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Fantasy Focus: The Curtain Falls

Who stands alone atop the league?

The 2015 MLS Fantasy season is over. The scoring leader in the final round was DemonBarber12, who scored 89 points. Didier Drogba (MTL) set the pace with an armband-aided 24 points on the strength of two goals. Meanwhile, both Sacha Kljestan (NYR) and Waylon Francis (CLB) scored 11 points, with Kljestan tallying a goal and an assist, and Francis tallying a clean sheet and an assist.

The battle for second and third place in the league was extremely close at the end. (~^-^)~umad?~(^-^~) scored three points more than Salisbury United SC in the final round. In related news, (~^-^)~umad?~(^-^~) scored 2410 points overall to finish in second, three points ahead of Salisbury United SC's 2407 points.

Finishing ahead of everyone by a good distance, Poor Man's Porales won the league by 246 points. How dominant is that? The gap between first and second was larger than the gap between second and eleventh (238 points.)

Thank you everyone for playing this season. Let's hope that the Daily Fantasy Monster doesn't devour Fantasy MLS as we know it. See you next year.

Positional Leaders (season)


David Ousted (VAN, $6.0) - 181

David Bingham (SJ, $5.7) - 172

Stefan Frei (SEA, $5.9) - 159


Matt Hedges (DAL, $10.1) - 159

Omar Gonzalez (LA, $10.3) - 158

Matt Besler (SKC, $9.7) - 152


Sebastian Giovinco (TOR, $13.7) - 251 [leading overall scorer]

Benny Feilhaber (SKC, $10.6) - 208

Sacha Kljestan (NYR, $10.9) - 201


Kei Kamara (CLB, $9.9) - 203

David Villa (NYC, $11.6) - 185

Bradley Wright-Phillips (NYR, $11.4) - 180