For all my fellow history buffs out there, does any one know of any real tactical victory by the Continentals in the War of Independence. Other than Cowpens I really can't think of any were the British were out-generaled. Saratoga was a mess but fortunatly turned into a victory. Yorktown would have never been if the French had not blockaded the British from fleeing by sea. IMO I really don't see any other than Cowpens. It seems that most Continental victories came not because of superior battle field leadership, but because of Providence.