I guess Gase doesn't draw up these plays for a receiver to free lance on them, or a running back to choose his own hole.
Armando Salguero wrote:
On the field, Amendola will be a security blanket for quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Yeah, assuming both are healthy. Amendola will run precise routes. He won’t make silly mistakes. He’ll want to make the Patriots hurt for letting him walk. And with 13 postseason games, including five starts, the past five seasons, he knows what it takes to win big games.
Does that make Amendola better than Jarvis Landry? Of course not. No one is claiming that.
Amendola is more like Wes Welker...when he left the Patriots and went to the Broncos...coincidentally, also at 32 years old.
He’ll be an example for Miami’s younger receivers of what it takes to compete successfully at a championship level — something no one else on the Miami roster knows how to do.
And, again, Miami’s gain is New England’s loss.
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