Beasley, Razov, Wolff, Stoichkov, CJ, Gray, Big Zach... Jeez, we beat a good team last night. There were a few quick exchanges in tight spaces, where the Fire knocked the ball around so fast it made my head spin. And yet, the Quakes dictated play for the most part. Sometimes what the Quakes do isn't that spectacular -- being organized in defense, making good decisions in midfield, even having the discipline to not lose the ball in the defending third. Stuff that doesn't always show up in the stats. It all seems to come together, doesn't it? Credit has to go to Coach Frank and the established players who really have the entire team playing all for one, one for all. This was the first time I've seen the Quakes dominate the Fire. It really makes me feel good about our chances of repeating. Comments?