1. (1) Real Salt Lake 8-3-2
Espindola and Saborio each have four goals, one assist, 28 shots.
2. (4) New York Red Bulls 8-3-1
Sizzling with five straight victories and should soon get Henry back.
3. (2) Seattle Sounders FC 7-2-2
Defense uncharacteristically struggled last week in Vancouver.
4. (3) San Jose Earthquakes 7-2-3
Alan Gordon came up big again with yet another 90th-minute equalizer.
5. (9) D.C. United 7-4-3
DeRo is on fire with five goals in six games. He’s two shy of 100 for his career.
6. (6) Sporting Kansas City 7-3-1
Good news? Teal Bunbury scored twice in a rare start. Bad news? D couldn’t hold the 2-0 lead.
7. (7) Houston Dynamo 3-3-4
Will aim for revenge against the Galaxy in rematch Saturday of the 2011 MLS Cup final.
8. (8) Vancouver Whitecaps FC 5-3-3
Deserved better than a tie against Seattle, and Davide Chiumiento wasn’t afraid to say so.
9. (5) Chicago Fire 4-3-3
After a defeat in Portland, Dan Gargan likened the smallish JELD-WEN Field to a “shoe box.”
10. (10) Colorado Rapids 5-6-1
Former Sounder Tyrone Marshall, 37, became the oldest player to score this MLS season.
11. (15) Chivas USA 4-6-1
Big rivalry victory against Galaxy will do well to earn the “other” Los Angeles team some respect.
12. (13) Columbus Crew 3-4-3
Will aim for its first victory against former coach Sigi Schmid in trip Wednesday to Seattle.
13. (14) New England Revolution 4-6-1
MLS Newcomer of the Year? Forward Saer Sene has six of his team’s 14 goals this season.
14. (17) Portland Timbers FC 3-5-3
Long-awaited victory vs. Chicago will be nice boost heading into a rivalry game with Vancouver.
15. (11) Montreal Impact 3-6-3
Expansion side has benefited from four penalty kicks. No other team has taken more than two.
16. (12) Los Angeles Galaxy 3-6-2
The league’s glamour club is winless in five games and dead last in the Western Conference.
17. (16) FC Dallas 3-6-4
More woes. Winless streak is at seven and Brek Shea was suspended for kicking a ball at a ref.
18. (18) Philadelphia Union 2-6-2
Jettisoned team captain Danny Califf to Chivas USA in yet another curious transaction.
19. (19) Toronto FC 0-9-0
Nine-game losing streak one behind RSL’s league record of 10 consecutive defeats in regulation.
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What do you think? Who’s ranked too high or too low?