Texas A&M Football: 3 biggest changes between 2021 and 2022

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Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M football Mandatory Credit: Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas A&M football team has seemingly been in a transitional period since Jimbo Fisher’s arrival. The Aggie head coach has been working on getting all of his players to Aggieland and thus far, the stars have not aligned. Texas A&M just finished with another eight-win season in 2021.

But it feels like things can only go up from there. Every full Fisher-recruited class has landed in the top ten with his most recent class breaking all-time ranking records.

So while the 2022 season might seem like somewhat of a rebuilding year, the team won’t necessarily get any worse. In fact, the Aggies are an early favorite to make the College Football Playoff and could easily be one of the best teams in the country. Here are the changes that can get them there.

Change No. 1: The Texas A&M football team should be a more offensive-minded team than it was last year

The Texas A&M football team had its fair share of strong offensive performances in 2021. The Aggies put up at least 40 points on three occasions, including in a win against runner-up Alabama. That said, if you’re looking for a reason for this team’s shortcomings, there’s nowhere to look other than the offense.

With Isaiah Spiller, Kenyon Green, and Jalen Wydermyer all departing for the NFL Draft, a reset is imminent. Even though those players are all undeniably talented, this offense can and should actually improve.

New playmakers will be coming in with LSU transfer Max Johnson, Conner Weigman, Le’Veon Moss, and Evan Stewart. The talent is there to replace the missing playmakers — will they be able to gel better?

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