"The easiest way to say it is when you're in a no-huddle offense, you're more predictable, especially with your run game and your protections," Dilfer said. "If they know you're going to be in a no huddle, they can limit you to a few different runs and to a few protections. When a defense knows your run game and knows your protections, you're screwed. … You're less multiple with your personnel groupings, less multiple with your formations, shifts, movements. It's very hard to have complex window dressing to create confusion for the defense in a full-time no-huddle offense."