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Does Fisher's stance on no-huddle make sense?

I mean his rationale is that you risk your offense going 3 and out very quickly and as a consequence strains on your defense. But the flip side is that IF you are able to successfully run it (which we have for the most part) , you put a strain on the opposing defense, so won't that tire their Defense out? Thus improving opportunity such as running off the pass and increasing likelihood of defensive penalties and confusion? Of Course this is all predicated on an effective high-tempo scheme with great play calling, but still, wouldn't the active ingredient be having confidence in your offense to pull it off? I mean I just don't get Fishers rationale. His main concern is tiring our defense out, but to me it should be about tiring THEIR defense out. Honestly it could go both ways but to say your offense will go 3 and out most of the time is just basically saying you don't have faith in your offense and is a conservative approach.

This mindset contradicts Sneads vision for this team that he's repeatedly shared with us in interviews and press conferences. We have assembled a spread-like team of dynamic space players that wants to ATTACK ATTACK and ATTACK. Why are we running a conservative scheme? Why draft elusive scat-back's who played in spread schemes and continually operate from a 12-personnel package every time. We almost always try to run the ball from this personnel package and its painfully obvious. Ontop of that we don't even play the RB that's played in a pro-style 12 personnel offense like Stacy. For an experienced coaching staff this is really head scratching...


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