The starting three weeks to a season give mixed results and where all teams are trying to find their rhythm again, after the break. However, some have found it easier than others.
To begin with we take a look at the top of the table and both New York teams have hit the ground running. With new MLS franchise New York City FC on 5 points, the acquisition of David Villa seems to have helped the newcomers.
New York Red Bulls have also done well currently sitting 2nd with 4 points.
Both New England Revolution and Chicago Fire appear to have not had such a great start. But these sides will not look back on these results and will be pushing forward to improve their league position through the training field over the coming weeks.
In the Western Conference FC Dallas have stormed out in front with three wins from 3. During their latest result the team featured 12 passes before Ryan Hollingshead's goal which showed the side have worked on team play during their pre-season. At the other end of the table Real Salt Lake, Colorado Rapids and Sporting Kansas City have managed 2 points each.
Again after only three matches it's hard to decide where teams will end up with only 5 points separating teams in the Eastern Conference and 7 separating the bottom and top side in the Western Conference. With the top six clubs of both conferences reaching the Playoffs, all teams will be working hard to either improve or consolidate their league positions.