I heard Paye say during his rookie camp press conference that they did more reading and reacting at his position than they did just straight getting after the QB. He said in this D the ends attack and get after the QB a lot more.
I would've had zero problem with Hines on 3rd/4th and short if it had a decent success rate. But it didn't and you always knew he was getting the ball in those situations.
There was no point in even huddling up.
Everyone in the world already knew what was about to happen.
Yup. Agree 1000%. Listening to Reich coachspeak about RBs being interchangeable is a bit silly and just defies basic logic and laws of science lol.
I have zero problem with Hines running between the Ts on 1st and 2nd though.