You mention Linehan being different in Dallas and Detroit plus with/without Romo. Many claim Linehan was different in Dallas/Detroit because he was forced "to run Garrett's scheme". The remainder of your post would mean that Linehan never changed regardless of the roster and QB. Much of Moore's ideas go back to when he was the QB in college. I don't think a running QB was the core of that offense... Moore's approach appears to focus on misleading the defense. This was a big part of the Rams offense in 2018. As was seen with the Rams, a committment to misleading defenses as a core part of the offense is much different than randomly throwing in some jet sweeps etc. which seemed to be Linehan's answer for mixing things up. Moore will inject some creativity. The real issue is whether the players can execute more complicated plays. If not, then they'll beat themselves with mistakes and penalties. Moore is dependent on the other coaches to get crisp and consistent play execution from the players.