If you say you want to improve at the game, maybe playing against random classes doesn't help. But, at the same time, playing against sandbaggers mainclassing and losing in 10 minutes wont teach you anything either. The fact of the matter is that sandbagging teams don't even really resemble real teams on the inside, everyone just spouts memes and individually runs at the enemy team. Other than the occasional kritz, there is no coordination other than what comes from playing the game for a number of years. If you're still losing to this, you probably didn't have a real shot at winning open anyway. It's important to have realistic goals when you go in, instead of getting salty because you lost your third match to a sandbagging team by the same degree in which you lost your first two matches.
There were multiple occasions last season where we stayed on offclasses, or used different players and actually lost matches, one of those teams ended up gong 12-4, the other 9-7 which are at the very least respectable records. Other matches we came close to losing, but decided to main class and try for no other reason than collectively deciding that we didn't want to lose to a guy with the name "barrycenter." If you can't take multiple rounds, win, or force this group of meming idiots to mainclass then you should either come away from the match 1: disappointed or 2: with the realization that you wouldn't have been in the money anyway. So at the end of the day, what did you really lose by losing to a sandbag team rather than losing to the numerous other open teams that are better than you?
If you make us stop running offclasses, or make us try to any degree, you should come away feeling good, not salty. At the end of the day, the only teams I feel bad for sandbagging against are the teams we knock out of playoffs, and the team we beat in the finals. However, if you come into a match with no intention of winning, but feel like you deserve to take the ffw ASAP because you had no chance of winning anyway, you have no right to complain about the outcome, or the fact that you were still losing the match to 5 players.
The real takeaway that envision crew should take from this match is the fact that -skp went 23-12 with 480dpm against "invite" players and probably deserves a better team. The rest of you should think about what you could have done to end up with double digit frags like mr. skp. If you all fragged like him, maybe we would have lost that match. Think about that for a minute.
P.S. my scout is awful and probably belongs in open on an average day, so I'm hardly sandbagging.