Watched one of the post game interviews TMac gave - he said the placement of the ball is something they work on, that the route trees they use and the spotting of many of his passes are done with the idea that a: the receiver has the best chance to go get it, and b: that it increases the chance for a pass interference. He added that most covers are adequate or better in coverage, that you don't get guys wide open very often, so they try to up the percentages of blown coverages or defensive penalties by putting the defense back on its heels.
That indicates a subtle strategy within the passing game. Hard to defend when we've got receivers who can change direction and chase down some balls.
A good team has to have players capable of making plays...oh, wait - we're so there!