Here they are. 13 sets eventually trickled in. Howard - 8.5 Bradley - 7.7 Diskerud - 6.6 Boyd - 6.3 Agudelo - 6.2 Gatt - 5.6 Kljestan - 5.5 Cameron - 5.5 Chandler - 5.3 Jones - 5.3 Altidore - 5.2 Edu - 5.2 Johnson - 5.1 Bocanegra - 5.0 Gomez - 4.6 Goodson - 4.1 Williams - 3.4 These aren't terrible, but these are the worst ratings IMHO since I've been doing this (religiously since JK took over, but I also went back and back-filled the last year of Bradley's tenure). Howard was good true, but a 7 would be a generous rating for making a few fairly routine saves and getting beaten near-post. I'm baffled that Cameron got several 4's, and averages 5.5. Did he get beaten? He didn't absolutely stone several Russians? In general these ratings are also too low. The ten field players with the most minutes average 5.2. That just doesn't work for me when we were actually playing pretty well on the road against a Top 20, full-strength, side. I think maybe these guys are getting swayed by Twellman's BJ on Howard, and Darke's assertion that we were being dominated (no). And of those 10, other than Bradley, the best player was Gatt? Really? He was fine. 5.6, absolutely (I'd go 6 even). But, I think we are grading on a curve here. Bumping up everyone below Gatt by 1/2 a point would be a more reasonable ranking and absolute rating.