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Caption This! 2011 NFL Combine Edition

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Welcome to another special Saturday edition of Caption This!

With the NFL Combine in full swing, it's important to know what to pay attention to. For instance, the 40-yard dash is a popular spectator drill, but it doesn't have much scouting value. Over the next week, players will be run through drill after drill, subjected to intelligence tests and comprehensive interviews.

What often gets overlooked is the coach portion of the combine, where coaches are run through drills and tests and are subjected to measurement after measurement. Just like with the players, there are some drills that don't mean much, like the 40-player pep talk. But other drills are vastly important as predictors of coaching success.

Here, John Fox is taking part in the all important "make your neck disappear" drill, casually referred to as the "Gatorade shower posture". Coaches who can perform this drill show an advanced aptitude for taking Gatorade showers.

John Fox got mixed reviews for his performance.

You know the game. Use the comments to provide your captions, and rec' the ones you like the most. Last week's winner was LondonNiner.