(4/5) Following a significantly productive offseason, it is hardly a surprise to many that the San Jose SaberCats are already off to a solid start for the 2015 season. While some may attribute a 2-0 record to a solid defense, a dual-threat quarterback, and/or a relatively soft pair of matchups, one of the most critical factors as to why San Jose has recently dominated is the variety of receiving targets within its offense....
AFL Tonight - Do Not Change that Dial
ArenaFan.com Press Release
Tim Capper and Adam Markowitz are back with the 5th episode of AFL Tonight of the 2015 season. To fire or not to fire your Head Coach, AFL on ESPN Anniversary, and more, plus an interview with Sharks beat writer Dom Errico.ArenaFan Power Ranking: Week 4Mike Delrio, ArenaFan.com
With San Jose, Philadelphia, Arizona, and Orlando winning while Cleveland and Jacksonville lost to higher ranked teams, the Week 4 ArenaFan Power Ranking remains the same as the previous week from No.1 to No.8. Tampa Bay moved up two spots to take the No.9 spot with a victory over New Orleans, who falls from No.10 to No.11, in which they held the VooDoo to just 13 points.San Jose SaberCats vs. Portland Thunder Game Preview 4/25
San Jose SaberCats Press Release
The San Jose SaberCats (4-0) return home after a two-game road trip in Florida to host the Portland Thunder (2-2) at the SAP Center on Saturday, April 25th.Infographic: Six for Six
ArenaFan.com Press Release
Sharks WR Joe Hills moved in to the Top 5 for consecutive games with a receiving TD. Who is he now chasing?
Hippeard, Kellem and Windsor earn weekly honors
AFL Press Release
Orlando Predators quarterback Randy Hippeard has been awarded Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, while Arizona Rattlers Jack linebacker Jeremy Kellem has been awarded Riddell Defensive Player of the Week and Arizona Rattlers wide receiver Rod Windsor has been awarded J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Week for Week 4 of the 2015 Arena Football League season. AFL's Howard stakes his future on football
Portland Tribune Local sports digest: SaberCats 4-0 after beating Sharks
San Jose Mercury News
ports digest: SaberCats 4-0 after beating SharksSan Jose Mercury NewsErik Meyer threw eight touchdown passes as the San Jose SaberCats improved to 4-0 with a 68-48 victory over the Jacksonville Sharks on Friday in Jacksonville, Florida. Adron Tennell caught four of Meyer's scoring passes, and Reggie Gray had three.Rattlers back in comfort zone with return of receivers Rod Windsor, Kerry Reed
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