I think the opposite will happen. They'll come out committed in dee and run hard. They'll have a few scoring oppurtunites but come up short. 10 minutes before halftime the storm will score a couple in quick succession. Then carry on with it after half time and score a few more tries. But we show way more heart & attitudes are better despite the scoreline.
That's the usual script for sure. I have just found that the Storm are the best team at identifying our weaknesses and exploiting them early before we compensate. Being clinical and ruthless on the short-comings of others has historically been what sets them apart from the also-rans
They'll have worked out a couple of players to isolate, test the fringes early and probably will have a plan to kick often that could easily expose us early.
Who knows, maybe Payten's plan will be to attack first rather than just trying to stay in the game. Gain points from an attack first approach and the referee has less ability to swing the arm wrestle.