To a certain extent, I agree with you.
I watched most of the first game and saw only bits of the second. Not impressed one bit!
But try telling the South African fans that it was a terrible game. Or the fans of Uruguay whose team, with 10 men, eventually held off France.
The first games are notorious for non-scoring draws and very tight games. It is so important that you do not lose. The games will loosen up as the group stage progresses, and teams become more desperate for points.
Then onto the knockout stages. Winner takes all in every game. Brilliant!
It also helps enormously if you have a vested interest in the game, as you will have tomorrow when your team plays England. I'm assuming you are a Yank btw. Ask any USA soccer fan if they would accept a boring 0-0 now, and I can assure you they would bite the hand off you for it!
So, sit back and relax tomorrow, get yourself a few brews in, and watch the Patriot film with Mel Gibson before the game to get the blood boiling.
You will be in fine company tomorrow with your Scottish, Welsh and Irish Patriot brothers, cheering on your team.
Bring it on!
Once again, no offence to our English Patriot brothers.