Sanders is frustrated by a lack of passes coming his way and believes that changes in play-calling might be necessary if the offense doesn't start clicking, ESPN.com reports.
With just 88 receiving yards through two weeks, it's hard to blame Sanders. Two growing trends must be especially frustrating for the speedster. First, the team hasn't taken many shots downfield and has struggled when doing so. Second, Sanders has started both games hot, only to freeze for the final three quarters. Seven of Sanders' eight catches over the first two weeks have occurred during the game's first 16 minutes.