The Rowdies' fall season slump continued with a 2-0 loss to the host Indy Eleven on Wednesday night, but Tampa Bay (2-5-1) remained in position to qualify for the NASL's four-team playoffs heading into Saturday's home match against Minnesota United. Tampa Bay and Minnesota have 26 points each in the combined spring and fall season standings. Minnesota is in third place because of a better goal difference. The Rowdies are fourth.Rowdies coach Thomas Rongen made six changes to his starting lineup from the team that had lost to Fort Lauderdale on Saturday and changed from a 4-3-3 to a 4-4-2. Goalie Matt Pickens made his first start since July 18. Defender Rich Balchan and midfielder Richard Menjivar each made his first start since May 30. Midfielder Justin Chavez made his first start since April 11. And forward Darwin Espinal started after missing three games on international duty.