Now on Fishduck.com: “Three Shortcuts to Creating a No-Huddle Offense”
Check out my latest post for FishDuck.com, talking about a few simple steps you can take to create a no-huddle offense without a complicated communication system:
“Finally, if you want to go extremely high-speed on offense, you can practice 1-2 sequences that can last anywhere from 4-8 plays. Like everything else we’ve talked about, you can either have your players memorize the sequences or put the plays on a wristband for them to wear.
“An effective use of this method speeds up your offense in two ways. First, your players already know what the next play is, so you’re not using time in between snaps to get the call in. Second, your guys will play faster the more acclimated they are to the speed and the sequence of plays.
“This is something that Chip Kelly practiced at Oregon and took with him when he left for Philadelphia. A close examination of several Eagles games from this past season reveals many instances where Nick Foles and the offense ran certain plays during the opening series of the game, and then they came back and ran the exact same plays in the exact order during the next series.”
You can read the whole thing here.
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