No Wasted Offensive Drives
The FSU offense has gotten off to slow starts in the majority of its games this year. However, that wasn’t the case last week, as they scored touchdowns on their first three possessions in the first quarter.
However, like most games, the offense wasted a couple of key drives in the Virginia Tech game to give the opposing offense a chance to get back in the game.
FSU has to find ways to avoid having drives that go three-and-out. For instance, FSU had two drives in the second quarter against Virginia Tech, equating to seven plays for -2 yards.
That’s unacceptable, and they have to find ways to avoid those situations, especially against defenses that are not good to elite.
Syracuse’s defense is better than Virginia Tech’s by a good bit, so hopefully, we’ll see the FSU offense find a better rhythm throughout the game. I’m not saying they should score on every possession because that’s not realistic.
However, they are too talented to have back-to-back drives that lose yardage in total against any defense.