Monday, April 18, 2011

Week 5 Rankings

I can't have a blog and not do MLS rankings. So now that we've dusted this off and started anew, I gotta get back to my rankings.

I haven't done these in a while... we'll see how this goes.

1. Real Salt Lake: Could be one of the league's best-ever teams
2. LA Galaxy: Solved offensive problems.... by playing without Beckham, Donovan, Angel
3. Philadelphia: Dropped points at the death; should have done better to finish match
4. Colorado: Difficult midweek Rocky Mountain Cup setback
5. Seattle: Finally, a contribution from Montero
6. New York: Rodgers may have turned around Red Bulls' season
7. Columbus: Sporting KC's strong attack no match for Crew defense
8. Houston: Signs of life in southeast Texas
9. DC United: Charlie Davies, frontrunner for Newcomer of the Year
10. Portland: Too bad they can't play all their games at Jeld-Wen Field
11. FC Dallas: Felt the power of Jeld-Wen Field
12. San Jose: On the wrong end of a rout
13. Vancouver: Home field hasn't been an advantage of late
14. Sporting KC: Scoring goals wasn't supposed to be an issue
15. Chivas USA: Defense coming together - one goal allowed in last three games
16. Chicago: Misleading stat - Fire have scored in every game
17. New England: Goals are hard to come by for lowly Revs, and Lekic ain't the answer
18. Toronto FC: Bottom may have fallen out

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