I love articles that point out where there's clearly room for improvement. A little constructive criticism is welcome here. Thank you.
I believe Fields re-aggravated his knee injury in the Michigan game. He wasn't 100% for a few games prior to that, if I recall correctly. Combine that with it being his first year as a starter - several new starters on the line - not the biggest running back we've had in pass protection - and I'd say things turned out about as well as could have been expected, all things considered.
I also agree with those who are saying that mixing in some quicker-developing pass plays may be in order this season. Although, as much as I admire our wide receivers from last season who are moving on (especially, Hill) - they will be replaced with players possessing more speed in every instance. I could definitely see more and quicker separation from our receivers in 2020 - even without major changes in play-calling -