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Old 03-12-2013   #50
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Default Re: Rick Smith looks smarter every day

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Originally Posted by Texecutioner View Post
He has only had one off season where he went after some help in free agency and it worked out very well, but we haven't seemed to have figured out how to free up cap money since.

Lol at the idea of Rick Smith being shrewd.
Not that I disagree with you about Rick Smith's prowess, but Wade Smith was a good signing, he was excellent his first year, similar to Jjo's first year.

Then Antonio was a mixed bag. I don't think he was the guy we paid him to be, a threatening pass rusher opposite Mario, but recently with Wade, he's been playing lights out.

He got Matt Schaub through trade & he's been as productive as any QB in the league since 2008 (when he's healthy), not exactly free agency, but a decent trade for a starting QB.
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