What a very nice surprise for our team as he is the perfect back that Coach Gase is looking for.
Joe Schad wrote:
In Kenyan Drake, Miami has an explosive piece to build around. Kenyan Drake has now pretty much caught Jay Ajayi in season carries, and he’s topped 100 carries, which means he’s eligible to be ranked among the league leaders. He’ll qualify with 4.8 yards per carry, which is much better than Ajayi’s 3.4. Oh sure, it would be nice to compliment Drake with another back who is either similar or different, it doesn’t really matter, as long as he’s worthy of easing the burden of the former Alabama speedster.http://dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost. ... e-learned/
Adam Gase needs to stay committed to what he wants Miami’s offense to be. Jay Ajayi was shipped away, in part because the way Ajayi preferred to run, and his strengths, didn’t really align with what Gase wants to do on offense. So it’s important that Gase establishes the style of offense he wants to run, relative to run-pass ratio, tempo and scheme. And that Mike Tannenbaum and Chris Grier make sure the players they’re signing and drafting fit into exactly what Gase plans to do.