After reading this SB Nation article by Andrew Sharp: http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2012/10/9/3478140/patriots-no-huddle-offense-oregon-nfl I really think Sullivan better start taking notes.
Having watched Chip Kelly's system for the past few years, I was really hoping that he would have taken the job. Not disappointed with Schiano...yet, but Kelly's system would have been a blast to watch and I believe Freeman would have flourished in it. Yes, I know the animation is hilarious, but I do believe Freeman would excel in an up tempo no huddle scheme. In the past, Freeman has been able to move the ball quite effectively when the Defense is either tired or on their heels the entire time while in a 4th quarter, 2 minute drill scenario. Not sure whether his decision making process gets shortened in those scenarios or the fact that his options become more open due to a defense unable to get setup quickly enough, but it works for him.
So, my hope is that Sullivan starts to hybrid his Giants offense and bring in more speed to take advantage of Freeman's strength. Also, as the article linked above mentions, look at the offenses that are starting to adopt the no huddle system. They are having real good success with it. It will only be a matter of time before most offenses adopt it. I'm hoping that Schiano's old style of football doesn't get in the way.