In 1863 General Joseph E. Johnston was ordered to survey the Army of Tennessee under General Bragg. Johnston ultimately decided not to take command, but was later commanded by Davis to assume command. Before he could, Bragg's wife fell dangerously ill and Johnston's old wound began acting up. Ultimately Bragg remained in command until after the CSA was pushed out of Tennessee. What if General Johnston had taken command of the Army of Tennessee in 1863 rather than remaining under Bragg's command? Could he have faired better since his subordinates wouldn't have despised him like they did Bragg?