There was a lot less downfield running from Sheridan and Threet. I believe Threet ran the Zone Read Keeper once. You have to do this on occasion just to keep the defense honest. I was fine with the one keeper despite it going nowhere. The rest of Threet's roll outs and "runs" appeared to be pressure in the pocket. His first run for 6 yards was him seeing no one open, so he properly tucked it and ran. Most others he at least attempted to roll out and dump off the pass. It was very "freshman henne-esque."
As far as Sheridan, he was supposed to be the slightly more mobile guy. He tried to keep it a bit more often, but our outside run blocking != good early in the game. Rodriguez was quoted as trying to keep the offense very basic for the first game so the players could grasp it in gametime mode. Once we establish a starting QB/RB/WRs, I think we'll see more specific tailoring to players skill sets. Right now they are trying to put together a package that can be played by any of the pieces.