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Toyota Stadium looking from the east side as the teams walk out before a game

MLS needs to show best teams over big market teams on national television

The MLS schedule was released Thursday evening, along with the national television schedule. It looks like a good deal for the league with ESPN carrying the majority of its games on its main channel and the over-the-air FOX channel showing four games. But the league needs to show more than just a handful of teams in the national spotlight.

Toyota Stadium looking from the east side as the teams walk out before a game

MLS postseason guarantees excitement

Tt's easy to see why MLS gets such a bad rap from the "proper" footballing community for it's postseason format. But as much as those folks want to ridicule the league's playoffs, it certainly provides quite the entertainment for supporters and neutrals alike no matter what teams are involved. And that is what makes it worth everything that comes with a playoff.

Toyota Stadium from the west side as FC Dallas and Orlando City play

Western Conference likely to again boast of MLS Cup winner

To say that the Western Conference is stacked is an understatement. Last year, it was a brutal conference just to get into the postseason. Just ask the Portland Timbers, who finished the season with 49 points, a total that might have put them into the playoffs on the Eastern Conference side of the bracket (depending on how the tiebreakers went).