Q: How tough is it to leave here tonight with a loss?
HENRY: "It's tough."
Q: You went and shook every defensive player's hands. Why did you feel that was necessary?
HENRY: "I just wanted to tell them that I appreciated their efforts and how hard they played to keep us in it. I'm proud to be their teammate, and all of the work that they put in."
Q: What do you think made you guys successful early? Why do you think you guys were unable to sustain that?
HENRY: "We just didn't execute. They played better in the second half than we did on defense. We just didn't execute in the second half."
Q: Do you think it would be hard to beat this caliber of team with only five pass completions?
HENRY: "We just didn't execute, like I said. We have to play better on offense. They played better than we did. We didn't execute."
Q: Do you think that things were running smoother for Malik [Willis] this week than his first start last week?
HENRY: "We were making plays, so I would think so, yes. We were putting drives together and getting points, but we didn't execute when we needed to."
Q: There are no moral victories in the NFL, but do you think this team learned anything about themselves this week? What do you feel like you can take from this game?
HENRY: "The only thing we can think about is improving and getting better and sticking together. We'll get back to work on this upcoming week and get ready for Sunday."
Q: How much different will things be when you get back to having Ryan [Tannehill]?
HENRY: "I haven't even thought that far. It's been an hour since the game ended. We'll take this one on the chin, watch some film, get better and learn from it and move on to next week."