Miami ran a few trick plays and they attempted a few more first down passes (maybe). That's it. We didn't throw long often. The main difference was that the OL protected better. Through the first 6 games every blitz seemed to let someone through. This game a larger % of the blitzes were picked up. That allowed the big play to Mcmike, it also reduced our turnovers. The OL has improved every game this year. This was just the first game where it was reflected on the scoreboard.
Another difference was that the Rams D saw how often we threw the wr outs so they schemed to take that away. This actually benefitted Miami b/c it meant JF threw fewer of those risky deep outs and threw more of the shorter seam passes.
One call that I thought was definately more aggressive was the pass to Chambers on 3rd down. Wanny said that he kept thinking about the Ram comeback ag. Seattle. (BTW the quote makes it seem like it was Wanny's call and his decision to be aggressive there.)
Overall though this was the same O we've been running all year. We just did it better and got more bounces. I don't see the huge shift in philosophy that some posters are claiming we showed in that game.