Paul McQuistan prefers to let his actions speak for him
In a unit comprised of younger players, offensive line coach Tom Cable has leaned on guard Paul McQuistan to implement and execute his zone-blocking system that has led the Seahawks into the second round of the playoffs against the Falcons.
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“RaiderNation of Domination”
Since: May 07
Some West Texas County
#1 Jan 9, 2013
I never understood why we let this McQuistain guy go. I thought he was pretty decent and I believe he was gone before Cable came to Oakland. It's amazing how some guys seem to really shine once they leave the Raiders.
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