Our biggest weakness on offense last year was not having someone who can stretch the defense (while also being able to catch a ball), and that should not be a huge problem in a WCO. When we need someone that can get open deep, its not because we are running 3 step drops and slant routes, its because we are pounding the ball and using the play action.
This offense uses "the run to set up the pass" via play-action passing (a somewhat newer concept), faking the run in order to throw deep downfield when the defense is least expecting it, usually when the defense slides down a safety for run support. Power offenses must be very patient in their approach and philosophy, and are most effective when complimented by a dominating defense that keeps the opponent from scoring. Power Football allows the team to control the ball for longer periods of time, denying the opposing offense opportunities to score. It is sometimes referred to as "three yards and a cloud of dust" football.