What are the pros and cons of a no huddle offense in the NFL?
Does it work, yes for some and not for the others. It seems to work for the Pats and some noted QBs like it. What is your opinion about this?
The only con I see their is to the no huddle is that if all the players are not on the same page, that's about it. There is different styles of the no-huddle and what the Patriots do is run an up-tempo style of offense and not so much a no huddle. The Patriots have been working on it through all those off-season programs and we are seeing all that hard work on display.
Well, it usually works for the best in the business. Right now that is Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, and maybe a few others. If you are able to do it successfully, it is a great way to run your offense, because it doesn't give the defense time to set up, and you might be able to burn them before they are ready.
It all depends on the offensive line and whether they are prepared enough to protect the qb when the ball is snapped.
Possibly, it also depends on the play calls.
Play calling and all the other stuff has a lot to do with running an up-temp offense, I think its being in the same system for so long.
It works well for quick-release quarterbacks. That's why Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Peyton Manning do it well. In fact, it has worked for almost every offense lately. I don't know why.
You can call what ever play you want without a line theres no way the play will develop.
You just have to be a disciplined team, and good at executing your plays.
Yes that is all important but you can't execute plays if you don't have the time or discipline to execute the play which is why the offensive line is so important.
You are right about that. Teams that have a good offensive line, are much better at the hurry-up offense.
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