1960 NFL TITLE (December 26 at Philadelphia - 67,325)
PHILADELPHIA (10-2) 17, GREEN BAY (8-4) 13 - The Packers took a 13-10 lead on a Bart Starr-to-Max McGee touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, but the Philadelphia Eagles' Ted Dean returned the ensuing kickoff 58 yards and then scored the game-winning TD on a 5-yard run with 5:21 remaining. Green Bay put together a last-ditch drive, but Philadelphia Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik tackled Jim Taylor on the Eagles' 8-yard line as time expired. It would prove to be Vince Lombardi's only loss in the playoffs.
1960 AFL TITLE (January 1, 1961 at Houston - 32,183)
HOUSTON (10-4) 24, LOS ANGELES (10-4) 16 - The Chargers led 6-0 in the first quarter on two field goals by Ben Agajanian, one of only two players (Hardy Brown) who played in the AAFC, the NFL and the AFL. In the second period, Houston scored on a 17-yard Blanda pass to All-AFL fullback Dave Smith, then answered a 27 yard Agajanian field goal with a 17-yard kick by Blanda. In the final quarter, Heisman Trophy winner Billy Cannon caught a short toss from Blanda and went for an 88-yard touchdown scamper. The Chargers, down by eight points, tried to reach the end zone on their final possession. Had they scored they could have gone for the two-point conversion, but the clock ran out with the Chargers at the Oilers' 22-yard line.
1960 PLAYOFF BOWL (January 7, 1961 at Miami - 34,981)
DETROIT (7-5) 17, CLEVELAND (8-3-1) 16 - A disappointing crowd saw Detroit defeat the Browns in the first Playoff Bowl. It was the Lions' eighth win in nine games against the Browns. Detroit's offense was aided by interceptions from Gary Lowe (3) and Alex Karras (1), as well as a fine day from Nick Pietrosante, who ran for 89 yards on 17 carries. Cleveland's Milt Plum hit Rich Keitling with a 9 yard touchdown pass and the Lions trailed 7-0 at the half. But, Detroit went ahead on a touchdown run by Pietrosante and a field goal by Jim Martin. The Browns were able to tie it at 10-10 on Sam Baker's 27 yard field goal before Ken Webb scored Cleveland's decisive touchdown on a dive in the final quarter. In the game's waning moments, Plum hit Bobby Mitchell on an 89 yard touchdown strike and the Browns were poised to tie the game. But, Dick “Night Train” Lane burst through the Cleveland defense to block Baker's extra point attempt.
TEAMS MOVED : NFL: Chicago Cardinals to St. Louis Cardinals NEW FRANCHISES: NFL: Dallas Cowboys AFL : Boston Patriots, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Texas, Denver Broncos, Houston Oilers, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Titans, Oakland Raiders
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
A-Denver 13, BOSTON 10 (21,597) - Denver kicked off the AFL's first season by shocking the heavily-favored Patriots. Gene Mingo, who never went to college, provided the winning TD as he sprinted 76 yards with a punt return to send Denver ahead 13-3 in the third period. Denver's Al Carmichael's 59-yard TD catch was the first TD.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
A-LOS ANGELES 21, Dallas 20 (17,724) - The game came down to a missed XP by Dallas' Jack Spikes. The Chargers won the game with 2:15 to go when QB Jack Kemp passed for four yards to Howie Ferguson to tie the score 20-20, and Ben Agajanian kicked the XP for the win. Both teams had been undefeated in exhibitions.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
A-Houston 37, OAKLAND 22 (12,703) - Houston's George Blanda threw four TDs, kicked four XPs and added a FG. Billy Cannon was overshadowed by Dave Smith from Ripon College who gained 104 yards on 19 carries. The Oilers yielded only 27 yards rushing to the Raiders, while running for 152 yards.
A-NEW YORK 27, Buffalo 3 (10,200) - Al Dorow scored two of the Titans' touchdowns. Bill Shockley booted a pair of field goals as well. The Bills were held to 61 yards on the ground and 52 in the air. A steady rain that did not
relent until the final moments of the opening half kept the Polo Grounds' attendance down to 10,200.
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
New York           1  0 0 1.000  27   3 Los Angeles        1  0 0 1.000  21  20
Houston            1  0 0 1.000  37  22 Denver             1  0 0 1.000  13  10
Buffalo            0  1 0  .000   3  27 Dallas             0  1 0  .000  20  21
Boston             0  1 0  .000  10  13 Oakland            0  1 0  .000  22  37
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16
A-Dallas 34, OAKLAND 16 (8,021) - A sparse turnout at Kezar Stadium watched the Texans outclass Oakland from the opening gun. QB Cotton Davidson passed for two TDs, and Jack Spikes scored 16 points as the Texans rolled. Spikes led off with a 28-yard FG, ran for a 15-yard TD, kicked a 17-yard FG and added four XPs
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
A-Boston 28, NEW YORK 24 (19,220) - DB Chuck Shonta picked up a fumble on the final play of the game and raced 25 yards for a TD that gave the Patriots a thrilling victory. The Polo Grounds fans watched the Patriots wipe out a 24-7 deficit in the final period with three TDs that evened the record of each team at 1-1.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
A-Denver 27, BUFFALO 21 (15,229) - The Broncos brewed an alert pass defense with Frank Tripucka's passing wizardry in a come-from-behind performance against the best offensive showing of the winless Bills this season. Johnny Pyeatt's 33-yard interception in the fourth won it for Denver.
A-HOUSTON 38, Los Angeles 28 (20,156) - George Blanda set up three TDs with his passes and scoring them on 1-yard plunges while adding a FG and five XPs for 26 points. Los Angeles, with Jack Kemp passing for all four TDs, scored first but Houston came back quickly while capitalizing on an interception and two fumble recoveries.
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            2  0 0 1.000  75  50 Denver             2  0 0 1.000  40  31
New York           1  1 0  .500  51  31 Los Angeles        1  1 0  .500  49  58
Boston             1  1 0  .500  38  37 Dallas             1  1 0  .500  54  37
Buffalo            0  2 0  .000  24  54 Oakland            0  2 0  .000  38  71
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23
St. Louis 43, LOS ANGELES 21 (47,448) - Trailing 14-10 at the half, the Cards roared back with four TDs, four conversions, a FG and a safety. Reserve QB John Roach threw four TDs, three of them to Sonny Randle
A-New York 28, DENVER 24 (20,462) - DE Nick Mumley blocked a Denver punt and Roger Donnahoo scooped up the loose ball and raced 10 yards for the winning TD with only 15 seconds remaining to give the Titans the win
A-Buffalo 13, BOSTON 0 (20,732) - The Bills scored on the third play of the game on a 58-yard pass from Tom O'Connell to Carl Smith. The Bills recovered two fumbles and intercepted three passes
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Pittsburgh 35, DALLAS 28 (30,000) - Bobby Layne outdueled Eddie LeBaron in a sparkling to spoil Dallas' debut. Layne broke Sammy Baugh's all-time NFL total yards passing record early in the game, with 22,351 yards
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Chicago 17, GREEN BAY 14
BALTIMORE 20, Washington 0 (53818) - Johnny Unitas extended his record TD-a-game string to 38 with a scoring pass to Ray Berry. Lenny Moore rammed 4 yards for a TD and Steve Myhra kicked 28- and 18-yard FGs.
Cleveland 41, PHILADELPHIA 24 (56303) - Cleveland's Bobby Mitchell scored on runs of 31, 30 and 11 yards, gaining 156 yards, while Jim Brown added 153 yards and one TD. Norm Van Brocklin passed for two Eagle TDs.
New York 21, SAN FRANCISCO 19 (44598) - FB Mel Triplett caught a 24-yard TD from backup QB George Shaw in the final quarter for the clincher. A 38-yard FG by 49ers K Tommy Davis with 43 seconds left was wide.
A-DALLAS 17, Los Angeles 0 (42000) - A stubborn Texans' defense kept the vaunted LA attack in check. Three offensive thrusts by the Chargers wound up in missed FG attempts by Ben Agajanian.
A-Oakland 14, HOUSTON 13 (16421) - Tom Flores' 14-yard TD pass to Gene Prebola at the end of a 58-yard ddive in the fourth and Larry Barnes' second extra point brought the Raiders from behind for their stunning upset.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Chicago            1  0 0 1.000  17  14 Cleveland          1  0 0 1.000  41  24
Baltimore          1  0 0 1.000  20   0 New York           1  0 0 1.000  21  19
Detroit            0  0 0  .000   0   0 St. Louis          1  0 0 1.000  43  21
GREEN BAY          0  1 0  .000  14  17 Pittsburgh         1  0 0 1.000  35  28
San Francisco      0  1 0  .000  19  21 Philadelphia       0  1 0  .000  24  41
Los Angeles        0  1 0  .000  21  43 Washington         0  1 0  .000   0  20
Dallas             0  1 0  .000  28  35                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            2  1 0  .667  88  64 Denver             2  1 0  .667  64  59
New York           2  1 0  .667  79  55 Dallas             2  1 0  .667  71  37
Boston             1  2 0  .333  38  50 Los Angeles        1  2 0  .333  49  75
Buffalo            1  2 0  .333  37  54 Oakland            1  2 0  .333  52  84
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Philadelphia 27, DALLAS 25 (18500) - The Philadelphia victory was keyed by  three pass interceptions by Chuck Weber and two blocked conversion tries by DB Bobby Freeman before a sparse crowd.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
GREEN BAY 28, Detroit 9
BALTIMORE 42, Chicago 7 (57808) - John Unitas pitched four TD passes, beginning with a stunning 66-yarder to Lenny Moore on the first play, while the Colts defense intercepted seven passes.
New York 35, ST. LOUIS 14 (26089) - QB George Shaw fired four TD passes as the Giants ruined the Cardinals' debut at home. Shaw completed 15 of 22 passes for 238 yards in relief of the ailing Charlie Conerly.
CLEVELAND 28, Pittsburgh 20 (67692) - Pittsburgh, down 21-0 at the half, came back like a whirlwind, but after scoring one TD Bobby Layne missed a 20-yard FG and an extra point. He and Milt Plum both threw for 296 yards.
SAN FRAN 13, Los Angeles 9 (53633) - A pair of Tommy Davis FGs and Y. A. Tittle's 2-yard TD pass to Hugh McElhenney gave the 49ers the win over the winless Rams in a battle of field goals.
A-Los Angeles 24, BUFFALO 10 (15821) - Los Angeles won with defense, using four interceptions to set up three TDs and a FG. Paul McGuire picked off two of the passes. The Bills outgained Los Angeles, 238 yards to 159.
A-New York 37, DALLAS 35 (37500) - Al Dorow passed for 281 yards and four TDs and scored one himself to lead the Titans to a wild win. Bill Shockley kicked a 32-yard FG and four XPs to put the Titans into first place.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          2  0 0 1.000  62   7 Cleveland          2  0 0 1.000  69  44
Chi Bears          1  1 0  .500  24  56 New York           2  0 0 1.000  56  33
San Francisco      1  1 0  .500  32  30 St. Louis          1  1 0  .500  57  56
GREEN BAY          1  1 0  .500  42  26 Pittsburgh         1  1 0  .500  55  56
Detroit            0  1 0  .000   9  28 Philadelphia       1  1 0  .500  51  66
Los Angeles        0  2 0  .000  30  56 Washington         0  1 0  .000   0  20
Dallas             0  2 0  .000  53  62                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
New York           3  1 0 1.000 116  90 Denver             3  1 0  .750  95  73
Houston            2  1 0  .667  88  64 Los Angeles        2  2 0  .500  73  85
Boston             1  2 0  .333  38  50 Dallas             2  2 0  .500 106  74
Buffalo            1  3 0  .250  47  78 Oakland            1  3 0  .250  66 115
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
A-Boston 35, LA CHARGERS 0 (18226) - Butch Songin threw to Jim Colclough for one TD and teamed with ex-Charger Billy Wells on another TD play that covered 78 yards for the upset.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9
GREEN BAY 35, Baltimore 21
Giants 19, PITTSBURGH 17 (40323) - The Giants won on a last -minute, 44-yard TD pass from Charley Conerly to Frank Gifford and took over the top spot in the Eastern Division.
PHILDELPHIA 31, St. Louis 27 (33701) - Norm Van Brocklin, who earlier hit Pete Retzlaff with a pair of TD tosses, flipped an 11-yarder to Tommy McDonald in the fourth period for the Eagles clincher.
WASHINGTON 26, Dallas 14 (21142) - Ralph Guglielmli took over at QB for the Redskins, passed for one TD and set up two of Bob Khayat's four FGs, which equaled a club record.
CHICAGO 34, LA Rams 27 (47776) - The Bears' Ed Brown tossed three TD passes, while Rick Casares bettered Bronco Nagurski's alltime Bear rushing record by ramming 78 yards for a 4,042 yard total.
San Francisco 14, DETROIT 10 (49825) - The Niners won when John Brodie came off the bench and engineered two scoring drives in the final 2:42, connecting with R.C. Owens as time ran out on an 18-yard TD pass.
A-HOUSTON 27, NY Titans 21 (16151) - The Oilers scored twice on runs by Billy Cannon and Charley Tolar. Titans OG Howard Glenn sustained a broken neck in the first half and died later that day
A-Oakland 20, DALLAS 19 (21000) - Dallas could have won in the final two minutes after Cotton Davidson passed to Max Boydstan for a TD,  but Bo Dickinson was stopped two feet short on the 2-point conversion.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          2  1 0  .667  83  42 New York           3  0 0 1.000  75  50
Chi Bears          2  1 0  .667  58  83 Cleveland          2  0 0 1.000  69  44
San Francisco      2  1 0  .667  46  40 Philadelphia       2  1 0  .667  82  93
GREEN BAY          2  1 0  .667  77  47 Washington         1  1 0  .500  26  34
Detroit            0  2 0  .000  19  42 Pittsburgh         1  2 0  .333  72  75
Los Angeles        0  3 0  .000  57  90 St. Louis          1  2 0  .333  84  87
Dallas             0  3 0  .000  67  88                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            3  1 0  .750 115  85 Denver             3  1 0  .750  95  73
New York           3  2 0  .600 137 117 Los Angeles        2  3 0  .400  73 120
Boston             2  2 0  .500  73  50 Dallas             2  3 0  .400 125  94
Buffalo            1  3 0  .250  47  78 Oakland            2  3 0  .400  86 134
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
BALTIMORE 31, LA Rams 17 (57808) - Lenny Moore galloped for three TDs and caught a pass for another to keep QB John Unitas' 41-game streak going, in which the Colt quarterback had thrown at least one TD pass.
Cleveland 48, DALLAS 7 (28500) - Bobby Mitchell ran a KO back 90 yards for a TD and ran 30 and 46 yards for two more, while Milt Plum tossed a couple of TD passes and Cleveland cashed in on three interceptions.
PITTSBURGH 27, St. Louis 14 (22971) - Bobby Layne and Tom Tracy, with the help of some alert ballhawking by the defense, which grabbed three fumbles and pilfered three passes, led the Steelers to the win.
PHILADELPHIA 28, Detroit 10 (38065) - QB Norm Van Brocklin's passes accounted for two TDs and set up a third as the Eagles kept the Lions winless. Detroit LB Joe Schmidt scored the first TD of his eight-year career.
NY GIANTS 24, Washington 24 (T) (60625) - QB Ralph Guglielmi passed to Jim Podoley for a TD with 25 seconds left and Bob Khayat kicked the XP that gave the Redskins the tie, after they rallied from a 17-3 halftime deficit.
CHICAGO 27, San Francisco 10 (48226) - A 91-yard scoring pass from Ed Brown to Willard Dewveall plus a pair of TD jaunts by Johnny Morris gave the Bears the win. The pass was the longest in Bear history.
A-LA Chargers 23, DENVER 19 (19141) - Ben Agajanian kicked three FGs and Paul Lowe dashed 12 and 44 yards on scoring jaunts as the Chargers stung Denver's Western Division leaders.
A-NY Titans 17, BUFFALO 13 (14988) - QB Al Dorow scored from one foot out with 2:37 remaining to give the Titans the win. He figured in both Titan TDs as he found holes in the Buffalo defenses running and throwing.
A-OAKLAND 27, Boston 14 (11500) - Jack Larscheid's 87-yard TD run on the second play of the game ignited Oakland to the win. The Raiders built a 21-6 halftime lead thanks to two TD pass from Tom Flores.
A-HOUSTON 20, Dallas 10 (19026) - Houston protected an early 17-0 lead, as they intercepted five passes tossed by the Texans' Cotton Davidson and all five came as Dallas was threatening in Oiler territory.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          3  1 0  .750 114  59 NY Giants          3  0 1 1.000  99  74
Chicago            3  1 0  .750  85  93 Cleveland          3  0 0 1.000 117  51
GREEN BAY          2  1 0  .667  77  47 Philadelphia       3  1 0  .750 110 103
San Francisco      2  2 0  .500  56  67 Pittsburgh         2  2 0  .500  99  89
Detroit            0  3 0  .000  29  70 Washington         1  1 1  .500  50  58
LA Rams            0  4 0  .000  74 121 St. Louis          1  3 0  .250  98 114
Dallas             0  4 0  .000  74 136                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            4  1 0  .800 135  95 Denver             3  2 0  .600 114  96
NY Titans          4  2 0  .667 154 130 LA Chargers        3  3 0  .500  96 139
Boston             2  3 0  .400  87  77 Oakland            3  3 0  .500 113 148
Buffalo            1  4 0  .200  60  95 Dallas             2  4 0  .333 135 114
SUNDAY OCTOBER 23
GREEN BAY 41, San Francisco 14 at Milwaukee
DETROIT 30, Baltimore 17 (53854) - Jim Martin kicked the Lions to an upset victory with FGs of 52, 51 and 40 yards. Martin booted two of the FGs in a three-minute span in the fourth, breaking a 17-17 tie with a 51-yarder.
LA RAMS 24, Chicago 24 (T) (63438) - The aerial game mounted by Bears QB Zeke Bratkowski twice in the fourth quarter brought Chicago back from apparent defeat. The Rams snapped a losing streak of 12 games.
ST. LOUIS 12, Dallas 10 (23128) - The Cardinals cracked a three-game losing streak Sunday on an 18-yard FG by Gerry Perry with 43 seconds left. A fumble recovery by Luke Owens on the Cowboys' 39 set up the kick.
Philadelphia 31, CLEVELAND 29 (64850) - Bobby Walston booted a 38-yard FG with 15 seconds to play to give the Eagles the win. Behind 22-7 early in the second half, the Eagles struck for three TDs to get back in the game.
WASHINGTON 27, Pittsburgh 27 (T) (25292) - Bob Khayat booted a 43-yard FG with 44 seconds to play to bring the Redskins the tie. And, with 12 seconds to go, Bert Rechichar hit the the goal posts on a 44-yard FG attempt.
A-Houston 42, NY TITANS 27 (21000) - Houston QB George Blanda threw four TD passes, scored once himself and kicked six XPs as the Oilers expanded their lead in the East. Titans QB Al Dorow left with an injured knee.
A-DENVER 31, Boston 24 (12683) - The Broncos, trailing by 24 points early in the third period, stormed back on pass interceptions and the rifle arm of veteran Frank Tripucka to stun Boston.
A-BUFFALO 38, Oakland 9 (8876) - Johnny Green threw four TD passes and scored once to lead the cellar-dwelling Bills to the win. Green hit FB Wray Carlton on three TD passes as the Bills won for the first time at home.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Chicago            3  1 1  .750 109 117 NY Giants          3  0 1 1.000  99  74
GREEN BAY          3  1 0  .750 118  61 Philadelphia       4  1 0  .800 141 132
Baltimore          3  2 0  .600 131  89 Cleveland          3  1 0  .750 146  82
San Francisco      2  3 0  .400  70 108 Pittsburgh         2  2 1  .500 126 116
Detroit            1  3 0  .250  59  87 Washington         1  1 2  .500  77  85
LA Rams            0  4 1  .000  98 145 St. Louis          2  3 0  .400 110 124
Dallas             0  5 0  .000  84 148                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            5  1 0  .833 177 122 Denver             4  2 0  .667 145 120
NY Titans          4  3 0  .571 171 172 LA Chargers        3  3 0  .500  96 139
Boston             2  4 0  .333 111 108 Oakland            3  4 0  .429 122 186
Buffalo            2  4 0  .333  98 104 Dallas             2  4 0  .333 135 114
FRIDAY OCTOBER 28
A-Oakland 28, NY TITANS 27 (10000) - The Raiders, coming from behind three times, pushed over two TDs in the fourth period and defeated the Titans on the margin of a point-after-touchdown by Larry Barnes.
A-LA Chargers 45, BOSTON 16 (13988) - Paul Maguire led a rangy defense which smothered the Patriots' attack, scoring once on a blocked kick and Paul Lowe had a 76-yard TD run in the second period to lead the Chargers.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
Green Bay 19, PITTSBURGH 13
Baltimore 45, DALLAS 7 (25500) - Johnny Unitas passed for 270 yards and four TDs as the Colts crushed the Cowboys, whose only score came when Don Heinrich connected with Bill Howton.
SAN FRANCISCO 25, Chicago 7 (55071) - Scoring two TDs in the space of 47 seconds, underdog San Francisco smashed the Bears in a game dedicated to the 49ers' late president Tony Morabito.
Cleveland 31, WASHINGTON 10 (32086) - Cleveland's Bobby Mitchell pitched the first TD pass of his prol career. He scored one TD on a 3-yard scamper and passed 23 yards to Ray Renfro for another.
LA RAMS 48, Detroit 35 (53295) - The Rams decorated the scoreboard with six TDs and two FGs. The Rams tallied 34 points in the first half, the most they had scored in each of the previous 12 winless games.
St. Louis 20, NY GIANTS 13 (58516) - An alert Cardinal defense intercepted five New York passes, recovered three fumbles and pulled off the upset that dumped the Giants into third place in the Eastern Division.
A-BUFFALO 25, Houston 24 (23001) - Billy Atkins booted three FGs, the last in the final period to clinch the victory, while Bills QB Johnny Green connected on 18 of 49 passes for a total of 334 yards and two TDs.
A-Dallas 17, DENVER 14 (13002) - The Texans built an early lead thanks to RBs Abner Haynes and Jack Spikes, while Denver missed a tie when Gene Mingo's FG attempt went wide with 30 seconds to go at the Texans' 39.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
GREEN BAY          4  1 0  .800 137  74 Philadelphia   4  1 0  .800 141 132
Baltimore          4  2 0  .667 176  96 Cleveland      4  1 0  .800 177  92
Chicago            3  2 1  .600 116 142 NY Giants      3  1 1  .750 112  94
San Francisco      3  3 0  .500  95 115 St. Louis      3  3 0  .600 130 137
Detroit            1  4 0  .200  94 135 Pittsburgh     2  3 1  .400 139 135
LA Rams            1  4 1  .200 136 180 Washington     1  2 2  .333  87 116
Dallas             0  6 0  .000  91 193
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            5  2 0  .714 201 147 LA Chargers    4  3 0  .571 141 155
NY Titans          4  4 0  .500 198 200 Denver         4  3 0  .571 159 137
Buffalo            3  4 0  .429 123 128 Oakland        4  4 0  .500 150 213
Boston             2  5 0  .286 127 153 Dallas         3  4 0  .429 152 138
Detroit 24, SAN FRANCISCO 0 (48447) - The Lions rolled and handed the first shutout to the 49ers since 1955. Until the final two minutes, the Lions led 10-0 in a terrific defensive struggle.
NY Giants 17, CLEVELAND 13 (82872) - New York held the Browns vaunted rushing attack to a net gain of six yards and the Giants notched their sixth straight conquest of Cleveland.
ST. LOUIS 44, Washington 7 (22458) - The Cards blended the passing of John Roach, the running of John Crow and the kicking of Gerry Perry to run up their highest point total of the year in rolling to their third straight victory.
PHILADELPHIA 34, Pittsburgh 7 (58324) - QB Norm Van Brocklin's ageless passing arm, the receiving of fleet Tommy McDonald and a rock-ribbed defense earned the Eagles undisputed possession of first place in the East.
A-Houston 45, DENVER 25 (14489) - George Blanda threw four TD passes and booming Billy Cannon and Dave Smith rushed Denver off its feet in the last half. Blanda accounted for nine points to run his season total to 84.
A-Dallas 45, BUFFALO 28 (19610) - The Texans manhandled the AFL's top defenet and blew the game wide open in the third period with a three-TD uprising. QB Tommy O'Connell sparked the Bills' last period rally.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          5  2 0  .714 214 120 Philadelphia       5  1 0  .833 175 139
GREEN BAY          4  2 0  .667 161 112 NY Giants          4  1 1  .800 129 107
Chicago            3  2 1  .600 116 142 Cleveland          4  2 0  .667 190 109
San Francisco      3  4 0  .429  95 139 St. Louis          4  3 0  .571 174 144
Detroit            2  4 0  .333 118 135 Pittsburgh         2  4 1  .333 146 169
LA Rams            2  4 1  .333 174 193 Washington         1  3 2  .250  94 160
Dallas             0  7 0  .000 104 231                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            6  2 0  .750 246 172 LA Chargers        5  3 0  .625 162 162
NY Titans          4  5 0  .444 205 221 Denver             4  4 0  .500 184 182
Buffalo            3  5 0  .375 151 173 Dallas             4  4 0  .500 197 166
Boston             3  5 0  .375 161 181 Oakland            4  5 0  .444 178 247
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11
A-BOSTON 38, NY Titans 21 (11653) - Butch Songin threw three TD passes and guided Boston on four long scoring drives as the Patriots climbed over the Titans, who have lost four straight, and into second place.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13
GREEN BAY 41, Dallas 7
PHILADELPHIA 19, Washington 13 (39361) - A fourth down gamble from the Washington 28 late paid off with a Norm Van Brocklin-to-Bobby Walston TD pass and an Eagle win which kept them in first place in the East.
Baltimore 24, CHICAGO 20 (48713) - Johnny Unitas, blood streaming down his face, hurled a 39-yard TD to Lenny Moore in the final 42 seconds for the win, after Johnny Aveni hit a 37-yard FG to give the Bears the lead.
CLEVELAND 28, St. Louis 27 (49192) - The Browns, after building up a 14-0 edge, had to fight for their lives. Jimmy Brown set a single game rushing record for the season as he ran for 173 yards and scored two TDs.
DETROIT 12, LA Rams 10 (54019) - The Lions pounced on a Los Angeles fumble on the Detroit two yard line, and Jim Ninowski led them on a 98-yard scoring drive for the win on Jim Martin's 13-yard field goal late in the fourth.
NY GIANTS 27, Pittsburgh 24 (63321) - Pat Summerall booted a 37-yard FG, his second of the day, with only 30 seconds left to give the Giants the win. The kick climaxed a last-ditch drive sparked by Charley Conerly.
A-LA CHARGERS 24, Houston 21 (21085) - Chargers QB Jack Kemp hit Ralph Anderson for two TDs in the first quarter and the Chargers stood off a counter aerial attack by George Blanda to defeat the Oilers.
A-OAKLAND 20, Buffalo 7 (8800) - HB Tony Teresa's blazing 83-yard TD run climaxed a Raider uprising. The Raiders scored 10 points in the first period, while Buffalo scored with 13 seconds left to avoid the shutout.
A-DALLAS 34, Denver 7 (21000) - Dallas' David Webster intercepted a pass and ran 39 yards to a TD, Abner Haynes ran seven for another, Curley Johnson took a 36-yard pass for a third and Johnny Robinson ran for a TD.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          6  2 0  .750 238 140 Philadelphia       6  1 0  .857 194 152
GREEN BAY          5  2 0  .714 202 119 NY Giants          5  1 1  .833 156 131
Chicago            3  3 1  .500 136 166 Cleveland          5  2 0  .714 218 136
San Francisco      3  4 0  .429  95 139 St. Louis          4  4 0  .500 201 172
Detroit            3  4 0  .429 130 145 Pittsburgh         2  5 1  .286 160 196
LA Rams            2  5 1  .286 184 205 Washington         1  4 2  .200 107 179
Dallas             0  8 0  .000 111 272                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            6  3 0  .667 267 196 LA Chargers        6  3 0  .667 186 183
Boston             4  5 0  .444 199 202 Dallas             5  4 0  .556 231 173
NY Titans          4  6 0  .400 226 259 Oakland            5  5 0  .500 198 254
Buffalo            3  6 0  .333 158 193 Denver             4  5 0  .444 191 216
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18
A-BOSTON 42, Dallas 14 (14721) - Butch Songin passed for three TDs and Dick Christy a fourth as Boston gave Dallas the worst defeat of the season. Songin connected on 25 passes for 223 yards, nine to Jim Colclough.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
LA Rams 33, GREEN BAY 31 at Milwaukee
PITTSBURGH 14, Cleveland 10 (35215) - The game ended with Cleveland on Pittsburgh's nine. QB Milt Plum had a chance to pull it out on the last play of the game, but missed on a pass to end Leon Clarke in the end zone.
St. Louis 26, WASHINGTON 14 (23848) - John Roach pitched scoring passes of 27, 7 and 37 yards to Sonny Randle, while DB Jerry Norton intercepted four of Redskin Ralph Guglielmi's passes.
Philadelphia 17, NY GIANTS 10 (63571) - Jim Carr's 36-yard TD run with a fumble recovery in the final moments of the final period climaxed a tremendous second-half surge by the Eagles, who trailed 10-0 at halftime.
CHICAGO 28, Detroit 7 (46267) - With 1:25 left, the contest suddenly erupted in a free-for-all which lasted more than a minute, with punching, kicking and pushing all over the field before order was restored.
San Francisco 26, DALLAS 14 (10000) - Dallas led for a half and in the fourth period went back ahead again, but the 49ers, with John Brodie in the saddle, roared 80 yards for a TD, a C.R. Roberts 20-yard run.
A-HOUSTON 20, Denver 10 (20778) - Rookie Jacky Lee, filling in for an injured George Blanda, set an AFL record with TD passes of 78, 92 and 73 yards that gave the Oilers the win.
A-Buffalo 32, LA CHARGERS 3 (16161) - The Bills capitalized on fumbles and pass interceptions for four TDs and snapped the Charger winning streak of four games. Buffalo got off to a quick lead and led at halftime, 19-3.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          6  2 0  .750 238 140 Philadelphia       7  1 0  .875 211 162
GREEN BAY          5  3 0  .625 233 152 NY Giants          5  2 1  .714 166 148
Chicago            4  3 1  .571 164 173 Cleveland          5  3 0  .625 228 150
San Francisco      4  4 0  .500 121 153 St. Louis          5  4 0  .556 227 186
Detroit            3  5 0  .375 137 173 Pittsburgh         3  5 1  .375 174 206
LA Rams            3  5 1  .375 217 236 Washington         1  5 2  .167 121 205
Dallas             0  9 0  .000 125 298                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            7  3 0  .700 287 206 LA Chargers        6  4 0  .600 189 215
Boston             5  5 0  .500 241 216 Dallas             5  5 0  .500 245 215
NY Titans          4  6 0  .400 226 259 Oakland            5  5 0  .500 198 254
Buffalo            4  6 0  .400 190 196 Denver             4  6 0  .400 201 236
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18
A-BOSTON 42, Dallas 14 (14721) - Butch Songin passed for three TDs and Dick Christy a fourth as Boston gave Dallas the worst defeat of the season. Songin connected on 25 passes for 223 yards, nine to Jim Colclough.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
LA Rams 33, GREEN BAY 31 at Milwaukee
PITTSBURGH 14, Cleveland 10 (35215) - The game ended with Cleveland on Pittsburgh's nine. QB Milt Plum had a chance to pull it out on the last play of the game, but missed on a pass to end Leon Clarke in the end zone.
St. Louis 26, WASHINGTON 14 (23848) - John Roach pitched scoring passes of 27, 7 and 37 yards to Sonny Randle, while DB Jerry Norton intercepted four of Redskin Ralph Guglielmi's passes.
Philadelphia 17, NY GIANTS 10 (63571) - Jim Carr's 36-yard TD run with a fumble recovery in the final moments of the final period climaxed a tremendous second-half surge by the Eagles, who trailed 10-0 at halftime.
CHICAGO 28, Detroit 7 (46267) - With 1:25 left, the contest suddenly erupted in a free-for-all which lasted more than a minute, with punching, kicking and pushing all over the field before order was restored.
San Francisco 26, DALLAS 14 (10000) - Dallas led for a half and in the fourth period went back ahead again, but the 49ers, with John Brodie in the saddle, roared 80 yards for a TD, a C.R. Roberts 20-yard run.
A-HOUSTON 20, Denver 10 (20778) - Rookie Jacky Lee, filling in for an injured George Blanda, set an AFL record with TD passes of 78, 92 and 73 yards that gave the Oilers the win.
A-Buffalo 32, LA CHARGERS 3 (16161) - The Bills capitalized on fumbles and pass interceptions for four TDs and snapped the Charger winning streak of four games. Buffalo got off to a quick lead and led at halftime, 19-3.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Baltimore          6  2 0  .750 238 140 Philadelphia       7  1 0  .875 211 162
GREEN BAY          5  3 0  .625 233 152 NY Giants          5  2 1  .714 166 148
Chicago            4  3 1  .571 164 173 Cleveland          5  3 0  .625 228 150
San Francisco      4  4 0  .500 121 153 St. Louis          5  4 0  .556 227 186
Detroit            3  5 0  .375 137 173 Pittsburgh         3  5 1  .375 174 206
LA Rams            3  5 1  .375 217 236 Washington         1  5 2  .167 121 205
Dallas             0  9 0  .000 125 298                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            7  3 0  .700 287 206 LA Chargers        6  4 0  .600 189 215
Boston             5  5 0  .500 241 216 Dallas             5  5 0  .500 245 215
NY Titans          4  6 0  .400 226 259 Oakland            5  5 0  .500 198 254
Buffalo            4  6 0  .400 190 196 Denver             4  6 0  .400 201 236
SUNDAY DECEMBER 4
Green Bay 41, CHICAGO 13
Detroit 20, BALTIMORE 15 (57808) - The Lions won, on a 65-yard TD pass from Earl Morrall to Jim Gibbons on the last play of the game to take the win, after Baltimore had gone ahead 15-13 with only 14 seconds to play.
Philadelphia 20, ST. LOUIS 6 (21358) - The Eagles clinched their first divisional title in 11 years, thanks to two TD passes by Norm Van Brocklin and a pair of FGs by Bobby Walston, for their ninth straight triumph.
NY GIANTS 31, Dallas 31 (T) (55033) - Eddie LeBaron and L.G. Dupre teamed for three TDs as Dallas pulled off a stunning tie, breaking a string of 10 straight losses in the Cowboys' first National Football League season.
CLEVELAND 27, Washington 16 (35211) - The Browns came from behind twice to grab second place in the East. Milt Plum suffered his first interception in 196 passes, but threw for 212 yards and three touchdwns.
San Francisco 23, LA RAMS 7 (77254) - QB John Brodie guided the 49ers into a three-way tie in the West, thanks to a 65-yard TD pass to Clyde Connor. The Rams did not get past the Niner 30 until midway in the fourth.
A-DALLAS 24, Houston 0 (20000) - Goaded by Coach Hank Stram, who threatened $500 fines for poor play, the Texans followed QB Hunter Enis' passing and the running of Abner Haynes and Johnny Robinson to the win.
A-LA Chargers 41, OAKLAND 17 (12061) - Jack Kemp passed for  three TDs and scored twice as the Chargers won in the first football game at  Candlestick Park. A four-TD fourth period rally clinched a division title tie.
A-NY Titans 30, DENVER 27 (5861) - QB Al Dorow sailed three TDs to Art Powell and Bill Shockley booted a key 15-yard FG that gave the Titans the win after they had a 21-0 lead before Frank Tripucka led a Denver rally.
A-BUFFALO 38, Boston 14 (14335) - The Bills turned two Boston fumbles and an intercepted pass into TDs in a muddy game. Richie Lucas scored once and passed for another touchdown for Buffalo.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
GREEN BAY          6  4 0  .600 284 188 X-Philadelphia     9  1 0  .900 262 191
Baltimore          6  4 0  .600 275 190 Cleveland          6  3 1  .667 272 183
San Francisco      6  4 0  .600 174 182 NY Giants          5  3 2  .625 220 210
Chicago            5  4 1  .556 194 221 St. Louis          5  5 1  .500 250 223
Detroit            5  5 0  .500 180 198 Pittsburgh         4  5 1  .444 196 216
LA Rams            3  6 1  .333 224 259 Washington         1  7 2  .125 147 254
Dallas             0 10 1  .000 163 346                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Y-Houston          8  4 0  .667 311 240 Y-LA Chargers      8  4 0  .667 282 260
NY Titans          6  6 0  .500 297 321 Dallas             6  6 0  .500 304 256
Buffalo            5  6 1  .455 266 248 Oakland            5  7 0  .417 233 347
Boston             5  7 0  .417 265 278 Denver             4  7 1  .364 266 304
X-Clinched Division/Conference Title    Y-Clinched Tie for Div/Conf Title      
SATURDAY DECEMBER 10
Green Bay 13, SAN FRANCISCO 0
A-LA CHARGERS 41, Denver 33 (9928) - The Chargers were forced to come from behind three times to subdue the Broncos and clinch the Western Division title. QB Jack Kemp scored the winning TD on a 1-yard run.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 11
LA RAMS 10, Baltimore 3 (75461) - QB Bill Wade lumbered 66 yards for a TD in the third quarter, and the Ram defense snapped Johnny Unitas record of 47 straight games in which he had passed for at least one TD.
CLEVELAND 42, Chicago 0 (38155) - Cleveland's young defensive backfield blasted Chicago's title hopes by intercepting seven passes and returning three for TDs, including a 92-yarder by Bernie Parrish.
NY Giants 17, WASHINGTON 3 (14077) - Charley Conerly led the Giants on  the snow-packed ground of Griffith-Stadium, tossing a 9-yard pass to Joe Morrison. for the TD that launched them to the win.
DETROIT 23, Dallas 14 (43272) - In his first starting assignment, QB Earl Morral guided the Lions to the win and kept alive their faint title hopes. Dallas became the first team since 1944 to go through a season without a victory.
PITTSBURGH 27, Philadelphia 21 (22101) - John Henry Johnson scored two TDs and passed for one in leading the Steelers to the upset. Johnson ran 87 yards and one TD, while the Eagles did their scoring in the fourth.
A-NY Titans 31, OAKLAND 28 (9037) - New York's Al Dorow outgunned the Raiders as he threw for three TDs and scored another. His final TD, a 20-yarder to Dewey Bohling, sent the Titans ahead to stay with 4:12 to go.
A-HOUSTON 31, Buffalo 23 (25243) - George Blanda, still hobbling a bit from an ankle injury, threw three TD passes and kicked a 53-yard FG as the Oilers wraped up the Eastern Division championship.
A-DALLAS 34, Boston 0 (12000) - Duane Wood ran an intercepted pass back 66 yards for a TD and Johnny Robinson returned a punt 62 yards for a score Sunday as Dallas crushed Boston.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
Y-GREEN BAY        7  4 0  .636 297 188 X-Philadelphia     9  2 0  .818 283 218
Baltimore          6  5 0  .545 278 200 Cleveland          7  3 1  .700 314 183
San Francisco      6  5 0  .545 174 195 NY Giants          6  3 2  .667 237 213
Detroit            6  5 0  .545 203 212 St. Louis          5  5 1  .500 250 223
Chicago            5  5 1  .500 194 263 Pittsburgh         5  5 1  .500 223 237
LA Rams            4  6 1  .400 234 262 Washington         1  8 2  .111 150 271
Dallas             0 11 1  .000 177 369                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
X-Houston          9  4 0  .692 342 263 X-LA Chargers      9  4 0  .692 323 293
NY Titans          7  6 0  .538 328 349 Dallas             7  6 0  .538 338 256
Buffalo            5  7 1  .417 289 279 Oakland            5  8 0  .385 261 378
Boston             5  8 0  .385 265 312 Denver             4  8 1  .333 299 345
X-Clinched Division/Conference Title    Y-Clinched Tie for Div/Conf Title      
SATURDAY DECEMBER 17
Green Bay 35, LA RAMS 21
A-OAKLAND 48, Denver 10 (7000) - The Raiders buried the Broncos in the Western Division cellar, exploding for 31 points in the final period. Denver's Gene Mingo, the league's leading scorer, collected only four points.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18
Philadelphia 38, WASHINGTON 28 (20558) - Norm Van Brocklin and Sonny Jurgensen fired five TDs to lead the Eagles, while the Skins put on their best home showing of the year in their last game under Coach Mike Nixon.
SAN FRANCISCO 34, Baltimore 10 (57269) - Lenny Lyles raced a pair of KOs back 78 and 97 yards, firing the 49ers to a resounding victory over Baltimore, which absorbed its fourth straight loss.
Cleveland 48, NY GIANTS 34 (56517) - The Browns came from behind with 27 points in the fourth period. Milt Plum passed for four TDs and Jimmy Brown ran for two in a sad good-bye for Giants coach Jim Lee Howell.
ST. LOUIS 38, Pittsburgh 7 (20840) - John David Crow led the Cardinals, ripping the Steeler defenses for 203 yards, best this season in the NFL, and pushing his season total to 1,071, a club record.
DETROIT 36, Chicago 0 (51017) - Detroit's Nick Pietrosante wiped out Ace Gutowsky's 24-year-old rushing record by running for 104 yards, and ended the year with 872 yards, 45 more than Gutowsky gained for the 1936 Lions.
A-LA CHARGERS 50, NY Titans 43 (11457) - The Chargers came up with 17 points in the last quarter to defeat the Titans. The 93 points set an AFL record. 41-year-old Ben Agajanian of the Chargers had 14 points.
A-DALLAS 24, Buffalo 7 (18000) - Cotton Davidson and Jack Spikes combined their talents to carry the Texans to the win. Spikes scored a TD,  kicked a FG and added three XPs while Davidson threw two TD passes.
A-HOUSTON 37, Boston 21 (22352) - Billy Cannon scored a TD on an 88-yard kickoff return and set off a 17-point fourth quarter explosion with a 38-yard punt return as the Oilers overcame a 21-20 Boston lead.
NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-GREEN BAY        8  4 0  .667 332 209 X-Philadelphia    10  2 0  .833 321 246
Detroit            7  5 0  .583 239 212 Cleveland          8  3 1  .727 362 217
San Francisco      7  5 0  .583 208 205 NY Giants          6  4 2  .600 271 261
Baltimore          6  6 0  .500 288 234 St. Louis          6  5 1  .545 288 230
Chicago            5  6 1  .455 194 299 Pittsburgh         5  6 1  .455 240 275
LA Rams            4  7 1  .364 265 297 Washington         1  9 2  .100 178 309
Dallas             0 11 1  .000 177 369                                        
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
X-Houston         10  4 0  .714 379 285 X-LA Chargers     10  4 0  .714 373 336
NY Titans          7  7 0  .500 382 399 Dallas             8  6 0  .571 362 253
Buffalo            5  8 1  .385 296 303 Oakland            6  8 0  .429 319 388
Boston             5  9 0  .357 286 349 Denver             4  9 1  .308 309 393
X-Clinched Division/Conference Title                                           
Cleveland Browns (8-3-1)
Head Coach: Paul Brown
Passing Leader: Milt Plum (2297)
Rushing Leader: Jim Brown (1257)
Receiving Leader: Bobby Mitchell (45-612)
1960 - The Year in Football
Washington Redskins (1-9-2)
Head Coach: Mike Nixon
Passing Leader: Ralph Guglielmi (1547)
Rushing Leader: Don Bosseler (428)
Receiving Leader: Bill Anderson (38-488)
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-6-1)
Head Coach: Buddy Parker
Passing Leader: Bobby Layne (1814)
Rushing Leader: Tom Tracy (680)
Receiving Leader: Buddy Dial (40-972)
Los Angeles Rams (4-7-1)
Head Coach: Bob Waterfield
Passing Leader: Billy Wade (1294)
Rushing Leader: Jon Arnett (436)
Receiving Leader: Jim Phillips (52-883)
Chicago Bears (5-6-1)
Head Coach: George Halas
Passing Leader: Ed Brown (1079)
Rushing Leader: Rick Casares (566)
Receiving Leader: Willard Dewveall (43-804)
Philadelphia Eagles (10-2)
Head Coach: Buck Shaw
Passing Leader: Norm Van Brocklin (2471)
Rushing Leader: Clarence Peaks (465)
Receiving Leader: Pete Retzlaff (46-826)
St. Louis Cardinals (6-5-1)
Head Coach: Frank Ivy
Passing Leader: John Roach (1423)
Rushing Leader: John Crow (1071)
Receiving Leader: Sonny Randle (62-893)
New York Giants (6-4-2)
Head Coach: Jim Lee Howell
Passing Leader: George Shaw (1263)
Rushing Leader: Mel Triplett (573)
Receiving Leader: Kyle Rote (42-750)
Baltimore Colts (6-6)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Johnny Unitas (3099)
Rushing Leader: Lenny Moore (374)
Receiving Leader: Raymond Berry (74-1298)
Detroit Lions (7-5)
Head Coach: George Wilson
Passing Leader: Jim Ninowski (1599)
Rushing Leader: Nick Pietrosante (872)
Receiving Leader: Jim Gibbons (51-604)
San Francisco 49ers (7-5)
Head Coach: Red Hickey
Passing Leader: John Brodie (1111)
Rushing Leader: J.D. Smith (780)
Receiving Leader: Clyde Conner (38-531)
Green Bay Packers (8-4)
Head Coach: Vince Lombardi
Passing Leader: Bart Starr (1358)
Rushing Leader: Jim Taylor (1101)
Receiving Leader: Max McGee (38-787)
Dallas Cowboys (0-11-1)
Head Coach: Tom Landry
Passing Leader: Eddie LeBaron (1736)
Rushing Leader: L.G. Dupre (362)
Receiving Leader: Jim Doran (31-554)
Houston Oilers (10-4)
Head Coach: Lou Rymkus
Passing Leader: George Blanda (2413)
Rushing Leader: Billy Cannon (644)
Receiving Leader: Bill Groman (72-1473)
New York Titans (7-7)
Head Coach: Sammy Baugh
Passing Leader: Al Dorow (2478)
Rushing Leader: Al Dorow (453)
Receiving Leader: Don Maynard (72-1265)
Buffalo Bills (5-8-1)
Head Coach: Buster Ramsey
Passing Leader: Johnny Green (1267)
Rushing Leader: Wray Carlton (533)
Receiving Leader: Tom Rychlec (45-590)
Boston Patriots (5-9)
Head Coach: Lou Saban
Passing Leader: Butch Songin (2476)
Rushing Leader: Alan Miller (416)
Receiving Leader: Jim Colcough (49-666)
Los Angeles Chargers (10-4)
Head Coach: Sid Gillman
Passing Leader: Jack Kemp (3018)
Rushing Leader: Paul Lowe (855)
Receiving Leader: Ralph Anderson (44-614)
Dallas Texans (8-6)
Head Coach: Hank Stram
Passing Leader: Cotton Davidson (2474)
Rushing Leader: Abner Haynes (875
Receiving Leader: Abner Haynes (55-576)
Oakland Raiders (6-8)
Head Coach: Eddie Erdelatz
Passing Leader: Tom Flores (1738)
Rushing Leader: Tony Teresa (608)
Receiving Leader: Billy Lott (49-524)
Denver Broncos (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Frankie Filchock
Passing Leader: Frank Tripucka (3038)
Rushing Leader: Dave Rolle (501)
Receiving Leader: Lionel Taylor (92-1235)
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4
A-LA Chargers 21, NY TITANS 7 (19402) - Paul Lowe sped 62 yards for a second-period TD that gave the Chargers a 14-0 lead. QB Al Dorow hit Dewel Bohling with a 19-yard pass in the third for New York's only score.
A-BOSTON 34, Oakland 28 (8446) - Butch Songin passed for three Patriot TDs, with a 38-yard TD toss to Dick Colclough that clinched the win. Tom Teresa ran for three of Oakland's TDs, amid rumors of the team moving.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6
BALTIMORE 38, Green Bay 24
LA Rams 38, DALLAS 13 (16000) - Frank Ryan passed the Rams into a quick lead that stood up, as Jim Phillips, Joe Marconi and Bill Wade teamed up with Ryan to hand Dallas its seventh straight defeat.