It has been a rough week for the New England Revolution. A train wreck to a lot of fans. Back to back road losses, both by multiple goals. A 3-1 loss last week to Orlando, in Florida, then this past weekend in Toronto, a 4-1 loss.

Both losses came after New England started to gain some momentum. Two home wins and a road tie in Salt Lake city, and eliminating Philly in the open cup quarter finals, New England had started to build momentum towards a playoff push, as they have some ground to gain on their rivals ahead of them in the standings.

But two ugly multiple goal losses has pegged them back. The Revs occupy the last playoff spot, but with more games played then their rivals looking to jump them in the standings, New England will be looking forward to home cooking to get back in track.

Before this weekend’s match against Columbus, 2nd worst in the East, they have an Open Cup match semi-finals against the Chicago Fire, who are the worst in the East.

Two matches they should win. The fans are already upset enough with the team and organization, and loss this week will only upset them more.