The Chiefs employed a no huddle offense on about half of their possessions in their Week 1 loss to Atlanta and had some success posting a pair of touchdown drives and a field goal. But as Chan Gailey explains it’s not a lightning-paced no huddle by any means.
“The thing about it is, it is no huddle, but it’s not a hurry up,” Gailey said in his weekly interview with Buffalobills.com.
Gailey said since the Chiefs don’t really pick up the tempo all that much from a huddling offense, they’re not overly concerned about getting their desired personnel groupings on the field before the next snap.
“They go to the line, they get their substitutions on the field and the good thing about the rules now is if they substitute they have to give the defense the right to match substitutions,” said Gailey. ”I think we’ll be ok there. They’re just trying to get a better look at the defense for Cassel so he can call a play appropriately.”
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