At the beginning of the spring, I wanted to see the offense do three things this spring:
1: Fewer turnovers from the QB position.
2: Improved offensive line play.
3: Create some depth at wide receiver.
I believe two of those goals were accomplished, and as Meat Loaf told us, two out of three ain’t bad.
Today we’ll focus on the quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers, and tomorrow we’ll look at the offensive line and tight ends. The depth charts included in this article are simply my guesses for how the real depth chart looks at the conclusion of the spring. I don’t know whether the coaches will release an official updated depth chart this week. I’m guessing not, because they haven’t released one since the opening day of practice.
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