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Joshua Mayers’ power rankings

Joshua Mayers ranks the MLS teams.


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Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
Last week's rankings in parentheses
RankTeamComment
1 (2)Real Salt LakeThe Jeff Cassar era is off to a strong start, and a fine 3-0 win vaults them back to the top
2 (6)ColumbusStar Federico Higuain has an amazing 19 goals, 18 assists in 45 games for the Crew
3 (4)Sporting K.C.Dom Dwyer’s ferocious winner might as well have had flames coming off the back
4 (10)FC DallasWelcome to the Mauro Diaz Show: The young Argentine was the breakout star of March
5 (8)Vancouver Attack is looking lethal with veteran Kenny Miller, speedy youngster Darren Mattocks
6 (1)HoustonLimps home from Vancouver having to face 3-0-1 Dallas, then three straight on the road
7 (3)Toronto FCBack to reality: perfect start came to an abrupt end with a 3-0 thrashing in Salt Lake
8 (7)L.A. GalaxyReturns from a bye to face Chivas USA, having beaten its rival 10 of the last 12
9 (5)Sounders FCThe best way to get over two losses in three games? Winning away at rival Portland
10 (9)ColoradoFive PKs in three games is an MLS record; Vicente Sanchez (4 goals) isn’t complaining
11 (12)PhiladelphiaVincent Nogueira scored his first goal, but ‘D’ couldn’t hold lead even with man advantage
12 (11)PortlandWill have some comfort at 0-2-2 having won the West last season after an 0-1-3 start
13 (17)New EnglandSeason’s first goal was a gift of an own goal, but the second was a stoppage-time score
14 (15)Chivas USADan Kennedy showed he’s still among the MLS elite with jaw-dropping saves in N.Y.
15 (14)N.Y. Red BullsRemains the early disappointment of the season after barely tying Chivas USA at home
16 (16)ChicagoEx-Sounder Jhon Kennedy Hurtado scored just his second MLS goal, his first since 2009
17 (13)San JoseThe ’Quakes were beaten at their own game: a late goal, this one by Revs’ Lee Nguyen
18 (19) MontrealMarco Di Vaio’s return saw immediate reward as his shorthanded goal earned a road point
19 (18)D.C. UnitedPressure is starting to grow on Eddie Johnson, who is yet to open his account with D.C.


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