Agree mate. We looked like we could score every time we broke forward last night whereas sometimes at Goodison it looks like we won't score if we play all night. Newcastle helped as they had a real go at us which allowed us to play on the counter, against the lower teams at home this will be very tough to do as they all sit deep and try and hit us on the break.
I thought we we're pretty lucky against Swansea as they looked like they could get through us almost at will. Against the Geordie's last night we looked much more solid after the early scares.
Without going on about "them" too much, their form this year has shown that you can play this way even against teams that aren't as open.
It might involve sacrificing possession or territory to a certain degree.
But I'd say fundamentally it's about knowing what you're going to do as soon as you recover possession and being aware of, and willing to take on, aggressive passes that can open the play.