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Shock No. 7 in Final AFL Power Ranking

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The Spokane Shock missed the playoffs for the first time in franchise history but will end the season No. 7 in the power rankings (Photo: SWX) The Spokane Shock missed the playoffs for the first time in franchise history but will end the season No. 7 in the power rankings (Photo: SWX)
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The didn't make the playoffs, but the Spokane Shock can take at least some comfort in knowing they will finish the season as one of the best teams in the league – statistically speaking, of course.

The Shock came in at No. 7 in the final AFL Power Ranking of the season. San Antonio was first, followed by Philadelphia, Utah, San Jose, Arizona and Chicago.

The power rankings are calculated on a scoring system based on winning percentage, strength of schedule, scoring percentage and win streaks.

San Antonio grabbed the first spot after beating Arizona last week 62-61.

 

 

 

Week 20 AFL Power Rankings

Team

RECORD

WIN PCT

SCORING

STREAK

vPOWER

LAST

1. San Antonio Talons

14-3

0.824

0.2559

0.09

100

1

2. Philadelphia Soul

14-3

0.824

0.2346

0.09

97.2

2

3. Utah Blaze

12-5

0.706

0.2809

0.09

87.7

3

4. San Jose SaberCats

12-6

0.667

0.2786

0.09

82.3

5

5. Arizona Rattlers

12-5

0.706

0.2865

0.00

76.6

4

6. Chicago Rush

10-7

0.588

0.2315

0.05

60.4

6

7. Spokane Shock

9-8

0.529

0.2748

0.05

58.3

7

8. Jacksonville Sharks

9-8

0.529

0.2176

0.07

53.4

8

9. Tampa Bay Storm

8-9

0.471

0.2176

0.07

45.6

11

10. New Orleans VooDoo

8-9

0.471

0.2553

0.00

41.3

10

11. Georgia Force

8-9

0.471

0.2034

0.00

34.5

9

12. Cleveland Gladiators

7-10

0.412

0.2014

0.00

26.4

13

13. Iowa Barnstormers

6-11

0.353

0.2423

0.00

24

12

14. Pittsburgh Power

5-12

0.294

0.2185

0.05

19.7

16

15. Milwaukee Mustangs

5-12

0.294

0.2620

0.00

18.9

14

16. Kansas City Command

3-14

0.176

0.2404

0.00

0.5

17

17. Orlando Predators

3-14

0.176

0.2369

0.00

0

16

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