Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly’s quick action, no-huddle offense kept the Washington Redskins off-balance in Philly’s 33-27 victory Monday night. “That was really fun to watch,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
The growing popularity of fast-paced, no-huddle offenses in college and pro football games has apparently led to more faked injuries on defense to slow the action and substitute more players. “It’s something that has to be watched,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
Coach Chip Kelly’s high-speed, no huddle offense is on display at the Philadelphia Eagles mini camp this month.
The NFL is warning teams they’ll face fines, suspensions and loss of draft picks if it’s determined their players are faking injuries to slow down an opponent’s hurry-up offense.