Texas A&M Football: The biggest concern at every offensive position

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The Texas A&M football team is considered an early candidate to be one of the best teams in the country. ESPN has the Aggies as their way-too-early 4th-ranked team in the country, indicating that the potential is there for A&M to be a College Football Playoff candidate.

That said, the potential was there last season too but the Aggies would stumble to an 8-4 finish. What can they do to avoid a repeat of this?

It starts on offense, where the Aggies finished in the middle of the pack of college football at 56th, failing to average more than 30 points per game for the second time in Jimbo Fisher’s tenure. Here is everything that could cause them to have a repeat of last season — one concern at each offensive position.

Texas A&M Football Offensive Line Concern: Health

Despite losing Kenyon Green, one of the best offensive linemen in the country over the past few seasons, the Texas A&M football team is actually looking pretty good on the offensive line. Freshman All-Americans Reuben Fatheree and Bryce Foster will be returning with a full year of SEC football under their belts.

This offensive line has an extremely high floor. Generally speaking, this should be one of the SEC’s better units with the potential to be the best in the conference. The only thing that could hold them back is injury-related issues, which have been an issue in the past. Let’s hope they stay healthy for the entirety of the 2022 season.

Concern Level: Low