Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
One of the things that many had predicted when the Miami Dolphins hired Bill Lazor as their offensive coordinator was that Mike Wallace would get more involved with the offense in more creative ways than under former coordinator Mike Sherman. According to former Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers, who helped out during training camp, that’s exactly what Lazor plans to do.
“Lazor will put Wallace in routes where he will be successful,” Chambers told the Miami Herald. “Deep stop routes or comebacks, which aren’t hard. A lot of speed routes and screens. You’ll see reverses to get him the ball early. In addition, the read option will be a staple of the offense. This offense is geared toward Ryan Tannehill’s skill set. The deep ball is a little bit of a concern, but I’ve seen Ryan grow. He hasn’t taken a step back. This year will be telltale.”
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