Mohamed Sanu, WR
It seems like every week Mohamed Sanu is a player to watch for the New England Patriots. It also seems like following every game there are a few head scratching plays involving the veteran wide receiver.
Since his 10-catch performance back in Week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens, Sanu hasn’t done much at all in the offense. He certainly hasn’t been that chain moving stud the team thought they were acquiring prior to the NFL Trade Deadline back in October.
Some of that is due to injury, but a lot of it has to do with his timing with Tom Brady and just not being ready in certain situations.
Well, if there is any redemption, it will start this week against the Miami Dolphins and extend into the playoffs.
As far as Sanu is concerned, the best is yet to come.
"“I haven’t really scratched the surface yet of what I know I can do,” Sanu said, via ESPN. “Getting adjusted to things people have known for years, or months, you have to catch up. It’s a lot of little details of things. I’ve been getting right up to speed. It’s just little things you can’t teach; they just have to be done. It’s the difference between knowing and doing.”"
In all, 23 catches for 172 yards and just one touchdown isn’t cutting it. But, if he produces just half that against the Miami Dolphins in the regular-season finale, there will be hope and something to be excited about going into the playoffs.
Prediction: Mohamed Sanu has his best game of the season, catching close to 10 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown.