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HIFL TEAM RANKINGS [QUARTERLY UPDATES]
« on: August 02, 2017, 08:46:16 PM »
SEASON 9 - FIRST QUARTER

Scoring Offense (points per game)
1. Kansas City
2. Rapid City
3. Michigan
4. Cleveland
5. Orlando
6. Alabama
7. Long Beach
8. Lincoln
9. Tombstone
10. Tulsa
11. San Antonio
12. New Jersey
13. Oakland
14. Las Vegas
15. Atlanta
16. Music City
17. DC
18. Miami
19. St. Paul
20. Seattle

Scoring Defense (points per game allowed)
1. Cleveland
2. Rapid City
3. Las Vegas
4. Miami
5. Tombstone
6. Alabama
7. Long Beach
8. Michigan
9. Orlando
10. St. Paul
11. Music City
12. Lincoln
13. Tulsa
14. New Jersey
15. Atlanta
16. Kansas City
17. San Antonio
18. DC
19. Oakland
20. Seattle

Total Offense (Rush+Pass Yards per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Lincoln
3. Kansas City
4. Michigan
5. Tulsa
6. Alabama
7. Atlanta
8. Orlando
9. Cleveland
10. DC
11. Tombstone
12. Music City
13. New Jersey
14. San Antonio
15. Las Vegas
16. Miami
17. Oakland
18. Long Beach
19. Seattle
20. St. Paul

Rushing Offense (Rushing Yards per game)
1. Alabama
2. Rapid City
3. Atlanta
4. Lincoln
5. Las Vegas
6. Long Beach
7. San Antonio
8. Tombstone
9. Cleveland
10. Miami
11. New Jersey
12. Oakland
13. St. Paul
14. Michigan
15. Orlando
16. Tulsa
17. DC
18. Music City
19. Seattle
20. Kansas City

Passing Offense (Passing Yards per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Kansas City
3. Lincoln
4. Tulsa
5. DC
6. Orlando
7. Michigan
8. Music City
9. Cleveland
10. Atlanta
11. New Jersey
12. Tombstone
13. Alabama
14. San Antonio
15. Miami
16. Las Vegas
17. Oakland
18. Seattle
19. St. Paul
20. Long Beach

Total Defense (Rush+Pass Yards allowed per game)
1. Lincoln
2. Las Vegas
3. Rapid City
4. Cleveland
5. Tombstone
6. Michigan
7. Tulsa
8. Alabama
9. Long Beach
10. Miami
11. Music City
12. New Jersey
13. DC
14. Orlando
15. San Antonio
16. Oakland
17. St. Paul
18. Atlanta
19. Seattle
20. Kansas City

Rushing Defense (Rushing Yards allowed per game)
1. Lincoln
2. Rapid City
3. Alabama
4. Michigan
5. Atlanta
6. Las Vegas
7. Oakland
8. Tombstone
9. Cleveland
10. Miami
11. Long Beach
12. San Antonio
13. New Jersey
14. DC
15. Tulsa
16. Kansas City
17. Orlando
18. St. Paul
19. Music City
20. Seattle

Passing Defense (Passing Yards allowed per game)
1. Las Vegas
2. Tulsa
3. Music City
4. Cleveland
5. Lincoln
6. Tombstone
7. Orlando
8. Rapid City
9. Michigan
10. Long Beach
11. Miami
12. New Jersey
13. Alabama
14. DC
15. St. Paul
16. San Antonio
17. Seattle
18. Oakland
19. Atlanta
20. Kansas City
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Re: HIFL TEAM RANKINGS [QUARTERLY UPDATES]
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2017, 05:43:11 PM »
SEASON 9 - SECOND QUARTER

Scoring Offense (points per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Kansas City
3. Michigan
4. Orlando
5. Cleveland
6. Lincoln
7. Music City
8. St. Paul
9. Alabama
10. Oakland
11. Tulsa
12. DC
13. Tombstone
14. Long Beach
15. New Jersey
16. Las Vegas
17. San Antonio
18. Atlanta
19. Miami
20. Seattle

Scoring Defense (points per game allowed)
1. Cleveland
2. Miami
3. Michigan
4. Las Vegas
5. Alabama
6. Rapid City
7. Long Beach
8. Kansas City
9. St. Paul
10. San Antonio
11. Music City
12. Lincoln
13. Tulsa
14. Tombstone
15. Orlando
16. New Jersey
17. Oakland
18. DC
19. Atlanta
20. Seattle

Total Offense (Rush+Pass Yards per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Kansas City
3. Michigan
4. Lincoln
5. Alabama
6. Orlando
7. Cleveland
8. Music City
9. Tulsa
10. Las Vegas
11. Atlanta
12. DC
13. Tombstone
14. San Anotonio
15. Oakland
16. St. Paul
17. New Jersey
18. Miami
19. Long Beach
20. Seattle

Rushing Offense (Rushing Yards per game)
1. Alabama
2. Rapid City
3. Cleveland
4. Atlanta
5. Lincoln
6. San Antonio
7. Las Vegas
8. St. Paul
9. Long Beach
10. New Jersey
11. Miami
12. Tombstone
13. Michigan
14. Oakland
15. Tulsa
16. Music City
17. Orlando
18. DC
19. Seattle
20. Kansas City

Passing Offense (Passing Yards per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Kansas City
3. Michigan
4. Orlando
5. Music City
6. Lincoln
7. DC
8. Tulsa
9. Cleveland
10. Las Vegas
11. Tombstone
12. Alabama
13. Atlanta
14. Oakland
15. San Antonio
16. Miami
17. New Jersey
18. St. Paul
19. Seattle
20. Long Beach

Total Defense (Rush+Pass Yards allowed per game)
1. Las Vegas
2. Alabama
3. Michigan
4. Lincoln
5. Music City
6. Cleveland
7. Tulsa
8. Long Beach
9. Rapid City
10. Miami
11. DC
12. Tombstone
13. San Antonio
14. Orlando
15. St. Paul
16. Oakland
17. Kansas City
18. Atlanta
19. New Jersey
20. Seattle

Rushing Defense (Rushing Yards allowed per game)
1. Lincoln
2. Las Vegas
3. Tombstone
4. Michigan
5. Atlanta
6. Rapid City
7. Alabama
8. Miami
9. Long Beach
10. Oakland
11. Tulsa
12. San Antonio
13. Kansas City
14. Orlando
15. Cleveland
16. DC
17. Music City
18. St. Paul
19. New Jersey
20. Seattle

Passing Defense (Passing Yards allowed per game)
1. Music City
2. Alabama
3. Las Vegas
4. Michigan
5. Cleveland
6. DC
7. Tulsa
8. Long Beach
9. San Antonio
10. Lincoln
11. Rapid City
12. Miami
13. St. Paul
14. Orlando
15. Tombstone
16. Oakland
17. New Jersey
18. Kansas City
19. Seattle
20. Atlanta
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Re: HIFL TEAM RANKINGS [QUARTERLY UPDATES]
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2017, 01:42:17 AM »
SEASON 9 - THIRD QUARTER

Scoring Offense (points per game)
1. Rapid City
1. Kansas City
3. Michigan
4. Cleveland
5. Alabama
6. St. Paul
7. Lincoln
8. DC
9. Music City
10. Orlando
11. San Antonio
12. Tombstone
13. New Jersey
14. Long Beach
15. Tulsa
16. Oakland
17. Las Vegas
18. Miami
19. Atlanta
20. Seattle

Scoring Defense (points per game allowed)
1. Cleveland
2. Miami
3. St. Paul
4. Rapid City
5. Michigan
6. Alabama
7. Las Vegas
8. San Antonio
9. Kansas City
10. Lincoln
11. Music City
12. Long Beach
13. New Jersey
14. Tombstone
15. Tulsa
16. Oakland
17. Atlanta
18. DC
19. Seattle
20. Orlando

Total Offense (Rush+Pass Yards per game)
1. Rapid City
2. Kansas City
3. Michigan
4. Alabama
5. Lincoln
6. Cleveland
7. Music City
8. San Antonio
9. Tombstone
10. Las Vegas
11. DC
12. Orlando
13. St. Paul
14. Tulsa
15. Miami
16. Atlanta
17. Oakland
18. New Jersey
19. Long Beach
20. Seattle

Rushing Offense (Rushing Yards per game)
1. Alabama
2. Rapid City
3. New Jersey
4. Lincoln
5. Cleveland
6. Atlanta
7. St. Paul
8. San Antonio
9. Miami
10. Las Vegas
11. Tombstone
12. Long Beach
13. Michigan
14. Oakland
15. Tulsa
16. DC
17. Orlando
18. Music City
19. Kansas City
20. Seattle

Passing Offense (Passing Yards per game)
1. Kansas City
2. Rapid City
3. Michigan
4. Music City
5. Lincoln
6. DC
7. Orlando
8. Cleveland
9. Alabama
10. Tulsa
11. Tombstone
12. Las Vegas
13. San Antonio
14. St. Paul
15. Oakland
16. Miami
17. Seattle
18. Atlanta
19. New Jersey
20. Long Beach

Total Defense (Rush+Pass Yards allowed per game)
1. Alabama
2. Lincoln
3. Miami
4. Music City
5. Las Vegas
6. Cleveland
7. Michigan
8. St. Paul
9. San Antonio
10. Long Beach
11. Tombstone
12. Tulsa
13. Rapid City
14. DC
15. Oakland
16. Orlando
17. Seattle
18. Atlanta
19. Kansas City
20. New Jersey

Rushing Defense (Rushing Yards allowed per game)
1. Lincoln
2. Alabama
3. Rapid City
4. Las Vegas
5. Michigan
6. Atlanta
7. Oakland
8. Miami
9. Tombstone
10.Cleveland
11. San Antonio
12. DC
13. Long Beach
14. Tulsa
15. Kansas City
16. Music City
17. Orlando
18. St. Paul
19. Seattle
20. New Jersey

Passing Defense (Passing Yards allowed per game)
1. Music City
2. Miami
3. St. Paul
4. Alabama
5. Cleveland
6. Lincoln
7. Long Beach
8. San Antonio
9. Las Vegas
10. Tulsa
11. Michigan
12. Tombstone
13. DC
14. Rapid City
15. Orlando
16. Seattle
17. Oakland
18. New Jersey
19. Kansas City
20. Atlanta
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GM Kirk [21|May 12:29 AM]:   When trade fever hits, math is the first casualty.