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Four Reasons to Stay Positive about the Revolution

Losing the first two games of the season coupled with the ongoing Goncalves saga is enough to make anyone depressed. However, Revs fans have plenty of reasons to stay positive.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Don't Panic Just Yet


After last night's loss, it's understandable that people are getting a little antsy. Three games and 3 losses is not the most ideal way to start a season. Let's hold ourselves together for a few...

I'll Tell You When To Panic: Why being swept by a likely playoff opponent in mid-September isn't a big deal


Okay, yes the Yankees just got swept by the Rangers, the team they're most likely to face in the first round of the playoffs. Don't panic. Here's why: 1) Two of the losses came in walk-offs. If...

Wynn misses practice yet again ... time to panic?

Jordan Wynn is out again and likely to miss tomorrow's practice as well. Is it time to panic?

Time To Panic?!


Let's review our season so far - just briefly - and see what's really going on. 25 games played, 6th place, 39 points from 75 available. Eight points behind league leaders Southampton and 20...

Deconstructing Cardiff's First Goal v. Liverpool


When Joe Mason slotted Cardiff's first goal of the night through Pepe Reina's legs, putting the underdog Championship side up 1-0, it may have in fact been the worst goal conceded by Liverpool...

Injury News and the Last Few Internationals. Hopefully Unrelated.


One more day. One more day until we blissfully look forward to panicking not over the possibility of one of Liverpool's paper-thin squad regulars (the squad, not the regulars) getting injured while...

Apparently, it's not too early for us to hit the panic button.


As per a Fox Sports article. Honestly, after 1 game? Gotta love the national media.

Quit with the panic switch


Here's a post from April 17th of last season. The Angels were in the midst of a 2-6 string of games from Apr 14-19. All hope was gone. 2009 was not to be. What really sealed the deal was a second 2-6 stretch from Aug 20-27. It was simply too much to recover from. A lost season. Look people, I freaked out then. And I'm not going to say I'm not concerned now. But seriously, get it together. It sucks to start the season this way, but it's really early. The money quote: "And all the while, Brandon Wood languishes in AAA with a 1.065 slugging and nowhere to fit in the crowded Angels lineup." Give him some time folks. He had a couple of opposite field shots today, and he's also a notoriously slow starter. I should clarify that. He's been kicked off of winter ball teams what, 2 years now? And I believe his spring last year was bad too. My point is just simply that it's such a small sample size to judge. Quit with the panic switch (for now).

Quick Transition


Early in the season, someone observed that Quick was letting in some weird (i.e. soft) goals in the wins, but standing on his head in the losses. Last couple of games, it's happening in the losses....

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