Yes. And I'll go ahead and give you part of the answer: You have to understand that Biblical prophecy is about pattern, not just prediction. And the pattern in this case is the whole first year of the Exodus.
I'll explain what I mean by that in my next article. I'm not going to debate it further now because I don't want to give in piecemail what needs to be presented as a unified argument.
Just don't ignore the actual texts, like what we find in the book of Hebrews, which actually explains the typology of the old covenant and applies it to Christ.
Patterns aside, I assume an examination of the NT will be the majority of your analysis since it authoritively intreprets all the OT.
Vague references to patterns aren't nearly as convincing as actual, careful exegesis of the text. That is the way the rabbis got into trouble, and why they have a Talmud to go along with their Bible.
"And beginning at Moses and all the Prophets, He expounded to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself." (Luke 24:27)