By: Hussam Patel
The lanky dude popping in with that sweet Afro has some sick moves; he would make you think we were on an 80’s disco floor. Mack Hollins rolls up with that swagger and classic drip with that Afro on and off the field.
Against the Falcons in Week 2 of the preseason, Mack Hollins was “letting all the people know that he was back to run the show.” The leading receiver on the night, he played the first half, with four catches for 49 yards.
You remember him last year for jaw-dropping play against the Las Vegas Raiders; possibly the Dolphins’ best play of the year in 2020. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw up a prayer while his head was almost torn off, and Hollins answered it with a catch along the sideline.
Now Hollins is fighting for a roster spot in a crowded WR room, but Miami has added talent in Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle, and gotten Albert Wilson back. We’ve seen Hollins do well as a gunner on special teams, which makes him special; I’s a contributing factor for him to make this roster.
Who would have thought Hollins would be making plays in the passing game during training camp and in the first wo preseason games?
Against the Bears, Hollins was on the field 30 times; 19 on Offense and 1 on special teams in which he was as sharp as ever as a gunner. Hollins tallied two receptions for 20 yards.
With the injuries to the WR room, it’s encouraging that Mack Hollins is currently producing. Hollins is showing the Dolphins organization that he can be a role player and be reliable as a WR. Hollins has been promising so far in training camp and pre-season.
If Hollins can rise to the occasion and continue making plays, he’ll be a valuable piece to this offense and the organization.
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