5. Can the passing game take a step forward?
While Joshua Dobbs certainly had his moments in 2015, the passing game never completely took off – leaving Tennessee a bit one-dimensional in some of the biggest moments of the season. Tennessee finished ninth overall in the league with 198.6 yards per game to go along with a completion percentage of 59.3.
Tennessee is looking for more consistency across the board in the passing game. Dobbs needs to be a bit more accurate, receivers need to get open and the offensive line needs to continue to improve to give this unit the best opportunity to take the next step. If all of those things happen, UT’s offense could be elite in 2016.