SBI MLS Rookie of the Week: Ryan Meara

Ryan Meara 1 (Reuters)

The month of May seems to be Ryan Meara's for the taking.

The New York Red Bulls goalkeeper continued his string of strong performances for the club in a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday, and his five-save performance in that game earned him SBI MLS Rookie of the Week honors for a third consecutive week.

Philadelphia Union fullback Ray Gaddis, who put in a 90-minute shift in a 1-1 draw versus FC Dallas, was also in contention for the award.

What do you think of Meara winning SBI's MLS Rookie of the Week award again? Think he will be Rookie of the Year? How impressed have you been by his performances?

Share your thoughts below.

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9 Responses to SBI MLS Rookie of the Week: Ryan Meara

  1. Yellow Submarine says:

    At what point should I notify Tim Ream that my favorite website/blog has a new crush: Ryna Meara?

  2. GSScasual says:

    this has nothing to do with bias, crushes, whatever.. this has been hands down Meara’s award… He will get rookie of the year.

  3. Annelid Gustator says:

    He kinda looks like Tintin with that weird shock of hair.

  4. Jim says:

    The hair is distracting to strikers. The save skills are devestating to them. He’s been rock solid all year, and certainly doesn’t look like a rookie out there.

  5. Mark K says:

    Isn’t it a little early to be handing out Rookie of the Year awards? There is still a lot of soccer yet to be played…

  6. Jeff says:

    I thought we were up to the 4th consecutive week?

  7. Paul H says:

    I think when all is said and done, it’s going to be hard picking between Meara, DeLeon, and Cascio for rookie of the year. Each has been doing great in their respective position. I think if DeLeon can get healthy in a hurry and pick up where he left off, he’s going to be the one to secure it.

  8. agnigrin says:

    F***ing A Bubba!

  9. Pedro Páramo says:

    +1