Mark Thompson, Micah Abernathy

Tennessee Vols Statistical Rankings after Florida

Here’s our weekly update of the Vols’ statistical rankings, after the Florida game.

Offensive observations: The offensive line still seems to be doing a good job of protecting the quarterback. First down, third down, and scoring is . . . okay, but then go south in a hurry.

The most striking thing is that Red Zone Offense has gone from first three weeks ago to 100th this week.

 

Defensive observations: My mother always taught me that if you can’t say anything nice . . . you move on to special teams.

Special Teams observations: Need to tighten up that punt return and kick return defense, but other than that, high fives all around. And, of course, it’s only now that I realize that field goals isn’t on this list for some reason.

Turnovers and Penalties observations: Okay, decent. Could be better, but not terrible.

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Evan
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I love this series of articles. Here’s some additional data just compared to our conference: John Kelly: #1 in total rush yards (349) (PS that’s ~116 yards per game!) #1 in Rush TDs (5) #1 RB reception yds (191) #10 player recep. yds (191) #2 RB yds per reception (11.94) #2 player in total receptions (16) T-3 player in total points (30) Conclusion: JK is a total stud. Callaway: #2 in yds per reception (24.75) T-3 in TDs (3) #9 in Reception Yds (198) Team Offense #6 in total yards (1206) #4 in pass yds (715) #4 in points (104)… Read more »
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