Will the Browns’ Brian Daboll Successfully Implement the Hybrid Offense?

May 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ideally, Brian Daboll would have been an offensive coordinator at some point prior to taking the position with the Browns in 2009. Unfortunately, his inexperience showed last season as the Browns struggled to develop a consistent offensive identity.
The Browns are undergoing  a drastic change in their offensive philosophy this offseason and if they are to be successful, Brian Daboll must step up his game.
Daboll was born in Ontario, grew up in Buffalo, and played safety at the University of Rochester in New York. As a senior, he had three interceptions in a game against Case Western Reserve, but suffered a career-ending neck injury during the season.
After hurting his neck, Daboll stayed close to the game by helping out the Rochester coaches in any capacity he could.
In 1997, while visiting friends at William & Mary College, one of the football team's quality control assistants promptly quit his job. Daboll walked in, talked to the coach, appli...

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