Here is a list of things I think could help the O out to be less predictable. 1) Use the screen to set up a mid-to-deep go route. Put Welker, Aiken and Watson (set wide) on one side and Moss on the other. Moss would comand a safety over the top and he doesn't block well anyway. Throw a screen to Welker with big Aiken and Watson blocking. Do this once or twice then look like you are doing it again and after Watson or Aiken fakes a block send one of them deep. If safety bites, deep man should be free to go. Even if the deep play is a wash out it should help keep the D honest for the next time we throw the screen. 2) Get Faulk and Maroney on the field at the same time. Put Faulk in the slot more as he is our third best option catching the ball anyway. 3) Middle screen to TE Not sure if you remember it but the screen teh Saints threw to Shockey was brilliant. Brees faked screen to left, spun faked screen right and threw to a wide open TE up the middle as the LBS bit on the fakes and left the middle open. Even if this doesn't work it might keep the ILB in the middle when we do throw the screens to Welker.