As I was reading an article on the Revs-Mutts game (it's posted on the postgame thread, but for convenience sake: http://www.cybersoccernews.com/mls/revs/050625revs-mets.shtml ), I noticed the passage that Heaps, Ralston, and Cancela all scored their first goals of the season. That's not surprising for JH, but it struck me as bizarre that Stevie and Pepe did not have a single goal between them for the first 13 games of the season. So I was thinking of who has scored for us (thanks to mlsnet's stat page): Noonan 8 Dempsey 6 Twellman 6 Cancela 1 Dorman 1 Heaps 1 Ralston 1 Leonard 1 Smith 1 Joseph 1 (PK) Now, I'll take goals however they come to us: Free kicks, PKs, own-goals (but we can't always play LA) . My question, though, with the Gold Cup and future WC qualifiers on the horizon, is this: would you guys rather see a more even distribution of goals among our players? Obviously it's great to have three different players with 6 goals each, since it forces the defense to be extremely wary and play honest. But the fact that, through 14 games, the rest of our squad has only scored 7 goals worries me. Where are our goals going to come from while Dempsey and Noonan are away? (And before you say TnT, remember, defenses are probably going to tighten the clamps on him and not give him half the chances he would normally have with Demps and Noonan). Obviously, there are a lot of factors for why the goal-scoring distribution is the way it is, but wouldn't it be a little nicer if someone on the team besides Clint, TnT, and Pat could score more than one goal by nearly the midway point of the season? Maybe I'm overreacting here (quite possible) , but I can't help but feel a little uncomfortable when looking at that stat. What do you guys think?