I want to start off with that I am not a fan of the West Coast Offense. Having said that, I think that 3-2 play to seal the game was a typical West Coast Offense play in that situation. Which means, if you don't like the call, you don't like the offense. The point of the West Coast Offense is that the defense never knows if you are going to run or pass. Essentially, many of the pass plays are running plays in disguise. In order to run the West Coast Offense, you need the right personnel and execution. As much I don't like the West Coast Offense, I don't think it was bad call considering the philosophy of the offensive style (no pun intended) and Kubiak believed in the personnel on the field could get it done. Maybe that was Kubiak's mistake, believing Carr and Johnson could hook up on such an easy play for such an important play. So, if you have an issue with that play, I say you have an issue with either the philosophy, player personnel, or execution. But, the philosophy is what it is, and you have to take the good with the bad.