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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

FC Dallas now goes into the week off before hosting Seattle.

MLS: Real Salt Lake at FC Dallas Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

The unfortunate bye-week for FC Dallas (damn CCL) is going to be a long one but we’ll make due.

// FC Dallas //

Three big talking points from FC Dallas’ draw against Real Salt Lake - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas picked up a point, which isn't bad when you consider some of the results across the conference this past weekend.

Jacori Hayes makes most of second chance in FC Dallas’ home opener - Big D Soccer
I think Hayes impressed a lot of people on Saturday. Has he beaten out Victor Ulloa? We'll know soon enough.

Hoops at Home: FC Dallas packs stadium for home opener - Big D Soccer
Seeing Toyota Stadium packed for the opener was a positive step forward for the club.

MONDAY MAILBAG: FC Dallas Set Pieces, Jesse Gonzalez's Absence, OKC Loans and More | FC Dallas
Some good questions answered in this one, including why Jesse was left off the roster on Saturday.

// MLS //

Boehm: Top 5 things you may have missed on MLS’ 2018 opening weekend |
Bob Bradley is the only coach of an expansion club to win their opener on the road. Fun facts.

MLS Week 1: Toronto, Atlanta stunned; LAFC wins first match ever |
Week 1 of MLS in 2018 saw some big surprises, some youngsters making impressive season debuts and the league's newest club declaring a strong opening statement.

Team of the Week presented by Audi: Earthquakes' Hoesen leads in Week 1 |
Not that we shouldn't be surprised but there aren't any FCD players on this list from the opening weekend of play.

Predictably unpredictable: Let's enjoy early-season MLS for what it is | FourFourTwo
No team will win the league in March, so let's not get too crazy about the first week of the season.

Tenorio: Atlanta looking to address defensive needs, but on their timeline |
The big question was always going to be Atlanta's defense.

The MLS Wrap: Home fortresses penetrated, Union youth movement rewarded and more |
Toronto, Kansas City and Seattle are normally some of the toughest places to play in MLS, but not so in the opening weekend of the 2018 season

Ohio sues MLS, Columbus Crew owners to stop the team from relocating -
Time to grab the on this one folks. It is going to be an entertaining ride to say the least.