3. Put the football in Bijan's hand far more often
Yes, Bijan Robinson was underwhelming for the first time in his very young career. However, the thing that stands out about his chances in this game was how few and far between they were for what is clearly their best weapon and a player that the offense is supposed to be built around.
Can Arthur Smith not give us somewhere between the pass-free offense we saw in week one and the pass-focused attack in week three? It seems that a simple balanced attack built around consistently putting the ball in the hands of your best players is the obvious route to go.
This isn't to say that Ridder doesn't need to be more consistent passing the ball as the opposing defense is going to be focused on the run. But rather pointing out that you drafted a player who has an elite ability to create space even when teams are expecting the run whether it is screens or slants find ways to put the ball in his hands far more consistently and the offense will open up.