first_imgWhisenhunt Says Mindset is the Difference With BeanieEveryone can agree that Chris “Beanie” Wells looks like adifferent running back this year. In eleven weeks he has849 yards on 181 attempts, and he’s averaging 4.7 yardsper carry with eight touchdowns. He’s running like a manpossessed…something we didn’t see from Wells last season. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt thinks the mental and physicalaspects of the game go hand-in-hand for Wells. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away “There’s no question last year that he was dealing somethings physically, but I think with any player there’sgotta be a way you go about this business. You understandit’s a long season. It’s no reflection on Beanie sayingthat he’s not tough or he is tough, it’s reallyunderstanding what you have to do.”Wells set a new franchise rushing record in the win overthe Rams last Sunday. He ran for 228 yards and a touchdownon 27 carries. Beanie said he did have a different mindset going intothis season when he knew he was “the guy.”“Absolutely. Cause the coaches kind of put a sense ofresponsibility on you and I took it this year and ranwith.”We’ll see if Beanie can help his team this week withanother solid run game against the Cowboys and take somepressure off the passing game. Kevin Kolb is just comingback from injury and a Cowboys’ pass rush that just won’tquit. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img Comments   Share   Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img