In today's installment of our midseason grades series I'm going to take a look at the strikers and forwards, breaking down how
plan to attack has fared thus far in 2012.
With expectations entering the 2012 campaign bordering on the optimistic, last year's 16th ranked scoring side (out of 18, mind you) had really nowhere to go but up. With several offseason acquisitions aimed at remedying this problem, New England still began the year looking for that talismanic scorer they hadn't seen since
A product of the Bayern Munich development system, the 6'3" blonde-mohawked French dynamo entered the Revolution camp and immediately began making an impact. Sene opened up his 2012 scoring account against the
in late March, scoring in the first minute and entered the record books as the scorer of one of the fastest goals in team history.
Fifteen matches and seven goals later, Saer Sene has spear-headed the Revolution attack that currently sits eighth in the league in scoring with 24 goals for, well on pace to shatter last season's mark of 38.
However, after Sene? It's a crapshoot ...