If Jordan Travis stays healthy, I feel good about this unit. The FSU offense will likely go as he does. If he has a bad game against the better teams, I’m not sure FSU can expect to win those.
The only problem is his injury history, which has reared its head each year he’s been at FSU. However, all reports are Jordan Travis has improved as a passer since last year.
It began to show in the final three games in 2021. We know he is dynamic with his legs, but I think we’ll see better decision-making, better pocket presence, and better accuracy.
Those aspects coupled with better receivers and a better offensive line? That should put FSU over the 30 ppg mark, which would be the first time that has happened since the 2016 season.
If Tate Rodemaker has to play meaning snaps, can he carry his improvement from practice into actual games?
Better play from this unit gives the Noles a solid shot of winning eight or more games in 2022.