Arizona Keeps Top Spot in AFL Week 6 Power Rankings(4/16) There are no changes in the Week 6 AFL Power Rankings in the top six spots from Week 5, but there was plenty of movement from No. 7 on.
ESPN3 is a Great Way to Watch the AFL(4/16) Ten years ago, in 2004, I wrote an article on ArenaFan called "How I Spent My Friday Night.' It told how I tried to follow an Arena Football game between the Grand Rapids Rampage and the Indiana Firebirds one night on the Internet. My dial-up modem did not make for an easy time of it.
Emotions Riding High in Tested Loss for LA(4/13) Even after an inaugural home victory over the Portland Thunder last week, it just seems like the LA KISS have yet to be tested. Their first two wins have been against opponents who have had little experience in a different style of football, and many of the players know that most of these games against formidable opponents have to be earned.
Storm Use Lousy, Deflated Effort Late and Again Lose To Sharks(4/13) With a 60-41 loss on Friday night, itís probably safe to say the Jacksonville Sharks have the Tampa Bay Stormís number. With the loss, the Storm are now 1-9 all-time against the Sharks, 0-6 in Jacksonville.
SaberCats Fall Just Short of Handing Arizona Its First Loss(4/13) For the third week in a row, the San Jose SaberCats looked relatively sharp on the field, keeping up with their opponent and showing the potential to pull it out. Yet, they still found a way to end the night in disastrous fashion. After facing three teams in a row with winning records, San Jose has now dropped from a promising 2-0 record to a losing 2-3 record. The SaberCats have not had a record below .500 since the 2011 season, when they finished with a 7-11 record.
Garcia Back, But Questions Remain For Archer, Sharks(4/12) JACKSONVILLE -- The last time he stepped on the field wearing the red and black of the Jacksonville Sharks, he threw a touchdown pass on the final play of ArenaBowl XXIV. After throwing the ball 7,488 times, completing 4,850 passes, tossing 1,304 touchdowns, playing in 226 games for 18 seasons in nine different cities, Garcia has come back for a 19th season in the Arena Football League.