The notion of using quick slants, hooks to the TE, and so forth is a sound one, to force a team to back-off from 8-in-the-box and a steady dose or run blitzing.
But to combine such early-game play-calling with a no-huddle is flawed thinking, for the very reason that has been articulated earlier in this thread. The whole purpose of a ball control offense is to protect the defense by minimizing the time that the other offense has the ball. The no-huddle is best used in a 2-minutre environment before the half or the end of the game, or, as a change of pace, for a sluggish offense when the opposing defense is doing a lot of situational substitution. Buffalo, in recent years, and Cincy, during the Sam wyche years, have tried to use the no-huddle on a consistent basis, without achieving play-off success.