Are you trying to tell me something, Davey???
I swear to god, I'm going to joystick your @ss into a rail of paint one of these days like I did Jeff not so long ago!
"back guys, 9 times out of 10, can't make it to the front" ... shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit.
Dude, you just got yourself eagle duty for the first few scrimmages Sunday!
On a serious note (not that Fartman playing eagle for the early part of the day was anything but serious ... hey, I MISS being up front, dammit. This eagle crap was supposed to be temporary) but on said serious note, SenorFartman hit it on the head. It's a matter of the team really gelling as a unit: most important is communication and trust. Talent is important, sure ... but at a certain level it becomes a relatively level playing field. If you go watch pro teams and just focus on one player at a time, you'll find that they're not light years beyond your garden variety hyperball player. But they know how to read the field, they shoot their lanes, they COMMUNICATE and they listen/react.
We're fortunate ... we have a number of high caliber, experienced teams at our field (Pro and Amateur), and like Fartman said, they're always ready and willing to break out a can of whoopass on us newer teams. Here lately, though, that's been taking a turn for the better as our team has begun that gelling process. (you & Jeff missed some schweeeeeeeet scrimmages this weekend, Davey! No pick-ups, all full teams, and us dudes dominated all 8 scrimmages!)