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Thread: Why isn't there a no-huddle defense?

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    Those Giants sure shut down the Cowboys though, didn't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    Those Giants sure shut down the Cowboys though, didn't they?

    I'll still stick with the evidence of two dominating Super Bowl wins over one bad regular season game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Rock View Post
    I'll still stick with the evidence of two dominating Super Bowl wins over one bad regular season game.
    Dominating? They barely won both times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar View Post
    Dominating? They barely won both times.
    When you shut down the Patriots in the Super Bowl, holding them to 14 and 17 points....yeah, that's a dominating performance.

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    A no huddle defense? WTF?

    Only the offense can control the play clock. Not possible. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhawk View Post
    A no huddle defense? WTF?

    Only the offense can control the play clock. Not possible. LOL
    Who ever said anything about controlling the play clock? WTF?

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    LOL. Sorry. But the thread title says NO HUDDLE defense. What are you meaning?

    A no huddle offense does this so the D can't substitute players, or makes it hard to. How does a defense do this?
    Last edited by skyhawk; 09-11-2012 at 07:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhawk View Post
    A no huddle defense? WTF?

    Only the offense can control the play clock. Not possible. LOL
    There are alot of defeses that don't huddle, the problem is our scheme and personnel make it so our fat boy needs a break when he gets stuck in during the no huddle O, and I really don't think anyone on our D is that well conditioned to begin with.

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    Didn't Jim Kelly and the Bills have a no huddle offense ? As far as I remember it he, would torch our 3/4 but lose to the 4/3 defenses. All except the 95 season when we knocked him out of the game with a sack from Kenny Davis plus, we had Lloyd, Kevin Green, Rays Seals, Kirkland to name a few bad arses.

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    To defend no huddle you have to play man up and get either a decent rush or be able to cover your man for 3-4 seconds. We can't do either so it normally torches us, plus LeBeau plays 8-10 yards off.

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