With less than two months before the start of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the U.S.' striker situation remains a major question mark.
Other than Jozy Altidore and possibly Brian Ching, who currently is battling a hamstring injury, no other forward is a lock to be named to the 23-man roster. Charlie Davies, who was nearly killed in a one-car accident in October, is trying to make a stunning return in time for the Americans' trip to South Africa.
But if Davies can't make it back to full fitness in time, what should U.S. national team coach Bob Bradley do to bolster his strike force?
The depth options up top are limited: Conor Casey (pictured right), Robbie Findley and Edson Buddle have just started their MLS seasons. Herculez Gomez is on fire in Mexico, while Eddie Johnson and Kenny Cooper are struggling to make an impact in Europe. Jen Chang examines the pros and cons of each forward's World Cup case here.
What is the U.S.' best-case scenario at forward? Who should Bradley take to South Africa? Chime in with your thoughts on the U.S.' forward quandary here.