Alabama is putting together a truly dominant year. To describe any part of the Crimson Tide as a "weakness" is really more a matter of degree.
That said, if 'Bama has a flaw, what would it be?
Aaron Torres: First off, I agree that to describe any "weakness" with Alabama is to nitpick at this point.
Frankly, watching this team, that has been my biggest takeaway: I don't think they have one.
Statistically, the defense is right on par with last year's historically great one. A.J. McCarron has developed into the best quarterback that Nick Saban has had at Alabama. There's more depth at running back than in years past. The Crimson Tide have three or four legitimate go-to wide receivers, too. And, oh, by the way, they also happen to have one of the best offensive lines I've ever seen in college football.
At this point, I don't think the Tide have any tangible weakness, but if there was one that might concern me, it's the "intangible" one of experience. Say what you want about M...