Dan Henning called a great game on Monday night. I guess 27 years of experience really paid off! He ran variations on the base offense and the wildcat; he ran traps, had counter plays (where the fullback and running back started one way - into the blocking flow - and then cut back to run the other way), and generally got everyone involved in the creative flow of the game.
Here was one that surprised the heck out of me. Late in the game, Miami is driving. Henning calls a moving pocket. Basically, the entire line moved right to create a pocket in a different place from which Henne threw.
The object was to slow down the rush that Ryan was throwing at him on 3rd and 10.
It was exceptional in design, and the execution was nearly flawless.