Yup. I mean nobody was clamoring for the guy when Allen had a 52% completion percentage. Nobody wanted him when he was running Mangini's offense in Cleveland. Someone brought up that he's been able to adapt his offenses to his players as opposed to shoe horning them into his scheme which is refreshing but not necessarily a reason I'd hire him. I don't necessarily want Smith either but I think what he's done with Tannehill is more impressive though it's debatable how he'd do if he didn't have a great RB to complement him.