Monday, June 12, 2017

June 10th, 2017

This combines last weekend's games with the three played on Saturday. Last week, New England got two good results to boost them up the standings by 36 points. Portland also saw an increase of 35 points. Despite falling 30 points, Toronto still have a fairly sizable lead on the rest of the pack.

After nearly a decade of being the de facto king of conferences, the West has very clearly been surpassed by the East this year. The Eastern Conference average of 1510 is the highest it has been since September 13, 2008.

Friday, May 26, 2017

May 21st, 2017

Philadelphia are up a staggering 105 points from where they were a month ago. Other big movers include New York City (+58), Toronto (+57), Chicago (+52), Orlando (-57), New York Red Bulls (-61), and Seattle (-61).

Toronto is currently crushing all season leading metrics, and have a predicted 6.2 point cushion over the runner up for Supporters Shield.

Friday, May 5, 2017

April 30th, 2017

DC United's win at Atlanta this past weekend was by far the biggest rating mover. Atlanta's 32 point fall dropped them from 4th to 8th, while DC moved from 17th to 11th. Dallas stays undefeated and retains the lead, but drops rating points for drawing at home.

Monte Carlo estimates this week show a two week change since I forgot to run them last week.