Alabama Football: Three ways the Tide can continue to improve offensively

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Using Kendrick Law in a multitude of ways.

Earlier this week Nick Saban hinted at an increased role in the games to come for Kendrick Law.

"Kendrick has made great strides throughout the weeks, and he’s going to be a key resource for us going forward."

The Alabama Football team showed how it could use Kendrick Law last game when they faced Tennessee. Kendrick Law caught two passes for 38 yards one being a 34-yard jet sweep that helped ignite the team during their second-half comeback. The ways in which this team could use Law are vast as he could provide opposing coaches with headaches as he can lineup in the backfield or out wide being used on screen passes, outside runs, and deep passes as he’s one of the fastest players on this Alabama Football team. Right now, the Alabama offense is predictable for opposing coaches. The team is going to air it out deep to Bond or Burton and use Jase McClellan to run the ball 20+ times a game. Implementing designed screens and sweeps for law would provide teams with another player to worry about in both the passing and rushing attacks potentially opening up the deep balls for Isaiah Bond and Jermaine Burton. The use of screens and sweeps would also help Jalen Milroe get in a rhythm early which could be important as the offense only averages 19 yards on opening drives.