2016 Arizona Rattlers season

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2016 Arizona Rattlers season
Head coach Kevin Guy
General manager Kevin Guy
OwnerRon Shurts
Home field Talking Stick Resort Arena
Results
Record13–3
Conference place1st National
Playoff finishWon National Conference Semifinals 84–40 (Steel)
Won National Conference Championship 82–41 (Gladiators)
Lost ArenaBowl XXIX 42–56 (Soul)

The 2016 Arizona Rattlers season was the twenty-fourth season for the arena football franchise in the Arena Football League. The team was coached by Kevin Guy and played their home games at Talking Stick Resort Arena. They moved to the Indoor Football League after the season.

Contents

Standings

2016 National Conference standings
TeamOverallPointsRecord
WLPCTPFPACONHomeAway
x-Arizona Rattlers 133.8131,0687668–08–05–3
Los Angeles Kiss 79.4387367484–45–42–5
Cleveland Gladiators 79.4388269342–44–43–5
Portland Steel 313.1886709261–73–40–9

Schedule

Regular season

The 2016 regular season schedule was released on December 10, 2015. [1]

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocationAttendanceReport
ScoreRecord
1FridayApril 110:00 p.m. EDT at Portland Steel W 80–281–0 Moda Center 6,782 [2]
2SaturdayApril 911:00 p.m. EDTat Los Angeles KISS W 69–282–0 Honda Center 6,427 [3]
3SaturdayApril 169:00 p.m. EDT Tampa Bay Storm W 60–273–0 Talking Stick Resort Arena 14,872 [4]
4SaturdayApril 237:00 p.m. EDTat Jacksonville Sharks W 75–68 (OT)4–0 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 8,354 [5]
5SaturdayApril 309:00 p.m. EDTPortland SteelW 68–215–0Talking Stick Resort Arena11,510 [6]
6SaturdayMay 77:30 p.m. EDTat Orlando Predators L 59–775–1 Amway Center 10,512 [7]
7FridayMay 146:30 p.m. EDTat Philadelphia Soul L 58–655–2 Wells Fargo Center 8,580 [8]
8SaturdayMay 219:00 p.m. EDTLos Angeles KISSW 47–346–2Talking Stick Resort Arena14,519 [9]
9SundayMay 292:00 p.m. EDTat Tampa Bay StormL 56–636–3 Amalie Arena 8,298 [10]
10FridayJune 37:00 p.m. EDTat Cleveland Gladiators W 77–627–3 Quicken Loans Arena 11,797
11SaturdayJune 119:00 p.m. EDTPortland SteelW 76–498–3Talking Stick Resort Arena14,401
12FridayJune 1710:00 p.m. EDTPhiladelphia SoulW 80–639–3Talking Stick Resort Arena11,067
13SundayJune 266:00 p.m. EDTat Los Angeles KISSW 64–4910–3Honda Center7,090
14Bye
15SaturdayJuly 99:30 p.m. EDTJacksonville SharksW 69–6711–3Talking Stick Resort Arena11,874
16MondayJuly 189:30 p.m. EDTOrlando PredatorsW 62–4512–3Talking Stick Resort Arena9,628
17SundayJuly 249:00 p.m. EDTCleveland GladiatorsW 68–2013–3Talking Stick Resort Arena12,823
18Bye

Playoffs

RoundDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocationAttendanceReport
NC SemifinalsSaturdayAugust 610:00 p.m.EDT Portland Steel W 84–40 Talking Stick Resort Arena 13,192
NC ChampionshipSaturdayAugust 139:00 p.m.EDT Cleveland Gladiators W 82–41 Talking Stick Resort Arena 15,103
ArenaBowl XXIX FridayAugust 267:00 p.m.EDT Philadelphia Soul L 42–56 Gila River Arena 13,390

Roster

2016 Arizona Rattlers roster
Quarterbacks

Fullbacks

Wide receivers

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Kickers

Injured reserve

League suspension

Other league exempt

Refused to report

Inactive reserve

Recallable reassignment

  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics
Roster updated August 12, 2016
25 Active, 22 Inactive

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