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Recapping the Rankings: Where FC Dallas Fell After Week 11

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Four points out of two games at home in a busy Week 11 was more than enough for some people.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Power Rankings are always a crap shoot but they are always fun to break down as well. Each week (or so), we try to list out all the 'major' Power Rankings from across the net to see where FC Dallas has landed. Just like in previous weeks, FC Dallas sits atop most of the rankings.

The biggest thing about most of these is the fact that people are getting the point about the depth that this club has. They've taken note, it just took 11 weeks for them to do so.

MLSSoccer.com

Rank 1 (last week 1)

Comment: Got four points from two games in four days with essentially one half from David Ferreira. Also did their work without George John and Andrew Jacobson, and missed Jackson for a bit as well. Finding a way to get results in those circumstances means it's official: Dallas are really good.

ESPNFC.com

Rank 1 (last week 1)

Comment: Perhaps FCD has more depth than previously thought. Minus Andrew Jacobson and George John, Dallas grabbed a point against Portland thanks to a contentious penalty, then disposed of D.C. United 2-1. Michel continued his stellar midfield play.

Soccer By Ives

Rank 1 (last week 1)

Comment: Still in the top spot, but the Hoops are showing signs of vulnerability. Playing without George John was tough enough, but if they miss David Ferreira for any length of time, FC Dallas could see their lead atop the West disappear. Rookie London Woodberry did well in place of John, while Blas Perez looked good when deputized into a playmaking role. If John and Ferreira aren't back for Seattle, Dallas could be in for a long day.

Soccer America

Rank 1 (last week 1)

Comment: FC Dallas is 6-0-1 at home and unbeaten in nine matches (7-0-2) after tying Portland and beating D.C. United. Je-Vaughn Watson got the winner against D.C. by guiding a Michel corner kick into the net via his stomach. FCD has outscored opponents 12-4 at home this season; now comes a good road test Saturday at Seattle.

Goal.com (via Yahoo)

Rank 1 (last week 1)

Comment: FCD just keeps churning out results week after week. The midweek draw against Portland - even with the aid of an iffy penalty decision - stands out as a particularly important result because...