No-Huddle Was The Difference

September 22nd, 2008
Between drops, Michael Clayton also seemed to benefit from the no-huddle offense.

Between drops, Michael Clayton also seemed to benefit from the no-huddle offense.

Rick Brown of the Lakeland Ledger, whom Joe likes so long as he isn’t slurping Son of Bob (and Brown does some slurping in this piece), writes this┬áthat the difference in the game was Chucky going to a no-huddle offense .

Tampa Bay’s offense was not only able to get into a rhythm but the attack seemed to wear down the Bears.

One wonders why Chucky didn’t use this tactic earlier? And since it worked so well Sunday, will Chucky use it more often against the Packers?

One Response to “No-Huddle Was The Difference”

  1. Chris Says:

    The Bears D was worn out and the no huddle rhythm killed them. Why the Bears choose to wear their dark away jerseys is beyond me. I hope we play in white all year!

    I say begin the next game the same way. Whether we like it or not GRIESE kept his composer and played great with 4 mins to go in regulation!

    He’s not John Elway, LOL I could barely type that, but hey he won and proved to stick it out and keep competing. Most QB’s after 3 INTs, 2 of them were horrific, will loose mental composer. Not ole’ Griese!!! Maybe he’s just used to throwing INTs.