While I'm agreeing with people, let me say that I also agree with Kevin Keegan - or perhaps, he agrees with me, since I've been saying this about the league abroad for years.
While talking with Dave Denholm on his podcast show, I pointed out that MLS is the other extreme in predictability. With the salary-cap imposed parity, the league is so wide open that teams at the bottom last year - like Columbus - have turned things around. Honestly, there isn't any reason fans of any team in MLS can't hope and aspire to be champions. It simply isn't that way in England. The same teams, the ones with the most money, are at the top year after year.