Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Dallas_Texan, Aug 14, 2007.
I only caught the end of the game. Can anyone tell me how Diles looked?
For a 7th round rookie, very well imo. I think the guy sticks and backs up in the middle, and mostly plays ST unless (knock on wood) you know who gets hurt.
It seems like Kubiak loves this guy. Hopefuly he can make a difference. Finding gems in later rounds is alwasy awesome
Kubiak said in his presser he had no idea how Ziles lasted until the 7th
I was extremely pleased with him. Only Jones had a better showing of our draft picks. He's aggressive, but not recklessly so, and seems to have no fear on ST.
I agree -
Keep him healthy and give him the right tools to grow his skills and he will make a name for himself in my opinion
Kiper was calling this a great pick for us because Kiper had him as a 5th rounder.
Kubiak and Smith are a huge improvement on C & C (I can't bring myself to say their names anymore)
I saw the game on TV, and I don't remember any particular play that stood out with Diles, but I have heard nothing but good things about him during TC. It looks like he will make the team and backup Ryans or Greenwood and play on ST. As of now, I think they will keep 6 LB's (Greenwood, Ryans, Anderson, Barber, Diles, and Clark, with Bray on the PS). JMHO!
like the music factory they are named after they had a few lucky hits in the mid 90's and then were done.
Does that make Andre Johnson "Gonna Make You Sweat?"
From this point forward, Capers and Casserley will be known as the C&C Music factory. When you think of them, let a funeral dirge float into your mind, since thats what they did to our chances in the early seasons.
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