#1 seed Done. Fini. Ain't gonna happen. With LA and San Jose's wins tonight, both have 45 points, five ahead of the Burn's 40. Even with the Burn winning against New England and DC, there is no combination of results in the two games remaining between LA and San Jose where the Burn can finish in front of both. #2 seed East champ #3 seed Not too likely, but can be done. First, the Burn need to win both their remaining games. Second, either LA needs to sweep San Jose or San Jose needs to sweep LA. This would leave Dallas with 46 points and the unlucky two-time loser between San Jose and LA with 45. An alternative is if LA and San Jose tie one game, and San Jose really slobberknocks LA while the Burn is really slobberknocking New England and DC. This would leave San Jose with 49 points, LA with 46 and Dallas with 46. The first tiebreaker, head-to-head, doesn't break the tie, since each team has won a game and drawn two this season. If all the slobberknocking is good enough to drop LA's +9 goal differential and raise Dallas' +1, then Dallas could possibly win the second tiebreaker. I wouldn't count on this, however. #4 seed All the following scenarios get Dallas there: Dallas wins both of their final two games, and it doesn't matter what anyone else does. Dallas wins one and draws one. Colorado loses or draws at least one of their final two games. Dallas wins one and loses one. Colorado loses at least one of their final two games. MetroStars lose or draw at least one of their final three games. Dallas draws both of their final two games. Colorado loses at least one of their final two games. MetroStars lose or draw at least one of their final three games. (Dallas owns the head-to-head tiebreaker against both teams.) Dallas draws one and loses one. Colorado either draws both their final two games or draws one and loses one. MetroStars lose at least one of their final three games. (Since both of Colorado's remaining games are with Kansas City, this would leave Kansas City with either 37 or 39 points.) Dallas loses both. Colorado draws one game and loses the other. MetroStars get maximum of four points in remaining three games. Chicago loses or draws one of its remaining two games.