Even if I concede that he wrote the playbook, honestly plays are similar, if not the same in many instances, across the league. That being said, having plays is half the battle (or less), it's actually Knowing when to call them that counts. Of course you also be trying to run the plays which best fit the strengths of your personnel, and players have to successfully execute the plays as well.
I think we're seeing the impact interior pressure has on an offense - against the Panthers right now. Sacks aren't needed when you're constantly disrupting plays with the defensive players closest to the QB at the snap. And in our case, we're hardly even slowing them down.