What did we learn in Alabama football’s loss?
Alabama had faced back-to- tail ranked opponents ahead of Saturday, and they’ve left those games with two victories. The Tide hoped to face another ranked party in College Station, but the Aggies fell out of the top 25. Instead, Alabama football played an unranked Texas A&M party with replacements of turning pointed once again. The Aggies did just that by troubling the Crimson Tide
Alabama has high replacements for the season, but they now must go perfect for the rest of the stretch. Every game matters, and the Aggies couldn’t be overlooked. Despite their quondam two losses, they had an proficient roll with a strong obnoxious line and solid defense.
Alabama lost to the Aggies, but they still learned abundance. Losses are learning breaks, which is the closest Alabama has to a flatware interlining at this point. Presently are grades for each position group, starting with the tight ends.
Tight Ends D
Alabama has two tight ends who have proven that they’re worth starting. Cameron Latu began the epoch as the starter, and Jahleel Billingsley has proven that he’s one of the chic tight ends in club football as well. The Tide are back to using tight ends ever in the dissolution game, and they add versatility to the Alabama football offense. Notwithstanding, none of that showed in this game.
Latu had a bad holding call unseasonably in the game, and Billingsley was the target on the interception crapshoot. The interception wasn’t on Billingsley, but he also had some bad drops of his own.
Bryce Young wanted his players to make plays for him, and they did not. Latu failed to secure a touchdown catch, and Billingsley failed to secure a untold other catches. With so numerous shots for the Tide to make big plays, the tight ends failed to deliver.