The Bent Musket, a New England Revolution community
Brendan Schimmel is a native Rhode Islander and present-day Massachusetts resident who works as a network design engineer during the week and an Air National Guardsmen on weekends. A potent mixture of soccer and turf took away both of his ACLs, thereby relegating him to simply covering the game from the safety of a keyboard. He recently moved his personal blog The Indirect Kick to The Bent Musket as a column that features a variety of content from opinion to statistical analysis on the New England Revolution. A current season ticket holder, Brendan holds active leadership roles in both The Rebellion supporters group and American Outlaws: Providence. You can witness his soccer psychosis in the Fort on game day or on Twitter @TheIndirectKick.
What's gotten into these Revs? We dig into the Potency Index to find out what they are doing right statistically on their recent run of form.
Red Bull supporters united with Revolution supporters for unforgettable and emotional march into Red Bull Arena. Here's a narrative of the events.
Revolution goal keeper Matt Reis appeared on CNN tonight to speak with Piers Morgan about the tragedy at the Boston Marathon.
The Revs start off April against Seattle tomorrow and we take a look at the Revs statistical performance through March and wonder what can be done in April to improve it.
The Boys at the The Bent Musket were surveyed on who would lead the Revs and MLS in a host of statistical categories. Share yours in the comments so we can compare at season's end.
Latest roster update out, and we analyze the change. Reis declines, Bengtson and Fagundez overall ratings jump.
How many games will we play at home? On Saturday? On turf? Check out the schedule breakdown.
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