In the past, one thing was certain in Miami - Jarvis Landry would get nearly 5 million targets. With his departure to Cleveland, a gaping hole exists. Do Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker make huge leaps in 2018? Do free-agent additions Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola pick up the slack? Is there now room for youngsters like Leonte Carroo and Jakeem Grant?
B.J. VanderWoude: The Dolphins need DeVante Parker to step up and be the No. 1 receiver. He is the only one with the size, ball skills and athleticism to match up against opposing No. 1 cornerbacks. The problem is, after last year, he hasn’t proven he can stay healthy, especially if he is seeing a heavy volume of targets. Regardless, they don’t have much of a choice.
Kenny Stills had his moments last season and should be slotted in the No. 2 receiver role. The Dolphins need his speed on the outside as they are sorely lacking playmakers. Stills is frustrating at times due to his lack of concentration when tracking deep balls, so I wouldn’t rule out Albert Wilson pushing him for playing time. Danny Amendola brings consistency to the slot position, so I expect him to lock down that role for as long as he is healthy.
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