You can blame the Gators lack of a legitimate passing attack on poor quarterback play. After all, the receivers can't be productive if their quarterback isn't getting the ball to them.
How about the offensive line? If the offensive line doesn't give the quarterback time to go through his reads, set his feet and make a good throw, then there isn't much the receivers can do.
While both of those things played a role into Florida's deficient passing game, the receivers deserve just as much if not more of the blame.
Dropped passes, sloppy routes and inconsistency have plagued the receiver group since Percy Harvin, Louis Murphy and David Nelson moved on to the NFL.
With Brent Pease's new receiver friendly offense, it is time for the group as a whole to step up. Coming out of the offseason, the receiver unit is still struggling with inconsistency and will only have one game to get it together before SEC play starts.
Let's take a look at the depth chart and figure out which receivers will be counted on this season.