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Saxist Fed

Member Since 09 Sep 2012
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All Blue Uniforms

27 September 2014 - 10:33 AM

What do guys think about the upcoming match-up between the Ravens running backs and our defense?  

 

We're facing freaking Forsett and Pierce...if these guys are able to run at will like the Steelers did we have issues but if not, my faith is restored.  

 

I know he fugged up last week but Horton against the run will be important.  

 

Cheese.  


We should get frisky with Green Bay

29 August 2014 - 12:49 AM

I like their receivers, secondary, and they have an underachieving defensive line where it looks like Peppers may be the best asset at the end of the day.  

 

It's like our perfect partner for a secondary or offensive guy which we're quite in the market for IMO no matter how you frame it.  


Sax's 4-Days 'till Mock

05 May 2014 - 11:42 AM

I’m mostly going with the big and tough competitors.  Many may not like the first pick, but what the hell (be kind haha):

 

Draft

 

1-Donte Moncrief WR Ole Miss 6’2 220

The media didn’t really hype him up but he has all the tools and when I look at the crop and ask “Who can really help us to both move the chains and score,” I see Moncrief.  You never know, maybe Latimer/Adams are the smokescreens so we get him.  He’s a starting WR and we met with him as much as anyone.  I want him before the 9ers or some team takes him if Pryor, Fuller, Cooks, OBJ, Ebron, Martin, and Kouandijo are gone.  Scouts are high on this kid and I like him over KB, Lee and Latimer.  (WR1/2)

 

2-Antonio “Tiny” Richardson LT (or) RT Tennessee 6’6 336

This cat can play LT early and help out if needed on the right. 

Tiny-Amini-Kalil-Chandler-Bell sounds like a decent OL lineup.  Still need depth/developmental at tackle.  Overall: a pass protecting and road grading hog molly. What’s not to like? (LT)

 

3-Jaylen Watkins CB Florida 6’0 194

Watkins is explosive yet also a really fluid defensive back.  He’d be great to fill in at slot, CB2 or even safety.  He’s my favorite of the Florida defensive backs and would fit well with White and Cason.  Fills a big need (CB, Nickel, and S depth)

 

4-Robert Herron WR Wyoming 5’9 193

I like Norwood but think he’s gone.  Since we now have Moncrief, Cotchery & Avant, we could use a shifty slot guy who can have return capabilities.  I like Herron a lot and seems he’s a good route runner with NFL ready skills.  (WR, PR & KR)

 

5-Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg 6’6 252

Webster is an athletic freak with a b-ball background and football in his blood.  May take time to develop but could also give the unique option as a 2nd TE in the red zone imo. 

 

6- Justin Britt OT Missouri 6’6 325

We need depth at line even though our starters would likely be in place.  His injury makes him slip to us.  I see us taking a tackle late. 

 

7-Nate Askew OLB Texas A&M 6’3 241

I think we go OLB at some point in the draft.  Seems like a cool prospect we met with. 

 

Notable UDFA

 

Garret Gilbert QB SMU

It’s not worth spending a draft pick on a developmental 3rd string QB but I think our staff wants to find one and Garret could be a good one. 

 

Guys I didn’t draft but would want somehow:

 

Dion Bailey at S- I believe Bailey has starting safety written all over him and it’s not a given Lester, or Harper on a one year deal is anything special.  Could still use a big safety addition. 

 

Kevin Norwood at WR- A very good possibility for us and can see him fitting in our methodical offense VERY well.  


Cheese Goggles

19 April 2014 - 09:13 PM

Alderus thompson was a walrus on a rock


Sax's Second Mock

14 April 2014 - 07:22 PM

Get starters, get value, fill needs:

 

1: Morgan Moses RT/LT UVA 6'6 314

*This seems to be a good debate going on right now and totally think Moses is valuable/worth it here.  

 

2: Cody Latimer WR Indiana 6'3 215

*Highly athletic with great qualities and no real weaknesses.  

 

3: Jarvis Landry WR LSU 6'0 205

*Best hands in the country; overall tough receiver that will no doubt contribute in the NFL

 

4: Kenny Ladler FS Vandy 6'0 207

*A leader of Vanderbilt's defense with athleticism & playmaking skills and a consistent resume to show for it

 

5: Zach Moore DE Concordia-St. Paul 6'6 269

*Huge sleeper DE pick and he could be a stud.  32 of 32 team reps have met with him 

 

6: Antone Exum CB Virginia Tech 6'0 213

*Overlooked Hokie who had some very good games in an off-year for VT

 

7: Stephen Morris QB Miami 6'2 213

*I think he could become a good backup for Cam

 

 

This gets our offense..

 

QB

Newton-Anderson-Morris

 

RB

Williams-Stewart-Barner

 

FB

Tolbert-Brockel

 

WR

Latimer

*Cotchery

Landry

*Avant

*Underwood/King/McNutt/other (battle)

 

TE

Olsen-*Dickson-Hartsock

 

OL

LT--Moses/Bell/Chandler battle

LG-Amini/Bond

C-Kalil

RG-Scott/Chandler/Bond

RT-Chandler/Bell/Moses 

 

 

 

 

 


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