After reading posts here following the Broncos game there was a load of anti-McDaniels comments. I didnt see the Broncos game, but i did see the Bengals match and obviously scoring 38 points doesnt indicate much offensive problems. So i was wondering what you guys thought the difference was. Did McDaniels change the plays massively from a week ago, or were the matchups just alot more favourable for our receivers and backs? Am just trying to figure out what the difference is between a good play call and bad play call, apart from the obvious number of yards gained. Cheers.