The inactives for today's games are Erik Walden, Shawn Murphy, Andrew Gardner, Lionel Dotson, Patrick Turner, John Nalbone, and Chris Clemons with Chad Henne designated as the third QB.
Cameron Wake is active for the first time this season, hopefully to be used as both a pass rusher and special teams player.
Today's game between the Dolphins and the Chargers is a referendum on what really is important in the NFL.
The Dolphins are a team built from the inside out. They are strong along the offensive line where they're spent $156 million to put together their starting unit. They are built along the defensive line where they have drafted three players, signed a free-agent, and traded for nose tackle Jason Ferguson and defensive end Tony McDaniel.
The line of scrimmage is where the Dolphins expect to dominate.
The skill players? Not so much. Not so great.
The Chargers, on the other hand, are a team replete with playmakers on offense and defense.
Antonio Gates is one of the best TEs in the NFL. Their running back corps is deep enough that losing LaDanian Tomlinson hurts, but doesn't kill their chances. Vincent Jackson, Chris Chambers and Legadu Naanee are the cornerstones of a pretty good receivers corps.
And defensively, CB Antonio Cromartie can be a premier playmaker.
The problem for the Chargers is they're not very strong up the gut right now.
Pro Bowl nose tackle Jamal Williams is out for the season. Center Hardwick is out for eight weeks. The players along their two lines are not their best players.
So what's more important? Being great in the interior, in the trenches? Or being great outside where the playmakers can make a difference?
We'll find out today. And we'll be doing it during the live blog that begins soon in the comments section. I'll be back when the inactives come out to relay those to you.