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To Huddle or Not To Huddle?

After watching last nights game, I was listening to SIRUS today and they had mentioned an interesting thought, that I would like to share with you all and get your throughts.

Summing it up, the Bills are worse off running the no huddle than they are if they would actually huddle.  Now their logic was that the huddle gives the rookies and Edwards time to call the play, take a minute to get settled, make their reads at the line and adjust accordingly.  While the no huddle prompts them to call the line at the play, gives little time to get settled as they are down and set (the OL) while Edwards makes his reads and audibles (if necessary).

Since after 4 games, the offense seems to have regressed, what's the harm in going into the last game on Thursday and huddle for it?  Couldn't hurt in my opinion.

Thoughts?

Just another great fan opinion shared on the pages of BuffaloRumblings.com.

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