2010 Arena Football League season

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2010 Arena Football League season
League Arena Football League
Sport Arena football
Duration April 2, 2010 – August 20, 2010
Regular season
AFL Playoffs
American Conference champions Tampa Bay Storm
  American Conference runners-up Orlando Predators
National Conference champions Spokane Shock
  National Conference runners-up Milwaukee Iron
ArenaBowl XXIII
Champions Spokane Shock
  Runners-up Tampa Bay Storm
ArenaBowl XXIII MVP Kyle Rowley, SPO
AFL seasons

The 2010 Arena Football League season was the twenty-third season in the history of the league. The regular season began on April 2, 2010 and ended on July 31.[1] The season ended with ArenaBowl XXIII on August 20.[2]

Final standings[edit]

American Conference
South Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Jacksonville Sharks 12 4 .750 893 806 4–2 7–1 5–3
Tampa Bay Storm 11 5 .687 926 812 3–3 6–2 5–3
Orlando Predators 8 8 .500 865 845 4–2 4–4 4–4
Alabama Vipers 7 9 .437 812 860 1–5 5–3 2–6
Southwest Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Tulsa Talons 10 6 .625 994 899 6–0 6–2 4–4
Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz 6 10 .375 833 870 3–3 5–3 1–7
Dallas Vigilantes 3 13 .187 800 920 2–4 1–7 2–6
Bossier–Shreveport Battle Wings 3 13 .187 799 1030 1–5 2–6 1–7
National Conference
Midwest Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Milwaukee Iron 11 5 .687 1043 903 5–1 7–1 4–4
Chicago Rush 10 6 .625 906 873 4–2 5–3 5–3
Cleveland Gladiators 7 9 .437 938 906 2–4 4–4 3–5
Iowa Barnstormers 7 9 .437 829 833 1–5 2–6 5–3
West Division
Team W L PCT PF PA DIV Home Away
Spokane Shock 13 3 .812 988 843 4–0 6–2 7–1
Arizona Rattlers 10 6 .625 987 885 2–2 5–3 5–3
Utah Blaze 2 14 .125 742 1040 0–4 1–7 1–7
  • Green indicates clinched playoff berth
  • Purple indicates division champion
  • Gray indicates conference champion

Schedule[edit]

Week 1

Date Home Team Score Road Team
April 2 Iowa 43–61 Chicago
April 2 Spokane 62–74 Milwaukee
April 3 Bossier-Shreveport 54–48 Alabama
April 3 Cleveland 56–61 Arizona
April 3 Tulsa 69–58 Tampa Bay
April 3 Oklahoma City 38–54 Jacksonville

Week 2

Date Home Team Score Road Team
April 9 Chicago 59–56 Cleveland
April 9 Alabama 63–49 Jacksonville
April 9 Utah 34–68 Spokane
April 10 Tulsa 63–59 Dallas
April 10 Bossier-Shreveport 73–67 Orlando

Week 3

Date Home Team Score Road Team
April 16 Tampa Bay 54–41 Dallas
April 16 Jacksonville 57–31 Orlando
April 16 Milwaukee 65–48 Iowa
April 16 Arizona 56–70 Chicago
April 17 Oklahoma City 63–50 Cleveland
April 17 Utah 54–63 Alabama
April 17 Spokane 78–70 Bossier-Shreveport

Week 4

Date Home Team Score Road Team
April 23 Chicago 63–40 Utah
April 23 Arizona 77–76 Tulsa
April 24 Iowa 68–60 Oklahoma City
April 25 Milwaukee 72–61 Tampa Bay

Week 5

Date Home Team Score Road Team
April 30 Orlando 40–50 Iowa
April 30 Dallas 54–34 Oklahoma City
April 30 Utah 65–46 Bossier-Shreveport
May 1 Jacksonville 62–60 Tulsa
May 1 Tampa Bay 62–61 Arizona
May 1 Alabama 75–67 Milwaukee
May 1 Spokane 68–72 Cleveland

Week 6

Date Home Team Score Road Team
May 7 Tampa Bay 43–46 Jacksonville
May 7 Milwaukee 71–48 Chicago
May 7 Dallas 59–70 Orlando
May 7 Arizona 56–63 Spokane
May 8 Tulsa 62–56 Alabama
May 8 Oklahoma City 88–79 Bossier-Shreveport
May 8 Iowa 56–70 Cleveland

Week 7

Date Home Team Score Road Team
May 14 Jacksonville 70–49 Dallas
May 14 Milwaukee 56–55 Utah
May 15 Cleveland 68–55 Tulsa
May 15 Chicago 30–44 Iowa
May 15 Bossier-Shreveport 44–48 Tampa Bay
May 15 Alabama 31–48 Orlando
May 16 Oklahoma City 63–68 Spokane

Week 8

Date Home Team Score Road Team
May 21 Orlando 58–54 Milwaukee
May 21 Iowa 48–52 Arizona
May 22 Jacksonville 46–44 Cleveland
May 22 Tulsa 67–41 Oklahoma City
May 22 Dallas 56–63 Chicago
May 22 Alabama 56–19 Bossier-Shreveport
May 22 Spokane 77–28 Utah

Week 9

Date Home Team Score Road Team
May 28 Orlando 50–62 Tampa Bay
May 28 Oklahoma City 65–39 Alabama
May 28 Utah 58–83 Arizona
May 29 Cleveland 49–52 Chicago
May 29 Milwaukee 63–38 Dallas
May 29 Bossier-Shreveport 48–52 Tulsa
May 29 Spokane 67–57 Jacksonville

Week 10

Date Home Team Score Road Team
June 4 Cleveland 75–39 Utah
June 4 Chicago 56–64 Jacksonville
June 5 Tampa Bay 50–48 Oklahoma City
June 5 Tulsa 54–57 Orlando
June 5 Iowa 44–45 Alabama
June 5 Dallas 69–70 Bossier-Shreveport
June 5 Arizona 68–67 Milwaukee

Week 11

Date Home Team Score Road Team
June 11 Dallas 51–69 Tulsa
June 11 Arizona 56–55 Oklahoma City
June 12 Orlando 52–53 Spokane
June 12 Milwaukee 82–54 Cleveland
June 12 Bossier-Shreveport 42–48 Iowa
June 12 Alabama 55–61 Tampa Bay
June 12 Utah 50–70 Chicago

Week 12

Date Home Team Score Road Team
June 18 Orlando 70–48 Jacksonville
June 18 Spokane 63–42 Tulsa
June 19 Cleveland 76–35 Iowa
June 19 Chicago 63–56 Milwaukee
June 19 Alabama 55–52 Dallas
June 19 Utah 40–65 Tampa Bay
June 19 Arizona 79–50 Bossier-Shreveport

Week 13

Date Home Team Score Road Team
June 25 Tampa Bay 78–39 Bossier-Shreveport
June 26 Jacksonville 50–66 Arizona
June 26 Tulsa 65–44 Cleveland
June 26 Milwaukee 48–62 Spokane
June 26 Chicago 55–42 Orlando
June 26 Oklahoma City 35–31 Dallas
June 26 Iowa 68–32 Utah

Week 14

Date Home Team Score Road Team
July 2 Utah 56–82 Milwaukee
July 2 Tampa Bay 68–60 Chicago
July 2 Dallas 38–59 Iowa
July 2 Spokane 37–36 Arizona
July 3 Jacksonville 62–47 Alabama
July 3 Orlando 70–77 Cleveland
July 3 Bossier-Shreveport 44–70 Oklahoma City

Week 15

Date Home Team Score Road Team
July 9 Orlando 45–34 Alabama
July 9 Dallas 34–56 Tampa Bay
July 9 Utah 56–67 Jacksonville
July 10 Cleveland 56–62 Spokane
July 10 Chicago 55–50 Arizona
July 10 Tulsa 74–45 Bossier-Shreveport
July 10 Oklahoma City 52–42 Iowa

Week 16

Date Home Team Score Road Team
July 16 Iowa 42–48 Spokane
July 16 Arizona 48–20 Utah
July 17 Cleveland 44–39 Oklahoma City
July 17 Jacksonville 49–47 Tampa Bay
July 17 Milwaukee 57–41 Orlando
July 17 Chicago 52–65 Dallas
July 17 Alabama 48–61 Tulsa

Week 17

Date Home Team Score Road Team
July 23 Spokane 63–49 Chicago
July 24 Tampa Bay 53–29 Alabama
July 24 Orlando 49–21 Oklahoma City
July 24 Tulsa 51–61 Arizona
July 24 Bossier-Shreveport 20–48 Jacksonville
July 24 Iowa 67–75 Milwaukee
July 24 Dallas 41–51 Utah

Week 18

Date Home Team Score Road Team
July 30 Jacksonville 64–49 Spokane
July 30 Oklahoma City 61–74 Tulsa
July 30 Arizona 47–67 Iowa
July 31 Cleveland 47–54 Milwaukee
July 31 Tampa Bay 60–75 Orlando
July 31 Bossier-Shreveport 56–62 Dallas
July 31 Alabama 68–64 Utah

Statistics[edit]

Final Statistics[3]

Passing[edit]

Player Comp. Att. Comp% Yards TD's INT's Rating
Chris Greisen, MIL 382 563 67.8% 5,146 107 11 128.2
John Dutton, CLE 446 696 64.0% 5,104 100 19 114.3
Brett Dietz, TB 372 572 65.0% 5,034 106 16 120.9
Nick Davila, ARZ 415 617 67.2% 4,858 102 18 118.4
Kyle Rowley, SPO 367 562 65.3% 4,428 100 11 120.8

Rushing[edit]

Player Car. Yards Avg. TD's Long
Odie Armstrong, TUL 74 349 4.7 13 37
Nick Hill, ORL 63 284 4.5 15 23
Ryan Vena, IOW 79 275 3.5 22 34
Dan Alexander, ALA 84 209 2.5 26 32
Byron Douzart, BS 42 195 4.6 5 28

Receiving[edit]

Player Rec. Yards Avg. TD's Long
Rod Windsor, ARZ 193 2,372 12.3 47 47
Ben Nelson, CLE 151 1,867 12.4 47 46
Anthony Jones, MIL 125 1,810 14.5 42 46
Hank Edwards, TB 115 1,748 15.2 36 45
Donovan Morgan, TUL 123 1,707 13.9 52 45

Playoffs[edit]

Conference Semifinals Conference Championship ArenaBowl XXIII
                 
1 Jacksonville 69
4 Orlando 73
4 Orlando 62
American Conference
3 Tampa Bay 63
2 Tulsa 38
3 Tampa Bay 68
A3 Tampa Bay 57
N1 Spokane 69
1 Spokane 57
4 Arizona 49
1 Spokane 60
National Conference
2 Milwaukee 57
2 Milwaukee 64
3 Chicago 54

Conference semifinals[edit]

Conference Date Kickoff Away Home Final score Game site Recap
American Friday, August 6 8:00 pm EDT Orlando Predators Jacksonville Sharks Orlando, 73–69 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena [1]
National Friday, August 6 11:00 pm EDT Arizona Rattlers Spokane Shock Spokane, 57–49 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena [2]
American Saturday, August 7 8:00 pm EDT Tampa Bay Storm Tulsa Talons Tampa Bay, 68–38 BOK Center [3]
National Saturday, August 7 8:00 pm EDT Chicago Rush Milwaukee Iron Milwaukee, 64–54 U.S. Cellular Arena [4]

Conference finals[edit]

Conference Date Kickoff Away Home Final score Game site Recap
National Thursday, August 12 8:00 pm EDT Milwaukee Iron Spokane Shock Spokane, 60–57 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena [5]
American Saturday, August 14 7:30 pm EDT Orlando Predators Tampa Bay Storm Tampa Bay, 63–62 St. Pete Times Forum [6]

ArenaBowl XXIII[edit]

Main article: ArenaBowl XXIII
Date Kickoff Away Home Final score Game site Recap
Friday, August 20 8:00 pm EDT Tampa Bay Storm Spokane Shock Spokane, 69–57 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena [7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arena Football One (December 31, 2009). "AF1 Announces Inaugural 2010 Schedule". Archived from the original on 6 February 2010. Retrieved February 1, 2010. 
  2. ^ Arena Football League Re-Launches
  3. ^ 2010 Arena Football League Individual Statistics