Grove is much more established than Berger as an NFL player, and we can't help but get the feeling there's a competition here solely because Grove has battled injuries too often for the Dolphins' taste since he joined the team.
This really still should be his job, although we could see Berger unseating him if he badly outplays him.
At wide receiver, it seems pretty set by now that Brian Hartline will start opposite Brandon Marshall, but that doesn't change the fact that Davone Bess is a better player and has clearly outplayed him this summer.
The real battle at wideout is for the fourth and fifth jobs now that Greg Camarillo has been trade. It does seem as though Marlon Moore probably is ahead of Patrick Turner at this point, with Roberto Wallace and Julius Pruitt trying desperately to make up ground.
From this end, we'll predict that one of the receivers on the 53-man roster isn't with the Dolphins at this point.
On defense, the starting jobs appear all set, and that includes free safety with Chris Clemons.
We're still not sold on the second-year player from Clemson -- yes, he's Clemons from Clemson -- and would like to see him make a play or two against Atlanta.
Carroll had a really rough game at cornerback last Saturday against Jacksonville, but he's got more explosiveness than Cobbs and could win the job with a long return or two Friday night.