WVH Power Rankings: Week 11

WVH Power Rankings: Week 11

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On June 8, 2010
  • 1 Comments
  • 2010 Power Rankings, 2010 Week 11

There wasn’t too much movement this week, especially at the bottom of the order. A couple teams shifted near the top but no one is touching LA here. The Galaxy are still undefeated here and have all but locked up a playoff spot already here.

Keep an eye out on Colorado right now, they’re quietly moving up the charts and are better than folks realize. If they ever get their offense really going they will be a dangerous team. Same with Dallas who finally showed some true potential this past weekend.

Team Rank Record (W-L-T) Comments
1 (1) 10-0-2 32 pts. They’re making it just look easy now. Tristan Bowen and Michael Stephens both look like the real deal too.
2 (3) 6-3-2 21 pts. They get the bump due to the Crew’s rough week. This week however will tell us a boat load about this squad as they host LA on Wednesday.
3 (4) 6-3-1 19 pts. The game wasn’t much of one but Colorado continues to hammer away and get results.
4 (2) 6-2-3 21 pts. Tough eight day stretch sees the Crew lose two and draw one. I still find them as the class of the eastern conference though.
5 (6) 5-4-2 17 pts. Preki said it was a loss and in a way it was but Toronto still hasn’t lost in all competitions since the beginning of May.
6 (8) 7-5-0 21 pts. New York picked a great week to pick up six points, now they’re back in the thick of things in the eastern conference.
7 (9) 3-2-6 16 pts. We finally got a glimpse of how good this Dallas team can be. Brek Shea looks just ready to breakout right now and his two-goal effort just shows it.
8 (5) 5-4-2 17 pts. Rough stretch for the Quakes, eight days and seven goals against after going four straight without giving one up.
9 (10) 3-4-3 13 pts. Not a pretty win over Philadelphia but it’s three points.
10 (7) 5-6-1 16 pts. Let’s just face it, this isn’t the same Dynamo team that scared folks these last couple years.
11 (12) 4-5-3 15 pts. No doubt that first half against New England was the boost this club needed going forward.
12 (11) 3-7-2 11 pts. Just when you start to get a good feeling about the Revs they pull a stinker like they did in Seattle.
13 (13) 2-5-3 10 pts. Not a loss but not a win, KC has yet to figure out what went so well for them to start the year.
14 (14) 2-6-1 7 pts. Decent effort in Chicago, Danny Mwanga is finally living up to his billing.
15 (15) 3-8-1 10 pts. Held their own in New York but it wasn’t nearly good enough.
16 (16) 2-8-1 7 pts. A scoreless draw against the defending champs is reason to smile in D.C., not something they’ve been able to do much this year.