Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by G Morg, Jul 10, 2012.
What's the rule on a no huddle offense?
usually frowned upon unless run very realistically. lot of leagues limit it to being down in 2nd half. just be careful. fair game if you know what you are doing, give the defense time to set, and run it realistically. tough to do. but its not outlawed.
-running no huddle with 4 wideouts and changing sets so wideouts are lining up at TE, RB, etc.
-running no huddle on clock stoppage plays (out of bounds, in completes, etc)
-running no huddle in such a hurried fashion defense has no chance to do anything
-running no huddle and calling same plays over and over
-running no huddle with pro sets, i forms, etc
you get the idea. be careful. but again, I've seen it done well. and if you're down big in 2nd half and can't get offense going... I'd run it
The only reason I asked was I played a game earlier against the cpu and they ran no huddle offense mid way through 3rd and they were up 7 points....
A few of the CPU teams run the no-huddle very unrealistically, but what can you do.
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