Written by Hunter Norwood

Edited by Mike Ahl

*Based on an aggregation of our 3 main Elo sheets.

Hunter Norwood (HN): If you are interested in possibly joining the team in either an analyst role or content role please reach out to me by DM on Discord (Xivilai47#0421). We are looking into potentially branching out into a general SFL brand to give us and others space and support for larger projects within the SFL data landscape.
Editor’s note: This was written prior to the London v Houston no contest announcement.

Jack Wall couldn’t be here this week as he has a tryout to be Louisiana’s next Star QB!

Biggest movers: Arizona Scorpions(+5), London Knights(+3), Tulsa Desperados(-3), Carolina Skyhawks(-3)

 

 

(-)1. Denver Nightwings (9-1)

 

 

(-)2. Florida Storm (8-2)

 

 

(-)3. Baltimore Vultures (7-3)

 

 

(-)4. Jacksonville Kings (7-3)

 

 

(-)5. Vancouver Legion (6-4)

HN: Congrats to Andy and the Legion on their win in their 100th game as a franchise!

 

(+2)6. Fort Worth Toros (7-3)

HN: If you didn’t already think the South Division was the strongest then seeing 3 out of 4 teams in a row here in the top 8 should let you know what’s up.

 

(-1)7. Mexico City Aztecs (6-4)

 

 

(-1)8. Lone Star Glory (5-5)

 

 

(-)9. Charleston Predators (5-5)

 

 

(-)10. Atlanta Swarm (4-6)

 

 

(-)11. Louisiana Revolution (3-7)
 

 

(+2)12. Las Vegas Fury (6-4)

 

 

(+5)13. Arizona Scorpions (5-5)

HN: Eddie starting the patented late season push as always.

 

(-2)14. Los Angeles Lycans (5-5)

 

 

(-2)15. Houston Hyenas (5-5*)

 

 

(-1)16. Sioux Falls Sparrows (3-7)

 

 

(+2)17. St. Louis Gladiators (6-4)

 

 

(+3)18. London Knights (5-5*)

 

 

(-3)19. Tulsa Desperados (5-5)

 

 

(-3)20. Carolina Skyhawks (5-5)

 

 

(-1)21. Queen City Corsairs (3-7)

 

 

(+1)22.

 HN: See below

 

(-1)23. D.C. Dragons (2-8)

HN: Lower

 

(-)24. San Diego Mavericks (0-9)

HN: Lower

 

25. Portland Fleet (3-7)

HN: Ah yes, here we are. Shout out to NETMA.

 

 

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