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3 Philadelphia 8 6 7 30
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 By Jason Davis

Colorado Rapids are still top, but big losses see Timbers and NYCFC drop

Check out a quick recap of some of the fun from Portland in the first-ever SportsCenter On the Road from an MLS match.

The two top teams played to a 1-1 draw amid swirling rumors about FC Dallas forward Fabian Castillo's imminent departure, so the real movement in this week's MLS Power Rankings comes further down the ladder thanks to a couple of statement wins. 

1. Colorado Rapids (no change)
Marlon Hairston's emergence in Colorado is good news for a team that probably won't make many additions in the transfer market after spending big on several designated players.

2. FC Dallas (no change)
It took an 82nd-minute 

Keane, Zardes help LA Galaxy end Portland Timbers' unbeaten streak

Early goals from Robbie Keane and Gyasi Zardes lifted LA Galaxy to a road win against rivals Portland Timbers.

Robbie Keane and Gyasi Zardes scored in the opening 11 minutes as the LA Galaxy beat Portland 2-1 on Saturday to snap the Timbers' nine-game undefeated streak.

Zarek Valentin scored for the Timbers, who were stung when they lost veteran defender Nat Borchers to what appeared to be a left ankle injury late in the first half. Borchers was a key piece to the Timbers' team that won the MLS Cup last season.

It was the Galaxy's fourth straight victory in Major League Soccer play, and fifth overall. Los...

Four clubs to face off to establish supremacy in the Eastern Conference

NYCFC's Frank Lampard warns his teammates against complacency ahead of their clash with the Red Bulls next week.

It's silly season in MLS. The big continental competitions are over, and the European teams are in transfer/preseason mode. The schedule in the U.S. is fragmented, and chances are your local team is helping pay the mortgage on its soccer-specific stadium with a gimmicky friendly or two against high-profile South American or European opposition.

Amid all that, we've actually found ourselves in the middle of a mini round-robin tournament for supremacy in the Eastern Conference. The top four teams...