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Can No-Huddle Provide Spark When Games Count?

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The Packers' no-huddle attack sure has been a much-needed kick in the pants to a lethargic No. 1 offense during the preseason. But will it work against better, more-seasoned defenses? Aaron Rodgers and Charlie Peprah provide perspective on both sides of the ball.

The Green Bay Packers' no-huddle attack looks like a new wrinkle, a new weapon in the Super Bowl champions' ample arsenal. It's not. The Packers have dabbled with the no-huddle during practices for the last few years, but the up-tempo approach generally has remained there other than in hurry-up situations. Perhaps this year will be different. The Packers have gone without a huddle against...

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