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Major Link Soccer: Amy Rodriguez to have second child

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She doesn't have to be the bane of my existence for a year...

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Seattle

Centurylink Field won't be hosting playoff games this January, but Sounders roommates the Seattle Seahawks are in their fourth-straight playoff run after smashing division rival Arizona Cardinals 36-6. They'll play in the NFL Wild-Card Round at the Minnesota Vikings next Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

The drift compatibility was strong in the runner-up for MLS' best Team Goal of 2015. I think you know the one.

MLS

Currently the low team on the Cascadian Totem Pole, the Vancouver Whitecaps may consider trading up to get an earlier pick in the MLS SuperDraft. And they have an assortment of assets to deal with. Doesn't sound like Christian Techera is going anywhere though.

Steven Gerrard knows as well as anyone that The Office can be addicting pastime, and like for many of us an addiction to television may have stopped him from doing something more meaningful, like getting a coaching certification.

There's so much soccer talent in the New York area that writers can put together a whole list of people to watch.

NWSL

Amy Rodriguez is pregnant with her second child, which means she will likely miss the 2016 Olympics (and can't supply another dagger in any potential NWSL Final re-rematches.)

USNT

It didn't hold a candle to the National Football League, but the FIFA World Cup Final between the United States and Japan last year was the fifth-most watched non-NFL sporting event in the United States last year.

18-year-old US contributor Joshua Perez gets a lot of people excited, and for good reason. That excitement is headed to Italy to join Fiorentina in one of the worst-kept secrets in US Soccer.

Canada's National Team pipeline just keeps getting boned, most recently with Joshua Doughty's appearance at a US camp.

World

Unlike Gerrard, Cristiano Ronaldo is too good for that coaching nonsense. His retirement will simply make his brand game stronger.

Two Olimpico attempts in two consecutive weeks for Ben Watson were about to meet with two consecutive failures. That was, until Manchester City defender (and obviously huge Watford fan) Aleksandar Kolarov had something to say about it: