There were only five games in Week 15 but the results mean the Power Rankings have changed yet again.
Seattle won their ninth game of the year on Saturday night as they piled more misery on FC Dallas with a 3-0 win at CenturyLink Field. That victory moves them back to the top of the Power Rankings as we approach the midpoint of the season.
DC United drop away from the top after a disappointing 1-0 loss to Orlando City on Sunday night. That loss saw DC lose back-to-back games for the first time in 2015 and they need to regroup quickly ahead of a tricky game with New England Revolution next time.
Orlando will be delighted with their win against DC and they continue to climb the Power Rankings on a weekly basis. The Lions are now up to 12th and look set to move into the top ten sooner rather than later.
Fellow expansion franchise New York City FC won their second consecutive game against Montreal Impact on Saturday and now look to be on a much better path than the one they were on a few weeks back.
They are off the bottom of the Power Rankings for now as Chicago Fire fall to last place following a third-straight defeat as they lost 2-0 to New England at Gillette Stadium.
18 teams will be in action next weekend, while the US Open Cup will keep teams busy during the week.
Here’s how the MLSGB Power Rankings look after Week 15:
What do you make of the latest Power Rankings? Do Chicago Fire deserve to be in last place?