According to ESPN Analyst KC Joyner suggest that RB Beanie Wells RB is a blessing in disguise because it will give Ryan Williams more carrying opportunities. While I think Willaims has done a decent job, he still has way to go before he could unseat Beanie. Many people tend to forget that he's a rookie who didn't have an offseason last year because of the lockout, and because of a unfortunate knee injury that sidelined him last season. Technically, he is still a rookie at heart, and it still means he is prone to making critical mistakes in key situations. He already had 2 fumbles, one of which nearly cost us the game against New England. While he did regain some of his confidence in the Philly game (during garbage time), it still doesn't mean he's ready to take the reigns quite yet.
Dolphins have one of the best run stopping defenses in the NFL, and it doesn't bode well that we still don't have a cohesive running game that could get us in 3 and short yardage situations. So far OC Mike Miller has a done a good job of adjusting to Kolb's skill set of throwing quick short-passing routes, but unfortunately that is a temporary solution, Kolb will eventually need to spread the ball this game find open receivers downfield. I'm expecting to see him make solid throws in this game. As long as he can keep his jersey clean and the turnovers down this game he should be ok. If not it could be a LONG game for the Cardinals.
The good news is that our defense has been lights out for the last 3 games, meaning if they can keep rookie QB Ryan Tannahill and Co. from having a 20 point game we should come out with the win. Darnell Dockett might be out this game, but Adrian Wilson is projected to play, expect him to give Tannahill the proper NFL introduction.
With that being said, lets pray that Beanie Wells will come back stronger, and lets hope that Ryan Williams can do a serviceable job in his absences.
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