If They Gave Me An NFL Team....

Discussion in 'NFL' started by bigunreal, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. bigunreal

    bigunreal Mentor

    Oct 21, 2004
    Other than the obvious-signing and playing the most skilled players at all positions-the first thing I'd do is install the perpetual no-huddle offense.

    We watch game after game where even teams that are bogged down for an entire half, go into the hurry-up, two minute offense and start to move down the field. The question, of course, is why the glorified gym teachers who coach these teams don't utilize a successful offense full-time.

    The biggest advantage to the perpetual no-huddle would be the horrific physical condition of most defenders today. I seriously doubt whether many of them could survive a game like that. They'd be lying on the field, gasping for breath, and of course the defense would be unable to shuttle replacements in. Even if they tried, these obese sumos couldn't waddle on and off fast enough without incurring constant penalties for delay of game and too many men on the field.

    Of course, such a system would require that you have no sumos of your own on offense. But asking why teams don't try this obvious strategy is like asking why they continue to employ the consistently unsuccessful "prevent" defense.
  2. jaxvid

    jaxvid Hall of Famer

    Oct 15, 2004
    That's actually a good idea. Of course there are a lot of out of the box ideas that could work in the NFL. For instance having multiple running QB's in the backfield and using them to roll out and/ or run the ball would probably also be effective. However new ideas, and being different are complete no-nos in the copycat NFL. Nearly every team has to run offenses and defenses that are identical. And it assures that the caste system stays in place.
  3. white defensive back

    white defensive back Banned

    Dec 29, 2011
    bugunreal, you running a football team is like Michael Vick running the ASPCA. Just joking.
  4. Riddlewire

    Riddlewire Master

    Jul 12, 2007

    I understand you made your original post from the perspective of trying to win football games. I find nothing to argue with in your proposition.
    However, I would like to offer a response that assumes a different approach to the thread title.

    NFL teams make money. All of them. The sh!tty Browns just sold for over a billion dollars. It doesn't matter if they stink. Yes, the successful teams make more, but you're not going to "go out of business" if you're the worst team in the NFL.

    I mention this because my goal, if I had control of an NFL team, would be to make it as white as possible. First of all, I would only attempt this in Green Bay (73%white/3%black) or Glendale (76%white/5%black). It would also be critical to have carte blanche from the owner of the team*, meaning, as head coach I would decide the offense/defense and pick the players I want.

    I would install the single-back Ace as my base offense. Why? because I could build a team consisting of five white offensive linemen, two white tight ends, and a white quarterback, and nobody would think this alignment out of place. It doesn't violate the NFL's racial rules for wide receivers and runningbacks, and I still get to put eight white starters out on the field on offense.

    On defense, I would go with a mix of 3-4 and a 2-down version of the "amoeba" defense. The cultural marxists would get their all-black defensive linemen and cornerbacks, but I would have 4 and 5 white linebackers, as well as 1 or 2 white safeties, depending on offensive alignment.

    With these specifications, I could send 15 white starters out on the field on an ideal day.

    *I doubt this scenario would ever occur, because the rest of the jew-controlled NFL would step in and demand the owner make changes.
  5. bigunreal

    bigunreal Mentor

    Oct 21, 2004
    I understand what you're saying, Riddlewire. I'm certain the league would outlaw my nonstop no-huddle offense as well. It would expose, for once and for all, just how out of shape most of these players are.

    That would be embarrassing.
  6. wile

    wile Master

    Sep 29, 2011
    I'll call Peak NFL or DWF. Reading my Packer Report the Pack management in their yearly report to shareholders is saying except for the Pack most teams had lower attendance. Obamanomics paying off finally.

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