One of my favorite websites Business Insider published a story on how the NFL is changing and supposedly moving towards the up-tempo, no-huddle college offense model. While this looks like an astute piece of analysis at first glance, it should be noted some of the college coaches like Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll the BI article praises have had their ups and downs of late. And whoever says no-huddle has taken over the NFL must've missed the sack-fest and sloppy o-line play that characterized September and early October early this season, before o-lines like the Cowboys started to settle down and play better. If you're going to run the college no-huddle up-tempo at the NFL level, you're going to need more than two tight ends like Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez (or Jason Witten and James Hanna) to pull it off. You're going to need some very very very good dancing bears up front. In any case, whoever wrote this article for BI is clearly not a Cowboys fan who's watched defensive lines overwhelm our o-line in two of our five games so far.