Anyone besides me notice the difference in Linehan's play calling in DET and DAL? How about with Romo and without? There are two ways to approach play calling. Have your play book and get the players to fit it as Landry did with the Flex, Walsh with the WCO and Belichick seems to do with every player, every season. Or you adapt your play calling to the talent available, which is what most have to do and young Kellen Moore is certainly no exception. I've read that he's got this play book he's put together over the last few years but I would assume that was in the perfect world as most of them are designed, perfect execution is expected. There seems to be a lot of apprehension with our first time 29 year old OC but he is not an outsider. He was there as a player and a QBC so he is not unfamiliar with the talent, especially QB1. Besides this rep as the Stephen Hawking of football that so many seem to want to sell, there is something else that makes me take a step back from rushing to judgement about him. That QB1 wanted him and I have to assume there have been discussions on how he would call it differently and if you read between the lines, Prescott does not like being told he can't play instinctively and that means using his legs when it's time. So, my lean is in Moore's direction even though there will be a learning curve and he does have an advantage that Linehan didn't have, Cooper to start the season and a rapidly improving Gallup. But I think above all, he understands what a dual threat QB is like as I believe that has been the most underutilized element of this offense. Unless he's ordered not to use Prescott as a runner. Now, here's the other side of that coin regarding Prescott wanting Moore. I believe Linehan had some apprehension about Prescott executing certain plays under certain circumstances and called his plays that way. I also believe Prescott is very confident, maybe a little overconfident in his desire to prove he's a Tier 1 QB. Moore's greatest challenge will get his QB to play within himself because when it comes to the QB, the #1 job of the OC is to manage his limitations while exploiting his talent.