Over the last two weeks, Kenyan Drake has been missing.
The Miami Dolphins have gone away from their lead back and he hasn't capitalized on the few opportunities he has been given. Just take a look at these stat lines:
Week 3 vs. Oakland: 5 carries, 3 yards.
Week 4 at New England: 3 carries, 3 yards.
Drake was supposed to be a central piece, if not the central piece, of the Dolphins offense when the season began. He's arguably Miami's most explosive offensive weapon, but he has been virtually invisible.
As the story said, a lot of the trick plays that worked for the Dolphins in recent weeks all dried up against the Pats. Dolphins coach Adam Gase said, "I've up got to do a better job of making sure we're giving the backs more touches and just be more consistent. I've got some ideas on what we're going to do." As the story also said, Gase has shown a willingness to abandon the run if it's not successful early in games.