Hunter Norwood (HN): Thank you to those that reached out after I announced that I would be pulling back from writing as much to focus on me. I’m doing well and getting a lot done for myself as I look back and reflect on what I prioritize in my life and what I should be doing now to be able to push forward in the future. I am still around to talk stats and milestones and SFL meta and this week I’ll be touching on a few of the things I have seen pop up as well as explaining questions I can see arising. Enjoy!

Jack Wall couldn’t be here this week as he is running blocking drills!

Biggest movers: Las Vegas Fury(+4), Fort Worth Toros(-4)


(-)1. Denver Nightwings (7-1)


(-)2. Baltimore Vultures (5-3)


(-)3. Vancouver Legion (5-3)

HN: Congrats to Andy and the Legion for winning their 50th game in franchise history with game #100 coming up in 2 weeks.


(-)4. Florida Storm (6-2)


(-)5. Mexico City Aztecs (6-2)

 HN: Congrats to Mexico City and Ramos for winning their 90th game in their franchises’ 150th game.


(-)6. Jacksonville Kings (5-3)


(-)7. Atlanta Swarm (4-4)


(+3)8. Louisiana Revolution (3-5)

HN: Elo is a fickle beast.


(+1)9. Los Angeles Lycans (5-3)


(+3)10. Lone Star Glory (4-4)


(-2)11. Charleston Predators (4-4)



(-4)12. Fort Worth Toros (5-3)

HN: Fort Worth is leading Houston by 0.0027 Elo here.


(-1)13. Houston Hyenas (5-3)

HN: For clarity’s sake, Houston’s close win coupled with the fact that they were heavily favored meant they only gained a few points across the board and weren’t able to fully overtake a falling Fort Worth team. Oh and while I’m here I’d like to award a Nice! award to Houston for winning their 69th game in franchise history. Nice!


(+4)14. Las Vegas Fury (4-4)


(-)15. Arizona Scorpions (4-4)


(-2)16. Sioux Falls Sparrows (2-6)



(-1)17. St. Louis Gladiators (5-3)

HN: It really do be like that sometimes.


(+3)18. Carolina Skyhawks (4-4)


(-2)19. Queen City Corsairs (3-5)


(-1)20. Tulsa Desperados (4-4)


(+1)21. London Knights (3-5)

HN: A close win and a huge gap to make up places, London below Tulsa here still.


(-2)22. D.C. Dragons (1-7)



(-)23. Portland Fleet (2-6)

HN: At least you’re not last Jacob.


(-)24. San Diego Mavericks (0-8)


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