It’s time for Agholor to live up to that big pay day he got in the offseason. It’s well documented how bad the Patriots receivers were in 2020, which is why they went and got Agholor. He, himself, struggled in Philadelphia before signing with Las Vegas and having a breakout year with the Raiders in 2020, finishing the year with almost 900 yards receiving, 19 yards per reception, and eight touchdowns to his credit.
The Patriots also added tight ends Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith to be safety valves in this offense, which will only benefit Agholor as the game goes on. He’s a big play waiting to happen. If Jones keeps firing the ball to the underneath man, the Dolphins may get lazy and get beat over the top by Jones and Agholor.
In order for the Patriots to have any sort of offensive momentum, their receivers need to create space and make plays when they get the ball. Agholor will be looked upon to do that, as well as be the big play threat in this offense. Expect at least one deep pass to him in the game. If he makes the most of it, then mission accomplished.