Alabama Football: Grading All 22 Starters from the Texas A&M Game

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Alabama Football: Grading All 22 Starters from the Texas A&M Game
John David Mercer-US PRESSWIRE
AJ McCarron and his offensive line woke up after a slow start, but it wasn't enough as the Tide fell 29-24 to Texas A&M.

Just one day after Alabama’s shocking 29-24 loss at the hands of Texas A&M, the fallout from one of the biggest upsets of the season is just beginning. 

Nick Saban’s club turned in a second consecutive performance that was filled with uncharacteristic play when compared to the team’s resume through the first two months of the season. 

The Aggies' no-huddle offense dictated the pace of the game and effectively neutralized Alabama’s depth advantage on both sides of the ball. 

The offense committed three turnovers—with two coming in the fourth quarter—and the defense gave up more than 400 yards of total offense for the second consecutive outing. 

There were a few bright spots for the Tide, but most of their lineup were victims of playing catch up after falling behind 20-0 in the first quarter. 

How did Alabama’s starters fare individually against the Aggies? 

Find out in this breakdown featuring grades for all 22 starters in the loss to Texas A&M.  

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