Use of the no huddle in the NFL up 56% from last season
- by Doug Samuels 1 year ago
Last night, the Wall Street Journal released an interesting look at how the use of the no huddle in the National Football League is impacting television.
While the article emphasized how producers and commentators are scrambling to keep up, we noticed an few statistics worth noting.
Last week, in the opening week of NFL action, 14% of all NFL plays were run without a huddle. That's an increase of over 56% from last season, and 100% from five seasons ago.
The game continues to change and evolve.
Because of the increase in tempo, plenty of adjustments had to be made from everyone from the booth to the production team. Take a look at the full article to get the entire perspective.