Zac Diles

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  1. Dallas_Texan

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    I only caught the end of the game. Can anyone tell me how Diles looked?
     
  2. Porky

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    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.
     
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    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
     
  4. Matt

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    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.
     
  5. techrecruit1

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    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
     
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    Kiper was calling this a great pick for us because Kiper had him as a 5th rounder.
     
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    Kubiak and Smith are a huge improvement on C & C (I can't bring myself to say their names anymore)
     
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    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! :texflag:
     


  9. Texanmike02

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    like the music factory they are named after they had a few lucky hits in the mid 90's and then were done.

    Mike
     
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    Does that make Andre Johnson "Gonna Make You Sweat?"
     
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    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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    http://www.herald-coaster.com/articles/2007/08/17/sports/sports03.txt
     

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