This Copa America break is starting to go by rather quickly here as we're already a week into it.
// FC Dallas //
Yesterday we gave you a quick look at where things are on the statistical side of things.
Another post from yesterday that we'd love to see more comments on. Our panel gave a few thoughts on who they'd like to see on the field more in the second half of the season.
As good as these teams are, those are some tough groups to be in.
I know I was critical of the Urruti one yesterday but this one I can get behind a bit more. Seitz is doing very well this season between the pipes and has really established himself as a dependable guy to count on in goal.
// MLS //
Some might wonder how this is even possible but Atlanta has been operating a Georgia academy team for some time now, so it does line up well. Kind of crazy to think this kid is 15 though.
From the sound of things, we need to learn Andrew Carleton's name right now.
It looked like the Caps had their backs up against the wall after the first leg in this series but they stormed back last night to win the series 3-2 on aggregate.
Two expensive players getting loaned out into the USL during the Copa break. Ah, the joys of having your own USL team.
// Copa America //
Mexico made it look real easy last night against a CONCACAF foe. Plus Jamaica made it real easy on them if we're being honest.
Don't look now but Venezuela may be the team to watch for instead of Uruguay.
Well, Luis Suarez, you can't win them all.
A nice goal off the bench did get me thinking that he deserves more time but I'd still rather see more Darlington Nagbe and Christian Pulistic
This weekend's battle won't be easy for the US but it is still very manageable.