Wilson has actually played much better in the two minute drill than at any other time during the game. Going no huddle takes away Pete's ability to keep training wheels on the rookie. He'll make mistakes, for sure, but it plays to his strengths as well. When you consider that with our Defense, most picks result in 3 points, not 6, if he gains a TD for every two picks it's a winning proposition. Since I seriously doubt his TD to INT ratio would climb that fast just because we went to a no huddle, and in fact, he plays better in the 2 minute drill than at any other time, I believe the risk to reward factor makes it a very intriguing idea.
But the fact that it takes Petes ability to keep training wheels on Wilson makes me believe that they'll never do it.
Richard Sherman doesn't just wanna get in your head, he wants to build a vacation home there.
R. Sherman: "I don't want to be an island. I want to be a tourist attraction. You come, I take your money & you go."