I have always been a fan of the no huddle offense. I think it’s something you can do periodically (not all the time). I could see using it a few times per game. If nothing else, it can really disrupt substitutions and any rhythm a defense has. And if the offense happens to be in rhythm, it can be a great way to keep the rhythm going. (The analogy for me, as always is to golf – I think about how much better I golf when nobody is on the course and I can just fly from hole to hole – don’t even have time for distraction).