So, here are some questions for all of you, using the stats at soccernet. I've posted the answers below. (Regular season stats only) 1) Which team has received the most red cards? 2) Which team has received the fewest red cards? 3) Which team has received the most red cards in one season? 4) Which team has received the fewest red cards in one season? 5) Which team has had the most penalties? 6) Which team has had the fewest penalties? 7) Which team has the best scoring rate on penalties? 8) Which team has the worst scoring rate on penalties? 9) Which team has had the most penalties in one season? 10) Which team has had the fewest penalties in one season? 11) Which team has the best scoring rate on penalties in one season? 12) Which team has the worst scoring rate on penalties in one season? 1) The Metrostars have the most red cards in MLS history, with 53 so far. FC Dallas is next with 41. 2) Other than Miami and Tampa Bay (27 each), this honor is shared by Colorado and Columbus, with only 29. 3) The Metrostars hold this record as well, with 11 in 2000. Although, mlsnet only lists them with 10, so that's probably the correct number. Several teams have had 9. 4) The 1999 Columbus Crew are the only team to not receive a red card. 5) The Metrostars with 59, followed by LA and DC. Start your conspiracy theories... 6) San Jose has only got 30 penalties. Only Columbus and Dallas are also below 40. 7) Despite their recent troubles, it's Columbus, followed closely by Dallas and DC. The Crew have made 32 of 39 for a 82.1% conversion rate. 8) That would be the Metros, only scoring 39 of 59 (66.1%). Kansas City and Chicago are also below 70%. Actually, Tampa Bay is the worst, only scoring 17 of 28 (60.7%). 9) The record is 10, shared by 1997 Dallas, 2000 Chicago and 2000 Metrostars. 10) The 2000 Kansas City Wizards had zero, which obviously didn't hurt them one bit. 11) 8 for 8 is the best mark, set by 2003 DC, and matched by 2004's Columbus and Metro teams. 12) The worst rate is 25%. The 1997 Metros and 1999 LA Galaxy went 1 for 4. The most missed in one year is 5, by 2000's Chicago (5 of10)and Tampa Bay (3 of 8) teams.