|10-09-2012, 01:19 PM||#1|
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Patriots Using No-Huddle Offense With One-Word Plays
The New England Patriots are upping the ante with their offense as they have changed their no-huddle offense into a fast-break attack that moves faster because the team uses one-word play calls, Greg Bedard of the Pats using Oregon-inspired no-huddle with one-word plays | reports.
The one word tells formation, blocking scheme, the team's formation, blocking scheme, direction on run plays, pass routes, shifts in formations, snap counts, alerts and audibles.
I think the point of it is to try to get everyone going fast, quarterback Tom Brady said recently. So as fast as you can get the communication to your teammates, everyone can be on the line of scrimmage, then the better it is.
Source: The Redzone
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