The offense started to move the ball when it passed to set up the run. Traditionally offenses rush to loosen the defense for the pass. In passing to set up the run, RR sort of abandoned his spread-option/zone read, for a more traditional offense that worked on this particular day. That worries me. He knows the personnel he has and seems a little stubborn. He transitioned to a more traditional scheme at halftime. Admittedly halftime is the time to make adjustments, but IMO it was obvious well before the half that an adjustment was needed and his failure to adjust is attributable to wanting to win his way. He faces a tough decision - if he continues to use a more pro-style offense we'll probably see more success and slow the transition to a fulltime spread-option/zone read team. If Threet succeeds fans will insist on keeping him as the starter even if RR wants to use a more mobile qb next year (Beaver or Forcier), who is more suited to RR's scheme. I think using a greater mix of pro-style formations gives us a better chance to win this year, but I'm not sure RR wants to do it that way.