I thought the offensive gameplan was pretty good for the most part. You work with what you have, and right now Cassel is not at a point where he can win games for the team, he just needs to not lose. Think Brady in 2001 and Rothlesberger in 2004. What that means is a more conservative passing game with a heavy dose of rushing, which unfortunately will limit the usage of a player like Moss. That being said, one area where McDaniels needs to step up is finding Moss when the team is in the opponents redzone. Even though he's known as a the premier big play WR in the NFL, I think Moss is true strength is being about as good a redzone threat as we can expect from a WR. He's not perfect, but he's pretty close.