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MLS Standings 2012: Revolution Continue To Sink

The New England Revolution are not enjoying a banner season. In fact, the team has become perhaps the worst MLS club with a franchise record 10-game winless streak staring them in the face.

New England hasn't won a game since July 8 when it defeated the New York Red Bulls, 2-0, at Gillette Stadium. In the almost two months since, the Revolution has earned only three points in 10 matches courtesy of draws.

Here are the current playoff qualifiers in the MLS' Eastern Conference:

  1. Sporting Kansas City 50 points
  2. New York Red Bulls 46 points
  3. Chicago Fire 44 points
  4. Houston Dynamo 42 points
  5. Columbus Crew 42 points

D.C. United and the Montreal Impact are both still fighting to earn a playoff berth, with the clubs only one and three points behind Columbus. However, D.C. has played one more contest while the Impact have played three more.

In the Western Conference, the San Jose Earthquakes have the most points of any team in the MLS with 53.

For a full look at the standings, please click here.

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