Not just for Dolphins WR Kenny Stills, but if Friday is a sign of things to come, it would pay off for the entire offense. As good as co-MVP Jarvis Landry is, he can’t do it alone. The Dolphins have long claimed they have three talented, complementary receivers when DeVante Parker is healthy. Now it’s time to prove it.
“It’s huge,” Tannehill said of getting Stills involved. “We’re going to target Jarvis a lot, and we’re going to target Kenny a lot and we’re going to target DeVante a lot. So when you have three really explosive, talented playmakers, it makes it tough to take away one guy.”
Stills has been putting in extra work since March, the story said, and is looking to get his career back on track after a disappointing 2015 season when he was acquired via trade from the Saints. Stills is likely still behind Landry and Parker in terms of targets, but is getting some late-round attention in fantasy drafts. The Dolphins offense has really struggled in camp so if Stills can continue to shine he could get more involved.