Every SEC Team's Strongest, Weakest Position Groups Heading into 2014 Season

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Every SEC Team's Strongest, Weakest Position Groups Heading into 2014 Season
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After a high-scoring, uptempo, passing-fueled season that shattered the mold of SEC football, America's best conference should get back to its roots in 2014.

Perhaps the best class of quarterbacks in league history departed this offseason, and (partially) as a result, many of the projected top teams find their strengths along the offensive and defensive lines and in the offensive backfield.

That is not the case for everyone, however, and there are certain teams that will fly in the face of that style. Based on where their most talented players return, they will cater to their relative strengths.

The criteria for this list was rather simple: The strongest groups are the ones with the most talent, and the weakest are the ones with the least. The metrics used include a combination of how many players are returning, which players are returning, last year's performance and which players have been added during the offseason.

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