CONCACAF sides do not play defensive football...it is not in their culture...that both the USA and Jamaica have seen where they needed to strengthen the defensive side of their game since the GC is evident in the wins that both teams achieved on Wednesday...neither Jamaica or the USA played DEFENSIVE football in either match...both teams have improved their defense...and Jamaica still has a whole lot to do in that area.
Go back and search all my posts and see how many times I've said that this is where Jamaica needed and still needs to improve tremendously to be a strong CONCACAF contender...and those posts were made after the Digicel Cup.
You are always trying fi find ways to go around arguments.
There was nothing for JA to take away from the USA game or for the USA to take away from the Mexico game in the GC except that the formation they elected to play left their defensive end exposed and they got what the duck gets and rightfully so.
Just because they both won on Wednesday you are trying to link it to defensive improvements based on their analysis of the GC games. How come you weren't linking defensive improvement when JA lost 5 straight following that USA game or when the USA was losing those consecutive games after the GC? You are such an opportunist.
Did JA or the USA played with 3 forwards on Wednesday like they did in the GC? If not, then what is your point? Whether either teams improved defensively is debatable as they are still tinkering with their team. A win does not necessarily point to defensive improvement because you think it strenghten your argument. What is not debatable is that neither team will play against a better side with 3 forwards and expect to win. That has always been my point, and only point. As far as DEFENSIVE football I don't know what you are trying to say there because nobody is advocating that.
I will not go back and search your posts because I know all I am going to find are contradictions from one post to the next.