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The Crimson Tide's Passing Game...?

on 3/16/2017

      Crimson Tide Football:

The passing game will be a point of emphasis this spring and off-season after a season of some inconsistencies with a true freshman behind center.

Alabama ranked 87th nationally with 210.3 passing yards per game -- its lowest total since 2009 (187.9). To be fair, Alabama also averaged 245.0 rushing yards per game, which was the highest total of the Nick Saban era in Tuscaloosa.

And that’s why the offense likely won’t flip to a pro-style attack under new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

Replacing the production of ArDarius Stewart, O.J. Howard and even Gehrig Dieter will be at the top of the to-do list!

But one receiver that will come out with something to prove will be Foster. Known as one of the fastest players on the enter roster, the former five-star recruit is entering his final year on campus and will look to round into the starting form he flashed at the beginning of the 2015 season. If he has the right approach to this spring, summer and fall, he could re-enter the rotation.

PROJECTED DEPTH CHART

QB --
Jalen Hurts
Tua Tagovailoa OR Mac Jones


WR-X -- Calvin Ridley
Robert Foster


WR-Z -- Cam Sims
Derek Kief OR Tyrell Shavers


WR-H -- Trevon Diggs
Jerry Jeudy


TE -- Hale Hentges
Major Tennison


TE-H -- Miller Forristall
Irvin Smith


      

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