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Power Rankings – Wk 6

Along with the beginning of Week 6 of the New England Football League season, here is our NEW POWER RANKINGS!!!!  Continuing to set the standard is our AAA Conference. These Power Rankings are based on a formula that goes above Wins / Losses and truly shows who are the best of the best.  We are still early in the season, so the Rankings can change each and every week.  Follow our 2013 Season Rankings and see who ends up on top.

After the week 5 results have been tabulated, Out of 16 teams, your new top 4 order of “Power House” teams: #1 Bridgeport Gators (Southern Division) , #2 Maine Sabers (Northern Division), #3 Southern Maine Raging Bulls (Northern Division), and #4 Western Connecticut Militia (Southern Division).

Below is your complete list…

 

2013 NEFL Power Rankings: Week 6
RANK TEAM / RECORD TRENDING COMMENTS
1
Bridgeport Gators
5-0
Rising
Last Week: 2
The track team"s rise was a surprise to everyone, until you found out for yourself that they are for real. Dusting the competition by leading the league in points scored and having a Top 3 defense will put you on Top.
2
Maine Sabers
5-0
Falling

Last Week: 1

Who says you can"t Win and not drop in the rankings, the Sabers can make that claim. Its not just who you beat or how you win but also what the competition is up to.
3
So. Maine Raging Bulls
4-1
Rising

Last Week: 4

With the Warriors out of the 3rd Spot who better to fill it than the Bulls, who have been stampeding over the competition as of late. Only giving up 6 points in their last 2 games.
4
Western CT Militia
4-1
Rising

Last Week: 6

Still awaiting the rematch to prove that their one loss of the season was a fluke, the Militia are invading every camp with one purpose… WIN.
5
CT Panthers
4-1

Last Week: 5
The Panthers were expected to handle the Spartans with ease, however the final score left somethings to be talked about such as… Which Panthers team will show up to finish the rest of the season? So, with the Gators on the schedule next they will need to get all the Cats on the field.
6
W.Mass Warriors
3-2
Falling
Last Week: 3
A lot of the fans felt that the Warriors were prematurely ranked as one of the top 4 teams in the conference, guess they were right…
7
Tri-State Bulldogs
3-2
Rising

Last Week: 12

After an upset win over the previously No. 3 ranked Warriors, the Bulldogs from New York are now sitting pretty at 3-2.
8
Lowell Nor'easter
3-2

Last Week: 8

Even though there is no ranking change for Lowell, this team needs to start stockpiling some wins over the next few weeks, in order to secure their place in the post season.
9
Boston Bandits
3-2
Falling
Last Week: 7
With 2 back-to-back losses, everyone is starting to wonder if this is it for Boston…
10
New Hampshire Wolfpack
2-3
Rising
Last Week: 15
With a BIG 1-point victory over the Bandits the Pack is back on the prowl. Next up the Colonials.
11
No. Shore Generals
2-3
Falling
Last Week: 9
With previous wins over the Pride and Colonials, the Generals finds themselves only a game win away from .500.
12
Metro-West Colonials
1-4
Falling
Last Week: 10
After their loss to the Nor'easter, the Colonials are exactly who they are supposed to be… a 1-4 ball club. Hopefully the second half of the year will be better.
13
Hartford Whalers
1-4
Falling
Last Week: 11
With their lone win over the Gamblers, this tough bunch has had an uphill battle thus far and the road doesn"t appear to be any easier.
14
Merrimack Valley Pride
0-5
Falling
Last Week: 13
In 2013, the Pride has been getting Mauled all season long by the injury bug.
15
New Jersey Spartans
0-5
Falling

Last Week: 14

The team from New Jersey, has not seemed to be a challenge for anyone this year and it doesn"t help that they play in the toughest division in the league.
16
CT Gamblers
0-5

Last Week: 16

It has been a very tough season for the Gamblers after losing some key players to conference rivals. So far this season"s opponents have proven to be a bit too much for them.

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