Joshua Dobbs, who has taken the overwhelming majority of snaps at quarterback, has certainly had his highs and lows. It’s been more good than bad, however. Dobbs has been a playmaker with his arm, his feet and even as a receiver at one point this year. When he’s been on, he’s willed the Vols to some tough victories this year. He also put up huge numbers in the Texas A&M defeat. The bad has included a propensity to throw, on average, a couple inexcusable passes each game – leading to nine interceptions so far after throwing just five all of last year. His completion percentage (58.5) is a touch behind last season’s cumulative total, but he should have an opportunity to bump that up in the coming weeks against a weaker second-half schedule.