07-Mar-2018 09:09:00 | ESPNFC
The guys examine the first weekend of the MLS season, preview the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals and discuss Mexico's plan to freeze promotion/relegation.
For what seems like forever, depth -- or the lack of it -- has been the bane of MLS teams' existence in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Sure, the tournament calendar does MLS sides no favors, given that they are barely into their campaigns while their opponents are in midseason mode. But it is the inability to build a deep roster that ultimately does MLS teams in. When injuries, suspensions or simple fatigue strike, Liga MX sides have a much deeper well from which to draw, and that is borne out...