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BDL 2020 Week 8 - Oklahoma City EF5s @ Portland Horned Owls


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BDL 2020 Week 8

Match: Oklahoma City EF5s @ Portland Horned Owls

Away Owner: @Blue

Home Owner: @EaglesPeteC


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QB Patrick Mahomes

RB Latavius Murray

WR1 Allen Robinson

WR2 Randall Cobb

WR3 Brandin Cooks

TE Trey Burton

LT Brian O'Neill

LG Justin Herron

C Rodney Hudson

RG Kevin Zeitler

RT Morgan Moses


RB2 James White

TE2 Dalton Schultz

WR4 Larry Fitzgerald

WR5 Greg Ward

TE3 David Njoku

OL6 John Miller

OL7 Jesse Davis

OL8 Mason Cole


LE Will Gholston

DT Stephon Tuitt

DT Akiem Hicks

RE Derek Barnett

LB Anthony Hitchens

LB Jarrad Davis

CB Tre’Davious White

CB Michael Davis

CB Byron Jones

FS Adrian Amos

SS Jordan Poyer


DE3 Kerry Hyder

DL David Onyemata

DT3 Sheldon Richardson

DT4 Shamar Stephen

LB3 Anfernee Jennings

LB4 David Long

CB4 Troy Pride

DB5 Josh Jackson



QB- Kirk Cousins

RB- David Montgomery 

WR- Davante Adams 

WR- Mike Williams

WR- Travis Fulgham

TE- Mark Andrews

OT- Laremy Tunsil

OG- Andrew Norwell

C- Matt Paradis

OG- Mark Glowinski

OT- Alejandro Villanueva


LE- John Simon

DT- Sebastian Joseph Day 

DT- Lawrence Guy

RE- Bud Dupree

LB- Jayon Brown 

LB- Blake Martinez

LB- Jamie Collins 

CB- Marcus Peters

CB- Michael Ojemudia

FS- Marcus Maye

SS- Malcolm Jenkins

2nd RB- Jerrick McKinnon

3rd RB- Gus Edwards 

FB- Patrick Ricard

WR- Byron Pringle

2nd TE- Jack Doyle

3rd TE- Drew Sample

3rd T- Jordan Mailata

Swing G- Andrew Wyile

DE- Tyvus Bowser

Depth LB- Kenny Young

Depth LB- Elandon Roberts 

Nickle CB- Jamar Taylor 

3rd S- Justin Blackmon

4th S- Mike Edwards


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Offense (50/50 run/pass)

-           The middle of this defense is softer than Pheltzbahr without his Viagra, so we’re going to hit it hard no matter whether we’re running or passing. Latavius Murray draws the start at back as we plan to run on early downs to set up heavy amounts of play action on second and third down throughout the game. We also plan on using 3 WR 2 RB formations on second/third downs to keep the defense on their toes, subbing in Cobb for Murray to get our five best skill players in terms of receiving/running on the field as much as possible.

-          I don’t know how Portland plans on covering three-wide sets with their cornerback depth chart in shambles. Randall Cobb has played well enough this year that he’s generating IRL trade interest, while Brandin Cooks will work seam routes from the slot to occupy the safeties/linebackers. Larry Fitzgerald will see a lot of work from the slot on third and short as a vet blocker with reliable hands.

-          The tight ends will be featured in the passing game this week, especially matched up against the safeties and Martinez. Since we’re using a lot of play action, the TE will chip the edge before going out on their routes. They’ll work the middle of the field on short slants and curls to open up the deep middle for Cooks.



-          We have a heavier base defense up front to really discourage the run early and force Portland to pass. Linemen will be rotated out regularly to keep them fresh and ensure we can keep a pass rush going on Cousins throughout the game.

-          The coverage scheme will alternate between Cover 1, Cover 3, and some Cover 4. It’s going to be tough to cover all of Portland’s weapons in man, but by switching up our coverages, we can confuse Cousins and force him into mistakes while limiting his ability to get big plays going.

-          To help our coverage, we’ll be blitzing the linebackers, slot corner, and/or strong safety regularly, counting on the multiple coverage to keep Cousins from zeroing in on the soft spots and vacated zones. We’ll also include some Cover-0 blitzes to really f*ck him up.



Gameplan: Just win baby


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