I would have Grant in more than just 4 WR sets.
Barry Jackson wrote:
How Jakeem Grant played late in the season made a case for the Dolphins using more four-receiver sets at times next season. And when I asked Gase about that possibility in late December, he seemed intrigued by that option.
“It’s an unusual thing for a defense to see when you do that,” Gase said. “Some teams, when we haven’t shown it and then when you throw it in there, they’re not really prepared for it; they’re not really sure what we’re going to do with it because we start moving guys all over the place and different guys in the backfield, different guys in different spots, the slot outside. I think when we have multiple guys that can play inside between Kenny [Stills], Jarvis [Landry] and Jakeem [Grant], that just causes issues where guys are. It’s hard to focus on one player and it’s fairly easy for our guys to move around when we’re in that package.”
Gase said Grant “causes a lot of problems for the defense because you can put him in the slot, you can put him outside, you can put him in the backfield. We’re not afraid to give him the ball as a running back. The speed obviously is his … something that really is a challenging thing for the defense. I don’t think guys realize how quick and how fast he can accelerate until they get in a game.”
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