Originally Posted by wootawnee
The longer Ben takes to snap the ball is shortening the game. Where a drive hurried could take 6 minutes, a relaxed no huddle could take 8-10. If our scoring drive average goes up, this could be useful. But if not, it just gives our D less time to re-coup, while giving the ball back to the opponents O more times.
True. But at the same time, when you snap the ball under 5 second almost every dam time the defense can rest/wait and watch the clock. Notice Ben rarely draw opposing defenses off side like Manning or Brady. Cuz the defense know what we all know. He almost never snaps the ball until under 5 seconds. Pretty obvious.