Hunter Henry is too good for a repeat of what happened in Denver last Monday night — something everyone within the Chargers organization seemed to agree on.
The second-year tight end has a knack for finding space in the defense, using body positioning to welcome the ball into his hands. But in the loss to the Broncos, Philip Rivers never came knocking.
After the game, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said that the game plan wouldn’t forget Henry again, and in the team’s 19-17 loss to Miami on Sunday, he was right.
Henry caught seven passes for 80 yards, helping move the chains for the Chargers. His seven targets were also...