Two cities, two paths, whose will continue?
It's game No. 2 between the Rapids and Chivas USA, this time at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.
The Rapids play two games in four days this week, and their players are getting healthy at just the right time.
Jaime Castrillon coming back to the team is pretty good news. Castrillon getting a green card might be even better.
Another solid road effort brings a valuable road point to the Colorado Rapids. The Rapids came away with a 1-1 tie with San Jose Earthquakes despite the non-stop flopping and whining from the home team.
Chelis' antics are more known for off the field actions than on the field results. Is it a good thing for the struggling franchise to tie their hopes with him?
Orlando City took down the Ocala Stampede on Tuesday, and the Rapids will face off against the Lions in the third round of the US Open Cup.
New York City FC was announced as the 20th franchise in MLS today. We all knew it was coming, but the fact that it's run by Manchester City and the New York Yankees shows that MLS really doesn't care about its original purpose any more.
If Clint Irwin continues on his torrid pace, Matt Pickens might end up being trade bait. Are there any MLS teams that need him, though?
San Jose beat up the Rapids and the refs had a say in a 1-1 final, which is pretty much what everyone expected on Saturday night.
On Saturday, May 18th, the Colorado Rapids will travel to Buck Shaw Stadium to face the San Jose Earthquakes.
I wouldn't call it a streak just yet, but can the Rapids keep winning when the starters reintegrate into the team?
Edson Buddle will miss the game against the Quakes on Saturday, so it's up to Deshorn Brown to provide the steadiness up front.
The Rapids head west to face off against the San Jose Earthquakes looking to continue their unbeaten streak. Here's a look at how the Earthquakes are likely to set up.
What normally is a downfall for most teams, has so far been somewhat of a strength for the Rapids this season.
Within a single entity league the competition for spots is supposed to be fierce. This is how Rapids coach Oscar Pareja is making that happen.
Democrats and Republicans getting along? Nope, just another road victory for the Rapids as they bring their record at 4-4-3.
An efficient performance all around by the Rapids in their impressive win in Columbus on Saturday. Who got Man of the Match though?