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Published: Sunday, Oct. 31 2010 12:25 a.m. MDT

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toddfromsantaana
Santa Ana, CA

Very disappointing. I knew this would be a tough tie. I personally think RLS stopped playing after scoring so early. You knew Jeff Cunningham again would come back and haunt us. A sub comes in and scores in seconds.

I do not know. Our hex spot is winning in Dallas. If it was not for Rimando, we would have lost much sooner. It seemed we were hanging on the last 1/2 hour as the ball always in our end.

Morales questionable yellow or not, getting a Red was dumb as you cannot do anything out of the norm.

We can win at home, but this is going to be a tough task with a Great Dallas team.

iRSLfan
Salt Lake City, UT

Another ugly game from RSL. A home game will be good to get some momentum going again. I'm not hitting the panick button yet we beat them 2-0 once at home I think we can do it again. If it does end up 2-1 or 1-0 after the home game then I have confidence in Rimando's PK saving skills.

WE GOTTA WIN as long as we win regular time I think we're through.

soccerman
Charlottesville, VA

Another poor game from Kevin Stott and RSL. The inconsistent handling of the game by MLS officials is maddening! Now two players who should be playing next week won't even be dressing. I can't believe Kevin Stott is even under consideration along with Baldomero Toledo for referee of the year; simply ludicrous as both have a history of inconsistent officiating.

Let's hope that RSL can step up the intensity again (without Javi) next week to get back those goals at our fortress: the RioT!

rideacruiser
Salt Lake City, UT

At least we'll have a full stadium on our half of the series! C'mon RSL!!!

randal
Salt Lake City, UT

I believe in our guys. They play with more confidence at Rio T than any other team at their home field.

manutd
Milford, CT

where is the midfield?

beckerman looks slow, is he injured or something. he was basically walking all game.

why is grabavoy even on the field. dude doesn't belong on the field in key playoff games.

morales, why? now we have to beat them without out our best playmaker.

good luck rsl, you have a nice whole to dig out of.

Not So Fast
Salt Lake City, UT

I predict a loss at home. The streak has run its course and balance will return to the universe and pitch and RSL will make a shocking exit from the playoffs. I hope not but I expect it.

Chadders
Murray, UT

Why in the world does Kreis keep taking out effective players and putting in Findley! Go to Europe already!!!!! PUT IN PAULO!! He can score and he will actually run. Playing to not lose will guarantee you don't win almost every freaking time! We had a great year because we didn't take any crap and didn't let the refs or anyone else stand in our way. We knew we would win and played accordingly. Let's get back to that, stop playing Findley and get on with it.

Nussdorfer AC
Salt Lake City, UT

To be honest RSL has had a dominating game for quite a few games. Even the 2-0 win over Dallas had more luck involved than anything else. However, RSL has always done well when their backs were to wall. They will also have a great crowd behind them.

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