In the past, Carson has definitely used no-huddle plays, and that extra audible time, to pick apart defenses. Last year inside the two-minute warning he was still doing it, even with the recent rule changes (which let the defense switch players, or get set, or something before the center could snap it).
Now that we have a legitimate run game again, and some shiny new toys receiving the ball, will they run the hurry-up more often?
Ball-control and defense was the name of the game last year, so if it ain't broke... But going straight to the line once every other drive would give Carson more opportunities to make some great plays, I bet.
How 'bout some Palmer's Choice, circa 2005.