Gase is the type who would prefer to make excuses for why his finesse concept didn't work, than be satisfied at power mode that did work. That power stuff mostly bores him. It's the reason we immediately line up in the deep shotgun on 3rd and 1, as if there's no other consideration. He is a good coach but too much of a tinkerer and pass happy type. A great quarterback can bail out those low percentage 3rd and 1 pass plays, no matter the congestion. Gase designs and calls these plays as if he has a dominant quarterback, and then can't imagine what went wrong when the play fails.