MMQB's Albert Breer reports the Dolphins are "pretty happy" with quarterback Ryan Tannehill's performance during the offseason program. Head coach Adam Gase has been pushing Tannehill extremely hard this offseason. Gase threw the kitchen sink at Tannehill, bringing blitzes in unconventional moments, distracting his read process by throwing bags at him and putting him in difficult situations like 4th and 10. Tannehill's biggest conflict with former OC Bill Lazor was that he didn't have freedom to call plays at the line of scrimmage. However, Gase is giving Tannehill more freedom to call plays at the line which should prove to be a smart play. Gase knows how to get the most out of his quarterbacks. In his most recent stops, he's stepped up the game of both Peyton Manning and Jay Cutler. Tannehill is working with on hell of a talented pool of receivers. Here's a look at the all-star cast of weapons in Miami:
- Jarvis Landry (ADP 30 overall) - entering his third year Landry has been working out with Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham in Florida this offseason.
- DeVante Parker (ADP 57 overall) - avergaed 19.0 yards per catch his rookie season despite injuries and his last 3 games of 2015 were very impressive and fruit full for fantasy teams.
- Kenny Stills (ADP NA overall) - Leonte Carroo will push Stills but Stills has the inside track. Good hands and route running will make him a nice safety valve for Tannehill.
- Jordan Cameron (ADP 189 overall) - we all saw what Gase did for Julius Thomas and Zach Miller (Chicago), now he has Cameron to work with.
We already know Landry is in his third year and set to dominate the fantasy football scoring charts. But what other players can we count on in Miami to produce fantasy gold? Gase admits that the tight end position is "one of the strengths" of his offense. Gase had success with Julius Thomas (Denver), Martellus Bennett and Zach Miller (Chicago) in his previous stops. Gase can't wait to work with Cameron and it sounds borderline man crush, Gase said. "I need to see him live. I need to experiment, need to flex him out and see what he’s comfortable doing, what routes he likes to do. That’s going to be a learning experience for our coaching staff." Cameron has had his share of injuries and has often been limited because of the offense being ran in Miami. He's a good late round sleeper in 2016 but don't draft him any earlier than his average draft position of 189 overall.
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