I literally just got finished posting this in another thread, so I'll just copy and paste it here.
Originally Posted by Don Giovanni
I hate the fast-as-humanly-possible offense, because it shows the offensive coordinator is essentially scared of trying to match wits with the defensive coordinator. So instead of trying to read a defense and beat them straight up, these teams that use these extremely fast offenses are basically trying to win by catching the defense not lined up or in the middle of substituting. Also, as many have said, a lot of defenses end up trying to play only one scheme, which obviously gives the offense an advantage, so that's probably the best example of how the coordinators who use such a system are basically trying to avoid matching up with a defense.
I guess what I'm saying is if a team wants to show their offense is better than the other team's defense, then let both sides have a chance to call what they feel is their best play and may the better squad win. All this other stuff does is show which team can get lined up faster.