Jun 23, 2012; Frisco, TX, USA; FC Dallas midfielder Andrew Jacobson (4) dribbles the ball past Chivas USA defender Heath Pearce (3) during the second half at FC Dallas Stadium. The match ended in a draw 0-0. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE
Kreis' side seems to be unable to hold the losses off for an extended period of time. After three wins in a row they've now dropped two. Not exactly confidence building, but I don't think they're too worried in the long run.
Leaky, leaky defense. Sporting are still a pretty solid team but they just can't keep dropping results to weaklings like Philly and expect other people's opinion of them to stay high. Holding Seattle to a tie is nice though.
I'm really impressed with DC this season despite the loss. On another note, they have maybe the best sponsorship in MLS. VW's are sexy, but that old asylum they still use for a stadium really does them no justice. Odd contrast of high profile sponsor, great team and history combined with the worst grounds in MLS.
The Whitecaps were the latest victim in LA's resurgence. It's hard to criticize them too much for that, they were likely caught off guard and LA was going for the kill. If they can't recover this week though then things will look different.
Still inconsistent, and there's talk of their two best players skipping town in Marco Pappa and Sebastian Grazzini. Not sure the Fire can hold up without those two. It's probably real nice to be going through this season as opposed to the last one though.
I haven't done my due diligence on Columbus, but can you blame me? People mock how few fans come to Dallas but I haven't seen any more at Columbus. This opinion is, however, based purely on the number of people I see at their grounds on TV. This might be one of the only teams I just don't have an opinion about either way.
Out of nowhere they have cobbled together a few nice wins. Three in a row says the Galaxy are back in the playoff hunt and if this streak builds their confidence as much as their points, watch out. I really don't think it's impossible for LA to regain last season's form, Gonzo aside.
Couldn't get much worse for our boys. Toronto jokes just aren't funny anymore (especially when they have recovered and we haven't) and I can't find an adequate enough disaster to compare them to. Hurricane Katrina seems insensitive, anything WWII related is overblown and tactless.
The Hindenburg maybe? Everyone was excited to see it take off into the future and then it exploded spectacularly and crashed to the ground in a flaming heap while--
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