I imagine that we will see more of the adjustments that they made in the last three games. We will probably keep leaving corners unblocked, using pulling tight ends and/or tackles rather than just guards, and running to the outside when they defend the middle, and running to the inside when they defend the edges. I can't wait to see these concepts developed and expanded in the offseason.
Our passing game will probably be very dependent on who wins the quarterback race. This is why I would like to see meaningful minutes from both Jones and Barrett to exploit different areas and make game planning impossible. If Miller really is fully recovered and can throw a deep ball or take off like the old days that's just another area we can design new way of doig the same thing.
The personnel this team has leave everything open. Elliot has both speed an power, while Samuel has speed and some power, and Weber has power and some speed. The wide receivers have enough speed to be deep threats but are getting better at running short routes and making people miss. The h-backs are adding a much more developed downfield passing game to their running back abilities. The quarterbacks are all capable passers and runners. The offensive line is large, strong, and agile enough to block in space. Vannett is great as a blocker and a receiver.