D.C. United was good, but not good enough. Back from the World Cup break, United was threatening against Seattle and even dominated in several statistical categories.
It has been a longstanding joke that the US does not care about soccer, but recent television ratings are starting to show otherwise.
Even with a starting eleven that did not resemble its first choice lineup, D.C. United believed it could get a result against the Rochester Rhinos in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup.
D.C. United's bid for a new stadium at Buzzards Point in Southeast D.C. is still working its way through the approval stage.