I think it is valid to point out that we play with attacking fullbacks, but I think it is tricky to count them as 2 of 5 players committed to attack since they absolutely have significant defensive responsibilities. Yes, everyone has defensive responsibilities, but a fullback has more of those than most positions. We saw what happens when that part of their game breaks down against Netherlands when they both missed a mark that was key to giving up a goal. If you attack with five and two of those five also have a ton of defensive responsibilities and they play positions they are farthest from goal and have to progress all the way up before joining the attack, I think that is substantially different than a team playing with five guys primarily dedicated to the attack from other positions further up field. Saying we play with 5 attackers is true on its face by including the fullbacks, but it lacks some pretty relevant details that make a significant difference. I think this is an issue that is interesting within the context of this teams because in Dest and Robinson, we have two very good players, a couple of the better guys in the pool for sure. But, fielding them commits us to always playing with attacking fullback as a key part of this team and that means we have to shore up the defense elsewhere somehow for when they inevitably bomb forward. It's a bit of a tricky situation that is both a great feature in some ways but also something that limits who else we can get into the attack. At some point, we have to consider if it is more advantageous to have Robinson and Dest always out there bombing forward or would our attack benefit more from getting guys like Aaronson and Gio more involved further up field and dedicating more of the defensive line to defending. How much we could count on either of them to stay back and play more defensively is an open question. I think that might work with Robinson but with Dest if you're not getting him forward, you lose a lot of what makes him special. I'm not sure that some sort of rotation of only one forward at a time might make not good sense and allow us to attack more with our players up field. Sending them both is risky if you don't play defensively elsewhere but it also makes it harder to attack if you do always rely on them because of the distances involved.