Power Rankings

  • 1

    CHICAGO BLISS | 2-0

    PR2

    After two impressive wins over a quality opponent in the Los Angeles Temptation, the Bliss with its No.1 ranked aggressive defense and an offense on the upswing, are a solid top seed.

  • 2

    NASHVILLE KNIGHTS | 2-0

    PR3

    An amazing story only gets better as several rookies such as Nene Gleavees and Whitney Palmer are stepping up alongside an already potent veteran roster. Could be the biggest threat to Chicago.

  • 3

    ATLANTA STEAM | 1-1

    PR1

    Rebounding nicely after an 0-1 start, the ChrisDell Harris free-agency signing, could be the most important free-agency signing in LFL history. Atlanta still holds its Playoff destiny, win out and the 2017 Eastern Conference champions, are in.

  • 4

    AUSTIN ACOUSTIC | 2-1

    PR6

    Yes, the Acoustic are in first place of the Western Conference and coming off the greatest win in franchise history over a solid Atlanta Steam. However, we will see how real of a top seed Austin is, after facing a cornered-animal in the Los Angeles Temptation.

  • 5

    SEATTLE MIST | 0-2

    PR5

    Playing well, just not good enough, defensively. Michelle Angel is on track for League MVP honors with a passing game that is clicking. Rookie Jazmine Carter is proving to be a difference-maker.

  • 6

    LOS ANGELES TEMPTATION | 0-3

    PR4

    The lowest power-ranking in franchise history, is just the start of a team spiraling out of control. Without Ashley Salerno, this is a different team, a solid defense is being wasted on an inept offense. QB Michelle Kenny looks lost in the offense and center Christina Sagarminaga is killing the team with her play.

  • 7

    OMAHA HEART | 1-0

    PR7

    At 1-0, Omaha is keeping pace in the Eastern Conference with Chicago and Nashville, however their win came against the league’s lowest-ranked Denver Dream. With the LFL’s easiest schedule, the Heart could be relevant until late into the season.

  • 8

    DENVER DREAM | 0-1

    PR8

    Definitely a far better football team than the nightmare that was last season. The loss of stud Breaya Quintana will hurt, but the surprising play of first-year Quarterback Britney Perea and Safety Nicole Curry has the future looking bright in the Mile High City.