3. Mike Gesicki has over 100 yards and a touchdown
The Miami Dolphins drafted Jaylen Waddle with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. I loved the player, and I still love the player. I think Waddle is the real deal, and Miami needs to figure out how to use him better.
My only issue with the pick was the value did not make much sense, and five weeks into the season, Waddle only has one touchdown. Hopefully, he can get going in Week 6 with Tua Tagovailoa back, but one player has been a consistent positive in the passing game, and that is tight end Mike Gesicki.
Gesicki is Miami’s best and most reliable pass-catcher this season. After not catching one pass in Week 1, Gesicki has caught 22 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown in the last four. Gesicki has become a security blanket for Miami, and he will be more than that on Sunday.
Gesicki will be the star of the show in London, catching a bunch of passes, going over 100 yards, and scoring a touchdown. Tagovailoa will be without DeVante Parker and Will Fuller, so Waddle will be his No. 1 wide receiver, but Gesicki will be his No. 1 passing target on Sunday.