With Rams drafting Tavon Austin and his fellow college mate Stedman Bailey, the Rams are rumored to incorporate some of the plays of the West Virginia's Air Raid offense. It made sense since those plays utilizes the skills of both players. As of this writing, it is reported that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer are working Austin also as a runningback since he has played the position in college.
Having Austin as Running back specially in spread offense would give the sense of confusion how they will defend Austin. The Rams are very effective in running the no-huddle offense least season since Bradford has done that during his Oklahoma days and couple this with his new receivers who thrive also in a no-huddle type of offense, I can presume that they can become a prolific offense maybe rival the Air Martz offense of the Greatest Show in Turf days.