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    Could Hines be the next receivers coach?

    Just maybe he could bring that passion to the youth we have. Instead of waiting for the ball to come down.. go and get it..

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    No way.... He's on TV shows etc, he's got it made now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachintosh66 View Post
    Good players dont always make good coaches...
    I think Hines would be a great wr coach but if I had my choice I would want Jerry Rice.

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    No way he's a freakin zombie, we already have enough people that wonder aimlessly and drool on themselves! I wish they would have let Hines compete in the Rachel vs Guy looking like the zombie, might have gotten a few people to puke on each other!

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    no thanks thats a horrible idea and he has shown no interest

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    Hines reminds me of a person that excels at whatever they put their mind to. With that being said, I'd love to see him back, but he is doing quite well in Hollywood.

    Maybe he could coach in camp.

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    Um, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcity73 View Post
    No way he's a freakin zombie, we already have enough people that wonder aimlessly and drool on themselves! I wish they would have let Hines compete in the Rachel vs Guy looking like the zombie, might have gotten a few people to puke on each other!
    Dude wtf are you talking about ? Think you are enjoying the return of Walking Dead to much.

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    I played some QB in high school, much like Hines played QB in college.
    I used to get crazy mad at WR's and TE's. When they would come back to the huddle, I would always scream at them because they weren't looking for the ball soon enough. They seemed to think I had all day.

    Sometimes when we scrimmaged, I'd ask to get some time at WR and TE, because I was a RB mostly, and QB sometimes.
    I liked to see it from a different perspective.I excelled at WR and TE, just as much as RB.

    I talked out coach into letting WR's and TE's play some QB in practice, so they could get a grip on the QB perspective.
    u/sually, it just took one practice to make a better WR or TE because they would get a grip on how little time a QB has, and the very limited vision a QB has.

    You need to get your head turned and locate the ball, and stay on route at top speed.

    Hines would make a great WR coach because he understand how WR and TE don't get their heads turned and look for the ball fast enough. And stay on route at top speed.

    Ben throws a sweet deep slant, which opens up quasi picks and go routes, double move, hitch and go.
    If the deep slant isn't there, throw it to the hitch and go routes.
    Deep slants and crossing routes can occupy both saftys deep.

    What Ben needs is a WR coach who played WR and QB. Really.

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