Monday, April 16, 2007

MLS Power Rankings Week 2

1. Houston Dynamo (-) Win at home keeps them the team to beat
2. Colorado (+3) Manage a draw, despite being down to 10 men
3. Chicago (-1) A draw in Denver wouldn't have been a bad result, but it still seems like 2 points lost
4. New England (+3) Teaching Toronto how to play in MLS
5. Chivas USA (-1) A loss to Houston as Razov's hunt for goal number 100 goes on
6. New York Red Bulls (+2) Mathis could be the the biggest surprise of the season
7. Kansas City (+5) Eddie Johnson is playing near his best again! Curt Onalfo should be a coach of the year candidate for just doing that, let alone beating DC at RFK convincingly
8. Los Angeles (-2) Should be doing better, considering their squad, yet their rookie is the one scoring for them
9. Columbus (-) A tie away from home, though they still can't score
10. D.C. United (-7) No excuses this time, besided Toronto, the only team without a point
11. FC Dallas (-) Dallas are 11-0-2 when Kenny Cooper scores, which isn't hard to believe
12. Real Salt Lake (-1) Freddy Adu is not ready, or am I speaking too early
13. Toronto FC (-) This is going to be a long season for Toronto

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