I am concerned out the lack of a coordinated offense. Seattle won this game, like the past few, on defense midfield pressure. If anyone recorded the game, count the number of times where Seattle combined well on the offense - talking about give and go, attacking movement off the ball, short leading passes....stuff that breaks down a defense. Practically zilch. Or the few times we have good breaking movement off the ball, it is ignored. The strategy appears to be run it into the corner and cross, then hope the someone can get a head on it. Estrada got lucky (at least he is trying) and it would have ended in tie were it not for Sounders defense (the athleticism and reflexes of Hurtado). I am particularly dissapointed with Montero's play. He looks like a spoiled, lazy prima-dona out there. Bench him. Who to replace him? Does not matter. Anyone. He not is doing nothing up there anyway. It baffles me how he and Oz can be such buddies when Oz plays like man with his head on fire and Montero looks like a lost kid at the mall looking for his mommy. Osvaldo, por amor de Dios, da una medida de su fuego a tu amigo.