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Old 10-23-2004   #5
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Originally Posted by powda
clearly the texans feel more comfortable with davis and wells blocking then they do with hollings.
Yup, and is it any wonder because Hollings was a DB before playing briefly at
Geogia Tech in their offensive backfield, therefor he has very little experience
at any kind of blocking (last time I checked, that's not in a DBs job description). Elsewhere on this MB re. another topic, somebody said that NFL GMs/coaches will take a gamble or like to take a gamble sometimes on
picking a player - sorta like Oil & Gas guys looking for that elephant field. This
maybe is a good example of a Casserly gamble. And keeping with the analogy,
it may turn out to be a "dry hole".
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