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Ben Roethlisberger says Steelers will run more no-huddle this year

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The no-huddle offense will be commonplace in Pittsburgh this year.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said at Organized Team Activities that going no-huddle will be the norm this year, and the Steelers wont just be running it when the game situations dictate it.

“I don’t want to call it our base offense, but I think you’ll see more of it, so it was more important for us to get it in early and often,” Roethlisberger said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

New Steelers receiver Lance Moore, in his first year in Pittsburgh after eight in New Orleans, was surprised at how quickly the no-huddle has been installed.

“If you would’ve told me a month ago that we would be doing no-huddle on the fourth and fifth OTA, I would’ve said you are crazy,” Moore said.

But it’s not crazy. It’s just a part of the Steelers’ new offensive identity.

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74 Responses to “Ben Roethlisberger says Steelers will run more no-huddle this year”
  1. getyourownname says: Jun 8, 2014 9:15 AM

    Not surprising. Huddles are not needed when the play is for the QB to run around in the pocket and heave the ball downfield.

  2. daburgher says: Jun 8, 2014 9:16 AM

    That offense is scary when Ben is calling the shots. Haters can reference the second half of the season stats last season for verification.

  3. briscocountyjr says: Jun 8, 2014 9:19 AM

    The only issue is getting Ben to get on the treadmill to shed a few dozen pounds, otherwise they would have installed it last season.

  4. bassplucker says: Jun 8, 2014 9:22 AM

    Ben had better be in shape if they’re gonna do that. Oh wait, nevermind.

  5. 700levelvet says: Jun 8, 2014 9:23 AM

    This will also help keeping the head coach on the sidelines and off the field of play…

  6. crownofthehelmet says: Jun 8, 2014 9:24 AM

    19-0

  7. deerhuntinfool71 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:27 AM

    Not suprising this is when ben does his best. And his o-line blows. It just to help keep him from getting to much pressure. And that is what i hope the browns can do to them this year!

  8. Smash-Mouth.com says: Jun 8, 2014 9:27 AM

    I’m glad to hear this. I’ve always felt that offense was far more potent in the no-huddle and it got to be frustrating when they weren’t using it more last season.

    It’s no secret that Roethlisberger has been pushing for more of this, as well.

  9. vols84 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:27 AM

    Todd Haley is the gift that keeps on giving.

    Sincerely,

    Chiefs fans

  10. twpguy1964 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:28 AM

    Should have been run for YEARS now. Ben is getting older, he needs to get in better shape. Put Bell and Blount in the backfield, then change it up with Archer

  11. sewalters79 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:30 AM

    Big Ben is way too slow to run the No Huddle

  12. pennyankee35 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:30 AM

    They better hope that Ben can stay healthy, because unless they have one under wraps, there is no quality back up. For 10 years now they seem to have forgotten to pick up a good young QB during the draft. Our Steelers could be in trouble again this year because of injuries.

  13. ravanator says: Jun 8, 2014 9:30 AM

    History proves that Roethlisberger can not run the no huddle offense, he is terrible. He needs to study film of Superbowl MVP Joe Flacco running the no huddle, maybe he can learn something. Cheers!

    #joemontanaflacco
    #ravensownthesteelers

  14. dfwhawkguy says: Jun 8, 2014 9:37 AM

    Will it really matter? 6-10 on the way…

  15. tictoccpthook says: Jun 8, 2014 9:40 AM

    With Bell, Blount, Archer, and an offensive line coming into its prime the Steelers are poised to have a strong running game this season. As good as the shotgun is for some aspects, it may not be the best smash mouth strategy. Hopefully we will see a mix of shotgun and smash mouth.

  16. longsufferingkcfan says: Jun 8, 2014 9:42 AM

    Did someone explain to him what the “no” in “no huddle” means?

  17. Canton Bulldogs says: Jun 8, 2014 9:46 AM

    I guess the theory is three and outs using the no huddle puts the defense on the field faster increasing the chance of winning.

  18. wryly1 says: Jun 8, 2014 9:52 AM

    No huddle offense is a double-edged sword. Sure, you can limit defensive substitutions – and time to set, read or adjust – but you also run your own OL ragged – which can lead to breakdowns. Cuts both ways

  19. daburgher says: Jun 8, 2014 10:07 AM

    to all of the insightful people who think he cannot run the no huddle, you would be surprised to hear, that not only can he run it, he RAN it with great success for the last 8 games last season. seriously, why make comments when you really have no clue whatsoever?

  20. pittspuke7 says: Jun 8, 2014 10:08 AM

    Since being tebowed out of the playoffs years ago the steelers have o playoff wins and o winning seasons. The coach has turned into their best special teams player and the defense has more holes than Swiss cheese. Maybe they should sign Bill Leavy and his crew to the roster then they can make a playoff run

  21. pats4win says: Jun 8, 2014 10:25 AM

    wiat wait wait…. no huddle … I’m pretty sure he means the steelers wont use huddles this year because the defense wont be able to get off the field.

  22. cannonballdookie says: Jun 8, 2014 10:27 AM

    All the yinzers want to bash Haley but he knows what he’s doing. Last year, once Bell got healthy, they found a great balance on offense and Ben put up his best numbers. I expect more of the same this year, just hoping the D can hold up.

  23. dickshotdogs says: Jun 8, 2014 10:33 AM

    The Patriot influence is alive and well. No huddle, two TE sets (one “move) TE) etc. However, no one does it better than NE. Of course one TE has “moved” to C Block. Oh, and how ’bout this talk of Brady not being a top five QB. I could intelligently make the case that last year was the best year of his career. And for the record, I think The Steelers will win the AFC North next year.

    Patriots fan

  24. tedmurph says: Jun 8, 2014 10:37 AM

    Can’t wait to see Captain Conditioning huffin’ and puffin’ his way to the line of scrimmage. They’ll be outta time outs before the end of the 1rst Qtr.

  25. qdog112 says: Jun 8, 2014 10:40 AM

    Unfortunately, this storied franchise is on the decline and lack of impact player moved, have made that clear.

    The team is built for 1980 supremacy and not 2015, no huddle speed. Coach Tomlin is great, but even he cannot be asked to do miracles. The face of the franchise has been a disappointment, starting with his off the field “mishaps”.

    Ben plays QB like he lives his life – recklessly. Even with SB appearances, one is left with the feeling that Ben could have been so much more, had he been more dedicated and disciplined in his approach to the game.

    Now, the team is “eroding” with player moves and age, as Ben ages. Polamalu is a personification of the Steelers. They are yesterday. They need a major makeover and no-huddle can’t fix that.

  26. kremis says: Jun 8, 2014 10:46 AM

    Since being Tebowed out of the playoffs they have 0 playoff appearances and 0 winning records. Haha

  27. jtbsteeler says: Jun 8, 2014 10:46 AM

    The hate equals fear. I love it. Seven weeks until training camp. Sharpen up your excuses and alibi’s. We are going to win this division.

    Did I mention Jumpball 50/50 Joe…?

  28. citizenstrange says: Jun 8, 2014 10:47 AM

    But last year head coach Honest Mike “Twelfth Man” Tomlin said he wanted to save the no-huddle for the Super Bowl.

  29. holeinone09 says: Jun 8, 2014 10:53 AM

    Some comments from the haters are pretty funny. It seems most of the folks have never really spent much time actually watching the Steelers games, or they would not have made the comments they did. The record shows the Steelers have generally done very well indeed when they ran the no-huddle, particularly in the last half of the season last year. Ben prefers it and excels at it. With a young OL that has more time playing together and hopefully won’t be riddled with injuries, 2 solid RBs, a world class tight end not having to come off a bad injury, and a young and fast set of WRs including one of the league’s best, Ben and the Steelers have the opportunity to put a ton of points on the board this year. We’ll just have to wait and see if that happens. You can have your opinions; mine is that this year the Steelers’ offense will shine and lead them to the playoffs and quite possibly the Super Bowl. It is the defense that is the bigger question mark, and hopefully the young players will learn quickly.

  30. citizenstrange says: Jun 8, 2014 11:14 AM

    In his last game of the season, game 16, a home game against the Browns …..

    Roethlisberger was 19 of 31 for 179 yards with two interceptions and a fumble. His 20 points of offense stood up for a win only because the Steeler defense held the Browns to 7.

    So I don’t exactly think the arrow is pointing up.

    Just keeping it real.

  31. rockon1970 says: Jun 8, 2014 11:18 AM

    You don’t have to be a dam fitness guru to run the no huddle. You can run the no huddle and still use the entire play clock ! And for the clown bringing up (average Joe) Flacco the most overpaid player in the league by far. He couldn’t hold Ben’s jock strap and will never see another super bowl in his career.

  32. magicmtndan says: Jun 8, 2014 11:36 AM

    So many haters have so much time on their hands to be keyboard warriors.

    You guys should spend time looking at your own teams’ weaknesses; you’ll be depressed at what you see.

  33. bobzilla1001 says: Jun 8, 2014 11:52 AM

    A no-huddle offense is certainly better than a no-offense huddle, which is what the Steelers have had since 2008.
    And if the defense is a bigger issue than the offense, how come the defense ranked higher last season than the offense? The Steelers’ scoring defense ranked 14th, while the scoring offense ranked 16th.
    The best way to keep a younger and more inexperienced defense off the field is with a ball control, clock-killing offense, a la Bell and Blount. This talk about a “no huddle” offense is great when playing “catch up,” but it makes zero sense as semi-base offense.
    I know. Keeping it real is disallowed on a Steelers thread.

  34. coachbeck says: Jun 8, 2014 11:54 AM

    So they draft a big back to eat up clock. So what does Tomlin do ….. Go no huddle and hurry it up lol. Love the way you muppets build your team.

  35. bornahawker says: Jun 8, 2014 11:54 AM

    The smash mouth Steelers are officially college soft. Next they will trade with my team for Terrelle Pryor giving us a first round pick so they can emulate Kap and the Niners. Anything is better than the scrub team u have now. Pittsburgh Sucks!
    Go Hawks!

  36. bensstinkyfingers says: Jun 8, 2014 11:58 AM

    It’s pretty obvious to everyone, outside of disillusioned steelers fans, that the steelers are grasping at straws to figure out a way to piece together a potent offense with the limited talent they have on the roster. They will have a tough time running no huddle with Ben getting long in the tooth, and consistently out of shape. Possibly, after 2 or 3 more consecutive seasons of the Steelers not making the playoffs, a lightbulb will go off, and they will blow the team up firing Haley, Tomlin, and finally replacing Ben with a Qb of the future. Until then, it will be fun to watch them be armpit cellar dwellars of the AFC North.

  37. 3yardsndust says: Jun 8, 2014 12:02 PM

    Ben could stand to eat a few less pierogies at halftime and maybe go jogging once in a while. Otherwise the Steelers offense looks to be much improved this year (until Haley calls b.s. plays of course).

  38. TheWizard says: Jun 8, 2014 12:36 PM

    This stuff always amazes me.

    Can you imagine Brady saying, “Here’s what Belichick has us running in practice, you can expect to see a lot of it this year…..”

  39. tictoccpthook says: Jun 8, 2014 1:06 PM

    Lots of pent up anger towards the Steelers up above. Must be fear behind that. It’s going to be a fun year for Steelers Nation. Passing game and running game best in years, and a fast, young defense. Need to make room in the trophy case for a 7th Lombardi.

  40. ampatsisahypocrite says: Jun 8, 2014 1:39 PM

    Some will (wrongly) say you must judge a season by 16 games, but that is obviously not true here.

    It’s important to note that week 8 marked the beginning of the no-huddle used primarily by the Steelers offense. That completely changed the offense. From that point on, the Steelers owned the best record in football, averaging a full 4 TDs a game. During that period Roethlisberger had games featuring 119, 114 and 102 passer ratings. I doubt any other QB was as hot during that time.

    That’s 28 points per game, not the 13 some blind fans claim he puts up all the time. And it sure wasn’t due to the run game, which chipped in a mediocre 3.5 yards a carry.

    Use of the no-huddle is important because it shifts the control of the offense from Haley to Ben. That was the single most important development in the Steelers season last year, and why they went from 2-6 to the mirror image 6-2. That’s obviously no accident. And it shows that Ben carries the team. And that the defense only had to be mediocre during that last stretch, with that kind of offensive-point-production support.

  41. dontstabmeray says: Jun 8, 2014 1:50 PM

    Steelers haven’t had a losing season since 2002. That means unless you’re at Pats fan, all your teams wish to be the Steelers. But at least Baltimore has the towers.

  42. bobzilla1001 says: Jun 8, 2014 2:22 PM

    Against the Dolphins, the Steelers’ offense scored 21 points. Against the Browns, it scored 20 points. Against the Bengals, it scored 23 points. Against the Ravens, it scored 20 points. Against the Browns (in Cleveland), it scored 20 points. And against the Bills, the Steelers’ offense scored 23 points.
    Sorry, but I’m not seeing a 28-point per game average in that cluster.
    The Steelers’ O had two great games down the stretch: 37 points against the Lions and 38 points against the Packers. Both games were against dreadful defenses. In the other games, the offense was aided by TDs from either special teams or the defense…

  43. clashpoint says: Jun 8, 2014 2:39 PM

    Ben’s stats for the first 9 games last year:
    32 times sacked
    13 touchdowns running and passing
    14 fumbles lost and interceptions

    Then Haley gave Ben more power to call plays at the line of scrimmage, and the Steelers started running much more no huddle:

    Stats for the last 7 games:
    7 times sacked
    16 touchdowns running and passing
    5 fumbles lost and interceptions

    Ben hasn’t had a good offensive line in a long time, but this line showed a lot of improvement over the course of last year. Mike Munchak will make every player on that line better. The Steelers might actually have a decent ground game this year, which will make a big difference. I think the offense as a whole will be a lot better this year, and I don’t care what any bunch of trolls have to say about it.

  44. bobzilla1001 says: Jun 8, 2014 3:32 PM

    You people spending the past 10 years blaming the O-line is … old. There are very few good O-lines in the NFL. They are hard to come by.
    Secondly, Roethlisberger has always had a 5 or 6-game “run” in which he’s played well. Roethlisberger does not, never has, had great seasons. He’s had great moments. Even some great stretches. But he has never had what you would call a “great season.”
    Here’s the problem: You worshipers prefer to point out his great moments, or great stretches, but refuse to acknowledge his mediocre SEASONS.
    Sorry, boys and girls, but averaging 21, 22 TD passes per season is not, or shouldn’t be, acceptable from a $100 million QB.
    Every season you jabronies predict great things from a QB who hasn’t been “great” since a three-game postseason run 9 years ago.

  45. steelcurtainn says: Jun 8, 2014 3:55 PM

    No Huddle means more 0f Big Ben torturing the ratbirds bungles and stains defenses. The steelers averaged 28 points down the stretch. I see that trend continuing.

  46. aceakking says: Jun 8, 2014 4:05 PM

    Ben didn’t win SB4o. Bill Leavy did.

  47. Wineshard says: Jun 8, 2014 4:12 PM

    I don’t care if it is no huddle or conventional. I want to see a running game and play action. That is how Ben got his “perfect games” – 25 +/- attempts with chunks of yards.

  48. bobzilla1001 says: Jun 8, 2014 4:16 PM

    You blind?
    They did not — repeat — did not average 28 points down the stretch. Do you own a calculator?

  49. higheriqthanyou says: Jun 8, 2014 4:58 PM

    Steelers have lost their way.

    Winning is still based on ball control offense (IE – running the ball) and a good defense.

    No huddle is just another gimmick that ultimately kills your own defense.

  50. clashpoint says: Jun 8, 2014 4:59 PM

    You people who spend every year blaming the quarterback for every problem a team has on offense are just …old. The qb in every offense gets too much credit when the team wins and too much credit when the team loses.

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: If your team has a good qb and receivers, you might be able to throw the ball. If your team has a good stable of running backs, you might be able to run the ball. But if your team has a bad offensive line, you won’t be doing either.

    I expect improvement from the Steelers offensive line this year, and as a result, I expect improvement in both their running game and their passing game.

  51. bobzilla1001 says: Jun 8, 2014 5:12 PM

    Sorry, clash.
    Forgive me for not feeling bad about giving some blame to a guy who’s paid $18 million per season while quarterbacking a scoring offense that traditionally ranks in the bottom third of the league. It’s been that way since 2008.
    Sorry, but I expect more from the highest paid player on the team, especially since he’s the guy you all credit for each and every win.

  52. clashpoint says: Jun 8, 2014 5:19 PM

    Steelers according for the last 8 games, for the record:

    Buffalo 23
    Detroit 37
    Cleveland 27
    Baltimore 20
    Miami 28
    Cincinnati 30
    Green Bay 38
    Cleveland 20

    233 total points / 8 games = 27.875 points per game

    …so yes, for whatever it’s worth, the Steelers did average almost 28 points per game down the stretch last year. Their offensive upswing exactly coincided with Ben getting more no huddle and improvement from the offense line. Whether anyone likes it or not.

  53. clashpoint says: Jun 8, 2014 5:27 PM

    Sorry Bob, but I don’t blame every problem the Steelers offense has on their qb. Nor do I give him all the credit when they win, so please keep that straw man.

    Everyone who is a true fan of football itself knows that most games are won or lost in the trenches. The Steelers have been poor on the offensive line for a while now and this has been reflected in their offense as a whole. I think most football purists know what Mike Munchak can bring to an offensive line, and I think it’s logical to expect improvement from the Steelers offensive line – and their offense as a whole – for next year. That’s my story, I think I’m right, and I’m sticking to it.

  54. clashpoint says: Jun 8, 2014 5:38 PM

    Ugh I messed up my own math due to stupid typing on my cell phone’s teeny little keypad. It’s 223 total points for the Steelers over the last 8 games. While those teams might not all be so great, many of the defenses were pretty good. The Browns overall might stink, but their d wasn’t bad at all last year. The same for Buffalo and Miami. Cincinnati was pretty good and the Steelers got 30 on them. Ben played better over the last 8 games, the running game got better, and not coincidentally, the line improved drastically. As a Steelers fan, I cheer for them every time, and I think the evidence and logic say they’ll be better this year than they were last year.

  55. slick50ks says: Jun 8, 2014 5:47 PM

    Ben needs to just ignore Todd Haley and go out there and wins games like he has his entire career.

    Haley is a proven loser that only got a job because of his daddy.

  56. Nofoolnodrool says: Jun 8, 2014 5:53 PM

    You blind?
    They did not — repeat — did not average 28 points down the stretch. Do you own a calculator?

    He maybe blind , but he is not anal. You constant rants about Ben are very old and worn. You forget it takes a team to win and a team to lose….think about it? It’s a team game meathead.

    By the way 27.8 is awfully close to 28, I know not for an anally uptight Ben hater, but it’s close.

    Last point go Ben with the no huddle!

  57. tedmurph says: Jun 8, 2014 5:53 PM

    clash is arguing pts/gm and bob is arguing offensive pts/gm after backing out 3 TDs scored on STs and Def. So, the offense scored almost 27/gm, which is still top 8 production. If you throw in the NE blowout, the offense ave 27 pts over the last 9 gms.

  58. baileytheskydiver says: Jun 8, 2014 6:24 PM

    well I guess most of these people didn’t see what the Steelers did with the no huddle last year. looked pretty damn good to me. best QB in the AFC north and you all know it. Dalton can’t win when it matters, flacco is trash avg at best, and we all know how quarterbacks work out for Cleveland.

  59. trubblman says: Jun 8, 2014 9:05 PM

    The strength of the no huddle is that teams were able to catch defenses unawares. Most teams now run no huddle now. Most defenses practice against a no huddle. Unless your QB is Peyton Brady Brees Rodgers, running no huddle means that there will be a lot of three and outs.

  60. crownofthehelmet says: Jun 8, 2014 9:15 PM

    Here’s a fact that cannot be disputed: since he entered the league, no QB has had more success.

  61. steelcurtainn says: Jun 8, 2014 9:48 PM

    bobzilla.Your post are becoming quite tiresome as yesterdays newspaper. I am not blind nor do I need a calculator. Just counting the last eight games the steelers did indeed average 28 points a game. You sir, may need to work on your math skills again. I REPEAT they did average 28 points down the stretch.

  62. bjsdad says: Jun 8, 2014 10:04 PM

    Snow White heard an explosion coming from the mine where the dwarfs were working. She ran to the mine quickly and yelled into the shaft, is everyone okay. No replies, so she yelled again. Then she heard a voice saying the steelers are going to win the Superbowl this year. Thank God Snow White said, at least Goofy is still alive.

  63. bryan43016 says: Jun 8, 2014 10:10 PM

    Would that be the $20 million dollar disappointment Joe Flacco?

  64. ampatsisahypocrite says: Jun 8, 2014 10:51 PM

    Steelers according for the last 8 games, for the record:

    Buffalo 23
    Detroit 37
    Cleveland 27
    Baltimore 20
    Miami 28
    Cincinnati 30
    Green Bay 38
    Cleveland 20

    233 total points / 8 games = 27.875 points per game
    ———————————————-

    Did you get that, Bobzilla baby? So much for your cute jokes about no-offense huddles.

    Funny thing is, I’ve read posts of yours where you practically bow down and worship certain other teams for putting up that kind of point production. Funny how you won’t do it for your own though. Gee I wonder why.

  65. tedmurph says: Jun 8, 2014 11:07 PM

    I dispute it, since BR entered the league Brady has had more success in every measurable way.

  66. drewzducks says: Jun 9, 2014 2:24 AM

    Of course they’re gonna be running more no huddle. Everyone knows you have to run a lot of no huddle when you’re trailing late in the game each week.

  67. krispyone says: Jun 9, 2014 8:15 AM

    I think its funny how Bobzilla hasnt posted on here after it was proven that they averaged 28 points a game in the last 8 games of the season, after he was so adamant that they hadnt. Guess he doesnt like to admit when he is wrong, you think he would be use to it by now given the frequency that it happens!!

  68. Nofoolnodrool says: Jun 9, 2014 9:48 AM

    Bobzilla likes to spout “facts” thinking no one will challenge them and hides when he is caught. Fear not he will reappear on the next Ben threat to spread his cheer. Have pity …he needs help.

  69. rockon1970 says: Jun 9, 2014 10:16 AM

    And for the morons who keep posting about the Steelers going three and out running the no huddle. And the morons that think no huddle means hurry up offense or two minute offense. The Steelers won the time of possession battle in 7 of the last 8 games when they were running the no huddle. And the only game they lost the T.O.P. battle was against the Packers a game that they won. And the running game made a big improvement during those last 8 games running the no huddle !

  70. holeinone09 says: Jun 9, 2014 10:25 AM

    Nofoolnodrool says:
    Jun 8, 2014 5:53 PM

    He maybe blind , but he is not anal. You constant rants about Ben are very old and worn. You forget it takes a team to win and a team to lose….think about it? It’s a team game meathead.
    # # #

    steelcurtainn says:
    Jun 8, 2014 9:48 PM

    bobzilla.Your post are becoming quite tiresome as yesterdays newspaper.
    # # #

    ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Jun 8, 2014 10:51 PM

    Did you get that, Bobzilla baby? So much for your cute jokes about no-offense huddles.

    Funny thing is, I’ve read posts of yours where you practically bow down and worship certain other teams for putting up that kind of point production. Funny how you won’t do it for your own though. Gee I wonder why.
    # # #

    krispyone says:
    Jun 9, 2014 8:15 AM

    I think its funny how Bobzilla hasnt posted on here after it was proven that they averaged 28 points a game in the last 8 games of the season, after he was so adamant that they hadnt. Guess he doesnt like to admit when he is wrong, you think he would be use to it by now given the frequency that it happens!!
    # # #

    Nofoolnodrool says:
    Jun 9, 2014 9:48 AM

    Bobzilla likes to spout “facts” thinking no one will challenge them and hides when he is caught. Fear not he will reappear on the next Ben threat to spread his cheer. Have pity …he needs help.

    *************************

    Thanks to all those fans for “keeping it real”. The fans have spoken, and they are CORRECT! His posts are like the instructions on a bottle of shampoo, “wash, rinse, repeat”. He forgets football is a team game. He also neglects the game winning drive in SB XLIII, when Ben threw TWO TD passes at the end but Holmes dropped the first one. Then Holmes gets the MVP when Ben clearly deserved it.

  71. Bull Rush says: Jun 9, 2014 10:54 AM

    These comments are funny. Ya’ll want to say its a team game, it is not one player, then out of the other side of the mouth give Ben the credit for scoring 28 points in eight games, throwing TDs in Super Bowls, not getting MVPs, etc. etc.

    Not every team is capable but I guarantee every team capable is running more no huddle. Read an article where Rivers said almost exactly the same thing about San Diego.

  72. stillers213 says: Jun 9, 2014 11:18 AM

    Seems many here do not know the difference between the no-huddle and the 2 minute drill.

  73. kevo95 says: Jun 9, 2014 11:48 AM

    Goin for # 7 all u Steeler haters sit back relax and enjoy the show LOL

  74. southcarolinamike says: Jun 9, 2014 5:03 PM

    No huddle offense does not mean hurry-up offense. Ben is in his 30s now. If he can’t be trusted to understand defenses and change plays at this point in his career, there is something wrong. I like Ben, but if this is what he really wants, he needs to prove he can handle a full season of making decisions at the line and not turning the ball over.

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