1. The rookie lineman
Jedrick Wills’ struggles have been documented, as his transition from right to left tackle didn’t go as smoothly as we all anticipated on draft night.
It’s not to say Wills can’t turn things around, but growing pains are expected from the Alabama product.
Considering how Wills didn’t have a rookie camp, mini camp or organized team actives, in addition to the fact that he couldn’t get his feet wet in live action with a real preseason schedule, it’s only logical Wills will have ups and downs.
Besides blocking, it will also be worth watching to see if false starts become a problem. It was reported in camp that this was an issue, and the pressure of being in a real game would lead one to think the problem will be magnified.