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REPORT CARD: D-Ro does it
November 19th, 2007 7AM

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[MLS CUP '07 GRADES] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the Houston and New England players who took part in the Dynamo's 2-1 win on Sunday.

HOUSTON PLAYER RATINGS
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE
STARTERS
6 Pat Onstad (Canada) 39
6 Craig Waibel
(USA) 32
5 Eddie Robinson
(USA) 29
6 Ryan Cochrane
(USA) 24
5 Wade Barrett
(USA) 31
5 Brian Mullan
(USA) 29
7 Dwayne De Rosario (Canada) 29
6 Richard Mulrooney
(USA) 31
7 Brad Davis (USA) 26
6 Joseph Ngwenya
(Zimbabwe) 26
4 Nate Jaqua
(USA) 26

SUBSTITUTE
NR Stuart Holden (USA) 22

NEW ENGLAND PLAYER RATINGS
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE
STARTERS
5 Matt Reis (USA) 32
4 Jay Heaps
(USA) 31
5 Avery John
(Trin. & Tobago) 32
5 Michael Parkhurst (USA) 23
4 Wells Thompson (USA) 23
5 Steve Ralston (USA) 33
6 Shalrie Joseph (Grenada) 29
6 Jeff Larentowicz (USA) 24
6 Khano Smith (Bermuda) 26
4 Pat Noonan (USA) 27
6 Taylor Twellman (USA) 27

SUBSTITUTE
5 Andy Dorman (Wales) 25
(1=low; 5=average; 10=high)


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