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Old 11-30-2013   #78
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Default Re: Duane Brown and Jake Matthews

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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post
My confidence in Texan OL performance dropped once Bruce fled back to Tennessee, that short stint proved the most fruitful in terms of a cohesive unit able to control line of scrimmage as well protect an immobile QB. His son Jake, most likely will be mis-cast in the hands of a franchise who is OT needy. To me he looks like a natural, most likely Hall of Fame capable LG. Put him next to Duane Brown & teams would have hard time stopping the run or pressuring the QB. Draft a RT top of 2nd & with the young players coming back next offseason off IR as well as Brooks, Myers & Newton that would be a formidable OL to reckon with for any team
Never thought about Matthews as a OG. But you're right.

John Hannah/Randel McDaniel kind of great.
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