The Revolution had a dominant display against the Union in a 2-0 victory. Twitter? Well, for once, Twitter was pretty darn happy.
This weekend is an all important match in the (imaginary) I95 Corridor Cup. New England needs a win, or they will remain at the bottom.
The Revolution have buried Sainey Nyassi on the bench in much the same way they seem to have buried their scoring boots. The real question, though, is why?
Players from the the New England Revolution react to the tragedy at the Boston Marathon on Twitter.
Gone are New England's days of "we will attack!" Now, it is a new breed of "smash-mouth soccer."
Seattle and New England played to an ugly 0-0 draw. Twitter was not amused.
The New England Revolution are not having trouble keeping other teams from scoring. It's actually scoring the goals themselves that has proven to be difficult.
Early on, Diego Fagundez is not playing a lot of minutes, but he is being looked at by fans as the future of the Revolution. Time to be patient with the organization and the kid.
Breaking down the enthralling, riveting, gripping, history-entrenched rivalry between the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union...or not.