Here is a really good article, that is in reality a pre-scrimmage breakdown, but it gives good insight into what to look for and expect out of the offensive unit.
One of the things that suprised me was that Huyge is getting serious consideration for RT. Weve heard so much about Omameh recently that i thought the position was his for certain. wut are the chances one gets bumped over to LT where the talent is more questionable? Is this a hard position change to adjust to?
Good to hear stonum is performing well. he was easily the biggest disappointment last season (unless u were expecting a lot from threet despite the fact that he couldnt beat out a walk on for the starting job). I think he has the potential to be our #1 reciever if he can develop. Id really like to see our outside recievers improve their blocking, and hopefully free up the bubble screens.
I think we will see a lot of different looks in the backfield. to me, minor is the most talented back but it seems like we never go a season without having our starting RB get injured. Game 1, I expect Minor to start and get most of the carries, with Shaw, brown, and smith getting the occasional change of pace carry.
the qb position is obviously tate's right now, but well see wut happens wen denard arrives. I think it is particularly interesting b/c tate and denard are completely different types of qb's and will bring something unique to the offense. I cant imagine that the competition at qb is on a completely even keel. I imagine RR must have some idea of how he wants his offense to run, based on the other personelle he has. if he wants to focus more on the passing game, then tate prob has the advantage. if having a running qb is his top priority, then advantage Denard. Obviously either one cannot win the job if they are absolutely inadequate, but i do think that ther will be a slight bias for one over the other.