I watched Brad Davis turn Panama City from a giant party into a wake in about 20 minutes last night and his performance inspired me to ask myself some questions: 1. In which position do the Dynamo have the most redundant talent? 2. OUt of the 2014 projected starters who will need the most defensive cover? 3. Of the projected starters, where is the most exploitable speed? 4. Including expected departures but not including any unanticipated additions to the roster; at what position will the Dynamo be thinnest in terms of game changing talent? Since I've already thrown away the punchline I guess the 5 or 6 people who read this are following my train of thought. Anyway, this 4-2-3-1 could well be worth considering next year. Think of it, Rico and Creavalle paired in front of Boz and Taylor and behind Davis? OBG and Davis, our most creative and influential players with freedom to move in and out, up and back? Ashe and Sarkodi exploiting the touchlines? Alex Lopez with the freedom to create with limited defensive responsibilities? Yes, it leaves Bruin on an island and we've seen that he hasn't excelled in that role in the past but I say that he's a good enough player to learn how to play there. Thoughts?