The saving grace for those who don't like it is that this happens to every team equally and in a way gives extra reward to teams doing really well and extra punishment to those doing really bad. It's also very self correcting in that the teams impacted by this need to maintain their top form, and the second they stumble the fall will be a little harsher. So I'm not too terribly worried. In the end, people only really look at the ranking anyway.
So I think I gave away who the best team is. DC stays atop the rankings, followed by San Jose and Salt Lake city, who partially redeemed themselves. Again, I'll bet we see a massive swing in rankings from others who dropped RSL too much earlier on. Slow and steady wins the race here and I don't like the seismic shifts a lot of people who put out rankings seem to employ.
In other news, Dallas gets a draw which pulls them away from Toronto, who revert back to their old selves, and New York stumbles a bunch. Kansas City's draw doesn't help them and Chicago falls off the cusp while Seattle stops the bleeding and settles out still in the top 10.
Here's the full table.
Salt Lake City