Over the last 6 games, the Wizards have managed a meager 3 goals. No coincidence, they haven't won in 6 games. This despite, with the exception of the game in Houston, having dominated most every aspect of those games. Unfortunately, the category the Wizards have most dominated is: Missed scoring chances.
On Sunday, Peter Vermes made a change to the offense (and in the process answeredlast week's question) by inserting rookie striker Teal Bunbury into the lineup. It worked in the same sense that "Lost" ended.
There was quality there, there were chances, but at the end, you were kind of left wanting.
So if swapping Bunbury for Josh Wolff didn't work, what will? What's the solution? How can the Wizards solve this problem in front of the goal?
Here are some possible answers:a) Four forwards. (This sort of worked against Chicago, when Wolff, Kei Kamara, Teal Bunbury and Ryan Smith were all in the lineup and Jack Jewsbury and Davy Arnaud were in support.)
b) Just shoot it. Doesn't matter where they are on the pitch, just put shots on frame. Something good will happen.
c) Sunil Chhetri! Sunil Chhetri! Sunil Chhetri!
d) Jimmy Conrad at striker.
e) Animal sacrifice night at the CAB.
What do you think? Are you missing Zoltan as much as I am?