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No-Huddle, No Problem: Thinking About The No-Huddle Offense As An Offensive Phi

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© April, 2005


by Paul Janson
Football Coach, Pine City, Minn.

JUST MENTIONING THE no-huddle offense conjures up images of the NFL. You might picture the no-huddle offense as Peyton Manning barking out commands, changing plays and catching defenses off-guard. Or you might remember the Cincinnati Bengals faking injuries in order to slow down Jim Kelly and the Buffalo Billsí high-powered no-huddle offense.

For any number of reasons, the no-huddle offense isnít thought of very often in college, or especially high school football. Itís assumed to be too complicated or too pass-orienta ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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