2. Salvon Ahmed finally gets involved in the game plan
This one scares me to write because this is dependent on Miami’s two offensive coordinators (or is it three?) to make a smart game plan. We have not seen that the entire season, so hopefully, one of those three voices speaks up and says it’s time to Salvon Ahmed involved more.
Ahmed had a solid preseason, scoring a nice touchdown against the Chicago Bears. It looked as if Ahmed was primed to have a big role this season, but his failures in pass protection and Miami’s coaching issues haven’t allowed that to happen.
Well, in Week 5, it needs to happen. Ahmed needs to play, and he needs to create mismatches and stress on the defense. Myles Gaskin has looked solid when he gets the ball, but Ahmed needs to get more involved.
Tampa Bay’s defense is banged up, and lining Ahmed up in the backfield and motioning him out to run routes will put tons of stress on the defense. With all of their moving parts, they are bound to make a mistake as Ahmed motions out, and either Ahmed or a wide receiver should be running wide open.