Whenever something in my life doesn't go the way I plan, whether in sports, work or other environments, I am a firm believer in reflecting and trying to learn/improve from it.
I didn't get a chance to watch the whole game and only managed to catch the last hour - I live in the UK and started a new job on Monday so didn't want to be too tired for it - so don't know the full story about what happened. Having read some of the posts it seems pretty "doom and gloom" focusing on the negatives etc.
Surely there were some positives in the game? You rarely get to find out how good a player is/can be by beating teams easily - some players can be carried by others in "easy"games.
Can anyone give a run down of who played well/showed some flashes? Did any young players show some glimpses for the future, or did any established players reinforce their credentials? I'm hearing a lot about McDonald and how he has the potential to be a great, punishing, open field runner and Reid (from what he briefly showed) is looking like a solid 1st round pick, is any of this true?
Please try and keep this thread about things we have learnt that will benefit in the long run and not turn it into a(nother) negative thread