Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
|Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
|Last week’s rankings in parentheses
||Blistering pace has the Timbers with 30 points already; the team had 34 in all of 2012.
||Nearly flawless at home (6-0-1) while every other East team has at least two losses.
||Real Salt Lake
||Boast the only current three-game winning streak, also MLS’s best in the last 10 at 7-2-1.
||Walker Zimmerman didn’t make the U-20 World Cup but did score a late equalizer vs. KC.
||Winless in four (0-1-3) and Benny Feilhaber didn’t even travel for the last road game.
||Just got Gonzalez and Keane back, but could soon lose Donovan for the Gold Cup.
||NY Red Bulls
||A report from France says 38-year-old DP Juninho won’t be returning in 2014.
||Time for a run? July is Seattle’s second-best month all-time (1.93 points-per-game average).
||Got bonus time with Jerry Bengston after an early return from the Honduran national team.
||Boasts the Player of the Week yet again after Camilo’s two-goal, one-assist performance.
||Jack McInerney is finally getting help now, as Conor Casey has three goals in two games.
||Could be hard to find a more deserving MVP than Mike Magee if Fire makes the playoffs.
||Three straight losses has been a big blow in what will be a competitive race in the West.
||One of two teams that has scored more goals on the road (10) than at home (9).
||MLS Cup finalist hasn’t won in six games, the team’s longest drought since 2011.
||Last year’s Supp. Shield winner would be last in the West were it not for lowly Chivas.
||The ship has steadied with three games unbeaten (1-0-2). Baby steps, it seems.
||The club record 13-game winless streak is mercifully over! Previous win was March 9.
||How bad is it? Fans commissioned a skywriter to protest ownership during a game.