Giants | Hurry-up offense not a mainstay approach
Vinny DiTrani, of the Bergen Record, reports the New York Giants have been quite effective running the hurry-up offense in recent weeks, but they are not about to change their philosophical approach on offense three weeks into the season. "It's been good for us and as a result of that, you enjoy it and the results it has produced," said quarterbacks coach Kevin Gilbride. "But as a team we have tried to build ourselves a little bit differently, with hard-core runs and play-action passes off that, and having the no-huddle as another weapon, another approach. But I don't think any of us have conceived this would be the main approach, the only approach that we would take. We hope we can continue to be as good in it as we've been, but we hope to get the other part going, too."
2006-10-01 06:16:48 | Source:
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