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No Huddle

Discussion in 'Q & A WITH JOE BARKSDALE' started by El Juggernauto, Oct 4, 2013.

  1. El Juggernauto Your Best Friend

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    From a blocking stand point, is it easier to go no huddle? Or is it exhausting? Is it something you personally enjoy, or do you preference to pound it?
     
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  2. Dog Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    add on....cause inquiring minds want to know...

    The offense seems to run so much more in rythem in the "no huddle"....so why dont we do it more often?
     
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  3. Joe Barksdale New Member

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    No huddle has its positives and negative just like anything else. People don't realize that game management is a very important part of NFL football so sometimes we will run certain plays/offensive styles based on the situation that we are in during the course of the game.
     
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