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ARENA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 5/3/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




IOWA (3 - 3) at SAN ANTONIO (1 - 6)
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Week 8 Saturday, 5/3/2014 8:00 PM
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308SAN ANTONIO100100
IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-304-23-345.225.8282.7(6.5)
Road Games1-3-23-12-244.223.0282.0(6.5)2.253.524.7267.2(6.4)2.2
Last 3 Games2-1+12-12-149.731.3292.7(6.9)1.744.718.0319.7(6.5)2.7
IOWA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)45.225.819.030:286-23(4.1)22-3858.3%260(6.8)44-283(6.5)(6.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.48.92519.731:587-18(2.5)22-3859.2%253(6.8)45-271(6.1)(5.5)
Offense Road Games44.223.019.529:455-19(3.8)24-3862.3%263(6.8)43-282(6.5)(6.4)
Defense (All Games)48.019.820.329:287-17(2.4)24-3865.0%267(7.1)45-284(6.4)(5.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.46.822.618.430:038-19(2.6)22-3759.4%238(6.5)44-257(5.8)(5.5)
Defense Road Games53.524.720.530:157-18(2.6)23-3466.7%249(7.2)41-267(6.4)(5)

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-6-2.63-33-344.417.3254.9(6)3.055.328.1259.1(5.8)2.1
Home Games0-3-2.40-20-233.313.7217.7(4.9)
Last 3 Games1-2+0.83-03-063.021.3323.3(7.5)
SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)44.417.317.427:378-26(3)19-3455.5%229(6.7)42-255(6)(5.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.50.424.319.430:147-22(3)22-3660.1%254(7)44-276(6.3)(5.5)
Offense Home Games33.313.715.729:056-14(2.3)20-3853.5%204(5.4)44-218(4.9)(6.5)
Defense (All Games)55.328.118.633:529-23(2.6)20-3655.1%236(6.5)45-259(5.8)(4.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.49.526.419.131:407-16(2.4)22-3859.0%256(6.7)45-272(6.1)(5.5)
Defense Home Games53.023.318.030:558-25(3)21-3658.7%238(6.6)45-263(5.9)(5)
Average power rating of opponents played: IOWA 48.7,  SAN ANTONIO 45.3
IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/15/2014@ SPOKANE35-64L14.5L105U2-921-40-172210-821-28-1712
3/24/2014@ PORTLAND40-36W-2.5W95U3-2724-39-27951-025-46-2764
4/4/2014@ CLEVELAND47-54L7.5W89O7-1830-44-31306-2520-29-2652
4/12/2014SAN ANTONIO63-62W-11L88.5O7-2419-37-253110-1429-41-3872
4/19/2014LA KISS31-12W-2W93U7-3718-37-25424-1426-47-2205
4/27/2014@ PHILADELPHIA55-60L11W103O8-2321-31-287211-4126-35-2831
5/3/2014@ SAN ANTONIO            
5/24/2014@ NEW ORLEANS            

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/15/2014LA KISS38-41L - -5-1427-46-23838-2217-34-1582
3/21/2014TAMPA BAY45-48L-2.5L95U10-1618-36-19423-521-38-2535
3/29/2014@ JACKSONVILLE22-63L8.5L91U5-329-30-129315-4620-33-2320
4/12/2014@ IOWA62-63L11W88.5O10-1429-41-38727-2419-37-2531
4/18/2014@ NEW ORLEANS68-33W5.5W93O8-3114-25-20528-717-45-1496
4/26/2014@ ARIZONA59-69L21.5W110O18-6119-28-27226-720-30-3061
5/17/2014NEW ORLEANS            
5/22/2014@ PORTLAND            
6/1/2014@ PHILADELPHIA            
IOWA: The Iowa Barnstormers enter their first season competing in the East Division. The team made waves during the offseason by trading away 'America's Quarterback' JJ Raterink to the LA KISS and picking up former Chicago Rush signal caller Carson Coffman. Coffman will compete with last season's backup, Brian Reader, and rookie Alex Carder for the starting job. Whoever earns the job will be fortunate enough to have the talents of wide receiver Marco Thomas on the outside. Last season, Thomas led the Barnstormers in receiving and rushing yards and ranked fifth in the League in receptions (142). To help solidify a more productive rushing attack, the Barnstormers executed a trade with Arizona that sent veteran Mac linebacker Darnell Carter to the Rattlers in exchange for rookie fullback Cody Johnson. Johnson played in 51 games during his college career for the Texas Longhorns and ranks fifth all-time in rushing touchdowns. Iowa also brought in Jamarko Simmons from San Jose. Though primarily a receiver, the big-bodied Simmons has also lined up at fullback during his three-year AFL career. Defensive end Mike Lewis will once again serve as the anchor of Iowa's defensive unit. Lewis, who was named to the All-Arena Second Team last season, ranked second in the League in sacks (12.5) and forced fumbles (6). In the secondary, Iowa hopes that defensive backs Ter'ran Benton, De'Mon Glanton, and Jason Simpson can continue building on the two years they've played together and become one of the AFL's elite units.
SAN ANTONIO: To say that the San Antonio Talons had a quarterback carousel last year would be an understatement. Over the course of their 18 games in 2013, the Talons trotted out eight different signal callers. Veteran Rohan Davey proved to be the most successful, as he took the most snaps as starter and appeared in seven games. Who will line up behind center in 2014 remains a mystery, as Davey will compete with Zach Frazer, Marcus Jackson and Mitch Mustain for the job. Mustain, once a high-touted prospect coming out of high school, appeared in 11 games last year with the San Jose Sabercats. Defensively, Coach Lee Johnson will have some decisions to make as well. The team will need to replace defensive end Joe Sykes, who was dealt to San Jose, as well as nose guard Tim McGill, who retired in the offseason. Additionally, former All-Arena defensive back Andre Jones was traded to Los Angeles during the preseason. The team will rely on Jack linebacker Jamar Ransom and defensive back Fred Shaw to be the team's leaders once again, but young talent will need to step up in order for the Talons to turn in a third straight winning season.

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