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    shout out to mbeaulieu, our college football guru

    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     
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    The new NFL is a great slogan; fast, uptempo offense with mobile QB's will keep a defense off balance when you've got the personnel to run it; if not, 3 and out and your D is back out there. It is a trend and I expect it to continue until D co-ordinators step up to stop it or the competition committee legislates to slow it down. 

     
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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.




    works well in college-in pros every player is good enough to be here physically and mentally and d coordinators figure things out and have the talent to implement it

    once teams have film against pros and teams in division see them 2nd time around it will start being figured out and defended against and i figure by last 4-5 games eagles have abandoned 50% of it and are running much more standard offense even using huddles

    every "wave of the future" usually runs it's course in 2-3 seasons

    plus remember michael vick is one big hit from the injury list and the bac ups can't run this o like he does

     
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    It will be here to stay. The team would have to be constructed for it. That said, it is much easier now to construct a team for up-tempo than a decade or so ago.

    1) A lot more QBs coming out college with a combination of great mobility and very good throwing abilities. You can actually have 2-3 QBs with that ability, so there will be continuity even if the starter gets hurt.

    2) The big guys up front have gotten much more athletic, fast and more importantly, well-conditioned

    3) A lot more kids are mentally prepared for it.

    4) It actually makes construction of defensive roster more challenging. Teams' defenses are put in a dilemma - smaller faster D versus more robust albeit slower D

     
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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     
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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     

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    True about the Pats running more plays last Sunday.  But you have to remember the Eagles were up pretty early so they slowed it down.  I think I heard after the 1st 2 qtrs the Eagles were on pace for 120 plays that game.  It will be interesting to watch during the season.

     
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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     

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    NE's quick play-calling was adapted, partially, from Chip Kelly. A couple years ago, before the Pats started this plan, BB actually went to visit Chip Kelly in Oregon to see the basics. 

    The Eagles will catch on ... Kelly will be sure of it. 

    That said, anyone familiar with the differences between NFL and NCAA rules would know that no NFL offense will be able to run as many plays as Kelly's Oregon teams had. Substitution rules are different, ref placement rules are different, and the refs just won't allow it to happen.

     

     
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    Once Vick gets hurt, the less experienced Eagles QB's won't be able to sustain the pace, imo.

     

     

    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     

     



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     

     

     

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    NE's quick play-calling was adapted, partially, from Chip Kelly. A couple years ago, before the Pats started this plan, BB actually went to visit Chip Kelly in Oregon to see the basics. 

     

    The Eagles will catch on ... Kelly will be sure of it. 

    That said, anyone familiar with the differences between NFL and NCAA rules would know that no NFL offense will be able to run as many plays as Kelly's Oregon teams had. Substitution rules are different, ref placement rules are different, and the refs just won't allow it to happen.

     

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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     

     



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     

     

     

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    NE's quick play-calling was adapted, partially, from Chip Kelly. A couple years ago, before the Pats started this plan, BB actually went to visit Chip Kelly in Oregon to see the basics. 

     

    The Eagles will catch on ... Kelly will be sure of it. 

    That said, anyone familiar with the differences between NFL and NCAA rules would know that no NFL offense will be able to run as many plays as Kelly's Oregon teams had. Substitution rules are different, ref placement rules are different, and the refs just won't allow it to happen.

     

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    True.

    "the refs won't allow it to happen?"...you mean up tempo? 

    Is up tempo a good or bad thing for the nfl? It seems it could be good. More exciting to watch, possibly more points scored, and when /if not scored, more breaks for paid commercial time. Lol...

     
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    Thank you all for your input. it will be interesting to see what happens.

    I should have shouted our to all the gurus.

     
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    Can't wait to see Nick Foles try and run that offense.

     
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    wondering how you feel about Kelly' s offense?  it looked good and entertaining, but can they sustain it for 16 games. Kelly said today-- "they weren't fast enough"  is this what the new NFL is all about?

    thanks for your thoughts.

     

     

     



    Have you been watching the Patriots for the last two years? The Pats ran more plays on Sunday than the Eagles did (89-77). Dont always buy all the media hype.

     

     

     

     

     

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    NE's quick play-calling was adapted, partially, from Chip Kelly. A couple years ago, before the Pats started this plan, BB actually went to visit Chip Kelly in Oregon to see the basics. 

     

     

    The Eagles will catch on ... Kelly will be sure of it. 

    That said, anyone familiar with the differences between NFL and NCAA rules would know that no NFL offense will be able to run as many plays as Kelly's Oregon teams had. Substitution rules are different, ref placement rules are different, and the refs just won't allow it to happen.

     

     

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    True.

     

    "the refs won't allow it to happen?"...you mean up tempo? 

    Is up tempo a good or bad thing for the nfl? It seems it could be good. More exciting to watch, possibly more points scored, and when /if not scored, more breaks for paid commercial time. Lol...

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    Very good point. We should not be surprised if rules and/or implementation of rules are tweaked to allow teams to execute 100+ plays a game.

    Eventually the constraint will be having only 53 men on the roster.

    Up tempo will not go away. Tempo and speed is a way to even the field versus teams with more of the real football talent.

     

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