Tell it to the Judge

Arizona Cardinals Beanie Wells (R) is chased down by Oakland Raiders in the second quarter of the game at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ, September 26,2010. UPI/Art Foxall Photo via Newscom

Beanie Wells isn't happy.  He shouldn't be.  Should we know that before coach Ken Whisenhunt?  Absolutely not.

Wells voiced his displeasure over his lack of playing time on Sunday in the Arizona Cardinals loss to the San Diego Chargers.  He didn't enter the game until there were about five minutes left in the second quarter of an already lopsided game.

"No discredit to Tim (Hightower)" said Wells

However Wells feels as if he should have just as much playing time if not more.  He feels good and ready to contribute.

I just wonder though if he was paying attention when Matt Leinart pulled the same stunt just before the last preseason game.  I'm guessing he wasn't or if he was, he's hoping the Cards this time take action and learn from that situation.  Wells should have thought long and hard before ever speaking his gripes to the media.  He said he is planning on talking to coach Whiz.  Good Beanie!  Don't you think that would have been a good idea before speaking to the media?

Whether his little chat with the coach will amount to more playing time this Sunday, I don't know?  Clearly though we will all be watching for it.  Whiz has shown he doesn't take too kindly to players speaking their mind without coming to him first.  It just makes me wonder why the players feel they need to address their concerns to the media first instead of Whiz?  Is there some sort of relationship issue amongst the players and coaches?  if there is, they'd better figure it out now, otherwise you may not see another win for the Cards again this season and this team is way too talented to be that poor.

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