OK, let's just head over to mlssoccer.com and vote...wait, what's this? Wright-Phillips isn't up for goal of the week? That's OK, it must mean there are better goals, so let's see what we have.
Goal #1: Fatai Alashe - San Jose Earthquakes
I can see how a goal in the opening of Avaya Stadium is impressive. It's the same reason David Villa got nominated last week despite it not being a sensational goal. I mean, a free header when the goalie was defending a corner kick is hard to put away.
Goal #2: Ryan Hollingshead - FC Dallas
He seemed to flub that but it did trickle past the goalie. It's hard mishitting a ball and having it bounce through for a goal.
Goal #3: Robbie Keane - LA Galaxy
I'll give Keane credit, he did run a long way and beat a defender. Getting a deflection off of a goalie is lucky as it's so hard to call that. Keane should challenge 90's Jordan & Bird at horse. He'd win some McDonald's that way.
Goal #4: Octavio Rivero - Vancouver Whitecaps
Listen, scoring a header on a free kick like that? He had to have been cheating at FIFA 15.
Goal #5: Harry Shipp - Chicago Fire
Please, I'm still angry at the "not offside" goal from last year. Slotting away a ball a striker should 99.9999999% of the time won't impress me.
Alright I can see how 4 of the 5 goals are better than Wright-Phillips. Guess we'll just to wait for him to impress us again.
Seriously though, MLS' Goal of the Week needs a write in section this week for Bradley Wright-Phillips. Oh, and that Lloyd Sam goal was nothing to sneeze at either.