MLS Week 16: Your Running Commentary



The top two teams in the MLS Western Conference square off today as the Portland Timbers face off against FC Dallas at Jeld-Wen Field in the marquee match of the day (5pm, ESPN).

The Timbers are riding a 12-match unbeaten streak and will be looking to knock off FC Dallas and move into first place in the West.

Here is a rundown of today’s MLS action:

5pm – ESPN – Portland Timbers vs. Dallas FC

7pm – MLS Direct Kick – DC United vs. Toronto FC

7:30pm – MLS Direct Kick – Columbus Crew vs. Montreal Impact

9pm – MLS Direct Kick – Colorado Rapids vs. San Jose Earthquakes

10pm – MLS Direct Kick – Vancouver Whitecaps vs. New England Revolution


If you will be watching today’s MLS action, please feel to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

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23 Responses to MLS Week 16: Your Running Commentary

  1. Pace says:

    Ref letting a lot go.

  2. SanFran415 says:

    What the #### MLS referees? Referee sees an intentional headbutt and only gives a talking to. COME THE HELL ON.

  3. CW in LA says:

    I’m a little surprised to see Ricketts playing today (plus I wish I’d known before I set my fantasy team’s lineup, but oh well). Did the Jamaican team release him because they’re clearly not going anywhere?

    • ... says:

      Jamaica is done with qualifying till September. The Mexico/Jamaica game scheduled for the 18th was moved to the 4th so Mexico could go to the Confederations Cup.

    • bryan says:

      check SBI more often. that was common knowledge. lol

  4. petedx says:

    Timbers really missing Rodney Wallace, Alhassan in his place is a huge step down.

  5. Kevin_Amold says:

    Wow. Amazing from Nagbe.

  6. ed - houston says:

    come on!! dallas, get a result, its one of the few times i root for you.

  7. SanFran415 says:

    That was completely intentional. Piqionne grabs his arm and then the FC Dallas player swings his arm back above his own head and gets him right in the face.

    • Leo says:

      I can’t believe the announcers were trying to argue otherwise.

      • SanFran415 says:

        They just try to placate everything I believe. you knew it was going downhill when the referee did nothing about the headbutt even after his @ssistant told him.

  8. Leo says:

    This is some of the worst officiating I’ve ever seen.

  9. petedx says:

    Wow, wish Peru had another qualifier, ’cause Portland could have 3 or 4 if not for Fernandez.

  10. bryan says:

    lol charra…

  11. Fredo says:

    Worthless Dallas… Worthless

  12. Nate says:

    Dived Ferriera was in rare form today. Ref was in completely over his head today. Missing egregious fouls and handballs but making phantom calls left and right. I would’ve booked Chara about half an hour earlier and how Loyd and Jackson were still on the pitch (and not even booked!?!?) at the end is entirely befuddling. Maybe back to ref school for awhile.

    • Brian says:

      Lloyd could be sent off in almost every match he plays. His only skills are acting and throwing his body at people.

  13. Jon says:

    Glad to see him getting minutes, but Wenger had a rough half for Montreal.

  14. chris_thebassplayer says:

    Lenny trying to dodge the DC by going undercover as Adam Jahn…awesome goal.

  15. Nick4235 says:

    I don’t care that Agudelo is probably heading to Europe next Winter. That trade was freaking awesome for the Revs.

    The Revs are really young too. Average starting lineup is 23.27 years old with oldest player at 27.

    As I type this…Rowe!!!

  16. atd says:

    Too bad Farrell ruined this VAN-NE game.