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Revolution Commentary

New England Revolution commentary, analysis, and opinion.

Big test awaits for backline against NYRB

Revolution defense will be challenged with the absences of Henry Kessler and Jon Bell

Revolution v. Montreal: Three thoughts

Traustason has looked good playing more centrally, plus two more thoughts.

One Shining Moment in Revs 5-0 victory over Inter Miami

After every game day, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

One Shining Moment in New England’s 1-0 victory over Atlanta United

After every game day, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

Revs v. Atlanta: Three Thoughts

It was an active night for the DPs, plus two more thoughts from Revs v. Atlanta

3 thoughts on Revs victory over Atlanta United

After rewatching Saturday’s matchup, here’s what stood out for the New England Revolution in the 1-0 victory.

English isn’t required: Why Stephen A Smith is wrong

Speaking English isn’t a requirement to be a star in the United States.

One Shining Moment in 3-2 loss to Toronto FC

After every game day, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

The Bent Musket Roundtable: Who should start at CB?

The Bent Musket discusses who should start at center back

One Shining Moment in 2-2 draw with Columbus Crew

After every game day, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

One Shining Moment in 2-1 loss to FC Dallas

After every game day, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

Former Revs executive says success of rumored rebrand tied to on-field product

Former #NERevs executive Brian O’Donovan talks about the origins of the crayon flag and what the rumored rebrand could mean.

This is the perfect time for the Revs to rebrand

If this truly is a new era then I’m all for a new crest.

The Bent Musket roundtable: State of the Revolution entering international break

The New England Revolution entered the international break at the top of the Eastern Conference but it’s time to reflect on how New England performed so far this season.

Grading The Potential Leaked Revs Rebrand

The most polarizing current (and only) logo in Major League Soccer is sure to generate a lot of opinions.

The Day The Crayon Flag Might Have Died in Tweets

Twitter was all a buzz about a potential new Revolution logo. There was good, not bad, and vomit emojis...but overall, a far more positive response than a lot of other recent rebrands.

Ethan Horvath throws wrench in Matt Turner’s USMNT aspirations

The Unites States Men’s National Team defeated Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League Finals and the surprising emergence of Ethan Horvath has New England Revolution fans wondering where Matt Turner lands on the depth chart.

One Shining Moment in 1-0 win over FC Cincinnati

Every week, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

One Shining Moment in 3-1 win over New York Red Bulls

Every week, we will break down one shining moment from New England’s latest matchup.

Three Thoughts on the Revolution’s 3-1 win over 10-man Red Bulls

The Revs were not the dominant possession team they perhaps should have been against shorthanded and later 10-man Red Bulls squad, but the scoreline says otherwise.

The Third Yellow vs. The MLS Office of Player Safety

The talk after the Revs-Union game midweek was about calls that cost someone points in the standings. The Third Yellow cares more about a lack of decision and discipline that might cost a player their season.

New England Revolution Attacking Overview: A-List Strike Group of Buksa, Bou, Bunbury, and Boateng

Buksa and Bou are the Designated Players but it was Teal Bunbury who rose up when needed last year. Can this group find their playoff form for all of 2021?

New England Revolution 2021 Central Midfield Overview: Yes, Carles Gil is a CAM

Carles Gil is back at full health and not just for the playoffs. And no, I don’t want to talk about why he’s starting at RW and not in the middle at the moment.

2021 New England Revolution Preview

Here’s what you need to know before the New England Revolution begin their 2021 season on Saturday night.

New England Revolution 2021 Defensive Overview: Turner Train and The Backline

Taking a look at Matt Turner and the Revs backline ahead of the start of the 2021 MLS regular season.

The Bent Musket roundtable: The case for and against a new logo

With MLS completing it’s 25th season and many teams undergoing a rebrand, the staff at The Bent Musket ponders if it’s time for a change in New England.

New England Revolution: Selecting the best jersey in club history

With the New England Revolution having released their new away kit, The Bent Musket selects the best jersey in club history.

The Bent Musket Preseason Predictions: New England Revolution 2021 Team MVP

The staff at The Bent Musket makes their predictions for who will be MVP for the New England Revolution in 2021

This drill will improve your shooting

Rick Sewall has a tip for any players looking to shoot like Gustavo Bou.

New England Revolution: Remembering Alexander Buttner’s best moments with club

With Alexander Buttner and the New England Revolution mutually parting ways, The Bent Musket looks back on his great moments with the club.

Revolution’s Biggest “Needs” Heading Into 2021 MLS SuperDraft

New England’s roster is already pretty stacked, but there’s still a few areas on the depth chart that could be bolstered with today’s draft.

New England Revolution: A tribute to club legend Diego Fagundez

With Diego Fagundez officially leaving the New England Revolution, The Bent Musket reflects on our favorite moments from his time in New England.