Moore's men finished all square but have now drawn three home games out of six and the boss was unhappy with the supply line in the final third.
He told the media: "I thought we defended well but I was unhappy with the way we went forward.
"We need somebody who will get on the ball and take the sting out of the game when we are under the kosh. They have had 21 crosses into our box today where as we have had only 10. We are the home team and our 'keeper is having to make too many saves and that is disappointing. We should be the team putting the opposition on the back foot when we are home."
Nicky Law gave the Millers a half time lead, Moore adding: "We hit them on the break, thrown bodies forward and it was a great finish by Lawsy.
"He nearly scored again just after half time when he cut inside but unfortunately it wasn't to be. We didn't do enough of that. In general we played too many long balls and I felt sorry for the two strikers because everything we have played forward has been high and their centre halves have dominated.
"We had hardly any service into feet. In the end we have scrapped a decent point but you need more than a point when you are playing at home."