I don' t think that's going to happen. At least, let's say, I don't think it should happen. The no-huddle adds another dimension to football. It's up to defenses to adjust. That's just my opinion. A lot of no-huddle offensive coaches (Auburn's Gus Malzahn comes to mind) would prefer to see rule changes to prevent defensive players from "faking" injuries. I don't think that'll happen either. To me, it's an interesting tug-of-war.
Seems like a good place to end today's chat. Thanks to all who participated. I enjoyed the conversation. See you at halftime of Saturday's game for another live chat, as well as next Thursday. Until then, take care.