Can you believe that some people said Albert Wilson would have 800+ yards this season and be Tua Tagovailoa’s top target?
Yes, let’s all laugh at that comedy.
All offseason, those people were ranting about how Wilson is a great route runner, has great chemistry with Tagovailoa, and a bunch of other nonsense about how Wilson was going to have a breakout year. It was by far the worst take of the season, and I feel bad for any Dolphins fan who truly thought Wilson would have a big year.
We are talking about Wilson, a guy who averages less than 3 catches a game and under 29 yards a game in his seven seasons in NFL.
Wilson already should not have taken up a roster spot this season, and he 100% should not take up one in 2022.
Don’t forget about Lynn Bowden Jr., who is a much better football player than Wilson. I am confident that Bowden can fill in for Wilson’s MASSIVE production this season: 213 yards and 0 TDs.
Wilson is only 587 yards away from 800, so let’s see if he can do it in what should be his last game ever as a Miami Dolphins wide receiver.