The 2015 season was a low point for the Houston Dynamo. After an 11-14-9 record, Houston earned the third-last spot in the Western Conference. Things got even worse in 2016, as Houston finished at the foot of the Western Conference table. It was the third successive season Dynamo failed to qualify for playoffs. Historically, the Dynamo are a strong force, making four MLS Cup appearances. They became an MLS team in 2006 and captured two MLS Cup victories from their first two seasons, beating New England in both finals.
After five years in the Western Conference, Houston became an Eastern Conference team in 2011 because the Vancouver Whitecaps and Portland Timbers joined the MLS. That same year the Dynamo looked to repeat its championship successes from 2006 and 2007. They made it to the finals in both 2011 and 2012, but fell on both occasions to the LA Galaxy.
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In 2015, Houston gave up 49 goals, the most of any Western Conference team. Things got slightly better defensively in 2016, as Houston conceded four less goals. They had the fourth worst defensive record in the Western Conference, which may not sound like much of an improvement. But baby steps count when you’re one of the league’s worst.
Houston scored 42 goals during the 2015 season, a fairly moderate total. Scoring three goals less in 2016, Houston took yet another step back on the offensive side of the ball.
Houston were average at home and woeful away. They’ll have to improve at either end substantially to have a chance at qualifying for the playoffs. They finished with two wins in 17 away matches, which was one of the worst records in the MLS. At home, Houston managed five wins from 17 games, which, again, was one of the worst in the league.
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