3 games. 12 goals. You know, I commented after the opening match against Chicago that we would be in for a hell of a season. As we watched our boys take 3 points against the hated fire, it seemed to confirm everyone's hopes that this team could and would score some goals. But it also confirmed our fears related to the team's defense. And the two games that followed have borne this out. We will score. They will score. And, to date, our guys have scored (at least) as many as the opponents. (Some would argue that we even scored more than Colorado....but nevermind) I'm not sure I can say that I like the way our boys are playing. I like the results, sure. But there seems to be a distinct lack of ability to knock the ball around, to take the air out of the ball when necessary. Granted, this most recent match was the first in which we hadn't given up the opening goal. But it seems we only have one speed -- "go for it." And, yes, that can certainly be entertaining. It's a lot of fun to attack, attack, attack. But that's not really imposing your will on somebody, is it? That's just doing one thing really well. To be successful over the entire season will require the ability to do both -- attack, and possess. For now, I don't think our central midfield options have been able to dictate the game very well in this regard. Perhaps that will change when Mulrooney comes back? We'll see. I'm hopeful. I'm not meaning to be critical here. Just wondering if anybody else is (as I am) happy with the results, but also noticing some warning signs.