For whatever reason, Kenyan Drake was not used a ton last year under Adam Gase. But when he got the chances, he made the most out of them. Near the end of the 2017 season, Drake was a rising star and then ended up being Frank Gore’s backup last season. The way the New England Patriots used their running backs should excite Drake as hopefully Chad O’Shea brings over some of that philosophy.
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Miami Dolphins' Kenyan Drake should be unshackled, featured by new staff - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Kenyan Drake kept his mouth shut, publicly, which was a good policy in the Adam Gase era and will certainly be a very good policy in the Brian Flores era. No, of course Drake was not happy that game after game went by and the team was losing, and his carries were not increasing, at all. Drake must have felt helpless.
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