Fair enough. Now for the patented Pudge backpedal...
I figured they wouldn't cut Wilson because I thought they would sit Redman for the final game. Start Davis, and then probably play Wilson for the last quarter or so. Now they will have to get Redman ready to play, something that if they do plan on keeping him as the No. 2, you really don't want to do because it opens him for injury.
But I figured they opted to cut Wilson sooner rather than later due to the issues with injuries we have at DT (where I'm still wondering why Conrad Obi is on the roster) and CB (where THompson, McClain, & Markett are expendable). But with Owens hurt and Walls done, and the Falcons unlikely to play the Top 3 corners there, it leaves us with only 2 healthy corners (Franks & McClain), and if Owens won't play vs. J-ville, that means we'll need Markett & Thompson to make it through that game depth-wise.
Since Babs probably won't play vs. J-ville as well, and probably neither will Jerry, that probably explains why Obi is still around given that would only leave us with 3 healthy DTs to make it through that game.
Also surprised the team didn't part with Josh Harris yet. At least in their eyes that position battle for LS still is relatively close.
Ultimately it also probably means that Redman isn't as safe as I suspected he was. He still has to perform up to a level that makes the team's decision for them about whether he's worth keeping or not since he's going to likely get some reps vs. J-ville. I just don't see the team giving all the reps to Davis. It would be cool if they did, but I doubt they will.
Look there was logic applied by my expectation that Wilson would be kept thinking that Owens would finally be healthy or the team would figure out that keeping Zelenka was a forgone conclusion.Now let's see if they buy that...