Run 3

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Game time. All eyes are on the New York Red Bulls as they look to bounce back from a disappointing performance against the Montreal Impact last week and keep their playoff hopes alive. For most big games, there's a pre-game show, a halftime presentation and of course, the match itself. But for the New York Red Bulls, it’s all about the game itself. That’s why tonight's 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Union has such significance in the grand scheme of things. It might not have been pretty, but it was effective and that's what matters most. In this post-Concacaf Gold Cup edition of Taking Notes: A Soccer Notebook, we break down each of those aspects and more as the Red Bulls head into their Week 23 clash at Red Bull Arena against the visiting Philadelphia Union (7:30 pm ET; MLS Live). We also take a trip down memory lane with one special player who graced our pages last

Runner starts with the ball in his own territory, where he is unlikely to be tackled. That means there are only two possible places for him to go with the football: forward or backward. If he takes the backwards route, his team will score a touchdown and win the game. But if he takes the forward route, his team will lose the game and be penalized for doing so. That’s because in football, a lateral is as good as your lateral. When you go to ground, it’s usually because you took a bad angle and were hit by an Army-White Sea (6