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    no huddle

    this is only my opinion but i think we should switch to a version of the no hudle much like cincy and indy. it would keep the defense on its heels let brad audible to a play that would benifit us and get the whole team more in sync. i see lots of benifits to playing this way and not very many drawbacks. but whatever im not the coach
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    Re: no huddle

    We did look best today in the no huddle when we had the D on their heels. I like the idea, not so sure how well it would work for a full game though, especially with young players like Marcus Johnson and his false starts.

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    Re: no huddle

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    this is only my opinion but i think we should switch to a version of the no hudle much like cincy and indy. it would keep the defense on its heels let brad audible to a play that would benifit us and get the whole team more in sync. i see lots of benifits to playing this way and not very many drawbacks. but whatever im not the coach
    I agree we couldn't get much going on offense, and we havn't for several games. Why not change it up, would it hurt? Funny thing is when we finally needed to score we started tearing it up, against the zone or blitz. Why wait all the way to the end of the game. Do a hurry up offense, go for it.

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    Re: no huddle

    Agreed! I was actually thinking the same thing some time around the 3rd quarter. Childress may think he's an offensive genius, but I was astounded at some of the poor play-calling today, and I really don't know how Johnson could do any worse. At the very least I bet he would have tried to run on more than 16 plays.

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    Re: no huddle

    Atleast we could 3 & out faster.
    That way our "D" doesnt lose their rhythm.

    Really though, anything that protects me from watching our preliminary punt unit, I'm all for.
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