In situations yes. Mix in motion to help in blocking for certain plays. Run effectively. Get creative on the checkdowns/short patterns. But bootleg/rollouts limit O targets, and the D only has to defend half of the field. I've seen swing passes blown up, and a quick out to Reggie Wayne recently netted -6 yards, and almost a fumble. I'ts a difficult job, game planning and play calling. Tom Moore used to say each and every game has it's own unique feel and flow. You have to become tuned in for your adjustments in situational play calling and carrying out the objectives of the game plan. If it was so easy, we'd all be in line to get the position.
Agreed......sometimes it works....sometimes it does not......the nature of the beast....LOVE IT!!!!
It reminds me of a great shooter in basketball. He or she may be the best shooter in the game.....and go 0-15. Then come back with 14-15. Your key words from Moore are well taken....'the flow" (Tom....not Mewelde btw )