Tight end Randy McMichael said as much Wednesday when he talked about the chemistry players associated with using two quarterbacks.
There's also the issue of looking over your shoulder.
Again, argue all you want about Fiedler deserving to get the hook at halftime of the opener, but the fact remains that Wannstedt set a bad precedent by pulling him so quickly and then continuing to insist that his quarterback decision will be a week-by-week thing.
Make a stand. Pick a guy. Stick with him.
Wannstedt's biggest downfall as a coach always has been his reluctance to go for it, and that's just what he's doing right now.
It will cost the Dolphins if he continues down this path, and that ultimately will cost him his job.
Feeley. Fiedler. We're still going to say it should be Feeley.
But at this point, we wouldn't even care that much if it meant that Wannstedt finally had made a choice and had committed to stick to it.