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Your team's 2 strengths and 2 weaknesses

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Give an unbiased (if possible) account of your team's two biggest strengths and two biggest weaknesses heading into the 2014 season.

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Strengths:  1) Our defensive line is as talented and deep as it's been since 2008.  We return all 4 starters in CJ Johnson, Isaac Gross, Woody Hamilton, and Robert Nkemdiche.  It will be interesting to see if RN is moved down to DT full time, I think he will.  If that's the case, Fadol Brown, a transfer from FIU will step in at DE.  Reserves include: Channing Ward, Carlos Thompson, Byron Bennett, Lavon Hooks, Carlton Martin, and the incoming freshman.

2) QB Experience.  In a league where half of the starting QB's are leaving, it's a huge advantage to have two years of experience under the center.  Bo Wallace is far from the best QB in the league, however, he's shown great improvement from year one to year two.  I look for him to put up more great numbers this year.

Weaknesses: 1) Offensive Line is going to be tricky this year.  We lose 3 starting linemen and 3 reserve linemen.  We will be leaning HEAVILY on to-be sophmores Tunsil and Golson (both recovering from injury).  We lose our starting center of two years and two year starters Mccray and Burton.  Rod Taylor should see early playing time as should transfer Christian Morris.  The beggining of the year should be pretty shaky.

2) Bo Wallace's arm strength REALLY hurt us last year.  Having shoulder surgeory in the offseason really hurt his ability to strengthen his arm.  We were limited on the field vertically and it really showed.  A lot of fun was poked at Hugh Freeze for throwing so many bubble screen passes, but I think that's one of the few plays that worked consistently.  We'll have to throw the ball more downfield this year to have success in this league.

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Strengths:
Both lines and running backs. Offensive line is only getting better, we have great DE's and some solid incoming DT's. two very good RB's, probably both 1000 yard rushers next year.

Weaknesses:
Linebacker and safety.
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View Postjacobp, on 15 January 2014 - 09:14 AM, said:

Strengths:
Both lines and running backs. Offensive line is only getting better, we have great DE's and some solid incoming DT's. two very good RB's, probably both 1000 yard rushers next year.

Weaknesses:
Linebacker and safety.

How were Skipper and Kirkland for y'all last year?

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View PostColonel Black Bear, on 15 January 2014 - 09:15 AM, said:

How were Skipper and Kirkland for y'all last year?
Both ended up taking over permanent starting roles, and unless they leave early will probably be 4 year starters. Both have All American type talent. Very good linemen, and Skipper at 6'10" is a hell of a weapon on field goal defense.

Will have 4 and 5*'s across the board on the OL next year...for all the stargazers.

Edited by jacobp, 15 January 2014 - 09:19 AM.

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Strength:
- WR a ton a talent with experence coming back.  That is even with Ellington leaving.  Remember the name Shaq Rolland.  He has the talent to be an All American.  He came on very strong the last 5 games.  If he continues he could have an Alshon type season.

-Oline:  We had one of our best olines in recent history.  We only lost one guy and we have three other backups that saw good playing time.

Weakness:  
-DB:  Our FS and SS posistion are strong, but we lost our top three corners.  While we have talent still on the team we don't have a ton of experence.

-Punter:  He sucks.

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Strengths: LBs, not sure we have 2 strengths....

Weaknesses: OL for sure, and QB..... no one knows who the starter will be come August.

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Strengths: Name brand and money
Weaknesses: Players and coaching

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Strenghts : Gurley and a stable of great receivers
Weaknesses: Young DBacks, terrible defensive coaching (used to be anyway)

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View PostJoeGator, on 15 January 2014 - 09:44 AM, said:

Strengths: Name brand and money
Weaknesses: Players and coaching

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Strengths:
1)  Solid stable of RBs, WRs, and TE's returning.  Establishing a QB and building upon an already capable offensive line will be the biggest challenges.

2)  Defense, while gutted by the NFL draft, has lots of talented depth. New faces will mean inexperience, but the raw talent is there to be developed into something special.

Weaknesses:
1) We hired Lane Kiffin

2) We hired Lane Kiffin

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Strength's:
Both interior lines.
Offensive line
Auburn lost one offensive line starter (RT) but waiting for their turn are two four star recruits and a 5-star. Miller was a starter at RT before getting in trouble with the coaches early in the year.

D-Line
Auburn rotated 8-9 players on the D-line all year long.  Three of them were true freshmen. We lose two starters (Ford and Eguae) and we get back Whitaker who was medical redshirt this last year.


Weakness:
LB's and DB's. We lose a starter (Davis CB) but then again we get our MVP of the 2013 Spring game back after a medical  redshirt (Garrett) Help looks to be on the way for the DB's although most will be very young.
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Weaknesses:

WR: Outside of Lewis no wr has really played good. Still a young group as well.
Safeties: Whitley gone. Market will be back but not sure if the depth is there yet.

Strengths:
QB: Dak will surprise people.
HB: Solid 3 deep if used properly will help take pressure off of dak.
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Strengths:

Talent at skill positions on offense. Loaded at RB, TE, QB, and WR.
Really good at making field goals

Weaknesses:

Defense is an abomination
Special teams are awful

Hopefully those weaknesses change
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Strength- LBs AJ Johnson is a 3 year starter tackling machine, C Maggitt returns with 2 years starting and a red shirt last year and is in the best condition of his life, the last spot is up for grabs with a ton of young and highly talented guys. LB is loaded with a great mix of super talented and young guys.

WR- North returns as do Pig and Croom. The match of Malone and Person coming in with up to 6 guys looking for playing time mean is a group with a great foundation and young talent

Weakness
Secondary- we return everyone but look for 2-4 new starters (including the star back) and youth all over the place

Youth- this team is too young with too much on it in 2014 for this to be the team it will be in 2015\2016 with the same guys.

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Strengths:
1) Gurley
2) Also Gurley

Weaknesses:
1) Special teams
2) Most of our fans are retarded
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