(7/18) The Orlando Predators have always been my team of choice in the Arena Football League, but the New Orleans VooDoo have always held a special place in my heart. I love the Crescent City. The food is phenomenal. The people there are always fantastic. And at least while Tom Benson owned the team, the Graveyard was one of the most hopping places in the AFL....
AFL Tonight - Episode 18: Do You Smell...
ArenaFan.com Press Release
Tim Capper and Adam Markowitz are back with the 18th episode of AFL Tonight for the 2015 season. We discuss the aftermath of the Outlaws-VooDoo cancellation, playoff race, Tampa Bay rant and much more. Our interview this week is AFL Commissioner Scott Butera.ArenaFan Exclusive Interview: AFL Commissioner Scott ButeraAdam Markowitz, ArenaFan.com
Prior to Week 18's games, ArenaFan's Adam Markowitz had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Arena Football League Commissioner Scott Butera.Rankings and Predictions: The Home StretchBrian Beaudry, ArenaFan.com
The Sharks savaged Tampa Bay and moved to the grownups table this week, entering just 0.02 points behind Philadelphia in the latest weighted rankings. Arizona also saw a nice uptick, and the Shock didn’t go up much, but jumped from 12th to ninth in the rankings.Soul Welcome VooDoo To Town On Sunday
ArenaFan Power Ranking: Week 19Mike Delrio, ArenaFan.com
Despite a light schedule in Week 18 of the Arena Football League schedule, the postseason lineup came into sharper focus with Jacksonville locking up an appearance in the American Conference while Spokane doing the same in the National Conference.Grady, Sykes and Glasper earn weekly honors
AFL Press Release
Jacksonville Sharks quarterback Tommy Grady has been awarded Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, while Sharks defensive end Joe Sykes has been awarded Riddell Defensive Player of the Week, and Arizona Rattlers Mac linebacker Tyre Glasper has been awarded J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Week for Week 18 of the 2015 Arena Football League season.ArenaFan Power Ranking: Week 18Mike Delrio, ArenaFan.com
Arena Football League Week 17 saw four teams lose to teams ranked below them in the ArenaFan Power Ranking, including Philadelphia and Arizona, and top-ranked San Jose forced to overtime before beating Portland. The upsets didn’t result in changes in the top four spots in this week’s ranking, but did lead to changes in the 5 -11 positions.Participation Trophies All Around!Brian Beaudry, ArenaFan.com
Hey, there’s a surprise at the bottom of the chart this week, as Spokane’s performance against Arizona was aided with a net recovery and they didn’t actually score on a particularly high percentage of drives. New Orleans, however, went WAY outside their typical performance and hung points on the Storm on every single drive.¬ The top three teams all fell thanks to losses (or near-losses). Jacksonville and Orlando rose. And Los Angeles is officially in the top half of the league’s teams in terms of play right now. Unfortunately for them, they’re very unlikely to make the playoffs.