So we're at the midpoint of the season, and I really like what I see from this team. Still not thinking it's a playoff team, but they're fun to watch, and that's a huge plus from last year. They're also on their way to their best home record in a few years, another plus. For (what seems like) the first time this year, they're actually at a +2 in goal differential, and after having just 1 clean sheet in the first 12 games, they have three in the last 5 (all of those three at home). There's a buzz about this team that has been missing. And as a Revs fan, you absolutely have to love that the main core is mostly young and built for the future. So ... what are people's thoughts? Who's been a disappointment so far, a plus, mediocre? For me, Joseph and Moreno have been a disappointment. Lozano's already gone, so no worries about him. Nguyen has been the biggest surprise, without a doubt. Blah ... Tierney's crosses, Reis' general play. Looking ahead is interesting. If the Revs don't take at least 4 points in the next two games, I'll be disappointed (TFC and @ Montreal). After that comes a tough stretch with @ KC, @ Philly, and then KC at home. 3 points in those three games would be surprising to be honest. Montreal at home should be a win, followed by @ Chicago and @ Columbus (hopefully 2-3 points in those two), followed by a key three game home stand that the Revs have to take at least 6 points from to be in the playoff hunt (IMHO), Chivas, Philly and Crew. Then we end with the toughest stretch of the season @ DC, RBNY, @ Houston, @ Philly and Chicago at home, and ending at Montreal. If nothing else ... this is so much more fun.