Since the beginning, I have watched RSL back lines wildly kick or head the ball forward with seemingly little regard for where it lands. It's almost been a team trademark. Against DCU today, I may have witnessed the birth of something new at RSL---- the back line as an offensive force.I saw the back liners dribbling and being patient...choosing where they wanted to send the ball, rather than just blast it somewhere. This created, to me, better possession time for RSL. Wherever high level soccer is played, this is the case, and I was thrilled to see it. Olave, especially, was crisper with his passes and seemed to make the transition to controlled possession and attack at a level that I thought was beyond him. Did others see this? Did I misinterpret what was happening?