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Fantasy AnalysisThere's no timetable yet on his return, but fortunately the Galaxy are off this weekend. Their backline has been banged up and a mess so far this spring, as James Riley is also hurting right now. A.J. De La Garza has been getting a lot of run at left back as of late.
Fantasy AnalysisTorres is not slowing down, and there is no reason to believe that he will.
Fantasy AnalysisJohnson is one of those guys who means a ton to the team, but it doesn't translate to fantasy value.
Fantasy AnalysisIt is difficult to forecast what to expect from Michel. The two goals are a blip on the radar for a guy who has scored once in his previous 29 appearances for FCD.
Fantasy AnalysisIf Dempsey is not in your lineup, you may as well retire your Fantasy MLS career. A Clint Dempsey with a chip on his shoulder after the early two-game suspension is a very, very scary thing.
Fantasy AnalysisIt was his first of the year for United. It's tough to justify high expectations for the veteran, whose minutes will be limited.
Fantasy AnalysisAlston has battled through a lot to get back onto the pitch. He's an easy guy to root for. From a fantasy standpoint, there is not much there.
Fantasy AnalysisQ was a super sub for the Fire last year, but he has seized his chance to start. He is a definite fantasy asset, but his price tag is going to start to soar.
Fantasy AnalysisJack Mac was surprisingly sent off to Montreal from Philadelphia. Always one to be counted out and sold short, Jack will keep a chip on his shoulder to be sure. His chemistry with Marco Di Vaio was evident and that spells good things for the Impact and for his fantasy value.
Fantasy AnalysisBuddle has not been the same player after unsuccessful attempts to show his wares in Europe. There couldn't be a more ideal situation for him to get his career back on track than in Colorado. Keep an eye and see if he can become a consistent goal threat for the Rapids before making any fantasy decisions.