At 9-2-7, the LA Galaxy have only lost two matches this season.
They have a 4-0-4 undefeated home record and for the most part, the draws should have been wins.
Opposing late goals have been a problem this season but the Galaxy have been impressive even with key players missing.
They take a nine game unbeaten streak to San Jose this weekend and will still be missing Donovan and Beckham. Midweek, LA have an Open Cup round vs. Los Angeles Blues and then end the week with a Western Conference battle against Seattle.
Last year the Galaxy got through the long World Cup stretch without key players and they seem to be doing it again this season. The LA Galaxy lead the MLS with 34 points.
Eastern Conference leaders the New York Red Bulls only have 23 points and in the West, FC Dallas are 6 points behind the league leaders.
LA has the best goal differential and leads the league in most goals scored with 25.
I know it’s still early, but Galaxy fans are already looking toward a supporters shield repeat.
So I ask again, is LA the team to beat?
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