1. (1) Los Angeles Galaxy 13-3-9
Rebounded from a bad loss to Portland by dominating FC Dallas 3-1.
2. (3) Seattle Sounders FC 11-5-8
The legend of Mauro Rosales keeps growing (two goals, four assists in six games).
3. (2) FC Dallas 12-6-6
Marvin Chavez is red hot, with all of his team’s goals (4) in the past three matches.
4. (5) Real Salt Lake 10-5-6
Resolve will be tested down the stretch; nine of its final 13 games are on the road.
5. (6) Colorado Rapids 9-6-10
Soaring offense (35 goals, tied for the West’s best) has led to three wins in four games.
6. (4) Columbus Crew 9-7-7
Offense? Who needs it? East leaders has just 24 goals scored, tied for third worst in MLS.
7. (8) Sporting Kansas City 7-7-9
Unbeaten streak, perfect home record were spoiled in a two-minute breakdown vs. Seattle.
8. (7) Philadelphia Union 8-5-9
Plateauing a bit, but securing the full rights to defender Carlos Valdes was a super move.
9. (12) Chivas USA 7-8-8
Robin Fraser’s team has surprisingly put itself in a playoff position in points per match.
10. (10) D.C. United 6-6-9
Dwayne De Rosario is the first back-to-back winner of MLS Player of the Week since 2008.
11. (11) Houston Dynamo 6-7-10
Co-leading scorers (Weaver, Cameron, Bruin) have four goals, the lowest team-high in MLS.
12. (15) Portland Timbers FC 7-10-5
Big week highlighted by a 3-0 shutout of the Galaxy, its first home win since May 21.
13. (9) New York Red Bulls 6-6-12
Superstar roster is sinking fast with no wins in its past five (0-4-1, 10 goals allowed).
14. (13) New England Revolution 4-10-9
Impressive debuts of DP Caraglio and youngster Fagundez were bright spots in defeat.
15. (14) San Jose Earthquakes 5-8-10
Winless streak has hit 10 games, and five of the next seven games are on the road.
16. (18) Vancouver Whitecaps FC 3-11-9
Big win followed by a big move: coach Martin Rennie of Carolina (NASL) takes over in ’12.
17. (17) Toronto FC 3-11-11
Offense scored seven goals on a three-game trip (1-0-2). Defense, though, allowed nine.
18. (16) Chicago Fire 2-7-13
One win in 20 games, plus an embarrassing 4-2 loss to Vancouver, deserves the bottom spot.
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What do you think? Who’s too high? Too low?