A few weeks ago, I titled my column “Good Teams Beat The Bad Teams.” Since then, we’ve lost to two bad teams – Houston and Minnesota – but we’ve also beaten a good team – Columbus. What does that make us? Good? Bad? I have no idea. 1) For the second straight game, the Timbers started the game with so little energy that it looked like we were playing Barcelona. For the first 45 minutes, the Timbers were lethargic, they were second to every ball, and they were allowing Minnesota to dictate how and where the game would be played. On Minny’s first goal, Julio Cascante shoulders much of the blame. Watch how he runs with Darwin Quintero. If Cascante doesn’t run? If he holds his line? Quintero’s offside.