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D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls player ratings form

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We break out the voting form from yesterday's wild one.

D.C. United was on its way to getting shut out, again, at Red Bull Arena to the New York Red Bulls. Since a goal from Nick DeLeon in the 36th minute of an August 31, 2013 game in New Jersey, D.C. hadn't scored since. 593 minutes over 5 and a half matches, until Steven Birnbaum's 89th minute one snapped the streak, and Lamar Neagle's stoppage-time tying effort gave D.C. a 2-2 draw with the Metros, their first points there since a scoreless draw in March 2013. Crazy, crazy times.

So let's get to the voting form. As always, the scale is:

1 - Not a pro (MLS/NASL/USL) quality performance

4 - Average USL starter

6 - Average MLS starter

9 - MLS All-Star

10 - MLS MVP-quality performance

And if one was inordinately better/worse than the other, feel free to make the case in the comments: