Mohomed Sanu, WR
Let’s stick with the trend of former Cincinnati Bengals having big games in this matchup.
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The big receiver is entering the game questionable, but you better believe he will suit up and play against his former team who he still have a lot of respect for.
When speaking about his former quarterback Andy Dalton, Sanu was filled with praise about Dalton as both a player and friend off the field.
"“Andy is a really, really good quarterback. He has all the intangibles,’ Sanu said, via Masslive.com. “He came back with a vengeance and got a W for the team after whatever happened over there. He’s a great human. Great friend too.”"
With that respect, comes a mission to get his own game going and forming that same camaraderie on and off the field with his current quarterback, Tom Brady. After that one 10-catch performance against the Baltimore Ravens, Mohamed Sanu hasn’t done much on the field.
While much of that is due to a high ankle sprain he has been dealing with, some of it has been not creating the separation the team needs for Brady to get the ball out as quick as he wants to. That should improve against a Bengals defense that is giving up nearly 400 total yards of offense a game.
If Julian Edelman is unable to go in this game, there will be a heavy dose of Mohamed Sanu who will get back in the flow of the offense.