Looking back over the past 10 or so years, the success or failure of our offense relies on the establishment of "that guy". The one that gets the other defenses attention whether they get the ball or not. The one that can be that home run threat on each and every play. The guy named Davis, Spiller, Ford, Watkins, Hopkins, and Ellington. If you think back our worst year in that period was '10 after Spiller, before Watkins, with Hopkins a talented yet young freshmen and Ellington injured. I look at this team and I see potential "that guys", but no one quite yet taking that step. Williams, if he can consistently catch the ball, Watson, even at quarterback with the dual threat potential, and maybe even a Gallman or Choice. Unfortunately until that player has that breakout performance, most defenses will be pin their ears back and come straight at us like UGA did in the 2nd half.