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The Sports Network's Major League Soccer Rankings
(As of Tuesday, Sept. 30)

From The Sports Network

TeamRecordPrevious Rank
1- LOS ANGELES GALAXY16-5-92
Continued astounding form with a thrashing of RBNY.
2- SEATTTLE SOUNDERS FC18-9-31
Rebounded from defeat with a win over lowly Chivas.
3- D.C. UNITED15-9-64
Extended lead atop the East with narrow win over the Union.
4- COLUMBUS CREW11-9-105
Inched toward the playoffs by topping Montreal at home.
5- FC DALLAS14-10-66
Playoff berth all but locked up following FCD's defeat of Seattle.
6- REAL SALT LAKE13-7-103
Stumbled at Vancouver to slip into a battle with FCD for third place.
7- NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION14-13-311
Statement win at SKC lifts the Revs into a tie for second place.
8- PHILADELPHIA UNION9-10-117
Five-game unbeaten run halted by a loss at DCU.
9- SPORTING KANSAS CITY13-11-68
Sporting is limping into the postseason after home defeat to the Revs.
10- TORONTO FC11-11-713
Two straight wins have thrust TFC back into the playoff hunt.
11- VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC9-8-1312
Topped RSL to climb ahead of Portland in the playoff race.
12- NEW YORK RED BULLS10-9-119
Poor road form continued following crippling defeat to the Galaxy.
13- PORTLAND TIMBERS9-9-1210
First defeat since Aug. 24 leaves Portland outside the playoff picture.
14- HOUSTON DYNAMO10-13-615
Playoff hopes kept alive by a home win over Chicago.
15- SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES6-12-1114
Salvaged a point at Colorado, but 'Quakes are still winless in 10.
16- CHICAGO FIRE5-8-1616
Fire have the fewest wins of any team in the league.
17- COLORADO RAPIDS8-14-818
Squandered a late lead at home to throw away two points.
18- MONTREAL IMPACT6-18-617
Defeated at Columbus to remain firmly rooted to the East cellar.
19- CHIVAS USA6-18-619
Broke scoring drought but suffered another loss to Seattle.

As of September 30, 2014, at 01:48 PM ET

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