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.