The best: a star middle linebacker who leads a stout defense; a
stud running back; and a steady place-kicker.
Good but not great: a quarterback whose passing has been as good as the protection he has received behind a developing offensive line.
Not bad: an offense that has moved frequently into the red zone
but has bogged down once there.
Not good: special teams that have drawn too many penalties and
have failed to cover kickoffs well.
Alabama Midseason Analysis