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




JACKSONVILLE (2 - 5) at IOWA (4 - 3)
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Week 9 Saturday, 5/10/2014 8:05 PM
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JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-5-8.12-52-553.127.7291.3(6.1)2.052.627.0252.3(6.6)2.3
Road Games0-3-3.60-30-342.018.0288.3(6)2.055.327.7241.3(6.8)2.0
Last 3 Games0-3-7.50-32-154.730.0294.7(6.5)2.764.332.0307.3(7.6)2.0
JACKSONVILLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)53.127.720.634:569-22(2.5)23-3959.0%270(6.9)48-291(6.1)(5.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.55.728.420.932:418-20(2.6)23-3860.2%277(7.3)45-297(6.5)(5.3)
Offense Road Games42.018.019.332:296-15(2.5)25-4259.5%273(6.5)48-288(6)(6.9)
Defense (All Games)52.627.017.726:366-25(4)18-3256.1%228(7.1)38-252(6.6)(4.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.54.626.819.830:357-19(2.7)21-3561.1%272(7.8)42-291(6.9)(5.3)
Defense Road Games55.327.717.327:318-43(5.2)15-2756.1%198(7.2)36-241(6.8)(4.4)

IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-3+15-24-347.626.1286.1(6.6)2.348.619.4290.0(6.5)3.0
Home Games2-0+21-11-147.031.5284.0(6.5)1.537.010.0317.5(6.2)3.5
Last 3 Games2-1+13-02-149.329.0302.7(7.3)2.741.319.0294.7(6.2)3.7
IOWA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)47.626.119.030:166-21(3.5)22-3759.6%265(7.1)43-286(6.6)(6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.50.225.719.531:248-19(2.5)22-3858.3%249(6.6)45-268(5.9)(5.3)
Offense Home Games47.031.518.031:537-30(4.4)18-3750.0%253(6.9)44-284(6.5)(6)
Defense (All Games)48.619.419.629:417-15(2.2)24-3863.2%275(7.2)45-290(6.5)(6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.46.921.817.830:317-20(2.6)21-3658.1%238(6.6)43-257(5.9)(5.5)
Defense Home Games37.010.020.027:537-14(2)27-4462.5%303(6.9)51-317(6.2)(8.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: JACKSONVILLE 51.3,  IOWA 47.4
JACKSONVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/16/2014@ ORLANDO47-49L-6.5L103U8-3227-39-273010-6417-33-1761
3/29/2014SAN ANTONIO63-22W-8.5W91U15-4620-33-23205-329-30-1293
4/5/2014@ ARIZONA38-63L15L110U7-1322-46-32334-714-24-2211
4/11/2014TAMPA BAY60-41W-6W110.5U13-1824-37-21831-122-38-2145
4/19/2014@ PHILADELPHIA41-54L6L109U3-026-41-224311-5915-25-1974
5/10/2014@ IOWA            
5/24/2014@ TAMPA BAY            

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 ANTONIO62-52W-3W100.5O9-1222-32-29546-421-40-3225
5/24/2014@ NEW ORLEANS            
6/7/2014@ CLEVELAND            
JACKSONVILLE: The Jacksonville Sharks have made plenty of noise since joining the AFL in 2010. The Sharks are the first team in AFL history to win their division each of their first four years in the League. In 2011, they reached the top of the AFL Mountain by winning ArenaBowl XXIV. The past two seasons, the Sharks have been one game away from returning to the championship, only to be stopped by the Philadelphia Soul both times. With the man who led them to ArenaBowl glory three years ago ' quarterback Aaron Garcia ' back in the fold, the Sharks have their eyes set on the top prize once again. However, this time around, their calling card may be on the other side of the ball. Last season, the Sharks boasted had one of the top defenses in the League, ranking first in sacks, fourth in scoring, and fifth in turnover margin. First Team All-Arena defensive back Terrance Smith will be returning to the squad and will receive some help with the addition of the 2012 Defensive Back of the Year, Kent Richardson, who missed all of the 2013 AFL season while playing in the NFL. On offense, Coach Les Moss will be reunited with veteran quarterback Aaron Garcia. Garcia was the first quarterback in the franchise's history and led them to a dramatic ArenaBowl victory in the 2011 season. Garcia will also be reunited with wide receiver Jeron Harvey, who caught the game-winning pass in ArenaBowl XXIV. Harvey is coming off a career year and will look to continue his success with Garcia. Garcia, who enters his AFL-record 19th season, will look for one more championship run before he rides off into the sunset. Coach Moss and his team will likely not only be favored to repeat as South Division champions for the fifth-straight year but will be on plenty of short lists for making representing the American Conference at ArenaBowl XXVII.
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.

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