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Rate the U: Keegan Rosenberry tops again

For the fourth week in a row, the Philadelphia Union right back received the highest rating

MLS: Philadelphia Union at Toronto FC Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

For the fourth week in a row and the fifth time this season, Keegan Rosenberry received the highest player rating in our reader poll following Friday’s 3-0 loss to Toronto FC.

Rosenberry was the only Philadelphia Union player to receive more upvotes than downvotes in our poll, which tells the story of how frustrating it was to watch another road loss for fans perhaps more than anything else. I mean, when you lose as soundly as they lost, does any player deserve love?

Head coach Jim Curtin finished on the opposite end from his right back with only 7 percent upvotes. Rosenberry had close to 81 percent upvotes. Borek Dockal, David Accam, CJ Sapong and Fafa Picault all had percentages of 10 percent or less. That means that even adding up four of the players who are supposed to drive the offense it still doesn’t get you more upvotes than downvotes.

Alejandro Bedoya, who created the best chances to score on the night, was second with just 35 percent. You can see the full chart (in all its glory) below.

Rate the U: Game 8

Player Upvotes Downvotes Percentage
Player Upvotes Downvotes Percentage
Keegan Rosenberry 79 19 80.61%
Alejandro Bedoya 34 62 35.42%
Jack Elliott 28 75 27.18%
Andre Blake 27 74 26.73%
Ilsinho 23 73 23.96%
Marcus Epps 19 67 22.09%
Auston Trusty 19 76 20.00%
Haris Medujanin 16 77 17.20%
Cory Burke 11 76 12.64%
Ray Gaddis 11 88 11.11%
Borek Dockal 10 84 10.64%
David Accam 10 84 10.64%
CJ Sapong 9 84 9.68%
Fafa Picault 8 79 9.20%
Jim Curtin 7 88 7.37%