The Wildcat is one of the most unpredictable formations, which is why it gained so much popularity around the league last season.
Here, Jamaal Charles is lined up at Quarterback, and Tyler Thigpen is split out right.
There was lots of trickery in this play, starting with it being the wildcat. Charles takes the snap and tosses it to Mark Bradley on an end-around. Instead of running, Bradley makes a perfect throw to a wide open Thigpen for a 37 yard touchdown.
The set up was what made this play work so well. The Chiefs ran the wildcat a few times earlier, and Thigpen had nothing to do with the play, it was simply Jamaal Charles running strait ahead.
The Buccaneers thought that the end around to Bradley, who played quarterback in high school, was the added wrinkle, and never expected him to throw the ball.
This was the most memorable play of last year, even though the game ended in a loss for the Chiefs