If the Premier League title race wasn't already over, it surely is now. Meanwhile, the B/R English Premier League Power Poll keeps on keeping on.
Everton's home win over Manchester City helped Manchester United go 15 points clear atop the table—so the Red Devils are obviously No. 1 in our poll.
But who's second this week? And which clubs fill out the bottom of the rankings?
Keep reading to find out. Click here for the league table.
Eight B/R personalities ranked all 20 Premier League clubs. A first-place vote counted as 20 points, a second-place vote as 19—and so on.
In each slide, "Points" refers to the number of points accumulated by each team via the voters. "Previous" refers to each team's ranking in the previous edition of our poll.
The voters this week were:
Aliko Carter: B/R front page editor, @AlikoCarter
John Greely: B/R world football assistant editor, @johnwgreely
Adam Hirshfield: B/R deputy editor, @ahirshfield
Dan Levy: B/R national lead writer, @DanLevyThinks
Karl Matchett: B/R world football full-time writer, @karlmatchett
Sean Swaby: B/R featured columnist coordinator, @seanswaby
Will Tidey: B/R world football lead writer and editor, @willtidey
Michael Cummings: B/R world football lead writer and poll organizer, @MikeCummings37
1. Manchester United
5. Manchester City
6. Tottenham Hotspur
8. West Bromwich Albion
10. (tie) Aston Villa
10. (tie) Southampton
12. Swansea City
13. Newcastle United
14. Norwich City
15. Stoke City
16. Wigan Athletic
17. West Ham United
19. Queens Park Rangers
Result: Lost 1-0 at Manchester United
Next: At Arsenal, March 30
Manager out, same result: Reading have lost five straight, only four of which they can blame on Brian McDermott.
Result: Lost 3-2 at Aston Villa
Next: At Fulham, April 1
Manager Harry Redknapp said QPR need five wins to stay in the Premier League (via BBC Sport). With eight matches remaining, Rangers have won only four times all season.
Dan: Just when we thought it was safe to go outside...
Result: Drew 1-1 home to Norwich
Next: Home to Manchester United, March 30
Sunderland under pressure? You bet: The Black Cats have not won in the league since Jan. 19.
Result: Lost 2-0 at Chelsea
Next: Home to West Brom, March 30
West Ham's recent run has been almost as poor as Sunderland's. The Hammers have lost five of seven in the league.
Result: Won 2-1 home to Newcastle
Next: Home to Norwich, March 30
Wigan remain in the relegation zone but have a game in hand on the three teams directly ahead. Plus, the Latics have won two of three.
Now if their chairman would stop saying crazy things.
Dan: A huge win in the relegation battle over Newcastle. Will it matter? It should.
Result: Drew 0-0 home to West Brom
Next: At Everton, March 30
Saturday's 0-0 draw at home to West Brom was Stoke's sixth scoreless draw of the season.
Result: Drew 1-1 at Sunderland
Next: At Wigan, March 30
Norwich suddenly can't stop drawing matches. After earning a hard-fought draw with 10 men at Sunderland—their fifth in seven matches—the Canaries have drawn 13 times this season, joint most in the league (with Stoke, of course).
Result: Lost 2-1 at Wigan
Next: At Manchester City, March 30
Newcastle lost the match against Wigan, but a more egregious outcome is the FA's decision not to ban Callum McManaman for that tackle. Filthy, absolutely filthy.
Result: Lost 2-0 home to Arsenal
Next: Home to Spurs, March 30
Swansea have lost three of five and have another tough match coming up against Spurs. Regardless of how the season finishes, though, it's been a successful one already for Michael Laudrup and company.
Result: Won 3-1 home to Liverpool
Next: Home to Chelsea, March 30
Beating Liverpool was not just glamorous for Southampton; it kept the Saints four points above the drop zone in the suddenly white-hot relegation scrap.
Result: Won 3-2 home to QPR
Next: Home to Liverpool, March 31
Villa have won two in a row and three of five. They're out of the relegation zone. Is the sun starting to shine in England's second city?
Sean: All's not lost for Villa, after all. Consecutive wins over relegation rivals will do that.
Result: Lost 3-1 at Southampton
Next: At Aston Villa, March 31
In an attempt to answer Sean's question below, we'll cite a couple stats. Liverpool have won two or more games in a row three times this season and have not lost back-to-back matches a single time.
So, in other words, maybe.
Sean: Is there a more infuriatingly inconsistent team than Liverpool?
Result: Drew 0-0 at Stoke
Next: At West Ham, March 30
West Brom have been rather inconsistent themselves. The Baggies have won 13 times and lost 12.
Result: Won 1-0 at Spurs
Next: Home to QPR, April 1
Dimitar Berbatov has scored 11 goals, tied for 12th place in the league this season. Yeah, we thought his total was higher too.
Result: Lost 1-0 home to Fulham
Next: At Swansea, March 30
Spurs have lost back-to-back games in the league and three straight overall. Uh oh.
Dan: At least now Spurs fans know the match they can look back on this season if it all falls apart.
Adam: Where would they be without Gareth Bale? Well, Bale was far from dominant on Sunday in Spurs' loss to Fulham. So...
Sean: So are these those wobbly late-season Spurs that Arsenal fans have been waiting for?
Result: Lost 2-0 at Everton
Next: Home to Newcastle, March 30
Now that the title challenge is really, really, definitely over, expect City to focus on the FA Cup—and clearing out the squad this summer.
Adam: They're not going to catch United, but when Joe Hart is at his best, City still may be the most solid side in England front to back. Of course, Hart has been ehhhhhh for much of the campaign.
Result: Won 2-0 home to Manchester City
Next: Home to Stoke, March 30
Is this the late-season push we've come to expect from Everton? If so, it could make for an interesting race for the top four.
Dan: It's insufferable rooting for this team, but rewarding almost all the time.
Result: Won 2-0 at Swansea
Next: Home to Reading, March 30
After beating Swansea, Arsenal are four points behind fourth-placed Tottenham with a match in hand.
Sean: Of course Lukasz freakin' Fabianski steps in and inspires consecutive clean sheets for Arsenal. Because that makes perfect sense.
Result: Won 2-0 home to West Brom
Next: At Southampton, March 30
Chelsea rank second in the league this season with 58 goals scored. They also hold the league's second-best goal differential (plus-28).
One guess which team ranks first in both categories…
Result: Won 1-0 home to Reading
Next: At Sunderland, March 30
Who else would it be? United have won six straight and are cruising toward title No. 20.