Power Rankings Ruiz

POWER RANKINGS: Week 33 Recap, presented by Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine

FC Dallas is back on top of the Supporters' Shield standings just one point away from clinching, and it's hard to deny something special is happening in Frisco. Take a look at what the soccer world is saying about FCD heading into Decision Day: 

MLSSoccer.com: 1 (Last week: 1)

They sit in the driver's seat for the Supporters' Shield.

ESPNFC.com: 1 (Last week: 1)

There was scoffing when FC Dallas brought 37-year-old Carlos Ruiz back to MLS, but it might be his goal in the 2-1 victory over Seattle that leads the club to its first-ever Supporters' Shield.

SI.com: 2 (Last week: 2)

FC Dallas took back the top spot in the Supporters’ Shield race thanks Carlos Ruiz’s dramatic late winner in a 2–1 win over Seattle...Dallas will travel to the Galaxy with hopes of wrapping up the Supporters’ Shield. They can secure their second trophy of the season(after the U.S. Open Cup) with a win, a tie, or a loss and a tie/loss by Colorado. If Dallas loses and Colorado wins, Colorado takes the Shield.

SBISoccer.com: 1 (Last week: 1)

Two late goals from Max Urruti and hero Carlos Ruiz saw FC Dallas take a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Sounders and take back control of their Supporters’ Shield destiny. A lot of travel awaits, as FCD will need to travel all the way to Guatemala for a CCL match against Suchitepequez on Thursday before visiting the LA Galaxy on decision day. The good news for FCD: thanks to tiebreakers in their favor, a draw or better will secure a double of the Supporters’ Shield and U.S. Open Cup, leaving the door open for a historic treble possibility.