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ARENA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 5/10/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore



LA KISS (2 - 5) at CLEVELAND (6 - 0)
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Week 9 Saturday, 5/10/2014 7:00 PM
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LA KISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-5-5.40-61-534.718.9228.6(4.9)2.947.125.3267.6(5.9)1.4
Road Games1-2-2.10-21-138.720.7229.7(4.8)3.746.025.3283.0(6.1)2.0
Last 3 Games0-3-30-30-321.712.7226.0(4.8)4.349.732.3261.0(5.8)1.0
LA KISS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)34.718.915.928:606-13(2.1)22-4054.1%215(5.3)47-229(4.9)(6.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.48.625.319.230:167-17(2.3)22-3859.1%249(6.6)45-267(5.9)(5.5)
Offense Road Games38.720.716.328:376-14(2.3)22-4253.6%216(5.2)48-230(4.8)(5.9)
Defense (All Games)47.125.318.732:569-27(3)21-3658.2%240(6.7)45-268(5.9)(5.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.50.825.119.230:077-20(2.6)21-3659.5%251(7)44-271(6.2)(5.3)
Defense Road Games46.025.319.035:539-24(2.8)20-3854.0%259(6.9)46-283(6.1)(6.2)

CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-0+10.15-12-450.222.0261.0(6.2)1.539.023.8270.0(5.5)2.3
Home Games2-0+21-11-154.532.5244.5(7.6)1.037.523.5303.5(5.7)1.0
Last 3 Games3-0+5.93-00-349.024.7234.3(5.9)0.736.022.0265.7(5.3)1.7
CLEVELAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.48.222.718.129:137-18(2.8)21-3559.6%242(6.8)42-261(6.2)(5.4)
Offense Home Games54.532.517.526:144-16(4.1)18-2864.3%228(8.1)32-244(7.6)(4.5)
Defense (All Games)39.023.818.829:218-16(2)25-4161.0%254(6.2)49-270(5.5)(6.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.48.226.918.631:037-16(2.4)23-4058.1%242(6.1)46-258(5.6)(5.4)
Defense Home Games37.523.520.033:456-10(1.7)29-4762.1%293(6.2)53-303(5.7)(8.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: LA KISS 50.6,  CLEVELAND 46.2
LA KISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/15/2014@ SAN ANTONIO41-38W - -8-2217-34-15825-1427-46-2383
3/21/2014@ ORLANDO63-69L0L90O6-524-44-270414-2116-30-2851
4/19/2014@ IOWA12-31L2L93U4-1426-47-22057-3718-37-2542
4/26/2014SAN JOSE32-48L8L85U3-530-45-305312-4426-40-2461
5/10/2014@ CLEVELAND            
5/17/2014@ PITTSBURGH            
6/7/2014@ SAN JOSE            

CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/15/2014@ PITTSBURGH63-53W6.5W103O9-2524-37-24323-328-45-2653
3/29/2014@ NEW ORLEANS37-26W-6.5W103U11-3826-42-267314-3916-31-1856
4/12/2014@ LA KISS40-30W6W99U7-1721-37-239010-1023-41-2430
4/19/2014@ SPOKANE52-50W9W106U8-2921-39-21929-2124-34-2473
5/10/2014LA KISS            
5/17/2014@ IOWA            
5/31/2014@ PITTSBURGH            
LA KISS: KISS head coach Bob McMillen spent a hectic offseason constructing a very competitive roster that includes a nice balance of both veterans and rookies. Veteran quarterback J.J. Raterink was the team's first acquisition and likely to be the Week 1 starter; however, former two-time Heisman Trophy finalist Colt Brennan could give Raterink a run for his money. Brennan enjoyed a decorated college career at the University of Hawaii and will look to make his mark in the AFL as a rookie in 2014. Whoever wins the job will have some talented receivers to target. Donovan Morgan, who caught 1,351 yards last year with the New Orleans VooDoo, was the 2008 AFL Rookie of the Year. The team also acquired 6-foot-7 wideout Markee White, who is coming off his first 1,000-yard season of his four-year career. Former NFL receiver Samie Parker will also be returning to the AFL with the KISS in 2014. On the defensive side of the ball, the KISS will rely heavily on their veteran defenders. Mac linebacker Beau Bell will be the team's defensive leader in the middle. The KISS secondary includes AFL vets Mervin Brookins, Jorrick Calvin and Andre Jones, all of whom have demonstrated a knack for finding the ball during their careers. Rookie defensive end David Veikune, a former second round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns, could be a player to keep an eye on as well.
CLEVELAND: The Cleveland Gladiators will look to find some traction this season in what should be a much more competitive East Division. The Gladiators had one of the best rushing attacks in the League last year thanks in large part to their nimble-footed quarterback Chris Dieker. Dieker ranked fifth in the League in rushing yards in 2013, while the team ranked second overall. Coach Steve Thonn will have to find a replacement for fullback Derik Steiner, who was traded to the San Jose Sabercats in the offseason. Dieker will have his dynamic duo on the perimeter with Dominick Goodman and Thyron Lewis, who combined for 2,697 receiving yards and 50 touchdowns. The pair will have to step up big this year to ignite the offense and help out their quarterback. Defensively, the team should get a boost with the additions of defensive backs Chris LeFlore and Dominic Jones. LeFlore comes from Pittsburgh, where he holds the franchise record for interceptions. Jones returns to Cleveland, where he spent he spent his rookie season in 2012. Last year, Jones recorded 91.5 tackles and was named an All-Arena kick returner. Last season served as a learning curve for a very young Gladiators team which featured 18 rookies. This year, the team's youth should not be a factor as they look to compete for their first division title since 2011.

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