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Filibuster podcast episode 127: D.C. United's draw against Houston Dynamo, road game against Vancouver Whitecaps

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We review the game against the Houston Dynamo, and then talk to Jon Szekeres about the surprising Vancouver whitecaps

The podcast was up yesterday, but here is the post for the newest episode of Filibuster! Jason, Ben, and Adam review D.C. United's tie against the Houston Dynamo and wonder if giving up leads is becoming a trend and whether or not we need to worry about it. We then ask whether or not Houston actually outplayed United like the mainstream media says they did, the lack of confidence shown by D.C. United's forwards, and the team's overall play. We then break down Ricardo Clark's goal and pass around some blame, before talking about the context of D.C. United's 11 points thus far this season.

We then bring on Jon Szekeres of Eighty Six Forever, SB Nation's Vancouver Whitecaps blog, to talk about United's trip to the Pacific Northwest. We ask what has changed since their opening loss to Toronto FC, their most recent game against Real Salt Lake, and their current formation. We then get into VWFC's shaky defense as a whole and Jordan Harvey and Sam Adekube in particular, Matias Laba and his importance to the team, and end by asking how United should gameplan Vancouver. Give it a listen!

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