Georgia Football: Where is Bulldogs’ Achilles Heel in 2015?

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Oct 11, 2014; Columbia, MO, USA; Georgia Bulldogs tight end Jeb Blazevich (83) catches a pass during the second half against the Georgia Bulldogs at Faurot Field. Georgia won 34-0. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends: Strength – Medium

Player to Watch: Jeb Blazevich

The revolving door at wide receiver is still spinning. It seems every time the Bulldogs find a top flight receiver, they become hampered by injuries or are so good they bolt early for the NFL (looking at you, A.J. Green).

This year the departure of Chris Conley and Michael Bennett leave two big holes that no one is quite sure how to fill. Terry Godwin could end up being a huge impact player, but you don’t want to count on that from a freshman. If Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley can stay healthy (and out of trouble) then it should at least be a solid but unspectacular group.

The tight ends are in better shape, and Brian Schottenheimer will more than likely make better use of them than his predecessor did.

Next: Quarterbacks