Steelers and the no-huddle offense

“I love it, and so do the wide receivers. I like the change of pace. I like the up-tempo, and it’s hard for the defense to substitute.” — Ben, on using the no-huddle.



From Mark Kaboly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

After a significant decrease in employing the no-huddle offense last year, the Steelers may dust it off against Atlanta on Saturday – to the delight of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Roethlisberger said he would like to see the offense pick up where it left off in last week’s 24-14 victory over the Eagles, with the added wrinkle of the no-huddle.

“We want to establish ourselves and what we want to do,” Roethlisberger said. “We may go some no-huddle, and if we do that then I would like to execute that well.”

You can read more here.

You can read an article entitled, “Falcons, Steelers ready for pre-season test” by the AP here.



Quote of the Day:

“Ben is in such a cool spot right now. He just seems right.” — Willie Colon, from an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette‘s Ron Cook.


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