One member of the Cardinals not worried about a budding quarterback controversy is Beanie Wells. He has his own situation on his mind.
Wells expressed his frustration to reporters on Monday after turning his five carries into 19 yards against the Chargers.
“I’m not really worried about the quarterback situation. I’m worried about my situation,” Wells told The Arizona Republic. “I didn’t get into the game until there were four minutes left in the second quarter and I have no clue as to why. I’d like to think I’m a big part of this thing, but right now, I don’t feel it.”
Wells said he plans to meet with Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt to voice his displeasure.
“It’s crazy,” Wells said. “I have no clue what they are thinking upstairs. I would like to know, but hey, but I am definitely not pleased about it.”
Whisenhunt said the coaching staff is considering changes (beyond who starts at QB), but as Darren Urban points out — the rest of the players, like Tim Hightower and Steve Breaston, are talking about the problems.
Sounds like all sorts of fun times in Arizona … and the 2-2 Cardinals are actually tied for first place in the wide-open NFC West.
— Frank Tadych