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Community Ratings: New York City FC vs Colorado Rapids, July 30, 2016

Wow. We have been lucky on the Community Ratings column this year. Not a lot of bad performances. But this is your chance to let us know how the Rapids did in a touch match vs NYCFC.

MLS: Colorado Rapids at New York City FC with Tim Howard and Thomas McNamara
Tim Howard and Thomas McNamara had a few coming together moments in this match.
Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Wow. That was a strange and crazy match. One that we have not seen this year as Colorado Rapids supporters. Going down a goal early and then down to 10 men quite early in the match, the Rapids kept pushing to get back into it.

But it was not to be as the Rapids lost to New York City FC 5-1.

Micheal Azira committed received two yellow cards in the first half and was sent off. The first one was just a stupid play on Pirlo in midfield who was moving away from goal. The second one was where if he did not have a yellow card, it would have been a smart play. But in the situation as it was, there was cover and he probably should have let the player go.

How do you think the other players did? Did Tim Howard have a chance in goal? Did the backline of Mekeil Williams, Jared Watts, Axel Sjoberg and Marc Burch play well? What about Kevin Doyle up top?

Give us your opinions and thoughts and rate the players performance against NYCFC.

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 , well I do not think it gets worse than the team peformance Saturday by the Rapids.

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.