It may have been an abbreviated round, but (~^-^)~umad?~(^-^~) scored 100 points to lead the league. A trio of Montreal players led the way. Didier Drogba ($10.8) wore the armband and scored 28 points with two goals in two games. Evan Bush ($5.5) earned a clean sheet and saved a penalty for 16 points, while Laurent Ciman ($6.9) earned a clean sheet and 11 points. Poor Man's Porales is still the overall leader.
D.C. United were on bye
Evan Bush led the position and all players with his 16 points. David Ousted (VAN, $5.8) earned a clean sheet and 8 points, while Jesse Gonzalez (DAL, $4.2) did the same for 7 points.
Laurent Ciman's 11 points shared the lead with teammate Donny Toia ($5.4), who earned a clean sheet. Pa Modou Kah (VAN, $7.1) earned a clean sheet and 9 points.
Red Bulls teammates Lloyd Sam ($9.9) and Sacha Kljestan ($10.7) were 1 and 2 this week, with Sam scoring a goal and earning a penalty for 9 points, and Kljestan scoring a goal for 7 points. Montreal teammates Dilly Duka ($7.4) and Nigel Reo-Coker ($7.0) each scored 6 points over two games.
Didier Drogba's 14 points led the forwards. Three players tied with 3 points -- Dominic Oduro (MTL, $6.4), Kekuta Manneh (VAN, $7.4), and Tesho Akindele (DAL, $8.0), the latter of whom did not put it in your goal.
Dallas, the Red Bulls, Portland, Salt Lake, Kansas City, and Toronto all play twice, while everyone else plays once. With unlimited transfers this round and no byes next round, it's a great time to load up on two-gamers. Presuming that Tim Melia (SKC, $5.1) is going to start, he's a good idea @SJ and vs. COL, and Kellyn Acosta (DAL, $6.4) is your man in the back vs. VAN and @RSL. Sebastian Giovinco (TOR, $13.6) is a must play in the midfield vs. NYR and CLB, and even though he's only playing one match, Didier Drogba has six goals and an assist in his last five starts. Play him.