Originally Posted by ObsiWan
Our offense is built to control the clock
so at most we'll have two possessions in the first stanza. The first will eat up 7-8 minutes and the second possession will take nearly as long and leak into the second qtr.
And I don't think we'll start playing fast break (no huddle) football with another game only four days later. Kubiak will likely try to minimize the number of snaps against the Jags by slowing the game down or resting starters in the second half. Neither of those scenarios point to running the no huddle.
That was the reason I gave when GP said he wanted to see the Texans score 21 points on offense 3 or 4 times a year.
But like Thorn said, it might happen once in a blue moon so why not now?