I actually liked this one the most:
It's a pretty clever lockup of type, very simple, and downplays the silverbacks - which as a name I'm just not a fan of.
I also think the Portland Thorns crest is great excluding the color correction.
It's a clever name for a team in Portland and I like the "knotwork" style thorns but using "pure colors" tends to be abrasive to the eye since that kind of vividness is very uncommon in nature. So, ideally, a lot of designers will color correct that by using offset tones. So instead of using #000000 (raw black) you use #0f150e (which in this case is a black pulled off the bottom left extreme of the color chart, slightly up towards white and noticeably more to the right towards green. This pulls it towards the shade of green that is used in the crest and make the two, though already very similar in their propensity towards black on the color chart, much more complementary.
In a 30 second example of what I mean, here's a color sample that I think would be more attractive: