Big Ben pushing for no-huddle offense
From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:
One thing that stood out to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as he watched film of the Denver Broncos' 30-7 loss to the Ravens last Sunday could impact how the Steelers try to attack the No. 1 defense in the NFL.
"It seemed like in the second half, (the Ravens) did a lot of no-huddle," Roethlisberger said Thursday. "They kind of just picked up tempo and had a couple of plays that got things going."
So does that mean Roethlisberger, who excels in a no-huddle attack, has been lobbying Bruce Arians to employ the change-of-pace offense more against the Broncos?
"He lobbies every week," Arians said.
"It's something that Ben likes to do," wide receiver Hines Ward said. "We've got a great feel for it, and we've had some success running the no-huddle."