When you’ve been to five games, you’re done. Time for the New England Patriots to start rebuilding.

The New England Revolution have been through some ups and downs this year, but they’ve been on a winning streak and finally looked like a legitimate contender.

Now the question is when do they start rebuilding?

They have some time to do it before their schedule kicks off on Sept. 10, but for now, the only thing on their minds is to start the season off right.

They’ve won three of their last four games, including a 5-1 win over the Montreal Impact.

The Revs are tied with the New York Red Bulls for the best record in Major League Soccer (4-3-3), and with a couple of weeks left in the regular season, they’re hoping to take their run into the playoffs to a new level.

They have the potential to do that, but it’s also time to start thinking about their next move.

With only two weeks until kickoff, here’s a look at what to watch for in the coming weeks.

New England vs. the LA Galaxy Saturday, Sept. 9, 7 p.m.

ET (FOX Sports 1, Fox Deportes) The Revos are back in the MLS Cup Playoffs, and after a tough first round defeat, they’ve bounced back.

They are on the verge of their second consecutive MLS Cup victory, which would make them the first team to win it since the Seattle Sounders in 1996.

It’s a big step for the Revs, who haven’t won the MLS Cups since 2008.

They also beat Toronto FC 2-0 on Saturday night, their second win of the season.

The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1.

New York vs. FC Dallas Saturday, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.r.m., Fox Sports 2 The New York City FC defeated the Colorado Rapids 2-1 on Saturday, earning a spot in the final of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

The two sides will meet in the Round of 16 for the first time since 2006, with the winner taking home the championship.

The win gave NYCFC a 1-0 lead in the tiebreaker, and they’ll face a San Antonio FC team that’s now tied with FC Dallas for the second-best record in the Western Conference.

The winner of this game will advance to the Round.

New Orleans vs. D.C. United Saturday, Dec. 8, 7, 10 p.p.m, ESPN The New Orleans Saints are still looking for their first win of 2016.

They haven’t been in the postseason since 2008, and are now 1-5-1, with a loss in the first round of the playoffs.

New Saints head coach Sean Payton has been criticized for his team’s inability to win games, and the team has dropped four straight.

The Saints have only two wins this year (a 1-2 draw with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday and a 2-2 home loss to Houston on Sunday), and they’ve won only once in their last 10 games.

New New Orleans is also 2-4-2 in the playoffs and has yet to score more than three goals.

Dwayne De Rosario has been a huge contributor in this slump, scoring five goals in his last seven games.

He’s averaging 2.2 goals per game, and De Rosaria has scored six goals and six assists.

New Jersey vs. Toronto FC Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 a.m.-1 p.s.m ET (TSN2, TSN4) New Jersey has lost two consecutive games, losing to Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday, and losing to FC Dallas on Sunday.

New Jerseys fans have to be grateful for the way this team has rallied and turned things around.

They won the Supporters Shield, which is considered the most prestigious trophy in Major Soccer.

However, the team also needs to take care of business against Toronto FC, who are unbeaten in their past four games.

The Impact have won their past two games, with wins over D.L. Scott and the Montreal Dynamo.

They’re also unbeaten in three straight games.

Toronto is also undefeated at home.

If they can stay in the mix, Toronto will be a tough team to beat.

Montreal vs. Colorado Saturday, Aug. 23, 7-8 p.l.c., TSN The Colorado Rapids have had some struggles lately, and it’s going to take some time for them to find their form again.

The Rapids have lost three of four games to start 2017, including three in a row to the Houston Dynamo.

The teams have been locked in a one-goal game at the end of regulation, and have gone into extra time only once.

The Colorado team has struggled defensively all year, with two players getting sent off this season.

That will be key to their success this year.

It won’t be easy for the Rapids to find consistency, as they haven’t had a winning record since 2007.