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Shock Drop in AFL Power Rankings; Philly Up Next

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Spokane lost 61-35 to the No. 1 Arizona Rattlers on Saturday (Photo: SWX) Spokane lost 61-35 to the No. 1 Arizona Rattlers on Saturday (Photo: SWX)
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Spokane Shock dropped two spots in the AFL power rankings after Saturday's loss to Arizona.

The Rattlers are still No. 1, while the Shock dropped from sixth to No. 8. San Antonio is second, followed by Philadelphia and Utah. San Jose moved from seventh to No. 5 after a 75-61 win over Chicago last week.

Spokane hits the road this week to play at Philadelphia on Sunday. The game at 3 p.m. (PT) will be shown live on SWX and SWXRightNow.com. It can also be seen live on mobile devices in Eastern Washington and North Idaho via the Syncbak app.

 

 

 

Week 18 AFL Power Rankings

Team

RECORD

WIN PCT

SCORING

STREAK

vPOWER

LAST

1. Arizona Rattlers

12-3

0.800

0.2778

0.09

100

1

2. San Antonio Talons

12-3

0.800

0.2428

0.09

95.6

2

3. Philadelphia Soul

13-3

0.812

0.2234

0.09

94.8

3

4. Utah Blaze

10-5

0.667

0.2776

0.09

83.3

4

5. San Jose SaberCats

10-6

0.625

0.2856

0.05

74.1

7

6. New Orleans VooDoo

8-7

0.533

0.2504

0.09

63.2

8

7. Chicago Rush

9-6

0.600

0.2246

0.00

57

5

8. Spokane Shock

8-7

0.533

0.2824

0.00

55.9

6

9. Georgia Force

8-8

0.500

0.2022

0.05

48

10

10. Cleveland Gladiators

7-8

0.467

0.1977

0.05

43.3

13

11. Jacksonville Sharks

7-8

0.467

0.2289

0.00

40.9

9

12. Tampa Bay Storm

6-9

0.400

0.2224

0.00

31.7

11

13. Milwaukee Mustangs

5-10

0.333

0.2686

0.00

29.2

12

14. Iowa Barnstormers

5-10

0.333

0.2496

0.00

26.8

14

15. Pittsburgh Power

4-11

0.267

0.2224

0.05

21.3

16

16. Kansas City Command

3-12

0.200

0.2424

0.00

9.2

15

17. Orlando Predators

2-13

0.133

0.2354

0.00

0

17

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