That'll do, Timbers. That'll do.

Portland won't be a part of the Major League Soccer playoffs in its inaugural season, leaving (WARNING: KNIFE TWIST AHEAD) Seattle as the last MLS team to crash the postseason as an expansion side.

The Timbers were officially eliminated from contention when New York beat Philadelphia 1-0 on Thursday night in a thrilling match between two Eastern Conference contenders, giving the Red Bulls the three points they needed to distance themselves from both PTFC and Chicago. The playoffs aren't set just yet, but top three seeds will likely be Los Angeles (your 2011 Supporters' Shield winner), the aforementioned team from up north and Saturday's foe Real Salt Lake.

"Could've been worse," Timbers fans sighed. "Could've been Vancouver."