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01-31-2012, 01:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Stickmata View Post
One thing I've noticed is that, in blowout games, the weaker team rarely ever changes their tactics to keep the score down. They just keep playing the team straight up, as if they were in a competitive game. They rarely decide to play defensively, collapse down in their zone and play a defense first-counter attack game. In my experience, even vastly inferior players can keep a better team off the scoreboard if they commit to playing very defensively. At least they can keep the score respectable. But most teams just keep trying to play an offensive game, which never works against a much stronger team.
I've noticed the same thing and it's true. That's the problem with too many players/teams, is that they don't think or play like a team with a plan.

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