Roman Oben
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"Roman Dissake Oben" is a former professional American football player. He played college football at the University of Louisville before being drafted by the New York Giants in 1996. Oben spent 12 years as an offensive tackle in the National Football League playing for the Cleveland Browns, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the San Diego Chargers. He was a starting offensive lineman on the Buccaneers Super Bowl XXXVII Championship team.

Oben is currently the NFL director of youth & high school football, a position he was named in January 2015.

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We messed around for two games and dug ourselves in a hole already. We can't afford to dig ourselves in any deeper holes.

There are positives and negatives. But if I had to do that over again, I would.

We didn't get it done in crucial areas. We didn't run the ball well. We didn't play well enough up front. It's not about what they do. It's about what we do. If we do what we do effectively and we're hitting on all cylinders, it doesn't matter. .... We can run through anybody.

Every man has got to look at himself in the mirror and say, 'What can I do that I didn't do the past two weeks?' .

I grew up with guys who would run circles around me intellectually, ... But I always had opinions about things. You kind of had to when you grew up going to school 10 blocks from the White House.

How many times did we run on that drive?

Obviously, we're going to play better teams. There's no New Orleans in the middle to help us out.

We practiced for everything we thought they were going to do. Obviously once the game starts you get 60 minutes to get it done and we just didn't get it done in certain crucial areas against a good football team on the road.

People would call, ... If you can't help them you have to find the people that can, so you start knowing all the agencies.