Season 39 Second Quarter Power Rankings

These are a bit late, coming after 91 games rather than the actual halfway point of 82 contests, but here’s an update on both the playoff races and MWR pushes:

Team Exp Win % Projected Wins Actual Win % Movement
Las Vegas 0.284 46 0.319 -2
Trenton 0.372 60 0.385 -12
Boise 0.400 65 0.418 2
New York 0.402 65 0.396 2
Washington DC 0.416 67 0.462 -7
Syracuse 0.419 68 0.396 -9
Huntington 0.421 68 0.462 3
Seattle 0.428 69 0.374 1
Fargo 0.435 70 0.440 -2
Jacksonville 0.436 71 0.473 5
Boston 0.457 74 0.429 -6
Augusta 0.465 75 0.429 6
Wichita 0.480 78 0.538 n/a
Atlanta 0.485 79 0.495 -8
Toledo 0.490 79 0.495 -3
Buffalo 0.497 81 0.484 -9
Cleveland 0.499 81 0.451 9
Scottsdale 0.513 83 0.538 -5
Vancouver 0.516 84 0.473 10
Milwaukee 0.517 84 0.473 n/a
Scranton 0.529 86 0.560 -5
Salem 0.534 87 0.549 12
Tucson 0.555 90 0.538 -7
El Paso 0.560 91 0.560 n/a
Charleston 0.573 93 0.549 4
Tampa Bay 0.583 94 0.637 10
Montreal 0.607 98 0.560 -1
Santa Fe 0.620 100 0.615 9
Kansas City 0.623 101 0.637 2
Burlington 0.626 101 0.615 1
Anaheim 0.638 103 0.604 n/a
Little Rock 0.690 112 0.648 n/a

MWR Update:

  • Las Vegas needs 56 wins to stay, and is on pace for 52
  • Boise needs 77 wins to stay, and is on pace for 68
  • All other teams need the minimum 50, and are on pace for 61+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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