Gesicki is having arguably his best season as a pro, and is second on the team in receptions (49) and yards (579). And he has standout speed for a guy who’s 6’6” 247 pounds. The Dolphins like to get him out in space and he’ll line up in various spots to create match-up problems, particularly in the slot.
We're forecasting another impactful outing for Haason Reddick when his Panthers take to Miami on Sunday.
If the Miami Dolphins can get Tua Tagovailoa to consistently play the way he performs this season in the opening drives of games and in the fourth quarter, Miami’s offense, and possibly the season, would take off. While the talent around Miami’s second-year starter hasn’t always allowed Tagovailoa to shine, he’s somehow managed to excel in those two critical and telling areas.