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Week 9 One Sentence Previews

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This is a trial of the one-sentence previews I referenced on the week 8 review podcast episode. Basically, the idea is I will preview each game for the upcoming week, but I am only allowed one sentence per match. If people like the idea, it would become a Patreon feature moving forward. Due to this, feedback on the idea would be greatly appreciated.

Alright, here we go!

Week 9 One-Sentence Previews

FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo - Texas rivalries between two teams in good form are a rare yet welcome occasion.

Philadelphia Union vs. CF Montreal - Two playoff-level teams face off yet again after an entertaining match earlier this year.

Minnesota United vs. Chicago Fire - Will Minnesota's trend of 2s or Chicago's trend of 0s continue this weekend?

DC United vs. New England Revolution - DC United need a reset game and New England look there for the taking.

Sporting KC vs. Columbus Crew - Two teams in a dark place head into battle.

Austin FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps - The classic David vs. Goliath; what could go wrong?

Colorado Rapids vs. Charlotte FC - Two teams with clear ideas of how they want to play will prove whose approach is better.

San Jose vs. Seattle Sounders - New manager bounce, home-field advantage, and Seattle's looming CCL final point to a San Jose win.

Portland Timbers vs. Real Salt Lake - All signs point to a close game due to Portland's continued timidness and Salt Lake's expected cautiousness.

LA Galaxy vs. Nashville SC - If this season is anything to go off of, expect fireworks in this one.

Inter Miami vs. Atlanta United - Bad team in good form vs. good team in bad form.

Orlando City vs. New York Red Bulls - Can Orlando City deal with Red Bull's difficult high press?

New York City FC vs. Toronto FC - NYCFC look for revenge at Citi Field.

FC Cincinnati vs. Los Angeles FC - Two good attacks and two decent defenses should mean a lot of fun for the neutral.

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