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Film Review: Concern for Cousins

Mario Puig

Mario is a Senior Writer at RotoWire who primarily writes and projects for the NFL and college football sections.

Atlanta (17) vs. Miami (20)

This Steve Sarkisian thing isn't working. He apparently thought it would be some next-level three-dimensional chess to use Julio Jones as a decoy or/and hook-route specialist after stating an intention to get him the ball more this offseason, or perhaps he's simply found it difficult to get the ball to the most talented receiver in the game. Either explanation points at a person overmatched by the responsibilities of coordinating an offense. If necessary, Jones should be in motion on almost every play to create openings like Pittsburgh does with Antonio Brown. Until then, Austin Hooper and, once back from injury, Mohamed Sanu stand to benefit from unearned targets.

While the Miami offensive line did a better job of creating room for Jay Ajayi in the ground game, Ajayi deserves a lot of credit for creating yardage after contact. That he dropped two of his targets in the passing game doesn't bode well for his chances of adding rece

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