View Full Version : LB-Angerer

12-29-2009, 03:45 PM

12-29-2009, 03:51 PM
They guy is a playmaker but I think he fits more of a cover 2 and probably a Tampa 2 even better where the MLB drops deeper into coverage. Not saying he wouldn't be a solid pick, because he shoots gaps well, and is always around the ball just my opinion of what scheme he would fit better in.

12-29-2009, 03:58 PM
Just from what I saw he would be good at run support and coverage..Crowder in my opinion just dosn't have the instincts..This guy looks like a later round pick

12-29-2009, 04:04 PM
Just from what I saw he would be good at run support and coverage..Crowder in my opinion just dosn't have the instincts..This guy looks like a later round pick

Yeah, Crowder drives me nuts. He has all the ability, just no instincts. Angerer reminds me of Rudd for Tampa.

12-29-2009, 08:49 PM
here is CBSsportsline's take on him:

Analysis Read & React: Has a real nose for the ball on run plays. Reads the quarterback's eyes in coverage, and is quick to get to the ball while it is in the air. Not usually fooled by misdirection and has the speed to recover after a false step.
Run defense: Goes sideline-to-sideline and down the field to chase the ball from the middle. Despite being undersized playing the MIKE spot, he will take on linemen blocks and disengage to grab the ball carrier as he goes by. Quick enough to avoid some blocks but he gets planted into the ground too often. Gets a bit nosy inside at times, finding it tough to get through trash if the play bounces. Needs linemen to keep him free to be effective.
Pass defense: Able to drop quickly to the first down marker and find a receiver, even after play-action. Good ball awareness in zone coverage; always on the nearest receiver. Very adept at making the interception whether the catch is easy or difficult. Lines up against slot receivers, but it's a mismatch if they have any speed or elusiveness.
Tackling: Hustle player who works hard through blocks to get in on plays. Will bring his hips and feet to stack up running backs in the hole if kept clean. Typically not an explosive tackler, but is reliable as a catch-and-drag man in the open field. Teams will expect him to be a leader on special teams.
Pass Rush/Blitz: Not asked to blitz much, but has the closing speed to do so and is a secure tackler. Will struggle to beat blocks if linemen pick him up. Can also beat cut blocks in space; should be able to defeat them in the backfield.
Intangibles: Ultra-competitive and hard-working. Got through multiple injuries in his sophomore year to become one of the team's top defenders in 2008. Will be the vocal leader in the middle as a senior.
NFL Comparison: Mark Simoneau, New Orleans Saints

Nice to see them mention that despite being only 235lbs. he will take on the OLmen. If he were to come here he would definitely have to deal with OLine being that we run a 3-4. I love his intangibles.

12-29-2009, 09:04 PM
His teammate AJ Edds is probably a better fit for MIA. He plays OLB for the Hawkeyes but would project to ILB for MIA 6-2 245.

12-29-2009, 09:06 PM
Crowder: I think the only INT I ever saw this guy make was the the one at the end of the Pat's game, when he interecepted Tom Brady to secure the win.

Angerer clearly can hit and also keeps his head up for the football so he can make some picks. We probably have the all-iron-hands team at LB right now with Crowder and Porter. We need a guy who has a good instinct for the ball, the way Zach Thomas did. I just hope Crowder gets dealt away. I would love McClain of Bama but he will probably be gone, Angerer would be a nice pickup. I also love Dexter Davis of ASU maybe in the 4th round?

12-30-2009, 06:29 AM
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!!!!

Zach Thomas born again!!!!......Go get him Tuna!! PLEASE!....lol