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Xtreme Ogdensburg Football League 2005

Brian Saxton- F-9

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QB Brian Saxton
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Saxton is looking for his first XOFL title this season

Player Bio: Brian Saxton is entering his second XOFL season, first as a captain.  He started the whole controversey with Nick Sabatello and him entering the league.  Saxton is a good XOFL player, a little slow, but effective.  He is teamed up this season with Nick Sabatello and Xhevat Vukel.
Name: Brian Saxton
Position: QB/TE
Acquired By: Team Captain
Height: 5'8''
Weight: 145
Born: 2/22/89
Town: Hamburg
XOFL Experience: 2nd season
Playoff Record: 0-0
Cereal Bowl Record: 0-0
NFL Player Most Similar To: Tim Couch
Most Respected Player in the XOFL: Tyler Wenz
Individual Season Goals: Lead my team to the playoffs
Team Season Goals: Clinch a playoff berth
Individual Stats Prediction: 15 Passing TD's, 15 Receiving TD's
Team Stats Prediction: 55 Touchdowns, 12 INT's
Career Highlights: Winning my first XOFL Game last year
Rival: Chris Killacky
Strengths:  Versatile, can play both WR and QB effectively...Plays hard and wants to win the game all the time
Weaknesses: Lacks speed and quickness, won't be able to stay with top WR's in the league on Defense, and won't be able to burn them at WR.
Quote from Saxton- ""Im really looking forward to this season and what my team will be bringing to the table.  Many players underestimate our ability to perform and win games, but we're gonna go out there and prove them all wrong.  Our style wont be flashy but we'll get the job done as a team and come Sunday, we will get the 'W'."
Quotes on Saxton- "He's pretty athletic, but hes extremley injury prone, he may only last a few games before breaking a bone and leaving his team with an empty spot to fill."- Frank Elmuccio, of the British Gentlemen
Did You Know...that Saxton dropped a 100 lb weight on his foot? That had to hurt.

"He's not worth my words."- Gil Tussey