He needs 5 catches to reach 1000 total for his career and I was wondering how much they'll actually use Hines vs the Browns. With Sanders returning this week Hines would normally only see about 10-25% of the offenses snaps, but with this record within reach will they use him more?
Do they try to get the ball to him early and often or wait until they have a sizeable lead or do they just go about business as usual and not worry about his milestone? How could this affect the game if they try to get him the ball?
I'd love for Hines to reach 1000 because he deserves it. I just hate a lot of the schemes that are implemented to get him the ball. The bubble screen being one of these schemes.