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ARENA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 4/19/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




PITTSBURGH (3 - 1) at ARIZONA (4 - 0)
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Week 6 Saturday, 4/19/2014 9:00 PM
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PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-1+1.73-11-356.735.7255.2(5.1)1.735.214.5214.5(5.3)5.0
Road Games1-0+11-00-170.042.0352.0(6.9)
Last 3 Games3-0+4.33-00-358.037.3251.0(5)1.326.010.0196.7(5.1)6.0
PITTSBURGH - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)56.735.720.234:019-25(2.7)23-4056.2%230(5.7)50-255(5.1)(4.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.49.428.118.732:579-23(2.6)22-3857.3%243(6.4)47-266(5.7)(5.4)
Offense Road Games70.042.024.036:3914-49(3.5)26-3770.3%303(8.2)51-352(6.9)(5)
Defense (All Games)35.214.514.725:596-11(2)20-3559.0%203(5.8)40-214(5.3)(6.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.462118.729:347-20(2.7)22-3759.6%247(6.8)44-266(6.1)(5.8)
Defense Road Games17.03.011.023:213-11(3.7)16-3250.0%180(5.6)35-191(5.5)(11.2)

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-0+34-00-462.528.7281.2(7)
Home Games3-0+23-00-364.327.3282.3(7)1.047.320.3333.0(6.8)2.3
Last 3 Games3-0+23-00-362.729.0258.7(7)
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)62.528.721.529:599-21(2.4)21-3165.9%260(8.3)40-281(7)(4.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.50.927.918.930:327-19(2.8)20-3656.1%236(6.6)43-255(6)(5)
Offense Home Games64.327.321.732:2810-26(2.7)20-3166.3%257(8.4)40-282(7)(4.4)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.55.628.920.732:029-22(2.5)23-3663.0%257(7.1)45-278(6.2)(5)
Defense Home Games47.320.320.732:217-21(2.9)24-4256.8%312(7.5)49-333(6.8)(7)
Average power rating of opponents played: PITTSBURGH 44.5,  ARIZONA 58.8
PITTSBURGH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/29/2014SAN JOSE48-47W7W107.5U11-2320-41-17216-726-40-2504
4/4/2014@ SAN ANTONIO70-17W-5W88U14-4926-37-30303-1116-32-1807
4/11/2014NEW ORLEANS56-14W-6.5W103.5U9-2417-39-18235-316-30-1397
4/19/2014@ ARIZONA            
4/26/2014@ CLEVELAND            
5/9/2014@ SPOKANE            
5/17/2014LA KISS            

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
4/12/2014@ SAN JOSE57-51W-1W113U6-622-34-272112-3527-43-2820
4/26/2014SAN ANTONIO            
5/3/2014@ JACKSONVILLE            
5/10/2014@ PORTLAND            
PITTSBURGH: In three years of existence, the Power have yet to achieve a playoff berth or even a winning record. In hopes of changing the franchise's fortunes, the Power front office spent the entire offseason revamping their roster, including a near complete overhaul of both players and coaches. Head coach Derek Stingley brought in Kyle Moore-Brown to coach the offensive line, Leroy Thompson to handle the defensive line, and AFL all-time receiving leader Damian Harrell to work with the receivers. In terms of players, the Power added a great deal of veteran talent on both sides of the ball. They started at quarterback, which has been a position constantly in flux for the Power. The lack of a franchise quarterback has been detrimental to the team sustaining any long term success. They hope to have found their guy in Tommy Grady. The four-year veteran has spent the last three seasons with the Utah Blaze. In 2012, he was named the League MVP and Offensive Player of the Year. The Power also brought in veteran receivers Prechae Rodriguez and Aaron Lesue to help Grady on the perimeter. Rodriguez has hauled in more than 3,200 yards and 73 touchdowns in his two-year AFL career. Lesue and Grady are very familiar with each other from their days in Utah. During Grady's MVP season, Lesue caught 56 touchdown passes. Last season, the Power were last in the League in points scored, a stat very likely to change in 2014. It will be a change for Power fans to be without fan favorites in Mike Washington and PJ Berry; however, the team believes this could be the most talented roster in franchise history. Defense is one area that has never been a concern for Pittsburgh. Defensive back Sergio Gilliam, who led the team in interceptions last season, will be returning and the Power brought in First Team All-Arena defensive back Virgil Gray to team with him. Gray has been to three consecutive ArenaBowls while playing with Arizona and won an ArenaCup alongside Gilliam with the Spokane Shock in 2009. The Power also acquired Mac linebacker James Bryant from New Orleans and defensive end Anthony Hoke from Chicago. This should soften the blows of losing defensive stars Dominie Pittman and Alvin Ray Jackson in the offseason.
ARIZONA: The Arizona Rattlers enter the 2014 season looking to become the first team to achieve an ArenaBowl three-peat since the Detroit Drive (1988-90). The core of Coach Kevin Guy's back-to-back championship squad will be returning, but they will have to fill in some crucial holes. The most significant hole was left by First Team All-Arena defensive back Virgil Gray, who joined the Pittsburgh Power in free agency in September. Gray led the Rattlers in tackles last season while also recording a franchise-record 15 interceptions, not to mention he was named the Riddell Defensive Player of the Game in ArenaBowl XXVI. However, the Rattlers were able to add 2011 Riddell Defensive Player of the Year, Vic Hall, to pick up the slack. Hall recorded 83 solo tackles and seven interceptions as a defensive back for the Chicago Rush a year ago. 'Do-It-All' Hall joins an already stout secondary that includes defensive backs Marquis Floyd and Arkeith Brown, who combined for 17 interceptions and 31 pass defended last season. The Rattlers also brought in some help along the defensive front by trading for defensive end Quinn Pitcock. Pitcock, a former All-American at Ohio State. Pitcock only saw action in one game last year for the Orlando Predators but recorded 4.5 sacks as a rookie with the Predators in 2012. Coach Guy and his squad hope that their additions on defense can help strengthen a group that finished 13th in overall defense last season. On the other side of the ball, Nick Davila and his left arm will serve as the catalyst for the offense. The 'Latin Laser' is coming off his fourth consecutive season of throwing at least 100 touchdowns and is not likely to slow down in 2014. Davila had the luxury of throwing to a group of decorated receivers on the outside including three former Rookies of the Year in Rod Windsor, Maurice Purify and Jared Perry. The Rattlers also have one of the League's most underrated talents in Tysson Poots and the ever-versatile Kerry Reed at their disposal on the perimeter. With three straight ArenaBowl appearances and another talented lineup returning to the field in 2014, Arizona remains the team to beat in the AFL.

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