"I didn't know who the guy was when he came out," said Texans defensive end Mario Williams, the No. 1 pick in the 2007 draft. "I really didn't. . . . He definitely managed the game for them. He was getting rid of the ball and moving the ball."
Said cornerback Dunta Robinson, "We were zeroed in on one guy (Hill) for so long, and then you put in a guy who has absolutely nothing to lose. He's going to throw it up and do whatever he can to make sure he's going to stay on the field."
Robinson said he knew Smith's identity, but everybody in the huddle was asking, "Who's No. 11? I think it threw our game off a bit. I didn't get to explain it to them, but now I think they all know who 11 is."
This is my favorite. It comes from Houston linebacker Zac Diles. "I was like, '11?' It's been so long since he's had any game time that we didn't even scout him last week. Everybody was like, 'New quarterback.' I was like, 'Smith? Smith?' I had to remember his first name, too. Alex Smith. But he came in and did his job."
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