I don't get it... 95% of the time I see a team line up in the Wildcat formation, they run it off tackle for a 10 yard plus gain. Why is the wildcat so hard to defend? Is there an extra blocker in the formation? (i.e. not a wussy quarterback trying to lay in a crappy cutblock) It seems to me that the wildcat formation severely tips one's hand on what play the offense is running. I would assume this would allow the defense to key in on the play and defend it better.... Can anyone explain this to me?