Rapids captain and defender Drew Moor following Dallas' comeback win over Colorado:
Thoughts on the game:
"It was a tough result, obviously. It was nice to get in and get an early goal. We probably could have gone up two or three to zero, but we weren't able to. Dallas is a good team. They interchange positions extremely well and they are tough to keep track of sometimes. [David] Ferreira, [Julian] de Guzman, [Fabian] Castillo, Brek [Shea], they all kind of are hard to keep tabs on sometimes. We weren't able to deal with it well enough tonight."
On if the team could have capitalized on more opportunities:
"I thought it was a close game at the end of the day. We had opportunities to go up by two or three in the first half, but we just haven't been able to put a team away this year. Unfortunately, it was the same story tonight. We didn't defend and some of our attacks weren't enough. We should have dealt with the first goal better and the free kick kind of broke our back a little bit. We could have done better."
On if the team can finish out the season strong:
"We have to. It's crunch time with ten games left. We're on the outside looking in right now, so we need to play every game like it's life and death. Every game is extremely important and every point is extremely important. We need to start winning games and we need to start putting teams away when we have the opportunities."