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Who is the Revolution's true rival?

TBM explores the teams that Revolution fans love to hate.

Bringing Back A New England Favorite: SuperLiga

New England Revolution fans fondly remember their SuperLiga title in 2008. But could bringing back that tournament help MLS clubs in the CONCACAF Champion's League?

Which Revs Midfielders Will Remain Next Season?

As we brace for the impending roster shake-up this off-season, I look at who I think will be a part of the 2014 Revolution campaign and who will be sent packing this winter. Some of the answers might shock you! (Or they might not at all actually.)

Whatever Happens, Thanks For A Great Season, Revs

The Revs are on the cusp of clinching a playoff berth for the first time since 2009. My nerves are completely shot. I can't focus on ANYTHING. And yet, whatever happens these next two weeks, I can't help but feel warm and fuzzy about this season.

(Belated) Rochester Rhinos 2013 Season Wrap-Up

It has been a long and arduous season for the Rhinos, with a few ups and plenty of downs. Here's a look at the season that was, with some hopeful insight into the future.

Post-Game Hangover: Reflections on Quakes @ Revs

What better way to close out the first half of the MLS season than to beat the Earthquakes and, at least for a couple hours, sit in a playoff spot? Yup, it was pretty nice. Here are some thoughts on the game that was.

Post-Game Hangover: Revs @ Chivas

The Revolution are still very much in the playoff race, despite picking up only 1 point instead of 3 out in Los Angeles against Chivas. There was some good (Caldwell, Barrett), some bad (Bengtson) and some UGLY (Sene). Here's some thoughts on it all.

Revs vs. DC - US Open Cup Quarterfinal Live Thread

The Revs travel to Maryland to play their old foes, DC United, in the quarterfinals of the 2013 US Open Cup. If the Revs can pull off a victory tonight, they'll travel to either Orlando or Chicago for the semifinals. But let's not party just yet.

1999 Open Cup Champion Rochester Rhinos - MLSSoccer.com Feature

Wanted to share this article in case you missed it. It briefly chronicles the 1999 Rochester Rhinos Open Cup run that saw them eventually beat the Colorado Rapids in the finals. The team was coached by Pat Ercoli, who just recently took the helm once again following Jesse Myers dismissal. It's a really great read. Be sure to watch the video at the top, too! -Corey

Post-Game Hangover: Refelctions on DCU @ Revs

The chips didn't fall the Revolution's way on Saturday against their bitter rivals D.C. United, but there's plenty of reason to stay positive. New England remains in the playoff race, & Heaps' squad has proven that they can learn from their mistakes.

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