2015 Season: Year of the Pig

Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by zero-sum, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    Too early???

    I'm thinking 2015 is the year of the ...


    Led '14's team in receptions and receiving yards. If he stays healthy '15 could be his most productive.
  2. IP

    IP Advanced Pruitt Apologetics Bot

    He's going to need Pearson to be healthy and taking the pressure off.
  3. 615 Vol

    615 Vol Chieftain


    2015...The year he gets within a 1,000 feet.
  4. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

    Or North
  5. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

  6. BigOrangeBeech

    BigOrangeBeech Poster of the Month, July 2014 and recruiting guy!

    Really am excited to see this WR corps at full strength. Hoping they all stay healthy.
  7. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member


    Having and keeping North, Malone and Smith healthy is key as well. Long time since there has been this type talent (including TE) in the receiver two-deep. Packaged w/ a good 1-2 @ RB and a mobile QB w/ a strong arm who's not afraid / hesitant to tuck and run makes for a nightmare matchup for opposing DC
  8. JT5

    JT5 Super Moderator

    **** alabama. We'll see you in Atlanta.
  9. JohnnyQuickkick

    JohnnyQuickkick Great Man

    you will also have to account for the debord factor
  10. Beechervol

    Beechervol Super Moderator

    Jones is gonna sink or swim with his system.

    This hire made it evident that big changes were not gonna happen.
  11. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

  12. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    Sink or swim either way it's a win-win imo

    Big changes prob not. Hopefully he can help the o-line play lord knows it can't get any worse
  13. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    How nice is it to have some depth and talent at DT? If I'm Weatherd, Vereen, Maggitt or Barnett I'm licking my chops
  14. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

    I'm excited to see Barnett in one on one's with left tackles. He was, at times, unblockable with teams paying him a lot of attention. If McKenzie and Tuttle live up to the hype, the pass rush will be the best Tennessee has had in 15 years.
  15. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    I'm right there with you.

    OC's will be forced to get creative with this front seven
  16. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

  17. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    Looking forward to having Bates 100% healthy. I imagine he's chomping at the bit and ready to hit someone other than a teammate
  18. A-Smith

    A-Smith Chieftain

    I think McKenzie will be average at beginning of the season and get better as the season goes on. Hard for me to think either of these guys will be Henderson and Haynesworth the moment they walk on campus. 2016 will be another story. D-Line should be Florida/Bama level by then.
  19. warhammer

    warhammer Chieftain

  20. zero-sum

    zero-sum New Member

    With this two-deep talent we don't need H & H from the onset to generate the pass rush JG is speaking of. Unfortunately, it too speaks to the level of talent (or lack of) we've fielded during that time.

    Agree about '16. Keep all healthy and though Maggitt, Weatherd, and Williams graduate the front seven still will be a force

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