So this question is asked of you as a fan and a fan base. As I see it we will more than likely back in to the playoffs. Unless Yates turns out to be Tom Brady Lite, then we won't last long in the playoffs. With this said that means from here on out this team is playing with the houses money. So if we go 10-6 and TJ isn't lighting it up, and acting as a guy under center handing the ball off 90% of the plays isn't getting in done are you allright with Kubiak going big and going all "Mad Offensive Scientist" during the playoffs? I'm not talking trick plays every down but very unconventional stuff with trick plays thrown in. Almost all NFL Coaches play not to lose 75% the time. The only real unconventional gambler out there in my opinion is Sean Payton with onside kicks and such. Strategically in an Art of War sense we will more than likely be a much weaker opponent in the playoffs. A force of 1,000 men would never go up against a force of 10,000 head to head. The smaller force needs a tactical advantage very its terrain, technological, or tactics. In the NFL the terrain is the same for both teams, and there is no technological advantage, the only advantage is tactical. So if Kubiak goes in and trys to slug it out odds are we're one and done. So what if Wade calls his game as is because it works, but what if Kubes goes all "Animal backed in a corner" on opposing teams. If Kubiak goes very unconventional is that his tactical advantage? I think the only way to win is a game plan that is so unconventional that defenses can't get a grip. This is easier said than done, but if it were so easy wouldn't everybody do it. I say no since most coaches don't want to be judged by the owner and fan base for bone headed plays. However Kubiak has nothing to lose in my opionion, but would you as a fan be cool with going all out?