Originally Posted by 76Texan
I've already mentioned him running the speed out and deep in routes in the Jets game with sharp cuts.
Here, I'm going to do the first half of the Dolphins game.
I will only mention certain routes that seem to be in question.
11:27 AJ ran a deep out and caught the ball for 11 yards.
7:58 AJ ran an 18-yd deep comeback toward the inside (at 45%).
This is pretty much a hook/hitch type of route to beat double coverage that you were asking for.
Schaub was sacked, however.
13:53 AJ ran 23-yd deep comeback, this time, toward the side line.
Schaub was on a bootleg and couldn't set up quick enough to throw a good ball.
CB had time to react back to knock the ball away.
11:51 AJ ran a 10-yd deep in and left the CB on the ground.
However, Schaub went to OD who beat the LB right off the bat.
2:30 AJ ran a 6/7-yd quick hook.
He got separation, but Schaub was pressured and scrambled for 2.
2:03 AJ ran a 5-yd quick in.
He was also open, but Schaub went to OD right in front of him for 11.
The LB turned the wrong way.
Honestly, I don't see anything wrong with AJ.
In the Jets game, he ran more post routes to take away the double team and open it up for the other guys.
It's just different game planning.
I only hope that he doesn't suffer a groin/hamstring type of injury, that's all.
I get the feeling that you feel that I'm making a case for Andre is essentially done. That is the furthest thing from what I am trying to present. He can certainly still be a very productive player on this team. But I do see some physical limitations that he is and likely will be dealing with from here on out. I will respectfully leave you to your own conclusion when you say that you don't see anything wrong with AJ. But knowing what the type of injuries he has incurred and their implications, along with what I continue to observe in general, you'll have to excuse me if I choose to believe my lying eyes.