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2013 Arena Football League Playoffs

August 07, 2013

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The Arena Football League is down to the final four teams in the 2013 AFL Playoffs. It's not the NFL but it's high-scoring, action-packed football and it's pretty exciting. The conference finals are on Saturday, August 10th, 2013 and if you're starving for football, you should check it out.

Final Four Teams

Arizona RattlersArizona RattlersCourtesy of the AFL

Nick Davila is leading the Arizona Rattlers into this weekend as the #1 seed and they are the favorites to win the Arena Bowl. The Rattlers are the defending champions of the AFL and they are looking unbeatable as Nick is throwing about 7 touchdowns every game. 

Spokane ShockSpokane ShockCourtesy of the AFL

The Spokane Shock won their last 5 games of the regular season and their last Playoffs game to show everyone that they are contenders. Adron Tennell is leading the team as the only player from the Shock in the Top 10 stats of his position... receiving. Even the defense does not fall come in the top 10, so the Shock are shocking everyone how they keep winning!

Philadelphia SoulPhiladelphia SoulCourtesy of the AFL

The Philadelphia Soul is coming close to winning a championship thanks to Derrick Ross leading the league in rushing and wide reciever Anthony Jones leading the league in recieving yards. Quarterback Dan Raudabaugh has the highest completion percentage, so if you believe that numbers tell the tale, than the Soul is your team to bet on to win the championship this year.

Jacksonville SharksJacksonville SharksCourtesy of the AFL

Finally the Jacksonville Sharks are also the Underdogs of the AFL Conference Finals. The Sharks don't really have anyone who stands out as a team leader, but they won the South Division with a 12-6 record and they're still in it. The key for the Sharks to win will be their Running Back Bernard Morris as he is making amazing plays in clutch situations.

Free Football

The AFL is streaming all the Playoff games for free online! However they do make you subscribe and go through some registration so you have to follow some instructions. Just go to www.arenafootball.com

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