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Old 01-29-2013   #22
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Default Re: 2013 Houston Texans Mock Draft

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Originally Posted by steelbtexan View Post
Yep

And Dooley was a terrible HC that literally destroyed that program.

Rodgers pot smoking suspension bothers me though. I would due a extensive interview with him at the Combine. (If Gary doesn't have another elective surgery scheduled at that time.) and have a long talk with his coaches at Tennessee Tech. If everything checks out Rodgers would be my 1st rd pick.

Do you think it's ironic that with Dooley as HC

Bray/Rodgers/Patterson/Hunter/Thomas etc... all are said to have leadership/character issues. I would take what Dooley has to say about his former players with grain of salt. Dooley was as bad a HC at a major college program as I've seen in a long time. Clearly in over his head.
Coaching can really screw up young players. For example I have watched NC and Arkansas last two years. Most of Ark main players like Alvin Bailey had an "off year" 2012. Same thing happened to A&M before the UH coach took over.

Rogers' coaches from high school and Tech are supporting him so if he can stay away from the reefer he'd be my first also to lock him up. I don't care where he's ranked.
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