that most of the plays were of things Golson didn't do much of, which are running the ball himself and throwing toward the middle of the field. Probably 80-90% of the plays were of this type with a few passes to the sideline and to the corner of the EZ.
As for buying time, that is certainly an asset for Golson, his ability to escape a rush--I don't think I've seen anyone much better than he is--but I'm disturbed that he has to scramble so often.
This is a talent best used rarely, not as standard procedure. In some games Golson looked good--he took the snap and delivered the pass--but in more than a few games it seemed he dropped back with the intention of running around until he found the open guy, more of a sandlot style rather than a designed-play style. I don't think Kelly likes that style, and unless Golson can run the plays the way they were designed 9 times out of 10, I think Kelly will be upset with him.