We should not run the power style football that we try to establish IMO. It has worked at times, but not with Campbell at the helm. It has worked with Collins and Brunell, which relies the quarterback to make quick reads off of the playaction.
The more I watch Cassel, the more I see the reason for his success. He was getting sacked a lot early on, so they started using him in a lot of shotgun, 4wr sets. This allowed him to hit the short throws, screens, and use the pass to set up the run. Campbell is more of this type quarterback, because he is too slow under center. This would also allow Portis to excel, because he is so quick, and with a 6 man box he could be a serious threat.:gaintsuck
We have two players that can be effective just as Wes Welker is, in Santana Moss and Randel El. Campbell is also good at the short throws under 15 yards.
Zorn should really look into this. I think he may try this in the future, and this is why he stock piled on wide recievers.