The Dolphins helped start the "wildcat" craze, and although they have not run it as much this season, they may pull the formation out and dust if off with third-stringer Tyler Thigpen expected to start at quarterback and the possibility of no experienced backup if Chad Henne can't play because of a knee injury.
"A lot of people see the wildcat and they freeze," Brian Urlacher said. "We don't. We get down hill. If we do that, we'll be OK. They do a lot of different formations from the wildcat.
They motion a guy in, they'll put three or four running backs in there, so it's just reading our keys. We have a key on every play. If we read that key, we'll get to the football."