Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
not gonna happen, too many different packages/substitutions/formations
I agree with this. It isn't going to happen.
We would like to do substitutions, which you can't do in a no huddle. We like to grind out the clock, which you can't do effectively in a no huddle.
The biggest advantages of a no huddle, is tiring out the defense and preventing substitutions. If you grind out the clock, then you are giving the defense as much time to rest as the standard offense. You would prevent defensive substitutions, but you also lose the ability to make offensive substitutions. 49er strategy depends on lots of substitutions, so I just don't see this happening.