FRCTop25 Week 6 Poll Open. Closes 4/10 8:00pm Eastern

Week 6 of the FRC Top 25 community poll is now open. We had some awesome events this week and can’t wait to see who rises to the top!

Voting is here: https://goo.gl/forms/4RbjC4i8k2JlK8tX2

Polls close at 8:00pm Eastern on Monday

Check out the results live on Tuesday at 8:30pm Eastern

Post below if you want to make your pitch on a team that should be in the FRC Top 25.

I’ve got two - I hope that’s allowed

2168
These guys have had a perfect season so far. 3 district event wins, and a district championship win. Not to mention that at all but one of those events, they were ranked first, and are currently ranked first in the New England district. This District champion win also marks their second DCMP win in two years.

195
195 is strong every year, and this year is no exception. Ranking highly at Waterbury and TVR set them up for their Hartford win, and eventually the DCMP win. This DCMP win marks their 3rd consecutive win, and their 4th consecutive finals appearance.

Note: Due to the bracketed scoring of rotors, gear contribution is generally underestimated. Also, the “Combined Power” is clearly arbitrary and is just a baseline for comparing teams.

Top 25 by (gearContribution / maxGearContribution) + (fuelContribution / maxFuelContribution)


Team    Combined Power      Gear Power      Fuel Power
118     1.37587069766       2.27145621031   46.5577992348
195     1.24992841486       1.73589614128   44.8202560622
2056    1.20291862928       1.64935281485   43.2983294571
1678    1.15532546646       2.20943938248   36.7674875785
2122    1.09676634631       2.24475689627   33.7690112586
330     1.05398855556       3.51745336089   21.9722860296
225     1.03728524059       1.72919573453   34.9716790005
987     1.01512826047       2.78437220367   25.8108270076
3238    1.0143009268        6.0431851284    0.66581967885
2168    0.953936364914      5.30557660438   3.53804897933
125     0.950803510813      0.528487122861  40.1957578888
2590    0.935237710069      5.14694478104   3.88960922917
148     0.913972127974      4.08506107755   11.0804760432
4613    0.875670067594      0.691686362377  35.4403934492
230     0.869427770412      4.56661569098   5.2966043107
3974    0.868194321888      5.3407281153    -0.72472549028
2471    0.867612729778      2.47909197552   21.2947630423
5687    0.853518055783      5.04048900061   0.905076698942
2337    0.82257306022       1.12093751334   29.6612845677
2648    0.816050010875      0.213832871319  36.3460851731
1720    0.812940148524      4.5694228349    2.64503820341
78      0.812033787788      4.86530241443   0.323329855375
74      0.796280378877      4.51758823778   2.26873917283
222     0.772858725885      4.43033791729   1.8504709202
68      0.765410600052      4.29986736727   2.5088714608

Top 25 by (gearContribution * 10) + fuelContribution


Team    Combined Power      Gear Power      Fuel Power
118     69.2723613379       2.27145621031   46.5577992348
195     62.179217475        1.73589614128   44.8202560622
3238    61.0976709629       6.0431851284    0.66581967885
2056    59.7918576056       1.64935281485   43.2983294571
1678    58.8618814033       2.20943938248   36.7674875785
330     57.1468196386       3.51745336089   21.9722860296
2168    56.5938150231       5.30557660438   3.53804897933
2122    56.2165802213       2.24475689627   33.7690112586
2590    55.3590570395       5.14694478104   3.88960922917
987     53.6545490443       2.78437220367   25.8108270076
3974    52.6825556628       5.3407281153    -0.72472549028
225     52.2636363457       1.72919573453   34.9716790005
148     51.9310868187       4.08506107755   11.0804760432
5687    51.309966705        5.04048900061   0.905076698942
230     50.9627612205       4.56661569098   5.2966043107
78      48.9763539996       4.86530241443   0.323329855375
1720    48.3392665524       4.5694228349    2.64503820341
74      47.4446215506       4.51758823778   2.26873917283
222     46.1538500931       4.43033791729   1.8504709202
2471    46.0856827975       2.47909197552   21.2947630423
203     45.884743559        4.58858547128   -0.00111115378804
6329    45.8318628054       4.82827013857   -2.45083858028
68      45.5075451335       4.29986736727   2.5088714608
125     45.4806291174       0.528487122861  40.1957578888
1778    45.1602275142       4.4795353425    0.364874089183

It’s crazy that 3974 wasn’t even picked for playoffs at MAR DCMP :frowning:

1678 deserves tons of kudos for taking down the powerhouse alliance of 118 and 148, honestly. Mad respect for them!

It really was very surprising. I can only assume some of the picks were aimed at some combination of team familiarity, defensive ability, or autonomous niche attributes, because 3974 was one of the very best gear scoring teams at the event.

I’d like to shout out 2337 the EngiNERDs for this list. On top of their phenomenal shooting, their drive team is on point and anybody who has had the pleasure of playing with them knows firsthand how high classs their scouting and match strategy is. As we observed at Shepherd, the NERDS are not only a powerhouse in themselves, but a force multiplier for their alliance, and they definitely deserve a place on the list.

For our part, we finished Shepherd with a record of 17/3, leaving qualification matches 11/1 with a respectable 2.33 ranking score, thanks in part to a 40kpa match with the aforementioned NERDS, as well as five 4-rotor matches

I would be genuinely upset if 4613 didn’t make the top 10.

Shoutout to 3184, 3278 and 2823 for taking down the powerhouse alliance of 2500, 2052 and 3026 in only two matches

Top 25 by Elo:

team	Elo
1678	1768
118	1768
3663	1740
195	1736
987	1722
2168	1720
3130	1704
2122	1701
330	1698
1923	1681
74	1681
303	1680
2046	1680
2791	1677
2056	1673
1807	1673
3255	1671
1538	1666
948	1665
148	1664
4536	1659
384	1656
3419	1655
71	1653
2052	1648

I just want to shout out 4939, they’ve won all 3 of their district events and they’re one of the top gearbots in Ontario. Alongside 4039 they hit 4 rotors 7 matches in a row at McMaster.

Here’s one of their matches: youtube.com/watch?v=9P0-jdkOSns

Care to explain what Elo is and how you calculate it? Your Elo rankings for PNW teams have little overlap with Eugene Fang’s rankings - 3663, 948, and 2046 make your list while Eugene’s has 3238, 2471, and 1778.

Thought it might be interesting to see how some of the top teams (based on performance) fared in judging for engineering awards. Code for awards included below at this week and then earlier events are Q (quality), EE (excellence in engineering), IC (innovation in control), C (creativity), and ID (industrial design). J (judging) and RI (rookie inspiration) also included as they might overlap with engineering. One team got EI (engineering inspiration)

118 ID IC EE
195 EE C C
3238 Q
2056 Q
1678 IC IC Q
2122 EE EE
2590 ID
987 ID
3974
225 EE IC IC
148 EI ID
5687 Q ID IC EE
230 Q Q
78 Q
1720 IC IC EE
74 C
222
2471 EE ID
203
6329 RI
68 J
125 EE C C
1778 IC C

Wasn’t clear from post which awards were from this week - 8 were (118, 3238, 1678, 225, 5687, 1720, 2471, and 1778)

Even with 1678’s alliance’s great performance at Las Vegas, 2168, 195, and 1071 (edit: 1073, not 1071) are objectively the top alliance. #1 at NE failed to put out 500+ points only twice

Pretty sure you mean 1073.

We’re over 140 votes already! Just a reminder that the poll will close around 8pm Eastern today. Make sure you are sharing with your FIRST friends and teammates to go and vote.

Vote here: https://goo.gl/forms/rJFz1hIxU6zoOy8y1

Can confirm.

ahem
2168 EE IC IC

oops; 2168 omission on early morning posting of engineering awards list was not intentional. The listed teams were pulled from an earlier post in the thread. Apologies to 2168 and anyone else I may have unintentionally left out.