For those of us who are/were concerned about getting the plays in on time, this could make a difference.
Doug Pederson has changed half of the plays in his offense so that the calls are just one word. The West Coast offense typically has verbose terminology. Quarterback Sam Bradford, before he left via the trade to the Vikings, said he preferred the one-word method.

"It just makes it so much easier getting in and out of the huddle," Bradford said. "It puts a little more responsibility on [the rest of the offense] because it doesn't tell everyone what to do. But I think honestly it's better . . . [because] everyone's got to be dialed in to hear that one word."