Monday, May 9, 2011

Late Blast Rankings (May 9)

1. Real Salt Lake - How long do they last at this spot without Morales?

2. New York - Very impressive at times, looked vulnerable at others.

3. LA Galaxy - See above.

4. Columbus - One goal - chance for draws; two goals - chance for win

5. Seattle - Did well to recover from midweek loss at DC United

6. Philadelphia - At some point this season, and soon, Philly's gonna have to start looking to go forward more often

7. Portland - Learning how to win close games at home; now we just need to see that on the road

8. FC Dallas - Gutted out a road shutout

9. Colorado - Slowly coming out of it; that it's without Casey is a good sign

10. Chivas USA - Mondaini's tackle = moronic; Chivas USA had chance for road draw

11. Houston - Looked good for a long stretch but was it for real?

12. Chicago - Draws could give some confidence for a team that needs it

13. Vancouver - Showed some resiliency in earning first road shutout

14. New England - Effort improved, but Revs are back to not scoring

15. - DC United - Snapped two-game, eight-goals-allowed streak with scoreless draw

16. - San Jose - 'Quakes got confidence-booster in USOC win over Portland

17. - Toronto FC - A win! Finally

18. - Sporting KC - It's not Sporting KC's year - they don't even play and drop into last place

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