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Call of Duty League Power Ranking | Stage 2, Week 2

Stage 2, Week 2 of the Call of Duty League is here! With this being Week 2 of Stage 2 and a lot of recent roster changes this list is based on the most recent games of Major 1 and Week 1 of Stage 2. For some teams, there really wasn’t anything to put due to there being nothing too impacting or distinctive to say. We believe this year’s CDL season consists of a lot of “Wild Card” teams outside of the Top 3 (FaZe, Empire, and OpTic).

12. Seattle Surge
1-6 | 10 CDL Points
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11. London Royal Ravens
2-6 | 20 CDL Points
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I think last week’s showing from the Ravens has them looking a lot better. I expect them to start performing at the level expected of them. So after their long road of loss matches, I think Stage 2 might see them reach Top 8 by the end of Stage 2. 

10. Toronto Ultra
3-7 | 30 CDL Points
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I really wished they kept Methodz, honestly…

9. Minnesota Rokkr
3-5 | 40 CDL Points
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A team that I strongly believed to be underrated seems to be falling down the chain slightly with the recent roster change of benching MajorManak and bringing young gun Standy from  Triumph.

8. Paris Legion
3-5 | 30 CDL Points
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7. Florida Mutineers
4-6 | 40 CDL Points
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This is definitely one of my favorite teams and them being in 8th hurts my feelings. However, I strongly believe they will pull through as they are definitely one of the dominant teams out of the 12.

6. Los Angeles Guerrillas
6-4 | 80 CDL Points
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This is a team that really doesn’t have any super-dominant players. However, there are still hopeful standouts in this roster.

5. Los Angeles Thieves
6-4 | 80 CDL Points
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The Thieves were looking super strong in Stage 1. However, coming into Stage 2, they’ve been just clutching. The new roster change with Venom replacing Temp will hopefully see them breakthrough like many are expecting. 

4. New York Subliners
7-5 | 90 CDL Points
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Before the season started, I was saying all the teams that were not in the Top 3 are “Wild Cards.” However, since the beginning, the Subliners have made it known that they’re definitely bigger and better than a “Wild Card’” classified team with shake up they’ve been causing thus far. 

3. Los Angeles Optic Gaming
7-3 | 90 CDL Points
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OpTic is doing what they usually do. What’s crazy is that OpTic always has a weird low point Hopefully we see them stay Top 3 until the very end.

2. Dallas Empire
7-3 | 90 CDL Points
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The reigning champs are definitely showing us why they won last year’s CDL. However, it will be interesting to see if they can keep this up. Especially when all other teams that I consider “Wild Cards” working hard to upend them (with the exception of FaZe & OpTic).

1. Atlanta Faze
10-0 | 145 CDL Points
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If you were to look up the term “God Squad” on Google, it would give you FaZe. Until someone comes up with an answer to their strong performance in Search & Destroy (11-1), Atlanta will remain undefeated. However, I strongly believe the teams that could beat FaZe are the Subliners or Mutineers. 

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