2010 Arena Football League season

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2010 Arena Football League season
League Arena Football League
Sport Arena football
DurationApril 2, 2010 – August 20, 2010
Regular season
Season champions Spokane Shock
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
Finals MVP Kyle Rowley, SPO
AFL seasons

The 2010 Arena Football League season was the inaugural season of the second incarnation of the Arena Football League, and the 23rd season of indoor football staged under the "Arena Football" brand. The regular season began on April 2, 2010 and ended on July 31. [1] The season ended with ArenaBowl XXIII on August 20. [2]

Contents

Final standings

American Conference
South Division
TeamWLPCTPFPADIVHomeAway
Jacksonville Sharks 124.7508938064–27–15–3
Tampa Bay Storm 115.6879268123–36–25–3
Orlando Predators 88.5008658454–24–44–4
Alabama Vipers 79.4378128601–55–32–6
Southwest Division
TeamWLPCTPFPADIVHomeAway
Tulsa Talons 106.6259948996–06–24–4
Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz 610.3758338703–35–31–7
Dallas Vigilantes 313.1878009202–41–72–6
Bossier–Shreveport Battle Wings 313.18779910301–52–61–7
National Conference
Midwest Division
TeamWLPCTPFPADIVHomeAway
Milwaukee Iron 115.68710439035–17–14–4
Chicago Rush 106.6259068734–25–35–3
Cleveland Gladiators 79.4379389062–44–43–5
Iowa Barnstormers 79.4378298331–52–65–3
West Division
TeamWLPCTPFPADIVHomeAway
Spokane Shock 133.8129888434–06–27–1
Arizona Rattlers 106.6259878852–25–35–3
Utah Blaze 214.12574210400–41–71–7

Schedule

Week 1

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
April 2Iowa43–61Chicago
April 2Spokane62–74Milwaukee
April 3Bossier-Shreveport54–48Alabama
April 3Cleveland56–61Arizona
April 3Tulsa69–58Tampa Bay
April 3Oklahoma City38–54Jacksonville

Week 2

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
April 9Chicago59–56Cleveland
April 9Alabama63–49Jacksonville
April 9Utah34–68Spokane
April 10Tulsa63–59Dallas
April 10Bossier-Shreveport73–67Orlando

Week 3

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
April 16Tampa Bay54–41Dallas
April 16Jacksonville57–31Orlando
April 16Milwaukee65–48Iowa
April 16Arizona56–70Chicago
April 17Oklahoma City63–50Cleveland
April 17Utah54–63Alabama
April 17Spokane78–70Bossier-Shreveport

Week 4

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
April 23Chicago63–40Utah
April 23Arizona77–76Tulsa
April 24Iowa68–60Oklahoma City
April 25Milwaukee72–61Tampa Bay

Week 5

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
April 30Orlando40–50Iowa
April 30Dallas54–34Oklahoma City
April 30Utah65–46Bossier-Shreveport
May 1Jacksonville62–60Tulsa
May 1Tampa Bay62–61Arizona
May 1Alabama75–67Milwaukee
May 1Spokane68–72Cleveland

Week 6

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
May 7Tampa Bay43–46Jacksonville
May 7Milwaukee71–48Chicago
May 7Dallas59–70Orlando
May 7Arizona56–63Spokane
May 8Tulsa62–56Alabama
May 8Oklahoma City88–79Bossier-Shreveport
May 8Iowa56–70Cleveland

Week 7

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
May 14Jacksonville70–49Dallas
May 14Milwaukee56–55Utah
May 15Cleveland68–55Tulsa
May 15Chicago30–44Iowa
May 15Bossier-Shreveport44–48Tampa Bay
May 15Alabama31–48Orlando
May 16Oklahoma City63–68Spokane

Week 8

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
May 21Orlando58–54Milwaukee
May 21Iowa48–52Arizona
May 22Jacksonville46–44Cleveland
May 22Tulsa67–41Oklahoma City
May 22Dallas56–63Chicago
May 22Alabama56–19Bossier-Shreveport
May 22Spokane77–28Utah

Week 9

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
May 28Orlando50–62Tampa Bay
May 28Oklahoma City65–39Alabama
May 28Utah58–83Arizona
May 29Cleveland49–52Chicago
May 29Milwaukee63–38Dallas
May 29Bossier-Shreveport48–52Tulsa
May 29Spokane67–57Jacksonville

Week 10

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
June 4Cleveland75–39Utah
June 4Chicago56–64Jacksonville
June 5Tampa Bay50–48Oklahoma City
June 5Tulsa54–57Orlando
June 5Iowa44–45Alabama
June 5Dallas69–70Bossier-Shreveport
June 5Arizona68–67Milwaukee

Week 11

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
June 11Dallas51–69Tulsa
June 11Arizona56–55Oklahoma City
June 12Orlando52–53Spokane
June 12Milwaukee82–54Cleveland
June 12Bossier-Shreveport42–48Iowa
June 12Alabama55–61Tampa Bay
June 12Utah50–70Chicago

Week 12

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
June 18Orlando70–48Jacksonville
June 18Spokane63–42Tulsa
June 19Cleveland76–35Iowa
June 19Chicago63–56Milwaukee
June 19Alabama55–52Dallas
June 19Utah40–65Tampa Bay
June 19Arizona79–50Bossier-Shreveport

Week 13

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
June 25Tampa Bay78–39Bossier-Shreveport
June 26Jacksonville50–66Arizona
June 26Tulsa65–44Cleveland
June 26Milwaukee48–62Spokane
June 26Chicago55–42Orlando
June 26Oklahoma City35–31Dallas
June 26Iowa68–32Utah

Week 14

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
July 2Utah56–82Milwaukee
July 2Tampa Bay68–60Chicago
July 2Dallas38–59Iowa
July 2Spokane37–36Arizona
July 3Jacksonville62–47Alabama
July 3Orlando70–77Cleveland
July 3Bossier-Shreveport44–70Oklahoma City

Week 15

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
July 9Orlando45–34Alabama
July 9Dallas34–56Tampa Bay
July 9Utah56–67Jacksonville
July 10Cleveland56–62Spokane
July 10Chicago55–50Arizona
July 10Tulsa74–45Bossier-Shreveport
July 10Oklahoma City52–42Iowa

Week 16

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
July 16Iowa42–48Spokane
July 16Arizona48–20Utah
July 17Cleveland44–39Oklahoma City
July 17Jacksonville49–47Tampa Bay
July 17Milwaukee57–41Orlando
July 17Chicago52–65Dallas
July 17Alabama48–61Tulsa

Week 17

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
July 23Spokane63–49Chicago
July 24Tampa Bay53–29Alabama
July 24Orlando49–21Oklahoma City
July 24Tulsa51–61Arizona
July 24Bossier-Shreveport20–48Jacksonville
July 24Iowa67–75Milwaukee
July 24Dallas41–51Utah

Week 18

DateHome TeamScoreRoad Team
July 30Jacksonville64–49Spokane
July 30Oklahoma City61–74Tulsa
July 30Arizona47–67Iowa
July 31Cleveland47–54Milwaukee
July 31Tampa Bay60–75Orlando
July 31Bossier-Shreveport56–62Dallas
July 31Alabama68–64Utah

Statistics

Final Statistics [3]

Passing

PlayerComp.Att.Comp%YardsTD'sINT'sRating
Chris Greisen, MIL 38256367.8%5,14610711128.2
John Dutton, CLE 44669664.0%5,10410019114.3
Brett Dietz, TB 37257265.0%5,03410616120.9
Nick Davila, ARZ 41561767.2%4,85810218118.4
Kyle Rowley, SPO 36756265.3%4,42810011120.8

Rushing

PlayerCar.YardsAvg.TD'sLong
Odie Armstrong, TUL 743494.71337
Nick Hill, ORL 632844.51523
Ryan Vena, IOW 792753.52234
Dan Alexander, ALA 842092.52632
Byron Douzart, BS 421954.6528

Receiving

PlayerRec.YardsAvg.TD'sLong
Rod Windsor, ARZ 1932,37212.34747
Ben Nelson, CLE 1511,86712.44746
Anthony Jones, MIL 1251,81014.54246
Hank Edwards, TB 1151,74815.23645
Donovan Morgan, TUL 1231,70713.95245

Playoffs

Conference Semifinals Conference Championship ArenaBowl XXIII
         
1 Jacksonville 69
4Orlando73
4 Orlando 62
American Conference
3Tampa Bay63
2 Tulsa 38
3Tampa Bay68
A3 Tampa Bay 57
N1Spokane69
1Spokane57
4 Arizona 49
1Spokane60
National Conference
2 Milwaukee 57
2Milwaukee64
3 Chicago 54

Conference semifinals

ConferenceDateKickoffAwayHomeFinal scoreGame siteRecap
AmericanFriday, August 68:00 pm EDT Orlando Predators Jacksonville Sharks Orlando, 73–69 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
NationalFriday, August 611:00 pm EDT Arizona Rattlers Spokane Shock Spokane, 57–49 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
AmericanSaturday, August 78:00 pm EDT Tampa Bay Storm Tulsa Talons Tampa Bay, 68–38 BOK Center
NationalSaturday, August 78:00 pm EDT Chicago Rush Milwaukee Iron Milwaukee, 64–54 U.S. Cellular Arena

Conference finals

ConferenceDateKickoffAwayHomeFinal scoreGame siteRecap
NationalThursday, August 128:00 pm EDT Milwaukee Iron Spokane Shock Spokane, 60–57 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
AmericanSaturday, August 147:30 pm EDT Orlando Predators Tampa Bay Storm Tampa Bay, 63–62 St. Pete Times Forum

ArenaBowl XXIII

DateKickoffAwayHomeFinal scoreGame siteRecap
Friday, August 208:00 pm EDT Tampa Bay Storm Spokane Shock Spokane, 69–57 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

All-Arena team

Offense
PositionFirst teamSecond team
Quarterback Chris Greisen, Milwaukee Brett Dietz, Tampa Bay
Fullback Dan Alexander, Alabama Odie Armstrong, Tulsa
Center Kyle Young, Arizona Beau Elliot, Chicago
Offensive lineman Adam Tadisch, Cleveland
Ed Taʻamu, Spokane
Thomas Kaleita, Tampa Bay
Phil Bogle, Dallas
Wide receiver Rod Windsor, Arizona
Donovan Morgan, Tulsa
Ben Nelson, Cleveland
Anthony Jones, Milwaukee
Aaron Boone, Utah
Huey Whittaker, Utah
Defense
PositionFirst teamSecond team
Defensive lineman Gabe Nyenhuis, Tulsa
Tim McGill, Tampa Bay
Khreem Smith, Milwaukee
Anttaj Hawthorne, Arizona
Jermaine Smith, Tampa Bay
Anthony Hoke, Cleveland
Middle linebacker Steve Watson, Tulsa Cliff Dukes, Tampa Bay
Jack linebacker DeJuan Alfonzo, Chicago Jamar Ransom, Tulsa
Defensive back Rayshaun Kizer, Orlando
Tanner Varner, Iowa
Kenny McEntyre, Orlando
Vince Hill, Alabama
Josh Ferguson, Arizona
Micheaux Robinson, Jacksonville
Special teams
PositionFirst teamSecond team
Kicker Chris Gould, Chicago Carlos Martinez, Orlando

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