Since the day Kliff Kingsbury was named head coach of the Cardinals, we've wondered what his college offense would look like in the NFL.
Kingsbury has been vague in describing it, which is understandable since it's one of the few advantages the Cardinals will have early this season.
Earlier this week, however, Kingsbury gave us a few ideas of what it won't be.
After practice one day, reporters asked Kingsbury a variety of questions about the offense, including how often he will use four-receiver sets, the shotgun, an up-tempo pace, etc.
At one point, Kingsbury smiled and said there were several misconceptions about his offensive system.
"It's not like we're going super fast every play. I think there is a little bit of a misnomer there," he said.
What other misconceptions are there?
"That it's going to be wide open every single snap, throw it every play," he said. "That's not what it's going to be."
The best offenses, whether it be in high school, college or the NFL, are able to change speeds. Staying one gear makes an offense predictable, and Kingsbury knows that.