MLS Regular Season

Infographic: Rapids at D.C. United August 17, Match Recap

Magical goal from Dillon Serna not enough to salvage a result at DC
Infographic: Match Recap

Vote Serna's golazo for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week

Rapids midfielder among the nominees after his terrific strike against D.C. United
Vote for Dillon Serna
goal of the week

Dillon Serna is unlikely to score a better goal this season than the one which lit up RFK Stadium on Sunday night, and it is only right that he be among the five contenders for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week.

D.C. United 4, Colorado Rapids 2 | Postgame Quotes

Mastroeni: “We found our way in to this and it’s about character to find our way out.”
Postgame Quotes: DC 4, COL 2
Postgame Quotes

Jared Watts vs. D.C. United

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Colorado Rapids Head Coach Pablo Mastroeni
On the overall match

D.C. United 4, Colorado Rapids 2 | MLS Match Recap

Serna scores golazo from 30+ yards with one-touch rocket but the Rapids fall short again
Match Recap: D.C. 4, COL 2
Match Recap

WASHINGTON – A different opponent brought a similar tale for the Colorado Rapids, who - for the fourth time in a row - fell behind inside the first 15 minutes on their way to a fourth defeat in a row.

This time it was D.C. United who were grateful for an early gift en route to bouncing back from two road reversals to top the Rapids 4-2 on Sunday night, in front of 12,814 fans at RFK Stadium.

Infographic: Rapids at DC United August 17, Match Preview

Rapids looking for a rare win at RFK Stadium on Sunday
Infographic: Match Preview

D.C. United vs. Colorado Rapids | MLS Match Preview

Rapids travel east to face D.C. United, looking to snap losing skid
Match Preview: Rapids @ D.C.
Match preview

Aug. 17, 2014 (WEEK 23, MLS Game #219)
6 p.m. MT (Altitude; Univision Deportes)

Rapids Podcast: two games, one goodbye and a thank you

A trip to DC, a night for Smith, an early morning for Nasco and a fond farewell to Lindholm
Two games, one goodbye
rapids podcast

Rapids Podcast #72

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As the Colorado Rapids head east to face DC United this Sunday, one former player will have half an eye on next Wednesday's home encounter against LA Galaxy, kick-off 7 p.m MT (TICKETS).

How do the Rapids compare to their Western Conference rivals?

As we enter a key part of the season, here's a look at those competing for playoff places
How do the Rapids compare?
playoff chase

For some teams in the Western Conference, the playoff places are within touching distance. For others, there is still much work to do and finger-nails to bite before a place in the top five is assured.

Leaders Seattle Sounders sit pretty on 41 points, and - barring a late-season implosion on the scale of last year - Sigi Schmid's side should be in the mix. You could say the same for Real Salt Lake and perhaps FC Dallas who are both within five points of top spot.

Infographic: Rapids at FC Dallas, August 9 Match Recap

Rapids road woes continue with 3-1 loss at FC Dallas
Infographic: Match Recap

View from the Booth: Rapids' recent wounds are self-inflicted

In making it easy on others, the Rapids are only making it tougher on themselves
Self-inflicted wounds
view from the booth

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For the second game in a row, the Colorado Rapids were dominant in almost every department save the most crucial one, the scoreline.

A week earlier, in the 1-0 defeat at home to Real Salt Lake, the Rapids enjoyed 22 shots (not necessarily on target), yet failed to find a goal. On Saturday, the Rapids sprayed 24 shots toward the FC Dallas goal, but emerged with a consolation penalty kick for their efforts and a third successive defeat.

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