With the 2015 season just a month away, it's time for this year's installment of the Better/Worse/Neutral series where we look at various aspects of the team and attempt to predict how they'll fare compared to last year.
Washington's passing game was a source of much debate last season. It was efficient, but was it actually good? With Cyler Miles gone and John Ross out for the year, can we expect any improvement in this area?
Washington was effective at times running the ball last year, but most of the OL has graduated and the most effective runner is off to the NFL - as a linebacker. Can the 2015 rushing attack match or exceed last year's production?
We kick off our annual Better/Worse/Neutral series with a look at the return game. UW loses one of the most electric kickoff returners in the country with the injury to John Ross - do they have enough playmakers elsewhere to fill that gap?