I would change the 'pacing' of this offense, adding in more 'quick-hitting' plays.
What happened to the quick-slants we used so effectively against the Giants in week one?
Your offensive line is struggling in pass protection, shorten the routes and the drops to help compensate and let your big, physical receivers use their size and strengths to their advantage.
And get guys like Beasley more playing time to use their quickness and wiggle to quickly challenge opposing defenses.
Rebuild this offense from the ground up with more quick-hitters and then incorporate more down-the-field stuff when production allows it.
At this point, I think this offense has a very predicatable, deliberate, drawn-out pace.
I would starte by changing that pace.
"I don't understand it Stephen, it's opening day 2014, where is everybody?"