http://www.mlsnet.com/MLS/news/mls_...29&content_id=18003&vkey=mlscup2004&fext=.jsp . . . in 30 games this year, the Rapids scored 29 times. Twenty-nine goals. That's it. For those of you who aren't paying attention, that is the lowest goal total in the history of MLS. For those of you who can't add, this is the first time a team has scored fewer goals than games played. On paper, this is the worst offensive team this league has ever seen. But look on the bright side: they did manage to score two more goals than Roy Lassiter did in 1996. Lassiter alone scored 27 goals that year. You can bet this might be the last time I say this. I miss Carrieri.