Revs backup goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth has put pen to paper on a new contract on Thursday. Does this mean Bobby's the keeper of the future, or is it nothing to write home about?
The month of March held little to recommend it, but the play of Andrew Farrell has been a lone bright spot through all of the struggles. As a result, he's earned TBM's player of the month honors.
Holy crap this is hilarious.
The Revolution didn't play a great game against FC Dallas the other day. Here's a look at how Steve and Corey rated their performances.
The Revolution fell prey to lax finishing and a poor first half, losing 1-0 to FC Dallas at home for their second defeat of the season. New England still has yet to score a goal in 298 minutes.
The Revs are not playing their best game of soccer at Gillette this afternoon, and are frankly lucky the score is still 0-0. Dallas has been unable to put away their chances.
The Revolution are just about to take the field against FC Dallas on a beautiful spring day in Foxboro. Come follow along and talk about it with us on our open discussion thread!
Revolution fan favorite and homegrown player Diego Fagundez gets the nod up top tonight as the Revs take on FC Dallas at Gillette Stadium. Is Jay Heaps moving to a 4-4-2?
The Revs are wrapping up their two-game home stand with a lively clash against FC Dallas. The Revs are building a reputation as defensive stalwarts, while Dallas is coming out of the gate with explosive offensive firepower.
The Revs are welcoming Dallas to Gillette Stadium on Saturday, hoping to score some goals and keep up their stellar defensive record. We talked to the guys at Big D Soccer to get the skinny on the Hoops.
The Revs have loaned Tyler Polak, Bilal Duckett, Gabe Latigue, and Matt Horth to Rochester. Pretty obvious choices overall, but were there others that might have needed the experience?
The United States are about to take on their biggest rivals, the people we all love to see beaten most of all...Mexico. Come follow along with us in our live thread!
The Revolution home opener is against SKC, and the Revs don't play so well against them. We talked to Andy Edwards from The Daily Wiz to find out how things stand in the Heartland.
Last week's loss to the Union hurts, but it's not all doom and gloom for the Revs. Going into their home opener, the boys from Foxboro just pulled off three points from a possible six on a real tough road swing.
Union defender Bakary Soumare requested a trade to leave Philadelphia for more playing time. Is this a guy the Revolution should be interested in, and can a deal even be done?
We took questions from all of you for the mailbag! This week we talk Revs midfield, Andy Dorman, the future of Farrell, and Sainey Nyassi's role with the team.
The Revs lost it late to the Union at PPL Park on Saturday, but there were one or two strong performances. Who stood out, and who just had a bad day at the office?
PPL Park isn't a traditionally fun place to be for the Revs, so learn a little bit more about the Union from the Brotherly Game in this week's Q&A. You'll hear some surprising opinions about Le Toux and John Hackworth.
In a totally expected move, Jerry Bengtson was called up to the Honduran national team for their World Cup qualifiers in the next two weeks. He'll miss the Revs' home opener.
Diego Fagundez has signed a "multi-year extension" to stay in Foxboro, according to a Revolution team release.
The Revolution beat the Fire on Saturday night on a Jerry Bengtson goal. Several players turned in excellent performances, so check out our ratings and vote for your Man of the Match.
The inaugural TBM Mailbag is full of interesting questions. We cover Shuttleworth playing hockey, US World Cup Qualifying, Kelyn Rowe, Revs predictions, Olivier Kapo, and even a question for the Revs support from Phil Schoen!
The Revolution picked up a win in their first match of the 2013 season, defeating the Fire 1-0 in Bridgeview.
Jerry Bengtson got the Revs off to the start they needed, putting away the winner off a good sequence to defeat the Chicago Fire 1-0 in Chicago. It was the Revs' first win there since 2007.
The Revolution defense has held firm despite giving up several chances to the Fire in the first half. The scores remain locked at 0-0.