Articles written by: Jeremy Lane

Jeremy is one half of the All Three Points podcasting duo. Follow him on Twitter @jertxt. (He never tweets.)

All Three Points / Featured / Podcasts

All 3 Points podcast: Only we can fix it

Right on schedule, it’s the All 3 Points podcast.

Commentary / The Overlap / Union

The Overlap: Good-but-not-great

Getting back to winning ways is a good thing, but the Union still aren’t hitting the heights they are capable of.

Commentary / The Overlap / Union

The Overlap: Cliff diving

Jeremy Lane takes off the rose-tinted shades and asks: Are the Union in a slump?

All Three Points / Featured / Podcasts

All Three Points podcast: Catching up

It’s been a while, but they’re back! Chris and Jeremy talk Atlanta, Columbus, Chicago, and take some quickfire questions from Twitter.

Analysis / Featured / Tactical Analysis / Union

Match analyses: Columbus and Chicago

It’s been a busy week in Unionland, with three games packed in. As a result, Jeremy Lane gives you a two-fer today, with analysis of both the home win over Columbus and the road draw against Chicago.

Commentary / The Overlap / Union

The Overlap: Soccer in the Flower City

Indulge Jeremy Lane as he takes a non-Philly soccer detour into the past and future of the Rochester Rhinos.

Analysis / Featured / Tactical Analysis / Union

Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 3–0 Portland Timbers

An undermanned Portland Timbers side came to Subaru Park on Sunday, and were summarily dispatched, 3-0. Here’s how the Union did it.

Commentary / The Overlap / Union

The Overlap: Are the Union actually bad?

After watching the Union slog it out in the heat against a mediocre DC United team, it’s worth asking.

Commentary / The Overlap / Union

The Overlap: Assessing the early season

Everybody take a breath. Jeremy Lane uses this short break to look back on the season so far.

Analysis / Featured / Tactical Analysis / Union

Match analysis: Chicago Fire 0–2 Philadelphia Union

On Saturday afternoon, the Union comfortably dispatched with a weak Chicago Fire team, 2–0, without ever hitting high gear.