The biggest question today will be whether RB Jonathan Stewart can actually do it on his own.
With RB DeAngelo Williams inactive again, Stewart needs a better outing than he had against the Rams.
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Stewart had been averaging 150.3 yards per start prior to last week's disaster at St. Louis, when he got 30 yards on 14 carries.
In addition to Williams, the inactives were: WRs Armanti Edwards and Devin Thomas, DT Andre Neblett, LB Jason Williams and CB C.J. Wilson, along with injured RT Jeff Otah and third QB Tony Pike.
-- Darin Gantt