I'm going to be honest, I had to look up the Coryell Offense. According to wikipedia:
"Overall the goal of the Coryell offense is to have at least two downfield, fast wide receivers who adjust to the deep pass very well, combined with a sturdy pocket quarterback with a strong arm. The Coryell offense uses three key weapons. The first is a strong inside running game, the second is its ability to strike deep with two or more receivers on any play, and the third is to not only use those two attacks in cooperation with each other, but to include a great deal of mid-range passing to a TE, WR, or back."
If that is the case, it isn't just our poor protection and running game, but lack of FAST WRs that is holding us back also.
If we can't establish the run, what would you do to move the ball? Allow Cam to do it all?
Well the only problem there is that we have A.) No run game and B.) Not even one fast receiver