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After seeing the boxscores for this weekend’s game, one could not help but notice that there were a lot of goals scored. This week’s chat questions focus on this offensive explosion.

Q1: What are some causes for the increase in offensive fire power in the WPS this year?

  • What impact does the consolidation of talent have on the increase in goals scored?
  • Did the overall talent of the 2010 WPS draft class help increase offensive fire power?

Q2: How does the increase in goal scoring bring in fans to the games?

  • Does this increase viewership of the FSC televised games?
  • Will expansion in the future dilute the offensive fire power?

Q3: What is your favorite play of the week?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

This week’s chat questions are heavy on the fandom and light on the business – just like a good PB and J should be, heavy on the peanut butter and light on the jelly.

Q1: Who is your favorite player that plays forward in the WPS?

  • What is your favorite play of the season that they have made?
  • What is your favorite skill of theirs?
  • Were they always your favorite player or did seeing them play in the WPS help you choose?

Q2: Besides scoring how does this player impact their team?

  • Are they a leader on the team, vocal or otherwise?
  • Are they an energizer for their team?

Q3: What is your favorite play of the week?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

With the Men’s 2010 World Cup over, the Women’s U-20 World Cup starting, and the qualifiers for the 2011 Women’s Cup ramping up, this week’s questions must be discussed. We will delve deeper into how these events will impact and have impacted the WPS.

Q1: How does the promotion and coverage of the sport of soccer impact the WPS?

  • Did the main stream sports media coverage (ESPN) of the 2010 World Cup benefit the WPS?
  • How will the coverage of the Women’s U-20 and 2011 World Cup benefit the WPS?

Q2: What impact will national team call-ups have on the WPS?

  • Will it change the outcome of this and next season?
  • What national teams are you excited to see play?
  • Does your liking of a WPS player have an impact on which national teams you are looking forward to see play?

Q3: What is your favorite play of the week?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

This week’s questions are really kind of a mash-up. Three out of the four question look toward the future and one looking at the past. With the season half over have you wondered if your team has been eliminated from the playoffs and what will they do next season. Or who will your team face during the playoff run and what is the likelihood that they would bring home the trophy. This and more is up for discussion in this week’s chat.

Q1: How is the playoff picture shaping-up?

  • Are any teams eliminated?
  • Which teams need a strong second half?
  • Which team is poised to make a playoff push?

Q2: What should non-playoff teams do to improve?

  • Would signing players to fit in at the areas where the team struggled help?
  • Would hiring a new coach help?

Q3: What is your favorite play of the week?

Q4: What would you like to discuss in the upcoming weeks?

Join us on Monday at 8pm EST to throw your thoughts into the mix. Just log on to Twitter, Tweetchat, or Tweetgrid, and use the #WPSchat tag.

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