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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - David Bowens
His hog-nosed facemask is unlike any in the NFL, just one of the many things separating Peyton Hillis from the pack of running backs.
When Browns coach Eric Mangini, with a generous dip of chewing tobacco ballooning his lower lip, looks across the field at the New York Jets' sideline this Sunday, he'll see his past _ what was, and what might have been.
"We'll all be judged, from Eric all the way down to the last player on the roster," said linebacker David Bowens, who also played for Mangini in New York.
"We were pretty good," said Bowens, who played for the Jets under Mangini. "He ran the ball right down our face. We didn't expect that. I knew he was tough, and when we got him here, man, I was happy."