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 By Jason Davis

Chicago back on top as disappointing draw against lowly D.C. drops Toronto

The Fire snapped a three match winless streak vs. New England, with Juninho's long-range effort sealing the win.

The Fire are back on top after Toronto tripped up against the league's worst team in D.C.

1. Chicago Fire (+1): The Fire couldn't overtake TFC for first in the East after their 4-1 destruction of New England, but they did reclaim the No. 1 spot in the Power Rankings.

2. Toronto FC (-1): It took an own goal for the first-place team in the East to salvage a 1-1 draw against the last-place team, D.C. United. MLS!

3. New York City FC (no change): This just in: David Villa is very good. The defending MVP is starting to look like this year's MVP after a hat trick in a 3-2 win over the Red Bulls.

4. Sporting Kansas City (no change): A questionable penalty helped host Sporting to a 1-1 draw with Atlanta in a game the home team probably should have won.

Substitute Jacob Peterson scored a stoppage time goal to help Atlanta steal a point at Sporting KC.

5. Atlanta United (+1): Another impressive road result via a 1-1 draw in Kansas City for the expansion team that looks more and more like a playoff contender.

6. FC Dallas (-1): After a 3-1 loss in Philadelphia, Oscar Pareja's men have dropped two in a row and shipped seven goals in the process. Blip or worrying trend?

7. New York Red Bulls (no change): The Red Bulls not only saw their four-game winning streak come to an end with a 3-2 loss in the Bronx, they lost the bragging rights in the battle for New York.

8. Seattle Sounders (+1): The Sounders' counterattack worked to precision in a 4-0 romp at Minnesota United. It's now seven unbeaten for Seattle.

9. Vancouver Whitecaps (+2): The Caps' slow climb up the standings in the West continued with a 2-2 draw in Colorado. Fredy Montero is leading the way.

10. San Jose Earthquakes (+1): Chris Wondolowski's ninth goal of the year helped the Quakes to a 2-1 win over Crew SC and put him one goal away from double-digit goals for an eighth straight season.

11. Portland Timbers (+1): How good is Diego Valeri? The Argentine put in another virtuoso performance in the Timbers' 3-1 win over the Galaxy on Sunday.

12. Houston Dynamo (-4): For the Dynamo, every point on the road is a bonus. A goalless draw in Sandy, Utah -- especially after Alex's sending-off -- represents progress.

13. Columbus Crew SC (-3): Crew SC sit above the red line, but with 10 games left, even a 2-1 loss in San Jose stings just a bit as they push for the playoffs.

Major League Soccer: CJ Sapong (17') Philadelphia Union 1-0 FC Dallas

14. Philadelphia Union (+4): The Union are a maddening mix of good and bad. Bad, like last week's 3-0 loss to New England. Good, like this week's 3-1 showing against Dallas.

15. LA Galaxy (-1): After a 3-1 loss in Portland, the Sigi Schmid era isn't exactly off to a great start in L.A. Problems in midfield need sorting out.

16. Orlando City SC (-1): Getting Cyle Larin back on the scoresheet is a good thing for Orlando, but losing 2-1 in Montreal won't help the playoff chase.

17. Real Salt Lake (-1): RSL couldn't take advantage of a man-advantage in a goalless home draw against the Dynamo. Goals should come.

18. New England Revolution (-1): The Revs had a chance to build on a pair of wins with a statement against the Fire. Instead, they fell flat in a humbling 4-1 loss in Chicago.

From Diego Valeri's strike to David Villa's Hudson River dominance, relive all the goals from the 22nd round of MLS action.

19. Montreal Impact (+2): Montreal's season suddenly looks like it has some life with the return of Ignacio Piatti to his irresistible form. The 2-1 win over Orlando is evidence to that.

20. Colorado Rapids (no change): The single point the Rapids earned in a home 2-2 draw with Vancouver wasn't enough to pull them off the bottom of the table in the West.

21. Minnesota United (-2): Expansion life (usually) means the whiplash of inconsistency. A 4-0 loss to the Sounders at home wasn't totally shocking for the Loons.

22. D.C. United (no change): Such is the state of United's season that they played some of their best soccer of the year and still only managed a draw.

Jason Davis covers Major League Soccer and the United States national team for ESPN FC. Twitter: @davisjsn.

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