Joshua Mayers’ MLS power rankings
Last week’s rankings in parentheses
Rank Team Comment
1 (2) Real Salt Lake Perennial contender jumps to the top with MLS-best, seven-game unbeaten streak (5-0-2)
2 (1) Portland Lost for the first time since March after going a man down early Sunday against the Crew
3 (5) Sporting K.C. Three were named to the All-Star Game, which Kansas City will host: Zusi, Besler, Collin
4 (3) Montreal Patrice Bernier is cool as can be from the PK spot, having converted all eight attempts
5 (7) L.A. Galaxy The unstoppable Robbie Keane has seven goals and eight assists in just 11 games
6 (9) Vancouver At long last, the much-publicized winless streak in the Cascadia Cup ended at 0-7-5
7 (4) FC Dallas Hosts RSL this weekend having been dominant head-to-head, 9-0-2 in all competitions
8 (10) New England Some midseason awards have newcomer Jose Goncalves as MLS Defender of the Year
9 (8) Sounders FC Will get a huge boost in the return of three-time team MVP Osvaldo Alonso from injury
10 (6) N.Y. Red Bulls Parted ways with Brazilian midfielder Juninho after a short and disappointing DP stint
11 (12) Colorado One of the surprise teams in the Western Conference has three of its next four at home
12 (11) Philadelphia Winless in three and star forward Jack McInerney is away with the U.S. at the Gold Cup
13 (16) Houston Finally scored (it had been since June 1) and finally won (it had been since May 8)
14 (13) Chicago Mike Magee was hot in L.A. (six goals in 10 games) but even hotter with Fire (five in six)
15 (15) Columbus GK Matt Lampson earned a huge shutout win vs. the Timbers in his first game of the year
16 (14) San Jose Hosts Seattle on Saturday, without MVP Chris Wondolowski, having lost five of seven
17 (17) Toronto FC The reported signing of star Diego Forlan has been denied, but the team is DP shopping
18 (18) Chivas USA On a three-game unbeaten streak, but they were all ties, so the winless streak is at 13
19 (19) D.C. United

Made a number of moves Tuesday, including the trade acquisition of TFC’s Luis Silva