I never felt that the unbeaten home streak of the 2005 San Jose Earthquakes was justified. The team didn't lose any players to the Gold Cup competition that year, and the home field advantage of their weird stadium was just too partial for me to believe that the record was earned purely by their performance.
Chivas USA, on the other hand, plays in the Home Depot Center, and teams have done plenty of winning there against them in previous seasons and against the Galaxy this season. The team lost players to the Gold Cup and Copa America, yet they stayed on track at home. Today they're chasing the Supporter's Shield in an away game versus Real Salt Lake, but the home record is important, too. Colorado and Houston are the only teams left that can knock Chivas USA from their unbeaten perch.