Originally Posted by azndave
I was disappointed with all the penalties that TBD drew, regardless of major/minor/unintentional/who knows. Those kills off the break by Dynasty were key and Damage just didn't have the same composure I'm used to seeing. e.g. the 3-1 (2-1?) point where Keith came out of the box to make a 2v1 with Rau, surprised to see FK got clipped. Should have had that, and taken some momentum back. And who knowsss
Keith Brown was outclassed, much respect to Brown, he is a great player(he could probably take me any day of the week), but beating Yosh Rau in a 1v1 is not an easy task.
Dynasty is pretty much a concentration of some of the best players in the world, they can shoot very well, their timing is impeccable, able to make big moves at just the right time, each person dynasty puts on the field is a force to be reckoned with. However, I think that is their weakness.
Dynasty is like the star athlete, unrivaled in sports, however, if you force them to play a game of chess you stand a chance of beating them. In a long technical game, their players tend to take risks, which most of the time pay off big, but if you're really fast and really good, you can capitalize on those risks, because that is when they show their small weakness.
You must perfectly position your pieces, and have patience, and wait for Dynasty to fall into your trap.
Dynasty players aren't stupid and don't fall for anything but the most ingenious traps, and don't fall for the same one twice, which is why Damage lost. When they got shot off the break or got penalties, they gave Dynasty a chance to force them into Dynasty's game which Damage didn't have the players with the experience like Dynasty has in order to properly recover.
I think that is why Damage lost.