With the signing of 100 speed cornerback Ramon Pettit, Natural Motion seems to be willing to deal with the issues of the offense. The team has failed to protect the quarterback in all 3 divisions and this season they are on pace to give up an ungodly amount of sacks. Along with passing protecting issues, division 1 defenses are started to shut down the running game of Darius Anderson & Dalton Hendricks. Without the running backs being a factor, the ball is primarily in the hands of Kylan Hedges which can be a good and bad thing. Deep threat Stezo Woods jr. has been inconsistent with catching the ball, so you never know what you’re gonna get from him.
With the many holes that the offense has to fill, it’s obvious why Natural Motion is stacking the defense. Simply put, it’s a business decision. It’s cheaper to fix the issues on defense vs trying to fill all the holes on offense.
The signing of Pettit will now free cornerback Isaiah Hippard to roam the field as a 3rd safety, outside linebacker, and slot cornerback. He will lineup everywhere.
- Focus: 89
- Agility: 95
- Speed: 100
- Strength: 50