I didn't care for the use of the Wildcat on the 1 yard line last night.
Why would you move your quarterback out of the backfield. Unless the running back is capable of throwing to the quarterback or handing off to a receiver this play is nonsense. You might as well try to run the ball with one less player on the field, and tell the defense what you are going to do. As soon as the QB moves out of the backfield, there is no deception, as the defense knows you are going to run, so they just crowd the line of scrimmage, and stuff the play.
They would be better off to keep the QB close, and have him move to one side of the center like he is calling a play out to the receivers, and have a direct snap go to the running back. Don't put him out like he is a receiver. That call partially kille our chance of having a comeback.