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Old 09-04-2013   #274
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Default Re: Rick Smith looks smarter every day

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post

You're are correct steelb. After the dismal rushing teams of Ahman Green and Ron Dayne, Gibbs was brought in to fix the OL and given complete authority over the Texans run game. Brown was only the 2nd time he drafted a 1st rd OT. Gibbs always felt that he could find OL he wanted in the later rds of the draft. There are very interviews of Gibbs but there is one where he does discuss his research of Brown. For all you naysayers, Gibbs would not take a job if he did not have full control of the running game.
I also remember Gibbs saying he took a very hands-off approach to coaching the Texans, as if he were here to coach Benton, not the line itself.
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