There are plenty of defensive coordinators around the NFL that can scheme against one great wide receiver and completely take him out of the game. That receiver might have a couple of catches for a few yards, but never threaten to change the complexion of the game. They feel confident that they can handle the number two receiver, the tight end, etc.
The Dolphins defense will have their hands full this Sunday against the Steelers. At least, they hope to have their hands full of Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger while they’re bringing him down to the turf somewhere in the Steelers backfield.
Roethlisberger has put together a nice 3-0 mark against the Dolphins, but if the Dolphins want to improve to 4-2 they’ll need to get to Big Ben.