Byline: John Haydon, THE WASHINGTON TIMES
After a 2-0 loss at Colorado on Sunday they described as "effortless" and "bad," D.C. United's players couldn't wait to get back home.
United can't win on the road these days - it is 0-10 in away games since Sept. 1 - so games like tonight's against the Chicago Fire at RFK Stadium have become vital.
"On our home field we should have no problem with Chicago," United defender Clyde Simms said.
That might be a bit bold. United is 4-1 at home in all competitions this year and has scored 16 goals in those games. However, the Fire have the best road record in MLS play this season (2-0-1), outscoring teams 5-1 …