Most of Texas A&M' s personnel losses from a very successful 2020 campaign were on the offensive side of the ball, and back during a spring ball the projected 2021 lineup seemed like it would be adequate barring any injuries. Presented by BetUS.com - Bet with the 3-Decade leader, BetUS! Join now for a 125% bonus or a 200% bonus with crypto. Use promo code DSP125 for bonus or DSP200 for crypto, and bet sports, casinos, horses, pop culture, & more at BetUS.com. You bet, you win, you get paid. BetUS.com - https://bit.ly/DSPMediaBetUS Welcome to the Aggies Daily Blitz by DSP Media in partnership with AllAggies.com. Injuries, however, are part of the game, and it seems that's at least part of what's handcuffing the Aggies' offense right now. Projected starters like Luke Matthews and Haynes King have fallen to injury early, and A&M seems unable to adapt. Only running back Isaiah Spiller, receiver Ainias Smith, and tight end Jalen Wydermyer were lined up in the exact same positions as they were against North Carolina in the Orange Bowl last season. Offensive line anchor Kenyon Green played in three different spots on the line against Arkansas. The offense must adapt to the injuries and the perceived lack of talent and ability at crucial positions on the offense. The rest of the Aggies' season is in the hands of head coach Jimbo Fisher and offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey. They must adapt the offensive scheme to make backup quarterback Zach Calzada more comfortable in the pocket, and more confident in his ability. How? Let's discuss. Please join us daily for the Aggies Daily Blitz at AllAggies.com or the Aggies Daily Blitz YouTube Channel, then continue the conversation on Twitter: @AggiesDaily and @IndyCarTim, or our new forums. To submit a question for the show please email us at AggiesDailyBlitz@gmail.com. We appreciate your interaction and support, and Gig 'Em Aggies!