Monday, May 18, 2015

Weekly Predictions, MLS Week 12


New England Revolution 2 Sporting Kansas City 1 - I believe in Charlie Davies and company, despite the inability to hold a lead lately.


Columbus Crew 2 Chicago Fire 1 - You never know which Crew team is going to show up each week, but I think Kei Kamara is going to find a way to score against the Fire.

Houston Dynamo 3 LA Galaxy 1 - The tandem of Will Bruin and Giles Barnes is clicking for the Dynamo. Meanwhile, the Galaxy haven't won in a month plus. 


Toronto FC 1 Portland Timbers 0 - Even with no Jozy, look for Toronto to lean on Sebastian Giovinco and Michael Bradley for a result.

New England Revolution 1 DC United 1 - Should be a great match between two of the East's best. DC United is still getting healthier and we even had a Markus Halsti sighting last week.

FC Dallas 3 Montreal Impact 1 - I know I just talked about the Impact about how they're putting it all together, but Montreal's banged up defense will be no match for the high octane Dallas attack.

Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Colorado Rapids 1 - The Caps need a big game after a disappointing week. We'll see where they focus their efforts with a huge midweek Canadian Championship match against Edmonton FC ahead of their match with the Rapids.

Seattle Sounders 3 Sporting Kansas City 1 - Seattle isn't the team you want to play when you've got multiple matches in a week. Just ask Vancouver.

Real Salt Lake 1 New York City FC 1 - City seems to be on the upswing while RSL is all over the place. Joao Plata can't return soon enough.


New York Red Bulls 4 Philadelphia Union 0 - I'm happy for the Union and the result they got against DC United this past weekend, but I'm not buying this team yet. Look for the Red Bulls to come out with their hair on fire.

San Jose Earthquakes 2 Orlando City SC 1 - Don't be surprised to see Cyle Larin score again, but also don't be surprised when Wondo hits 100.

Week 10: 7-5 (San Jose, RSL-LA, San Jose-Colorado, Portland, Vancouver, FC Dallas, NYRB)

Overall: 29-56 (Took a week off, now we're back to probably not being very good)

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