Found October 25, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Carson Palmer has heard the talk that the Oakland Raiders should simply be done with the whole idea of huddling up. Palmer has done some of his best work in a no-huddle offense, including a 26-23 overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fans prefer it in part because they're frustrated with offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, who has retooled the offense that was gaining more yards and scoring more points under the direction of former offensive coordinator and head coach Hue Jackson. But Palmer maintains it's not a realistic scenario. "If that's all you're going to come into the game with, you completely limit yourself, from personnel groups to formations to protections, in the red zone, on third down, (when you're) backed up," Palmer said. "It's not feasible. It's a good change-up. It gets us out of a rut every once in awhile ... it's not something you can run all the time." As for the contention that Palmer running the...
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