With five goals in his last five games, including three in his last two, Didier Drogba is the unanimous top pick in the forwards rankings for Sunday's four-game playoff slate.
With Sebastian Giovinco away on international duty, Bradley-Wright Phillips steps into the top spot in the forwards rankings for MLS' three-game Wednesday slate.
He may not get a lot of love from USMNT coach Jurgen Klinsmann, but Sporting KC's Benny Feilhaber is a top choice for MLS' two-game Wednesday slate.
Sebastian Giovinco has gone back-to-back games without a goal, but a home match against Orlando City keeps him at the top of the forwards rankings.
Sebastian Giovinco leads MLS in shots and shots on goal, is second in goals, third in assists and top of the rankings list this week.
Our three MLS rankers each have a different player at the top of their forwards list, but Kei Kamara is the composite top name at the position.
Despite a number of star players unavailable because of the Gold Cup, there is still plenty of firepower in MLS this weekend, headlined by the Galaxy's Robbie Keane.
A short slate and international competitions reduces the player pool, but a few familiar faces are still near the top of the rankings this week.
Kei Kamara co-leads the league in goals scored and will face off against the Fire on Friday night.
Juan Agudelo is one of two New England forwards to make the rankings for Friday's slate of games.
Fresh off scoring one of the best goals of the season, Obafemi Martins takes the top forward spot in the Week 8 rankings.
The Galaxy's Robbie Keane grabbed a first-place vote in the forwards, but does he take the composite top rankings?
With a number of star players away on international duty, the weekly rankings have a few extra names that could pay off for fantasy owners.
With many top names off in Week 3, Robbie Keane is a unanimous choice as the top forward.