There weren't many positives for the U.S. team to draw upon after its second consecutive poor outing on European soil, writes Jeff Carlisle.
After a lackluster performance against Slovakia, U.S. coach Bob Bradley will be hoping for an improved performance against Denmark, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Slovakia gives the U.S. a chance to adjust to its lineup and prepare for life without Charlie Davies, 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.
Despite being assured of its World Cup berth, don't expect the U.S. to let up against Costa Rica, writes Jeff Carlisle.
A U.S. victory over Honduras would ensure World Cup qualification, but achieving it is will be far from straightforward, writes Jeff Carlisle.
One of the most underrated players of his generation, not only was Hugo Perez the U.S. team's first Latino, he was also the its first genuine playmaker, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The Americans haven't exactly made it look easy, and they'll have to grind some more to reach South Africa. But a talented U.S. remains in the pole position in its qualifying group, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. looks to improve on its subpar road form in qualifying when it takes on a Trinidad & Tobago team that is likely low on confidence, writes Jeff Carlisle.
A win at home against El Salvador is imperative if the U.S. team wants to ensure a smooth passage for World Cup qualification, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Can you fathom how dominant the U.S. would be if more American genetic freaks decided to pursue soccer? The landscape would be completely different -- or would it, asks Jeff Carlisle?
Despite the U.S. team's strong summer, a nagging doubt remains about the midfield's inability to maintain possession, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. vs. Mexico at Estadio Azteca
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.
The loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup final won't have dented the U.S. team's confidence, but the United States' historically poor performance in Azteca remains foreboding, writes Jeff Carlisle.
It's an inexperienced U.S. lineup that will face El Tri in the Gold Cup final, but the team is confident it can maintain its psychological edge, writes Jeff Carlisle.