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Just one word triggers the Patriots' potent no-huddle offense
Boston Globe - Boston, Mass.
Subjects: Sports training; Professional football -- New England Patriots
Author: Bedard, Greg A
Date: Oct 9, 2012
Start Page: C.1
Section: Sports
Abstract (Document Summary)

Patriots coach Bill Belichick's eyes were opened his very first year in the NFL - 1975 with Ted Marchibroda's Colts as a special assistant/errand boy -- when he saw firsthand how a coaching staff named certain concepts. Most NFL offenses fall into two philosophies for play calls: a numbers system for the routes, or the West Coast offense and its extended verbiage.

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