"That's also his soccer number," his mother proudly pointed out.
For Saxon, it was only her second Ravens game, and her first in 14 years.
"I told my husband I was going in his place," she said.
Even before the games, the fans were definitely into the game. During the National Anthem, fans shouted "O" more vigorously than usual, aware that 500 miles away another Baltimore-Detroit matchup was taking place. That one counted.
When Paul Kruger nearly snared one of Matthew Stafford's passes late in the first quarter, they groaned. With no Terrell Suggs, they know there's pressure on Kruger.
The offense got lots of attention with cheers for the expected big plays from Ray Rice and Joe Flacco.
It was the first time the fans got to watch Jacoby Jones, the free agent receiver signed from the Texans and they enjoyed his 35-yard first quarter romp down the sidelines.
The pace of the game was very slow and the replacement officials struggled with calls. There were seven penalties in the first quarter and six more in the second quarter. The crowd watched passively, but for the players, it's serious business.
"There is no substituting game experience," Matt Birk said. "You can practice a lot - and we're lucky to go against a great defense every day - but game situations are paramount."