There's logic in his thought here. I hope it works out.
Peter King (FMIA) wrote:
4. I think one thing I neglected to use in my top last week about the Dolphins draft is something in retrospect I wish I’d used. It’s coach Brian Flores talking about why the organization was so high on Jaylen Waddle—Miami’s top pick in the draft—from the scouting process. Flores told me:https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2 ... eter-king/
“I view it more from a defensive perspective. It’s numbers to me. I think he requires two people to cover him. When you can add that type of player, and that player can move around within an offense, that causes defenses a lot of problems. And he does that because of his speed, his quickness, his explosiveness. Any time you’re gonna add a player like that, on offense or defense, which potentially, he and, hopefully, [pass-rusher and fellow first-round pick] Jaelan Phillips is the same way. Defenses have got to direct more than one person to handle them.
“Just from my scouting background, that’s one thing that always kind of stuck out to me. Those players who you’ve got to pay that type of attention to, they only help your offense or defense. That’s taking away from their focus on other guys.”