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MLS Recap: Rivalry Week winners

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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 DC United 13 5 10 44
2 NY Red Bulls 12 6 7 42
3 Columbus 11 8 8 41
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50-50 Challenge: RBNY vs. D.C. United

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 By Jason Davis

Jesse Marsch's N.Y. Red Bulls top MLS Power Rankings after routing D.C.

The New York Red Bulls were in good form in their match against DC United at their home stadium in Red Bull Arena, with Bradley Wright-Phillips scoring a brace.

Week 26 of the 2015 MLS season not only delivered a handful of thrilling rivalry games, it created some movement in the Power Rankings. New York maintains the top spot thanks to a big win over D.C. United, but with less than 10 games to go for most teams, no one is staking a strong claim for the consensus No. 1.

1. New York Red Bulls (no change)

A 3-2 loss to the lowly Fire in midweek threatened to undo the Red Bulls' recent good play, but a decisive 3-0 victory over D.C. United on Sunday put Jesse...

 By Jason Davis

Seattle, San Jose and New York Red Bulls the Rivaly Week winners in MLS

Relive the best moments from the past week in MLS, including Seattle's victory over Portland, Diego Fagundez's winner for New England and Bradley Wright-Phillips' volley for the New York Red Bulls.

Yes, it's a marketing contrivance on the part of Major League Soccer to lump together a handful of rivalry matches in a single weekend. No, that doesn't mean we have to be cynical about the entertainment on offer.

Once again, Rivalry Week delivered, and this edition had implications for playoff spots, seeding and quite possibly, the Supporters' Shield. These were games that mattered, and not just because the teams facing off didn't like each another.

Portland went down 2-1 to Seattle in a controversial...

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Obafemi Martins leads Sounders to win over Timbers, Red Bulls roll D.C. United

Obafemi Martins and Brad Evans scored for the Seattle Sounders in a 2-1 victory over rivals Portland Timbers at CenturyLink Field.

Obafemi Martins scored his 10th goal of the season in the opening minutes, Brad Evans converted a disputed penalty kick just before halftime and the Seattle Sounders beat the Portland Timbers 2-1.

Seattle picked up a second victory of the season over its Cascadia rival, but more importantly got a needed three points in the Western Conference playoff race before a crowd of 64,358, the fourth largest crowd for an MLS game in Sounders' history.

Seattle started the day in seventh place and outside of...