They're edited together there. If you're curious as to what my rankings were compared to the collective, here they are.
Wizards – Freddy Adu named them as the best team in MLS and who am I to argue, especially when they hung tough without Eddie Johnson. Kansas City Red Bulls – Angel is class, but Watterus is revealing a few chinks in his armor. New York
- FC Dallas – No Cooper and a weary Ruiz adds up badly, but still better than the
scoreline indicates. Toronto New EnglandRevolution – No Ralston, no Twellman, no Parkhurst but Nicol’s boys still display his gritty fight.
– Brad Guzan is priming for the Copa America USA
- DC United – Putting the early season Humpty Dumpty together again.
- Colorado Rapids– It’s hard to remember when Conor Casey was going to be the next McBride.
Fire – Were probably cheering Chicago in the Gold Cup in hopes of getting Cuauhtemoc Blanco in sooner. Costa Rica Dynamo – Waiting on the return of their Canadian contingent. Houston FC –Four goals is a nice way to leave their fans hungry for more just before their extended road trip. Toronto – Nate Jaqua can score! So can Edson Buddle! The news was almost as shocking as watching that makeshift backline play together for the first time. Los Angeles
- Columbus – They do have some good players – and it will probably be more fun to watch Danny Szetela, Robbie Rogers and Tim Ward in the U20 World Cup and Ned Grabavoy in the Copa America than with the Crew.
- Real Salt Lake – One keeps fighting the urge to want to see Jason Kreis pull off his business suit, Superman-style, and run out to the pitch to score and save this team.