2015 Player Ratings
A horrible performance on the last day of the season sends the Rapids home with a bad taste in their mouth. The matches this week demonstrate how inconsistent the Rapids have been this year. They have potential but no leadership to get them there.
Rapids get an unexpected win as late sub Juan Ramirez gets two assists. Goals from Dillon Powers and Marcelo Sarvas make it a good night for the Rapids. On a sour note, two bad decisions from Sam Cronin earn him a red card and an early shower.
Rapids score first but give up two goals in the first half to lose the match 2-1. They are eliminated from the playoffs. Though winning the Rocky Mountain Cup should be celebrated, it is overshadowed how poorly the Rapids have been the last two years.
An experiemental evening failed to lead to a result for the Colorado Rapids. Vicente Sanchez showed his wizardry scoring a magnificant free kick goal and then getting a lucky bounce off a Dynamo player.
The Colorado Rapids beat the Houston Dynamo 2-1 on a quiet, midweek evening at Dicks Sporting Goods Park. The Rapids clogged up the middle and had more of the chances in this match. Hope they build upon this and continue to improve as a team.
The Colorado Rapids get started early with a goal in the first two minutes and then get the winner early in the second half to beat the Vancouver Whitecaps for the second time this season.
The Colorado Rapids didn't finish their chances and lost to Sporting KC 2-0. They had several opportunities but failed to capitalize on any of them. To make matters worse, they scored an own goal, gifting the second goal to Sporting KC.
The Rapids missed too many opportunities in the first half but held up defensively to earn a 1-1 draw. One point on the road for a midweek match is not bad, but with the opportunities the Rapids had, they should have came back with the win.