I simply answered your question. If that's what you're trying to do, then please don't ask a question that isn't relavent.
(1) I'm sure Cam said with a nod to Shula that his thumb was okay, don't worry about it. He would've called time out if it was a problem. Gotta' treat the man like an adult after all. It was a thumb injury and those always bleed more than they hurt, even paper cuts.
(2) Surprise is the centerpeice of every play. Give the defense what they're not expecting. And IMO that's what they were trying to do with the wildcat. I'm not even sure that Armanti wasn't on the field with that wildcat. I haven't gone back and watched it yet.
If you stop trying so hard to pigeonhole our offense, you just might enjoy the win more. Just sayin'.
Armanti wasn't on the play, came off the field after the pass. (I assume he was exhausted), but that's not the big deal. Why not put the ball into your QB's hands, who just had a huge pass, and let him try to do what he does.
Also, surprise? Is the Wildcat really a surprise anymore? "Oh hey, DeAngelo's behind center. HE MOST CERTAINLY ISN'T GOING TO RUN STRAIGHT AHEAD". I don't mean to sound condescending, but the Wildcat isn't surprising anyone anymore.
And maybe if more people would try to improve, even when we win, then winning would become the norm. Just because we won another game doesn't mean Chud, or Rivera, or McDermott, or anyone else gets off the hook. It means we're 2-6 with lots of room to get better.
Accepting a win and saying to "just anything the win more" isn't going to create a winning environment. Saying things like "our offense needs to improve because we don't have an identity" or "our special teams play is incredibly poor" is
going to improve the team, especially when members of the media start mentioning it and asking the coaching staff/players about it.
We as Panthers fans don't need to accept one win.