SaberCats Bend But Don't Break, Keep Perfect Season Alive(5/24) For the first time throughout the entire 2015 Arena Football League season, the San Jose SaberCats actually appeared vulnerable against the defending American Conference Champion Cleveland Gladiators on Saturday night, trailing 49-35 in the second quarter and 52-42 at halftime.
AFL Quickplay Week 9—Which Week Is This?(5/23) Apparently my logic doesn’t work too well. Each of the last two weeks I have given what seemed like good suggestions only to have them backfire and put up big fat zeroes. Two weeks ago it was Randy Hippeard/Bernard Morris and last week it was the wrong call on Erik Meyer/Nathan Stanley.
Goosby's Ironman Performance Leads Soul to 71-27 Win over Tampa Bay(5/23) Following a disappointing loss against the Jacksonville Sharks last weekend, the Philadelphia Soul bounced back against Tampa Bay with a 71-27 win. The Soul’s defense tortured the Storm all night long, with two sacks coming from defensive end Bryan Robinson, and two interceptions from James Romain. The defensive line had constant pressure on Jason Boltus and the defensive backs kept TT Toliver almost silent all night.
ArenaFan Power Ranking: Week 8(5/22) Jacksonville followed last week’s upset of Cleveland by handing Philadelphia their first loss of the 2015 season for the only upset in Week 8 Arena Football League action.
Chasing History: The San Jose SaberCats Pursuit of Perfection(5/20) The San Jose SaberCats are still a long ways away from becoming the first team in Arena Football League history to run the table and get through an entire season unscathed. However, their place in history has already been cemented in some ways for their insane start to the season. Check out our weekly look at where the SaberCats rank in AFL history.
Measuring San Jose’s success this season (and the KISS’ lack thereof)(5/19) One is 8-0. One is 0-8. One, fittingly, wears the color green, as in good to go. The other has red as part of its raiment, indicating an innate nature of incompetence (though typically financially).