Although NYCFC remained out of action in Week 6 of MLS, they still hold the top of the table in the East and have conceded the fewest goals in the conference.
With the help of three goals coming after the 88' mark, Atlanta jumped all over LAFC by a score of 5-0. The highest scoring offense in MLS won't be slowing down anytime soon.
Two straight losses for the Crew have them sliding all the way down to the 4th spot in the Eastern Conference, after they suffered a 1-0 loss to the Chicago Fire in Week 6.
A 4-0 thrashing of the Montreal Impact has the New England Revolution sitting comfortably in the 3rd position in the Eastern Conference. This club is now unbeaten in four straight matches.
This club is increasingly tough to judge week to week as they have only played three league matches thus far, tied with Seattle for the league low. Their impressive form in CONCACAF should carry over nicely in games to come.
An off week for the Red Bull's has them sliding down to the 6th spot with a .500 record early on in the season.
Alejandro Bedoya was able to tie up the game at 1-1 for the Union as they battled out a draw against a decent San Jose Earthquake side. Their record stands at .500 and they should be in the playoff race for most of the season.
Two weeks. Two absolute thrillers for Orlando as Dom Dwyer played hero by netting a game-winning goal in the 87' minute to lift Orlando over the Timbers. With a healthy lineup, the Lions have now won their past two matches.
The Fire grabbed an impressive first win of the season as Nemanja Nikolic slotted home the lone goal to give the Fire a 1-0 victory over the Columbus Crew.
An early Taider red card left the Impact shorthanded all night long as they suffered a 4-0 defeat to the Revolution.
The only win-less team in the Eastern Conference has much to prove as they come off a bye in Week 6 of MLS.
A very solid 2-0 victory over the Galaxy has KC sitting in the top position in the Western Conference. If this team can sure up the defense, they have the potential to be the best clubin MLS.
The Whitecaps fell 2-1 against a decent Real Salt Lake squad. This team should stay towards the top half of the standings all year long.
The Galaxy came back to earth after Zlatan stole the show in Week 5, as Sporting KC knocked off the Galaxy 2-0 in front of the LA home crowd. Melia finished with a club record of 10 saves for Sporting KC, proving that there was no lack of offense for the Galaxy.
LAFC was absolutely hammered for the first time in club history as they were on the wrong end of a 5-0 match. Not many worries for this club as this roster will look to rebound in the upcoming weeks.
Rising all the way from 9th to 4th in the West is Real Salt Lake, thanks to a 2-1 upset over Vancouver.
FC Dallas now holds the most draws for any team in MLS, but nonetheless is still undefeated and currently holding the 7th spot in the conference.
A 1-1 draw against Dallas has this remaining at the .500 mark and sitting comfortably in the seventh seed in the Western conference.
Three straight win-less games and now a Week 6 bye has this club sliding all the way down to the 9th spot in the west.
A bounce back game for the Earthquakes of San Jose as they battled to a 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union in Week 6 of action.
A bye in Week 6 will allow Minnesota to regroup as they look ahead towards a Week 7 match against the win-less Timbers.
The groans grow louder in Portland week by week as they allowed an astounding comeback by Orlando City to remain winless on the season.
Three games is too small of a sample size, but zero wins is just enough to keep this club in the basement yet again.