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Community Ratings: Colorado Rapids at Columbus Crew, May 14, 2016

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The good, bad and ugly in Columbus to revisit an old Burgundy Wave column.

Jermaine Jones going down low to tack the ball away in the Rapids match vs Columbus Crew SC.
Jermaine Jones going down low to tack the ball away in the Rapids match vs Columbus Crew SC.
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The Colorado Rapids went on the road Saturday and tied the Columbus Crew 1–1. The Rapids, looking tired since this was the third match in a seven days, were able to continue their unbeaten streak.

The Columbus Crew scored first in this match. In the 23rd minute, Cedrick was able to get one past Zac MacMatch after a scramble in the Rapids box. The entire Rapids backline and defensive midfielders all dropped off and left him wide open just inside the 18 yard box. It could have been better on the defensive end for the Rapids.

The Rapids were able to equalize in the 55 minute. Shkelzen Gashi put in the perfect corner, hard and low to the top of the six-yard box and Kevin Doyle was able to get there and head it down into the back of the net. What a great finish.

Who was your man of the match? Was it Kevin Doyle with the goal? The work rate of Micheal Azira? Someone else? Let us know in the comments below.

In the ratings article on Tuesday, I will share the summary of the ratings so far. You will be able to see how each player was rated for each match plus their summary for the season.

Just a reminder for you on the rating scale as you consider your ratings.

10: World Class or Amazing

9: Very good

8: Good

7: Above Average

6: Average

5: Below Average

4: Bad

3: Very bad

2: Abysmal

1: This is bad, just like Sporting Kansas City postponing a match for months last year because of lightning unlike Houston Dynamo who is playing its postponed match the next day.

Now it is your chance, let us know how you think they did. Make sure you submit your rating before 5 p.m. MDT on Monday to be included.