Behind the highly-paid Larry Fitzgerald, the Cardinals have an enormous amount of talent at wide receiver.
The problem? They're all relatively unproven.
Andre Roberts and Early Doucet have had their moments, and right now they lead the race for the Nos. 2 and 3 spots.
But right behind them are Chansi Stuckey, Stephen Williams and camp sensations Isaiah Williams and DeMarco Sampson.
Roberts and Doucet are safe on this roster, but head coach Ken Whisenhunt and offensive coordinator Mike Miller like using various receivers in the No. 2 role. Guys like Stuckey, Williams and maybe Williams and Sampson aren't just playing to make the team—they're playing to earn some time on the field.
As of right now, I'd say that Stephen Williams is the one with the most potential. The problem is that he hasn't really shown up yet in the preseason. Sure, he's had some good touchdown catches, but he's dropped or missed some catchable balls.
If he can step up and have a huge game, don't be surprised to see him on the field for 15 plays in their season opener.
But he, like the rest, need to make an impression against San Diego.