After a lackluster performance against Slovakia, U.S. coach Bob Bradley will be hoping for an improved performance against Denmark, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With the U.S. suffering a couple of devastating losses, Bob Bradley will be forced to remodel his lineup in the next few months, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Brimming with confidence after a successful summer, Bob Bradley and his U.S. squad like their chances this time around against Mexico, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Faced with overmatched opposition like Grenada, it's almost impossible to get an accurate reading on the U.S. team's performance. Against Honduras, coach Bob Bradley will get a far better idea, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. gave Brazil all it could handle in the Confederations Cup final, but a remarkable second-half rally by the Selecao handed Bob Bradley's men a 3-2 defeat, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Expect coach Bob Bradley to make changes in both his lineup and formation ahead of the U.S. team's critical clash against Honduras, writes Jeff Carlisle.
While Michael Bradley is a lock to start in central midfield for the U.S., there's a hodgepodge of candidates for the other spot, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Up next for Bob Bradley's men is a road trip to El Salvador, a game the U.S. is expected to win, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. win over Mexico was huge, but coach Bob Bradley aims to keep his squad focused on the next qualifier, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Up next for Bob Bradley's men is a home date against the Soca Warriors (Wednesday, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN2), writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. coach Bob Bradley continues to pin his hopes on misfiring forward Eddie Johnson, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against the Netherlands proved costly as Freddy Adu and Michael Bradley will miss the U.S. game against Nigeria, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The win against Poland showed that under Bob Bradley, the U.S. is learning how to win on the road in Europe, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. coach Bob Bradley will use the friendly against Poland to assess his European-based players up close, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Sweden is another chance for a young U.S. team to find its comfort zone under Bob Bradley, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The next few months are an evaluation period for the U.S. Jeff Carlisle names five players who deserve a look from Bob Bradley.