Late Goal Eases Pressure on U.S. in World Cup Qualifying - from The NY Times' Brian Sciaretta: It was a difficult week for the United States....
U.S. can breathe after stunning win against Antigua; more thoughts - from SI.com's Grant Wahl: What's more, Klinsmann picked a strange time to teach a lesson....
USA's performance should worry fans - from Fox Soccer's Kyle McCarthy: Good teams usually do just that against poor opposition.
Eddie Johnson revival puts U.S. on brink of advancing - from ESPN's Paul Carr: Ten of Johnson’s 14 international goals have been in World Cup Qualifying.
THE USMNT GOT THE JOB DONE, BUT ANOTHER FLAT PERFORMANCE IS A CAUSE FOR CONCERN - from Soccer By Ives's Ives Galarcep: but there were as many questionable decisions made by Klinsmann as there were good ones.
Klinsmann's men slay the minnow - from Soccer America's Mike Woitalla: So why wouldn’t the USA relish facing a squad ranked 106th in the world?
Three things we learned from a terrible trip to the Caribbean - from MLSsoccer'com's Matthew Doyle: Quite simply, it's because the creative attacking players we have are, for some undisclosed reason, in Klinsmann's doghouse.
Takeaways from the U.S.’s win in Antigua: States find their hero - from Pro Soccer Talk's Richard Farley: From then on, it was the same, attack-challenged U.S. we’ve come to know under Jurgen Klinsmann.