Unfortunately we were worse, lacking in any creative ideas or inspiration or any real passion.
I'm not sure if the problem lies in midfield with the players unable to find that extra bit of quality to unpick the opponents defence or if the strikers were playing too similar role and not making the runs to make space for the pass.
Kermorgant and Sordell both seem to play a similar role, looking for the ball to be played into them with their backs to goal so they can bring supporting midfielders into the game, playing this way is fine if one of your strikers is doing it, and other is making runs into the channels and pulling defenders out of position.
In not saying Sordell and Yann can't work together and Church is the answer, who in both games made the runs into the channel but it will then create space for the midfield players to play.
Both games have seen us closed down very quickly in the middle of the park and given no time on the ball (which you expect to happen) but with both strikers looking for passes into feet the space is closed down even more and when the pass arrives defenders are able to stay tight and exert pressure.
Whether it was a tacitical ploy on Chris Powells part or not neither full back has attacked as we know they can with there normal overlapping being very subdued in the opening games.
The defence on whole hasn't looked to bad, both goals at Bournemouth on the opening day were due to lack of concerntration and poor defending by midfielders, Pritchard and Harriot not quick enough to get to a short corner and Hughes being turned just outside the area, Boros goal again was poor, Hamer caught in no mans land, from two poor defensive errors.
It's difficult to write anything positive from the first two games but there is still plenty of time left to improve as last season proved.