Henne's go-to receiver is Brandon Marshall (47 catches, 12.5 average and only one touchdown). Davone Bess, who made his first start of the season on Sunday, has 39 catches and a team-high 3 touchdowns. Ronnie Brown (374 yards, 4.1 average rush) and Ricky Williams (335, 4.4) split carries behind fullback Lousaka Polite. Miami has issues in the red zone. Williams' rushing touchdown on Sunday in Cincinnati was the team's first rushing touchdown since Week 1. The Dolphins haven't run the Wildcat offense as much this year, either. They have just four rushes the past four games out of the Wildcat, and only 20 Wildcat plays this season. The Dolphins have scored just 25 points in the fourth quarter as well.DOLPHINS DEFENSE: Former Ravens coordinator Mike Nolan is the Dolphins' new coordinator this season, running a defense that is familiar to the Ravens. The thing they do best is pressure the quarterback. The Dolphins have 17 sacks already and 8 turnovers. Weakside linebacker Cameron Wake, a former CFL star, leads the team with 6.5 sacks and cornerback Jason Allen leads with three interceptions.