Phoenix, AZ - Coming off a tough divisional loss to the Jets in week 3 (21-24), the Dolphins moved on and targeted week 4 as a game to improve on their mistakes. More particularly, they needed to concentrate on ball security. The Dolphins did just that forcing six turnovers and committing only two of their own compared to the four turnovers the Dolphins had committed the week prior. With neither team able to establish the run, quarterback accuracy was the make-or-break factor in this match-up. The Dolphins defense gave Cardinals quarterback John Skelton fits as he was sacked four times and only able to muster 65 yds and 3 INT's through the air; all of which led to points off turnovers for the Dolphins. Add a Beanie Wells fumble recovered by Karlos Dansby to the turnovers and the Cardinals wound up beating themselves. Dansby was the player of the game for the Dolphins as he accounted for three of the Cardinals six turnovers (2 INT, 1 FR). Needless to say, with a turnover ratio of +4 the Dolphins came out ahead, 23-7. GG Curtis, and good luck the rest of the season!