Gabbert hit on just 5 of 10 passes for 19 yards with an interception before giving way to Henne. We've seen it all before: Gabbert directed two consecutive three-and-outs, followed by punt. His fourth and final march was shut down by the pick from Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll. Gabbert was 1-of-3 passing on third downs. The lone completion was for negative yardage.
Henne took the field in the second quarter and led the Jaguars on a 16-play drive that chewed 7:16 off the clock and netted a field goal. He finished 8-of-11 passing for 87 yards.
Gabbert was plagued by drops, but he continued to look uncomfortable in the pocket. He still struggles to string together drives. The Jaguars can't justify trusting him in September barring a sea change in production over the next month. Henne isn't special -- not even close -- but he gives new coach Gus Bradley something steadier.
Joeckel will be given a long leash to iron out the kinks. Gabbert's leash is much shorter.