during the match at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday September 21, 2019. (Photo by Jacob Gonzalez/Atlanta United)
Photo: Jacob Gonzalez/Atlanta United
Photo: Jacob Gonzalez/Atlanta United

MLS Power Poll Week 29: A change in the top 5

The results of Doug Roberson’s weekly MLS Power Poll:  

1. LAFC (19-4-8) 

Last week: 1. 

Draw with Toronto 1-1. 

Winless in their past five. 

2. NYCFC (16-5-10) 

Last week: 3. 

Draw at Dallas 1-1. 

3. Atlanta United (17-11-3) 

Last week: 4. 

Won at Cincinnati 2-0 and defeated San Jose 3-1

4. Philadelphia (15-9-7) 

Last week: 2. 

Lost at Red Bulls 2-0. 

5. L.A. Galaxy (15-13-3) 

Last week: 9. 

Defeated Montreal 2-1. 

6. Minnesota (14-10-7) 

Last week: 5. 

Draw at Portland 0-0. 

7. Real Salt Lake (14-12-5) 

Last week: 6. 

Draw at New England 0-0. 

8. Seattle (14-10-8) 

Last week: 7. 

Drawn by Dallas 0-0 and lost at D.C. United 2-0. 

9. D.C. United (13-10-9) 

Last week: 11. 

Defeated Seattle 2-0. 

10. New York Red Bulls (14-13-5) 

Last week: 14. 

Won at Portland 2-0 and defeated Philadelphia 2-0. 

Still not a team I’d want to face in the playoffs. 

11. San Jose (13-13-5) 

Last week: 8. 

Lost at Atlanta United 3-1

12. Toronto (12-10-10) 

Last week: 12. 

Draw at LAFC 1-1. 

13. Portland (13-13-5) 

Last week: 10. 

Defeated by New York Red Bulls 2-0 and draw with Minnesota 0-0. 

14. Dallas (12-11-9) 

Last week: 13. 

Draw at Seattle 0-0 and draw with NYCFC 1-1. 

15. Columbus (9-15-8) 

Last week: 15. 

Draw at Vancouver 1-1. 

16. New England (10-10-11) 

Last week: 16. 

Draw with Real Salt Lake 0-0. 

17. Colorado (11-15-6) 

Last week: 18. 

Won at Sporting KC 3-2. 

18. Sporting KC (10-14-7) 

Last week: 17. 

Defeated by Colorado 3-2. 

19. Orlando (9-14-9) 

Last week: 19. 

Defeated at Houston 2-1. 

20. Chicago (9-12-11) 

Last week: 20. 

Draw at Cincinnati 0-0. 

21. Houston (11-16-4) 

Last week: 22. 

Defeated Orlando 2-1. 

22. Montreal (11-17-4) 

Last week: 21. 

Lost at L.A. Galaxy 2-1. 

23. Vancouver (7-15-10) 

Last week: 23. 

Draw with Columbus 1-1. 

24. Cincinnati (6-22-4) 

Last week: 24. 

Defeated by Atlanta United 2-0 and drew Chicago 0-0.

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Doug Roberson
Doug Roberson
Doug Roberson covers the Atlanta United and Major League Soccer.
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