Possible or not: Will Alabama’s offense be better in 2019 after historic 2018?"> Will Alabama's offense be better than it was in 2018?

Possible or not: Will Alabama’s offense be better in 2019 after historic 2018?

Henry Ruggs hugging Jerry Jeudy

Will they or won’t they? That is the question for Alabama football’s offense heading into the 2019 season.

Will Alabama be able to top their production from a record-shattering 2018 season? The short answer is it’s going to be tough because Alabama was so good last year.

At the risk of overwhelming you with numbers, let’s hit the highlights: 

-No. 3 in the nation in scoring offense (45.6 points per game) while scoring the most points in the nation (684)

-No. 6 in the nation in passing offense (323.6 yards per game)

-No. 2 in the nation in passing yards per attempt (11.1)

-52 passing touchdowns to 8 interceptions

To put it simply, Alabama’s offense was insane. No one could stop them during the regular season, and that carried over into the College Football Playoff semifinal against Oklahoma. Things hit a bit of a snag against Clemson in the national championship, but that’s even more reason to think Alabama will come out looking to make a statement all year on their revenge tour. 

The key pieces 

Alabama returns Tua Tagovailoa, Najee Harris, Jerry Jeudy, DeVonta Smith, Henry Ruggs and Jaylen Waddle. Brian Robinson and Miller Forristall are back and ready for bigger roles. 

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Marq Burnett is a contributor for Touchdown Alabama Magazine and an entertainment reporter for the Nashville Business Journal. You can follow him at @Marq_Burnett.

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