Lately there have been many posts about how meaningless/dull regular-season MLS games are. Here's an idea: Because of the single-entity concept, MLS in effect pays all the players salaries. Under this plan, a certain amount of money would be retained by MLS and paid to the winning team players after each regular-season game. Let's say each player on the winning side gets $1,000. Losers get zilch. Maybe players in ties get $250 each. Obviously, there are details to work out. How do you pay subs, players who get red-carded, players who never get in the game? Maybe they would get a percentage based on minutes played. Would this motivate the players to try to win? Each player on a team that wins 20 regular-season games would make an extra $20,000. If that doesn't motivate them, raise it to $1,500 a game, or $2,000, while dropping their base (guaranteed) salaries proportionately. This is similar to golf or tennis, where money is won based on performance. What do y'all think?