhile, Henne had two passes for would-be touchdowns dropped by his receivers, including Robinson. However, Robinson's eight first half targets are certainly notable.