With 79 points, Olsen's Army led the round. Sean Franklin (LA, $5.5M) played two games and contributed two clean sheets as captain to score 26 points. Backing him up was Matt Hedges (DAL, $5.4) with a clean sheet, a goal, and 14 points, as well as Dominic Oduro (CLB, $7.0M) with a goal, an assist, and 11 points. cvIMPACT is back in the lead overall.
Jaime Penedo (LA, $4.9M) played in just one game and led all goalkeepers with 9 points with a clean sheet. Tied for second with 8 points were 5 players -- Chris Seitz (DAL, $4.4M), Donovan Ricketts (POR, $5.4M), Nick Rimando (RSL, $6.3M), Jon Busch (SJ, $5.1M), and Penedo's LA understudy, Brian Rowe ($3.9M). D.C.'s Bill Hamid ($4.8M) scored 4 points.
In two games, LA defender Kofi Opare ($4.0M) scored a goal and added 2 clean sheets for 17 points and the individual overall lead this week. The aforementioned Matt Hedges's 14 points were tied for second with Ibrahim Sekagya ($4.9M) who tallied a clean sheet and a goal. Three players scored for United in defense -- Daniel Woolard ($3.8M) with 3 points, Chris Korb ($3.9M) with 2, and Dennis Iapichino ($4.3M) scored 1.
Montreal's Justin Mapp ($6.4M) played in one of his team's two games, but he still led all at the position with 11 points on an assist and 5 attacking bonus points. Tied for second we have Mike Magee (CHI, $10.3M) and Tim Cahill (NY, $8.1M), who each scored a goal. DCU had 7 midfielders score. Chris Pontius ($8.1M) led with 3 points. Behind him were LEWIS NEAL LEWIS NEAL ($5.2M) and Luis Silva ($6.7M) with 2 points each, and all of Perry Kitchen ($5.5M), Dwayne De Rosario ($9.3M), Collin Martin ($5.5M), and Jared Jeffrey ($6.0M) scored just 1 point.
Gabriel Torres (COL, $7.5M) scored 2 goals for 12 points and the positional lead. Tied for second were the aforementioned Dominic Oduro and Gyasi Zardes (LA, $5.9M), with Zardes notching an assist over his two games. D.C. United saw Conor Doyle ($6.1M) score 2 points and Michael Seaton ($5.3M) score 1.
Chivas plays twice, and everyone else plays once in the final round of the regular season. The first game of the week is Wednesday. RSL and Portland play Chivas, Houston plays DCU, and Montreal plays Toronto, so you have quite a bit to choose from in terms of good matchups. The best of that bunch are Nick Rimando (RSL $6.3M) in goal because he's at home, Bobby Boswell (HOU, $5.7M) in defense because lol and DCU, Will Johnson (POR, $8.2M) in midfield, and Alvaro Saborio (RSL, $9.7M) at forward.
After this week, the floodgates open. We get unlimited transfers to prepare for the wildcard playoff round, so think about making your moves early before everyone starts buying and selling, so you get in while the selling prices go down and the buying prices go up. Also note that we get 10 transfers after the wildcard round.