When the dust finally became clear, America's pines were obvious – a 6-0 loss to the hapless Colts who visited the Jacksonville Jaguars in football. "Unilateral is not possible," said America. How were the Colts dominated? List them all:
OPENSEA: The Jacksonville Jaguar offense did not march once, but twice in a row. A simple reading of the scoreboard indicates that the Colts did not even do this. Message to the Colts: If you had tried to score points, the game would have been different. Oh, that's right – you did it.
DEFENSE: The Swiss-cheese-like defense of the Colts could not stop the Jaguars from marching down the field in scores, not just once, but twice. On the other side of the ball, the jaguars' defense stifled and prevented the Indianapolis Colts from scoring points each time they drove the entire game. Do not believe me Just look at the big scoreboard up there. ("0.")
SPECIAL TEAMS: The Jaguar Special Team division did not make one but two successful field-hit attempts – up the ball, blocking, rebounding, and all – one point after the other Point on the scoreboard. A look at the same scoreboard reveals a very different story for their colleagues in the Colts special unit: not a single successful field goal has been achieved. This embarrassing performance gap was one of the main causes of the Hoosier state's ultimate defeat.
There are other tertiary forms of domination, but these are the three main forms.
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