Carli Lloyd and Lori Chalupny have thought about it. And both say the U.S. would be a lot better in this Women's World Cup if the players thought a little less.
"When you overthink too much you can kind of be unsure of yourself," Lloyd said. "At the end of the day it's a game we've played our whole lives. And when we step out on the field, we've just got to let instincts take over."
Added Chalupny: "In the attack it is kind of about [being] a little bit more free flow and less thinking. We'll figure it out."
They'd better. Because a mistake against China in Friday's quarterfinal could hand the U.S. its earliest exit in World Cup...