The Patriots no-huddle offense is "borderline illegal"!

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    The Patriots no-huddle offense is "borderline illegal"!

    Patriots offense lethal, not illegal

    James Walker ESPN

     

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/49517/patriots-offense-lethal-not-illegal

     

    (Another smart Jets player speaks out)

     
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    In response to Rocky's comment:
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    Patriots offense lethal, not illegal

    James Walker ESPN

     

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/49517/patriots-offense-lethal-not-illegal

     

    (Another smart Jets player speaks out)

    [/QUOTE]


    Guess they don't get paid for being intellegent over in NJ.  WOW

     
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    Re: The Patriots no-huddle offense is

    Tools.

     
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    After Rex proclaimed that BB is the best coach, I guess you pansies needed something to cry about.   Everyone knows that BB can not prepare his team without something he can point to as bulletin board material and proof of the leagues disrepect for the Patriots.  Otherwise, it seems, guys just don't want to show up for practice, hit the weight room or watch any game film.  It's so sad they need this sort of thing.   Of course, what is even worse is that you fools apparently don't even understand what "borderline" means.  

    This just in from Seattle - apparently all you have to do is hit Gronk, Welker and Brady in the mouth a couple of times and they abandon the hurry and go into the "slow motion" offense.  It's comprised of running the ball three times for no gain and punting it back for the game winning drive.

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    Oh, Phatty... Sometimes you are a very logical and objective poster despite being a troll, :) and sometimes not so much.

    I think pretty much all coaches build up their opposition so that they don't become complacent.

    Bulletin board material is also widely used as a motivating factor  and should be avoided.  The few times the Pats said anything derogatory (perceived or not).  It came back to bite em

     
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    Ah, Phatty.............still yappin away....Remind us all again the last time the Jests were in the SB....Oh yeah, 43 years. Yup, you got plenty to talk about, don't you!

     
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    ESPN is such garbage for trying to stir the pot on this one.  Come on, read the article.  Here is the FULL quote:

    "It's borderline illegal because sometimes the guys aren't always set when they snap the ball," Pace said Wednesday. "But it's smart. Why not hurry a team up? I wish we would do it. For a defense, it just puts pressure on you."


    This is why I hate ESPN so much.  I sqw that headline and thought the same thing you are posting (Jets talking Sh!t again).  But thats not how it is.  I hate the effen Jets, but I'll be fair about it.  This is pure ESPN Bull hands down.

     
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    Re: The Patriots no-huddle offense is

    In response to IraqSteve's comment:
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    ESPN is such garbage for trying to stir the pot on this one.  Come on, read the article.  Here is the FULL quote:

    "It's borderline illegal because sometimes the guys aren't always set when they snap the ball," Pace said Wednesday. "But it's smart. Why not hurry a team up? I wish we would do it. For a defense, it just puts pressure on you."


    This is why I hate ESPN so much.  I sqw that headline and thought the same thing you are posting (Jets talking Sh!t again).  But thats not how it is.  I hate the effen Jets, but I'll be fair about it.  This is pure ESPN Bull hands down.

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    I totally agree. The headline is BS to stir the pot. 

    It seems every team in the NFL seems to snap the ball without really being set when they are in the shotgun or hurry-up and changing plays at the line. It is one of those rules that has just gotten fuzzy over time...

     
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    nohuddlegate - about the same veracity as the other gate.

     
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    Some day we might call the modern Oregon no-huddle a fad like the wildcat.  Miami invented the modern NFL wildcat and Rex Ryan tried it.  The wildcat can be easily defended once a defense knows that it's coming.

    For now, no defense including Seattle has shown an effective counter to the no-huddle.  the only problem is that an offense running the no-huddle seem to get tired late in the fourth quarter.  In about three years at least ten NFL teams will be experimenting with the Patriots' no-huddle.

     
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    Re: The Patriots no-huddle offense is

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    Some day we might call the modern Oregon no-huddle a fad like the wildcat.  Miami invented the modern NFL wildcat and Rex Ryan tried it.  The wildcat can be easily defended once a defense knows that it's coming.

    For now, no defense including Seattle has shown an effective counter to the no-huddle.  the only problem is that an offense running the no-huddle seem to get tired late in the fourth quarter.  In about three years at least ten NFL teams will be experimenting with the Patriots' no-huddle.

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    The no-huddle, hurry up is hardly a new thing. Sam Wyche starting running almost 30 years ago when teams first starting swapping linebackers for nickelbacks and run stopper for pass rush specialists on "passing downs". 

    The NFL changed the subsitutions rules (and added the rule that an "injured" players has to leave the field for a down) to try to control it. It is hardly new or innovative. The Patriots just do it better than anyone else.

     
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    I'd prefer to call it "We Lose When Brady is in the shotgun 60+% of the time against good Dsgate"

    A wrinkle is not a base offense, folks.  Let's hope this gets fixed and isn't an issue the rest of the year, because you can kiss away a SB run with an offense as belligerent in approach as this one is.

     

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    I disagree. Maybe thirty years ago anything other than 2 WRs, 2 RBs, and 1 TE was a wrinkle offense. The rules have changed to make passing easier and the offenses have changed with those rules. This is the new NFL.

     
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    "After Rex proclaimed that BB is the best coach, I guess you pansies needed something to cry about.   Everyone knows that BB can not prepare his team without something he can point to as bulletin board material and proof of the leagues disrepect for the Patriots.  Otherwise, it seems, guys just don't want to show up for practice, hit the weight room or watch any game film.  It's so sad they need this sort of thing.   Of course, what is even worse is that you fools apparently don't even understand what "borderline" means.  

    This just in from Seattle - apparently all you have to do is hit Gronk, Welker and Brady in the mouth a couple of times and they abandon the hurry and go into the "slow motion" offense.  It's comprised of running the ball three times for no gain and punting it back for the game winning drive."

    H0ly cr#p!?!  It's oftentimes simply so hard to find someone post this sheer amount of wealth of such numerous degrees of information that have absolutely zero basis in reality...  Man, down to even the running during The Seattle game..  Wow, even the smaller & overlooked sentiments have absolutely nothing to do with anything which occured in real life, wow.

     
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    Re: The Patriots no-huddle offense is

    In response to FrnkBnhm's comment:
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    In response to Paul_K's comment:
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    Some day we might call the modern Oregon no-huddle a fad like the wildcat.  Miami invented the modern NFL wildcat and Rex Ryan tried it.  The wildcat can be easily defended once a defense knows that it's coming.

    For now, no defense including Seattle has shown an effective counter to the no-huddle.  the only problem is that an offense running the no-huddle seem to get tired late in the fourth quarter.  In about three years at least ten NFL teams will be experimenting with the Patriots' no-huddle.

    [/QUOTE]

    The no-huddle, hurry up is hardly a new thing. Sam Wyche starting running almost 30 years ago when teams first starting swapping linebackers for nickelbacks and run stopper for pass rush specialists on "passing downs". 

    The NFL changed the subsitutions rules (and added the rule that an "injured" players has to leave the field for a down) to try to control it. It is hardly new or innovative. The Patriots just do it better than anyone else.

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    For most of the game.

     
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