“Everyone’s trying to go back to their old glory days, but (Quinn) isn’t me there,” said Quinton Bohanna, whose brief outing due to a minor injury forced defensive coordinator Quinn to enter. in service. “So it’s a big difference when I’m in it and when I’m away.”
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This is indeed Bohanna’s plan, who, despite being just a sixth-round rookie from Kentucky, should make a big difference as a rookie.“He’s going to be right over center,” Quinn said of Bohanna, who is rated 6-4, 360 and could be especially helpful when Dallas is in a 3-4. “Sometimes here, other times here. ”
Quinn used her hands to indicate where “here” is. His hands barely moved an inch.
It’s not the kind of 1-Tech tackle Dallas has favored in recent years. Previous coordinators prefer guys with less bulk and more ability on the pitch. Bohanna calls himself a ‘stopper’, adding: ‘I’m proud to stop the race and let the guys behind me run free and play. My physique just matches the system Coach Quinn wants to use on defense. “But on Saturday, just for a moment, Bohanna felt a pain in her shoulder. So he got out… and in the middle of the roster went Quinn. “He didn’t look too good,” Bohanna said with a laugh, “so I’m (back) and (replaced him). “
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