UNITED STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The league was announced in June 1966 by former Notre Dame coach Frank Leahy. The league said it would name twelve franchises to begin play in 1967 (Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Memphis, New Orleans, Seattle, Phoenix and Cincinnati were among the early choices). Leahy resigned at the end of July, but the league announced in mid-August it would move forward in 1967 with eight franchises (New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington, Los Angeles, Akron, Pittsburgh and either Atlanta or Memphis and Oakland or San Jose). The USFL filed an anti-trust lawsuit against the NFL and AFL to block their merger in October. Norman Hecht, USFL commissioner, was quoted in November as saying the league had leases for franchises in Washington, Philadelphia, Akron, Cincinnati, Chicago, San Jose and Jacksonville, but the league would be reorganized as the International Football League. Nothing more was heard from the league.
WEEK ONE
THURSDAY AUGUST 18
TORONTO 27, Norfolk 14 (7,106) - Toronto's Joe Williams ran 74 yards for a TD and broke a league record by rushing for 196 yards in 16 carries. Rookie Tom Wilkinson passed for three tounchdowns for the Rifles
SATURDAY AUGUST 20
CHARLESTON 42, Brooklyn 23 (8,768) - The defending champions were led Ron Quillen who scored three time and QB Ron Miller, who passed to Shorty Moss for a 13-yard TD as the Rockets won their 16th straight CFL game
Orlando 49, MONTREAL 27 - QB Don Jonas threw four TD passes, and scored 13 points himself on a TD and seven XPs, as Panther coach Perry Moss remained perfect in the CFL (he went 14-0 with Charleston in 1965)
HARTFORD 36, Philadelphia 31 - John Torok outdueled Bob Brodhead in a battle of quarterbacks. The Oaks took a quick 17-0 lead following three Bulldog fumbles. The Bulldogs fought back for a short-lived 21-17 lead
SUNDAY AUGUST 21
Richmond 27, WHEELING 23 (6,909) - The Wheeling-Richmond game was a back-and-forth battle which ended with Bob Joyner kicking a field goal with six minutes to go for the Rebels
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        1  0 0  27  14 Charleston     1  0 0  42  23
Hartford       1  0 0  36  31 Orlando        1  0 0  49  27
Philadelphia   0  1 0  31  36 Richmond       1  0 0  27  23
Brooklyn       0  1 0  23  42 Wheeling       0  1 0  23  27
Norfolk        0  1 0  14  27 Montreal       0  1 0  27  49
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY AUGUST 26
TORONTO 35, Hartford 14 - The Rifles set a CFL rushing record with 346 yards, surpassing their own record of 315 set in the season opener
SATURDAY AUGUST 27
CHARLESTON 30, Wheeling 17 (8,500) - The Ironmen battled the hosts on almost even terms before the Rockets defense jelled in the second half and held them scoreless
NORFOLK 22, Richmond 13 (12,184)
Orlando 49, BROOKLYN 7 (8,000) - Don Jonas and Glynn Griffing each tnrew two TD passes to ruin the Dodgers' home debut. Griffing's first TD pass covered 92 yards to Tom Bland in the third quarter to set a league record
PHILADELPHIA 31, Montreal 14 (7,114) - Bob Brodhead threw four TD passes to give ex-Navy coach Wayne Hardin his first victory in the pro ranks. Brodhead completed 28 of 45 pass attempts for 319 yards
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        2  0 0  62  28 Charleston     2  0 0  72  40
Hartford       1  1 0  50  66 Orlando        2  0 0  98  34
Philadelphia   1  1 0  62  50 Richmond       1  1 0  40  45
Norfolk        1  1 0  36  40 Wheeling       0  2 0  40  57
Brooklyn       0  2 0  30  91 Montreal       0  2 0  41  80
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3
PHILADELPHIA 41, Charleston 35 (OT) (1,792) - The Bulldogs, trailing 35-14 in the fourth, rallied for 21 points behind the passing of Bob Brodhead. In OT, he passed to Claude Watts for the winning TD to end the Rockets' win streak
HARTFORD 24, Brooklyn 14 (9,500) - Bill Schockley booted a record 48-yard FG late in the fourth period for the Charter Oaks. The old mark was46 yards
ORLANDO 37, Toronto 14 (17,258) - Panther head coach Perry Moss rang up his 18th consecutive win, matching George Halas' record set in 1933-1934 with the Chicago Bears
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
Norfolk 16, WHEELING 10 (OT) - Norfolk's Paul Duda ran 31 yards for TD in overtime to lead the Neptunes. The game was deadlocked at 10 late thanks to Wheeling's Rick Duncan, who kicked a league-record 51-yard field goal
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5
MONTREAL 26, Richmond 20 - The Beavers scored on defense and offense to win their first game. QB Alex Zyskowski was sacked in the end zone for the safety, and the Beavers took three plays to score after the free kick
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        2  1 0  76  65 Orlando        3  0 0 135  48
Hartford       2  1 0  74  80 Charleston     2  1 0 107  81
Philadelphia   2  1 0 103  85 Richmond       1  2 0  60  71
Norfolk        2  1 0  52  50 Montreal       1  2 0  67 100
Brooklyn       0  3 0  44 115 Wheeling       0  3 0  50  73
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
ORLANDO 35, Wheeling 3 - Perry Moss won his 19th straight regular season game to surpass the record set by George Halas. Counting pre-season exhibition games, Moss' record is 24 consecutive wins
TORONTO 31, Philadelphia 21 - The Rifles, sparked by rookie QB Tom Wilkinson, took over sole possession of first in the East. Wilkinson ran for one touchdown and passed for two
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
MONTREAL 22, Brooklyn 14 (4,749)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Charleston 21, RICHMOND 10 (7,500) - The Rockets bounced back thanks to QB Ron Miller who tossed TD passes of 22, 21 and 22 yards to Milard Flemming, Darrell Elam and James Moss
Hartford 26, NORFOLK 21 (12,278) - The Charter Oaks scored 16 points in the third for the win, as Bob Gaiters gained 127 yards rushing, and the Oaks rang up 432 yard on offense
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        3  1 0 107  86 Orlando        4  0 0 170  51
Hartford       3  1 0 100 101 Charleston     3  1 0 128  91
Philadelphia   2  2 0 124 116 Montreal       2  2 0  89 114
Norfolk        2  2 0  73  76 Richmond       1  3 0  70  92
Brooklyn       0  4 0  58 137 Wheeling       0  4 0  53 108
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16
TORONTO 36, Montreal 30 (OT) - Bob Blakely ran for 226 yards to set a new CFL record. His yardage included a 79-yard run in OT which also topped the present season high mark of 74
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Norfolk 38, PHILADELPHIA 31
HARTFORD 48, Richmond 28
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Brooklyn 45, WHEELING 27 (4,594) - Brooklyn's Tom Kennedy completed 22 of 31 passes with no interceptions to remain the top passer in the CFL
Orlando 27, CHARLESTON 24 (OT) (10,000) - Quarterback Don Jonas kicked a 27-yard field goal 14 minutes into OT to keep Orlando perfect. Roger McFarland of Charleston set a league record with four interceptions
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        4  1 0 143 116 Orlando        5  0 0 197  75
Hartford       4  1 0 148 129 Charleston     3  2 0 152 118
Norfolk        3  2 0 111 107 Montreal       2  3 0 119 160
Philadelphia   2  3 0 155 154 Richmond       1  4 0  98 140
Brooklyn       1  4 0 103 164 Wheeling       0  5 0  80 153
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
NORFOLK 34, Toronto 21 (15,000)
Orlando 38, RICHMOND 17
BROOKLYN 43, Philadelphia 14 (4,500)
MONTREAL 31, Hartford 7
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Charleston 14, WHEELING 13 - The Ironmen took the lead early in the third when Lester Seays intercepted a Ron Miller pass for a 41-yard TD, but Ron Quillen scored a 13-yard TD on the next drive for the winning margin
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        4  2 0 164 150 Orlando        6  0 0 235  92
Hartford       4  2 0 155 160 Charleston     4  2 0 166 131
Norfolk        4  2 0 145 128 Montreal       3  3 0 150 167
Philadelphia   2  4 0 169 197 Richmond       1  5 0 115 178
Brooklyn       2  4 0 146 178 Wheeling       0  6 0  93 167
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29
Toronto 42, RICHMOND 21 - Toronto's Joe Williams, the CFL's leading
ground-gainer, scored one TD and picked up 107 yards. Bob Blakely scored twice and ran for 104 yards
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1
Norfolk 31, HARTFORD 25 - The Neptunes rallied for 17 points in the fourth quarter. They surged ahead on a 23-yard pass from Junior Edge to Don Floyd with 4:19 to go. Edge hit Floyd for three TDs
ORLANDO 31, Brooklyn 16 (13,876) - The Panthers came back from a 9-point deficit to remain perfect
PHILADELPHIA 30, Wheeling 24 (OT) - A 60-yard pass from Bob Brodhcad to H.D. Murphy gave the Bulldogs the win in rain-soaked Temple Stadium
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
CHARLESTON 49, Montreal 34 (4,800) - The Rockets capitalized on three intercepted passes, two fumble recoveries and a blocked FG for the win. Jim (Shorty) Moss caught three short TD passes to lead the offense
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        5  2 0 206 171 Orlando        7  0 0 266 108
Norfolk        5  2 0 176 153 Charleston     5  2 0 215 165
Hartford       4  3 0 180 191 Montreal       3  4 0 184 216
Philadelphia   3  4 0 199 221 Richmond       1  6 0 136 220
Brooklyn       2  5 0 162 209 Wheeling       0  7 0 117 197
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
Brooklyn 24, NORFOLK 17 (18,000) - Tom Kennedy, the league's top passer, completed 16 of 21 throws for 214 yards to lead the Dodgers in a game originally scheduled to be played in Brooklyn
Charleston 16, TORONTO 14 - The Rifles took a 14-0 lead, before the Rockets rallied to win on an Ed Mitchamore FG with 44 second left to win
Montreal 28, ORLANDO 27 - The Beavers used a blocked XP and a blocked FG in the final minute to hand Panther coach Perry Moss his first loss in 23 games
Philadelphia 20, RICHMOND 13 - Despite a foot injury, Bulldogs QB Bob Brodhead came off the bench to throw three TD passes and completed 25 of 46 passes
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9
Hartford 24, WHEELING 13 (3,521) - The Oaks use a 90-yard interception return for a TD in the final quarter to break the Ironmen's backs
FRANCHISES FOLDING: Rhode Island Indians FRANCHISES MOVING : Newark Bears to Orlando Panthers, Fort Wayne Warriors to Montreal Beavers FRANCHISE ADDED: Brooklyn Dodgers
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        5  3 0 220 187 Orlando        7  1 0 293 136
Norfolk        5  3 0 193 177 Charleston     6  2 0 231 179
Hartford       5  3 0 204 204 Montreal       4  4 0 212 243
Philadelphia   4  4 0 219 234 Richmond       1  7 0 149 240
Brooklyn       3  5 0 186 226 Wheeling       0  8 0 130 221
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
CHARLESTON 26, Richmond 0 (5,000) - Charleston struck early with a 102-yard return of the opening kickoff by Terry Haddock and scored 17 points in the first quarter in its rout of the Rebels
TORONTO 21, Brooklyn 13 (7,253) - Brooklyn managed to keep Joe Williams and Bob Blakley out of the end lone, but Toronto took to the air, as Dick Limerick caught six passes, including one for a TD
PHILADELPHIA 28, Hartford 14 (11,989) - Philadelphia used the running of rookie Charlie Leigh, who scored on 61 and 59-yard runs, and the passing Bob Brodhead, who threw two TD passes, to knock Hartford out of the top
NORFOLK 21, Orlando 14 (15,104) - The Panthers led 14-0 before Neptunes QB Junior Edge threw two TD passes and Jerry Frericks ran one in
MONTREAL 21, Wheeling 10 (12,364) - Montreal clinched the win with a TD with 7 minutes to go, and then picked off a last minute pass to seal the deal
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        6  3 0 241 200 Orlando        7  2 0 307 157
Norfolk        6  3 0 214 191 Charleston     7  2 0 257 179
Hartford       5  4 0 218 232 Montreal       5  4 0 233 253
Philadelphia   5  4 0 247 248 Richmond       1  8 0 149 266
Brooklyn       3  6 0 199 247 Wheeling       0  9 0 140 242
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21
Toronto 28, MONTREAL 13 (11,754)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 22
Richmond 21, BROOKLYN 20 (5,000) - Brooklyn led 20-14 until Richmond scored on a 50-yard TD from Ed Chlebek to Bill Barber with a minute to go. Richmond's blocking of a Brooklyn XP earlier in the fourth cost the Dodgers
HARTFORD 20, Wheeling 13 - Wheeling led 10-0 at half, but veteran QB Songin led the Charter Oaks on a Ihree-TD comeback in the second half. He threw two TD passes, including one for 57 yards to Paul Carmichael
Philadelphia 42, NORFOLK 15 - Dave Washington, Philadelphia's
228-pound tight end, caught three TDs. He has a league-leading 13
ORLANDO 17, Charleston 13 (12,587) - The Rockets led 6-0 early in the third period, before Don Jonas came off the bench to a TD pass, run one in, and kick a 42-yard FG. Charleston's only TD came on a Ron Pennington pass
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        7  3 0 269 213 Orlando        8  2 0 324 170
Norfolk        6  4 0 229 233 Charleston     7  3 0 270 196
Hartford       6  4 0 238 245 Montreal       5  5 0 246 281
Philadelphia   6  4 0 289 263 Richmond       2  8 0 170 286
Brooklyn       3  7 0 219 268 Wheeling       0 10 0 153 262
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29
Toronto 17, HARTFORD 14 - The see-saw game was decided with less than two minutes to go when Toronto's Tom Wilkinson hit Jim Morgan on a 29-yard pass play
Charleston 14, NORFOLK 10 (13,001) - Ron Pennington's 16-yard TD pass to Millard Fleming brought victory to the Rockets at Norfolk
PHILADELPHIA 37, Brooklyn 14 (6,829) - The Bulldogs coupled an defense which blocked two FG tries and a punt with Jamey Caleb's kicking and Bob Brodhead's passing lo take over second place. 
Montreal 26, RICHMOND 0 - Lou Bobich kicked two FGs in the first half before Jim LeClair fired two third-quarter TDs to lead the Beavers to the rout
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
Orlando 56, WHEELING 24 (4,435) - Don Jonas fired two TD passes in the second quarter to give Orlando a 28-17 halftime lead. Orlando fullback Pat Batten scored three touchdowns on short runs
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        8  3 0 286 227 Orlando        9  2 0 380 194
Philadelphia   7  4 0 326 277 Charleston     8  3 0 284 206
Hartford       6  5 0 252 262 Montreal       6  5 0 272 281
Norfolk        6  5 0 239 247 Richmond       2  9 0 170 312
Brooklyn       3  8 0 233 305 Wheeling       0 11 0 177 318
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5
Brooklyn 20, HARTFORD 6 -
Norfolk 20, MONTREAL 10
ORLANDO 27, Richmond 6 - Panthers QB Don Jonas became the  highest single-season scorer in pro history by tossing three TD passes and kicking a FG, giving him 113 points, one more than George Blanda had in 1961
Philadelphia 30, CHARLESTON 9 (2,000) - The Bulldogs led 30-0 thanks in part to Scott Tyler who went 97 yards with the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown
TORONTO 10, Wheeling 0
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        9  3 0 296 227 Z-Orlando     10  2 0 407 200
Philadelphia   8  4 0 356 286 Charleston     8  4 0 293 236
Norfolk        7  5 0 259 257 Montreal       6  6 0 282 301
Hartford       6  6 0 258 282 Richmond       2 10 0 176 339
Brooklyn       4  8 0 253 311 Wheeling       0 12 0 177 328
Z-Clinched division title tie
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12
RICHMOND 40, Wheeling 21 (4,000) - Rebels QB Doyle Hill completed 25 of 47 passes for 406 yards and four TDs as Richmond led 23-0 at the half
Orlando 40, HARTFORD 7 (5,500) - Don Jonas led the Panthers with two TD 
passes, two FGs and four XPs as Orlando clinched the Western title
PHILADELPHIA 34, Toronto 31 - Philadelphia's Bob Brodhead boosted his TD passes this season to 38, equalling the mark by Y. A. Tittle and George Blanda. Broadhead completed 22 of 50 passes for 373 yards
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13
Charleston 33, MONTREAL 7 (3,832) - The Rockets took an early 19-0 lead and went to clinch a playoff berth
NORFOLK 31, Brooklyn 24 (11,137) - 
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
Toronto        9  4 0 327 261 Z-Orlando     11  2 0 447 207
Philadelphia   9  4 0 390 317 X-Charleston   9  4 0 326 243
Norfolk        8  5 0 290 281 Montreal       6  7 0 289 334
Hartford       6  7 0 265 322 Richmond       3 10 0 216 360
Brooklyn       4  9 0 277 342 Wheeling       0 13 0 198 368
X-Clinched playoff berth      Z-Clinched division title
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19
BROOKLYN 19, Toronto 17 - In a game played at Mt. Vernon, NY, Sonny Gibbs, filling in for Tom Kennedy who was sold to the New York Giants, completed 18 of 32 passes against Toronto
RICHMOND 13, Norfolk 7 - The Rebel defense held Norfolk's three TD a game offense to a single tally. Lloyd Swelnis came up with two key interceptions to preserve the upset
ORLANDO 38, Philadelphia 20 - The Panthers had Philadelphia shut out for three quarters before running the bench on Ihe field
CHARLESTON 31, Hartford 24 - Hartford's Wayne Crowe broke a league record in the third quarter by running back an intercepted pass 100 yards for a TD to give the Oaks an 11-point lead before the Rockets roared back
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
Montreal 28, WHEELING 7 - The Beavers scored in every quarter, led by Mel Anthony's two rushing TDS, to keep the Ironmen winless on the season
EASTERN DIVISION              WESTERN DIVISION
X-Philadelphia 9  5 0 410 355 Z-Orlando     12  2 0 485 227
X-Toronto      9  5 0 344 280 X-Charleston  10  4 0 357 267
Norfolk        8  6 0 297 294 Montreal       7  7 0 317 341
Hartford       6  8 0 289 353 Richmond       4 10 0 229 367
Brooklyn       5  9 0 296 359 Wheeling       0 14 0 205 396
X-Clinched playoff berth      Z-Clinched division title
DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS
WEST - Sat Nov 26 - ORLANDO 31, Charleston 24 (7,857) - Orlando's Pat Batten returned the second-half kickoff 90 yards to give the Panthers a 24-17 lead over Charleston only to have the Rockets rebound with quarterback Ron Miller sneaking over from the one-yard line. Orlando QB Don Jonas capped an 84-yard, fourth-quarter drive from one yard to give the Panthers the win
EAST - Sun Nov 27 - Philadelphia 31, TORONTO 14 - Trailing 14-7 at the half, Toronto tied the game when Bob Blakely returned the second half kickoff 84 yards for a TD. But Jamie Caleb's 30-yard FG later in the period put Philadelphia .ahead for good and Bob Brodhead flipped a 36-yard TD pass to H.D. Murphy in the fourth period to wrap it up
1966 CFL CHAMPIONSHIP (December 4 at Philadelphia - 5,226)
PHILADELPHIA BULLDOGS 20, ORLANDO PANTHERS 17 (OT) - Jamie Caleb's 10-yard FG in overtime gave the Bulldogs the upset, as they were down 17-3 in the second quarter before rallying. The defense tightened up and yielded no more points as Bob Brodhead passed the Bulldogs to a tie. He completed 19 of 32 passes for 283 yards and two TDs while Orlando QB Don Jonas struggled to complete 10 of 25 throws for 179 yards and a TD
1967
January 7 - Expansion franchises awarded to Milwaukee and Chicago March 4 - Added Seattle, Victoria, Eugene and Portland from the Pacific Coast League. Awarded expansion franchises to San Jose, Sacramento, Anaheim and Phoenix April 1 - Milwaukee and Chicago franchises delayed until 1968 April 28 - Brooklyn Dodger franchise becomes Akron Vulcans
SUNDAY OCTOBER 23
Green Bay 56, Atlanta 3 at Milwaukee    CLEVELAND 30, Dallas 21
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Detroit 24            CHICAGO 17, Los Angeles 10
BALTIMORE 20, Minnesota 17              Philadelphia 31, NY GIANTS 3
WASHINGTON 26, St.Louis 20              A-Miami 20, HOUSTON 13
A-Oakland 24, NY JETS 21                A-Kansas City 56, DENVER 10
A-BOSTON 35, San Diego 17
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          5  1 1  .833 168 113 GREEN BAY          6  1 0  .857 185  74
Dallas             4  1 1  .800 214  85 Baltimore          4  2 0  .667 159 119
Cleveland          4  2 0  .667 185 107 San Francisco      3  2 1  .600 129 141
Washington         4  3 0  .571 147 151 Los Angeles        4  3 0  .571 128 117
Philadelphia       4  3 0  .571 150 157 Chicago            3  3 0  .500  77  99
Pittsburgh         1  4 1  .200 112 166 Detroit            2  5 0  .286 104 139
NY Giants          1  5 1  .167 100 214 Minnesota          1  4 1  .200 122 126
Atlanta            0  7 0  .000  78 250
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            4  2 1  .667 149 122 Kansas City        5  2 0  .714 237 137
Boston             3  2 1  .600 127 128 San Diego          4  2 1  .667 164 106
Buffalo            3  3 1  .500 168 154 Oakland            4  3 0  .571 132 150
Houston            3  4 0  .429 184 146 Denver             1  6 0  .143  80 240
Miami              2  5 0  .286 116 185
1966 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP (January 1, 1966 at Dallas)
GREEN BAY PACKERS (12-2) 34, DALLAS COWBOYS (10-3-1) 27
1966 AFL TITLE (January 1, 1967 at Buffalo)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (11-2-1) 31,  BUFFALO BILLS (9-4-1) 7
1966 NFL PLAYOFF BOWL (January 8, 1967 at Miami)
BALTIMORE COLTS (9-5) 20, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (9-5) 14
SUPER BOWL 1 (January 15, 1967 at Los Angeles)
GREEN BAY PACKERS (13-2) 35, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (12-2-1) 10 - The Green Bay Packers opened the Super Bowl series by defeating the AFL champion Chiefs behind the passing of Bart Starr, the receiving of Max McGee, and a key interception by all-pro safety Willie Wood. Green Bay broke open the game with three second-half touchdowns, the first of which was set up by Wood's 50-yard return of an interception. McGee, filling in for ailing Boyd Dowler after having caught only four passes all season, caught seven from Starr for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Elijah Pitts ran for two other scores. The Chiefs' 10 points came in the second quarter, the only touchdown on a 7-yard pass from Len Dawson to Curtis McClinton. Starr completed 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns and was chosen the most valuable player. The Packers collected $15,000 per man and the Chiefs $7,500-the largest single-game shares in the history of team sports.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2
A-Oakland 23, MIAMI 14
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3
A-HOUSTON 45, Denver 7
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
A-SAN DIEGO 17, Buffalo 7
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            1  0 0 1.000  45   7 San Diego          1  0 0 1.000  17   7
Boston             0  0 0  .000   0   0 Oakland            1  0 0 1.000  23  14
NY Jets            0  0 0  .000   0   0 Kansas City        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Buffalo            0  1 0  .000   7  17 Denver             0  1 0  .000   7  45
Miami              0  1 0  .000  14  23
TEAMS ADDED IN 1966 : Atlanta Falcons (NFL), Miami Dolphins (AFL) 
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
A-NY Jets 19, MIAMI 14
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Green Bay 24, Baltimore 3 at Milwaukee  A-HOUSTON 31, Oakland 0
A-SAN DIEGO 24, Boston 0
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
DETROIT 14, Chicago 3                   Los Angeles 19, ATLANTA 14
Cleveland 38, WASHINGTON 14             SAN FRANCISCO 20, Minnesota 20 (T)
ST. LOUIS 16, Philadelphia 13           PITTSBURGH 34, NY Giants 34 (T)
A-Kansas City 42, BUFFALO 20
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland          1  0 0 1.000  38  14 GREEN BAY          1  0 0 1.000  24   3
St. Louis          1  0 0 1.000  16  13 Los Angeles        1  0 0 1.000  19  14
Dallas             0  0 0  .000   0   0 Detroit            1  0 0 1.000  14   3
Pittsburgh         0  0 1  .000  34  34 San Francisco      0  0 1  .000  20  20
NY Giants          0  0 1  .000  34  34 Minnesota          0  0 1  .000  20  20
Philadelphia       0  1 0  .000  13  16 Chicago            0  1 0  .000   3  14
Washington         0  1 0  .000  14  38 Baltimore          0  1 0  .000   3  24
Atlanta            0  1 0  .000  14  19
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Houston            2  0 0 1.000  76   7 San Diego          2  0 0 1.000  41   7
NY Jets            1  0 0 1.000  19  14 Kansas City        1  0 0 1.000  42  20
Boston             0  1 0  .000   0  24 Oakland            1  1 0  .500  23  45
Buffalo            0  2 0  .000  27  59 Denver             0  1 0  .000   7  45
Miami              0  2 0  .000  28  42
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16
LOS ANGELES 31, Chicago 17
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
PHILADELPHIA 23, Atlanta 10             Green Bay 21, CLEVELAND 20
Baltimore 38, MINNESOTA 23              DALLAS 52, NY Giants 7
PITTSBURGH 17, Detroit 3                ST. LOUIS 23, Washington 7
A-Boston 24, DENVER 10                  A-NY JETS 52, Houston 13
A-BUFFALO 58, Miami 24                  A-Kansas City 32, OAKLAND 10
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          2  0 0 1.000  39  20 GREEN BAY          2  0 0 1.000  45  23
Dallas             1  0 0 1.000  52   7 Los Angeles        2  0 0 1.000  50  31
Pittsburgh         1  0 1 1.000  51  37 Detroit            1  1 0  .500  17  20
Cleveland          1  1 0  .500  58  35 Baltimore          1  1 0  .500  41  47
Philadelphia       1  1 0  .500  36  26 San Francisco      0  0 1  .000  20  20
NY Giants          0  1 1  .000  41  86 Minnesota          0  1 1  .000  43  58
Washington         0  2 0  .000  21  61 Chicago            0  2 0  .000  20  45
Atlanta            0  2 0  .000  24  42
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            2  0 0 1.000  71  27 San Diego          2  0 0 1.000  41   7
Houston            2  1 0  .667  89  59 Kansas City        2  0 0 1.000  74  30
Boston             1  1 0  .500  24  34 Oakland            1  2 0  .333  33  77
Buffalo            1  2 0  .333  85  83 Denver             0  2 0  .000  17  69
Miami              0  3 0  .000  52 100
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
DETROIT 28, Atlanta 10                  GREEN BAY 24, Los Angeles 13
DALLAS 28, Minnesota 17                 St. Louis 34, CLEVELAND 28
PHILADELPHIA 35, NY Giants 17           BALTIMORE 36, San Fran 14
Washington 33, PITTSBURGH 27            A-BUFFALO 27, Houston 20
A-Kansas City 43, BOSTON 24             A-NY Jets 16, DENVER 7
A-San Diego 29, OAKLAND 20
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          3  0 0 1.000  73  48 GREEN BAY          3  0 0 1.000  69  36
Dallas             2  0 0 1.000  80  24 Los Angeles        2  1 0  .667  63  55
Philadelphia       2  1 0  .667  71  43 Detroit            2  1 0  .667  45  30
Pittsburgh         1  1 1  .500  78  70 Baltimore          2  1 0  .667  77  61
Cleveland          1  2 0  .333  86  69 San Francisco      0  1 1  .000  34  56
Washington         1  2 0  .333  54  88 Minnesota          0  2 1  .000  60  86
NY Giants          0  2 1  .000  58 121 Chicago            0  2 0  .000  20  45
Atlanta            0  3 0  .000  34  70
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            3  0 0 1.000  87  34 San Diego          3  0 0 1.000  70  27
Houston            2  2 0  .500 109  86 Kansas City        3  0 0 1.000 117  54
Buffalo            2  2 0  .500 112 103 Oakland            1  3 0  .250  53 106
Boston             1  2 0  .333  48  77 Denver             0  3 0  .000  24  85
Miami              0  3 0  .000  52 100
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30
LOS ANGELES 34, San Francisco 3
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
Chicago 13, MINNESOTA 10                GREEN BAY 23, Detroit 14
Cleveland 28, NY GIANTS 7               WASHINGTON 24, Pittsburgh 10
Dallas 47, ATLANTA 14                   St. Louis 41, PHILADELPHIA 10
A-Buffalo 29, KANSAS CITY 14            A-DENVER 40, Houston 38
A-SAN DIEGO 44, Miami 10                A-BOSTON 24, NY Jets 24 (T)
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          4  0 0 1.000 114  58 GREEN BAY          4  0 0 1.000  92  50
Dallas             3  0 0 1.000 127  38 Los Angeles        3  1 0  .750  97  58
Philadelphia       2  2 0  .500  81  84 Baltimore          2  1 0  .667  77  61
Washington         2  2 0  .500  78  98 Detroit            2  2 0  .500  59  53
Cleveland          2  2 0  .500 114  76 Chicago            1  2 0  .333  33  55
Pittsburgh         1  2 1  .333  88  94 San Francisco      0  2 1  .000  37  90
NY Giants          0  3 1  .000  65 149 Minnesota          0  3 1  .000  70  99
Atlanta            0  4 0  .000  48 117
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            3  0 1 1.000 111  58 San Diego          4  0 0 1.000 114  37
Buffalo            3  2 0  .600 141 117 Kansas City        3  1 0  .750 131  83
Houston            2  3 0  .400 147 126 Denver             1  3 0  .250  64 123
Boston             1  2 1  .333  72 101 Oakland            1  3 0  .250  53 106
Miami              0  4 0  .000  62 144
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
CLEVELAND 41, Pittsburgh 10             A-Boston 20, BUFFALO 10
A-KANSAS CITY 37, Denver 10             A-NY JETS 17, San Diego 16
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9
WASHINGTON 33, Atlanta 20               CHICAGO 27, Baltimore 17
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Green Bay 20          DALLAS 56, Philadelphia 7
Los Angeles 14, DETROIT 7               ST. LOUIS 24, NY Giants 19
A-OAKLAND 21, Miami 10
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          5  0 0 1.000 138  77 GREEN BAY          4  1 0  .800 112  71
Dallas             4  0 0 1.000 183  45 Los Angeles        4  1 0  .800 111  65
Cleveland          3  2 0  .600 155  86 Baltimore          2  2 0  .500  94  88
Washington         3  2 0  .600 111 118 Chicago            2  2 0  .500  60  72
Philadelphia       2  3 0  .400  88 140 Detroit            2  3 0  .400  66  67
Pittsburgh         1  3 1  .250  98 135 San Francisco      1  2 1  .333  58 110
NY Giants          0  4 1  .000  84 173 Minnesota          0  3 1  .000  70  99
Atlanta            0  5 0  .000  68 150
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            4  0 1 1.000 128  74 Kansas City        4  1 0  .800 168  93
Buffalo            3  3 0  .500 151 137 San Diego          4  1 0  .800 130  54
Boston             2  2 1  .500  92 111 Oakland            2  3 0  .400  74 116
Houston            2  3 0  .400 147 126 Denver             1  4 0  .200  63 160
Miami              0  5 0  .000  72 165
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
ST. LOUIS 10, Dallas 10 (T)             BALTIMORE 45, Detroit 14
Green Bay 17, CHICAGO 0                 NY GIANTS 13, Washington 10
MINNESOTA 35, Los Angeles 7             Philadelphia 31, PITTSBURGH 14
San Francisco 44, ATLANTA 7             A-MIAMI 24, Denver 7
A-HOUSTON 24, NY Jets 0                 A-Oakland 34, KANSAS CITY 13
A-BUFFALO 17, San Diego 17 (T)
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          5  0 1 1.000 148  87 GREEN BAY          5  1 0  .833 129  71
Dallas             4  0 1 1.000 193  55 Los Angeles        4  2 0  .667 118 100
Cleveland          3  2 0  .600 155  86 Baltimore          3  2 0  .600 139 102
Washington         3  3 0  .500 121 131 San Francisco      2  2 1  .500 102 117
Philadelphia       3  3 0  .500 119 154 Chicago            2  3 0  .400  60  89
Pittsburgh         1  4 1  .200 112 166 Detroit            2  4 0  .333  80 112
NY Giants          1  4 1  .200  97 183 Minnesota          1  3 1  .250 105 106
Atlanta            0  6 0  .000  75 194
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
NY Jets            4  1 1  .800 128  98 San Diego          4  1 1  .800 147  71
Buffalo            3  3 1  .500 168 154 Kansas City        4  2 0  .667 181 127
Boston             2  2 1  .500  92 111 Oakland            3  3 0  .500 108 129
Houston            3  3 0  .500 171 126 Denver             1  5 0  .167  70 184
Miami              1  5 0  .167  96 172
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
Baltimore 17, LOS ANGELES 0             MINNESOTA 28, San Francisco 3
Cleveland 49, ATLANTA 17                Washington 27, PHILADELPHIA 13
Green Bay 31, DETROIT 7                 DALLAS 52, Pittsburgh 21
A-SAN DIEGO 24, Denver 17               A-KANSAS CITY 48, Houston 23
A-BOSTON 24, Oakland 21                 A-Buffalo 33, NY JETS 23
MONDAY OCTOBER 31
ST. LOUIS 24, Chicago 17
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          6  1 1  .857 192 130 GREEN BAY          7  1 0  .875 216  81
Dallas             5  1 1  .833 266 106 Baltimore          5  2 0  .714 176 119
Cleveland          5  2 0  .714 234 124 San Francisco      3  3 1  .500 132 169
Washington         5  3 0  .625 174 164 Los Angeles        4  4 0  .500 128 134
Philadelphia       4  4 0  .500 163 184 Chicago            3  4 0  .429  94 123
Pittsburgh         1  5 1  .167 133 218 Minnesota          2  4 1  .333 150 129
NY Giants          1  5 1  .167 100 214 Detroit            2  6 0  .250 111 170
Atlanta            0  8 0  .000  95 299
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Boston             4  2 1  .667 151 149 Kansas City        6  2 0  .750 285 160
Buffalo            4  3 1  .571 201 177 San Diego          5  2 1  .714 188 123
NY Jets            4  3 1  .571 172 155 Oakland            4  4 0  .500 153 174
Houston            3  5 0  .375 207 194 Denver             1  7 0  .125  97 264
Miami              2  5 0  .286 116 185
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6
PITTSBURGH 16, Cleveland 6              BALTIMORE 37, Washington 10
PHILADELPHIA 24, Dallas 23              Minnesota 20, GREEN BAY 17
CHICAGO 10, Detroit 10 (T)              St. Louis 20, NY GIANTS 17
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Los Angeles 13        A-Buffalo 29, MIAMI 0
A-Denver 17, BOSTON 10                  A-OAKLAND 38, Houston 23
A-KANSAS CITY 24, San Diego 14
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          7  1 1  .875 212 147 GREEN BAY          7  2 0  .778 233 101
Dallas             5  2 1  .714 289 130 Baltimore          6  2 0  .750 213 129
Cleveland          5  3 0  .625 240 140 San Francisco      4  3 1  .571 153 182
Washington         5  4 0  .556 184 201 Los Angeles        4  5 0  .444 141 155
Philadelphia       5  4 0  .556 187 207 Chicago            3  4 1  .429 104 133
Pittsburgh         2  5 1  .286 149 224 Minnesota          3  4 1  .429 170 146
NY Giants          1  6 1  .143 117 234 Detroit            2  6 1  .250 121 180
Atlanta            0  8 0  .000  95 299
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Buffalo            5  3 1  .625 230 177 Kansas City        7  2 0  .778 309 174
Boston             4  3 1  .571 161 166 San Diego          5  3 1  .625 202 147
NY Jets            4  3 1  .571 172 155 Oakland            5  4 0  .556 191 197
Houston            3  6 0  .333 230 232 Denver             2  7 0  .222 114 274
Miami              2  6 0  .250 116 214
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13
Baltimore 19, ATLANTA 7                 PITTSBURGH 30, St. Louis 9
Dallas 31, WASHINGTON 30                CLEVELAND 27, Philadelphia 7
Detroit 32, MINNESOTA 31                CHICAGO 30, San Francisco 30 (T)
LOS ANGELES 55, NY Giants 14            A-BOSTON 27, Houston 21
A-KANSAS CITY 34, Miami 16              A-BUFFALO 14, NY Jets 3
A-Oakland 41, SAN DIEGO 19
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          7  2 1  .778 221 177 GREEN BAY          7  2 0  .778 233 101
Dallas             6  2 1  .750 320 160 Baltimore          7  2 0  .778 232 136
Cleveland          6  3 0  .667 267 147 San Francisco      4  3 2  .571 183 212
Washington         5  5 0  .500 214 232 Los Angeles        5  5 0  .500 196 169
Philadelphia       5  5 0  .500 194 234 Chicago            3  4 2  .429 134 163
Pittsburgh         3  5 1  .375 179 233 Minnesota          3  5 1  .375 201 178
NY Giants          1  7 1  .125 131 289 Detroit            3  6 1  .333 153 211
Atlanta            0  9 0  .000 102 318
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Buffalo            6  3 1  .667 244 180 Kansas City        8  2 0  .800 343 190
Boston             5  3 1  .625 188 187 Oakland            6  4 0  .600 232 216
NY Jets            4  4 1  .500 175 169 San Diego          5  4 1  .545 221 188
Houston            3  7 0  .300 251 259 Denver             2  7 0  .222 114 274
Miami              2  7 0  .222 132 248
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
Atlanta 27, NY GIANTS 16                Philadelphia 35, SAN FRANCISCO 34
DETROIT 20, Baltimore 14                LOS ANGELES 21, Minnesota 6
GREEN BAY 13, Chicago 6                 CLEVELAND 14, Washington 3
Dallas 20, PITTSBURGH 7                 A-Oakland 17, DENVER 3
A-Buffalo 42, HOUSTON 20                A-NY JETS 30, Miami 13
A-KANSAS CITY 27, Boston 27 (T)
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dallas             7  2 1  .778 340 167 GREEN BAY          8  2 0  .800 246 107
St. Louis          7  2 1  .778 221 177 Baltimore          7  3 0  .700 246 156
Cleveland          7  3 0  .700 281 150 Los Angeles        6  5 0  .545 217 177
Philadelphia       6  5 0  .545 229 268 San Francisco      4  4 2  .500 217 247
Washington         5  6 0  .455 217 246 Detroit            4  6 1  .400 173 225
Pittsburgh         3  6 1  .333 186 253 Chicago            3  5 2  .375 140 176
NY Giants          1  8 1  .111 147 316 Minnesota          3  6 1  .333 207 199
Atlanta            1  9 0  .100 129 334
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Buffalo            7  3 1  .700 286 200 Kansas City        8  2 1  .800 370 217
Boston             5  3 2  .625 215 214 Oakland            7  4 0  .636 249 219
NY Jets            5  4 1  .556 205 182 San Diego          5  4 1  .545 221 188
Houston            3  8 0  .273 271 301 Denver             2  8 0  .200 117 291
Miami              2  8 0  .200 145 278
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24
San Francisco 41, DETROIT 14            DALLAS 26, Cleveland 14
A-Buffalo 31, OAKLAND 10
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27
WASHINGTON 72, NY Giants 41             Los Angeles 23, BALTIMORE 7
CHICAGO 23, Atlanta 6                   Green Bay 28, MINNESOTA 16
ST. LOUIS 6, Pittsburgh 3               A-Boston 20, MIAMI 14
A-Kansas City 32, NY JETS 24            A-DENVER 20, San Diego 17
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dallas             8  2 1  .800 366 181 GREEN BAY          9  2 0  .818 274 123
St. Louis          8  2 1  .800 227 180 Baltimore          7  4 0  .636 253 179
Cleveland          7  4 0  .636 295 176 Los Angeles        7  5 0  .583 240 184
Philadelphia       6  5 0  .545 229 268 San Francisco      5  4 2  .556 258 261
Washington         6  6 0  .500 289 287 Chicago            4  5 2  .444 163 182
Pittsburgh         3  7 1  .300 189 259 Detroit            4  7 1  .364 187 266
NY Giants          1  9 1  .100 188 388 Minnesota          3  7 1  .300 223 227
Atlanta            1 10 0  .091 135 357
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Buffalo            8  3 1  .727 317 210 X-Kansas City      9  2 1  .818 402 241
Boston             6  3 2  .667 235 228 Oakland            7  5 0  .583 259 250
NY Jets            5  5 1  .500 229 214 San Diego          5  5 1  .500 238 208
Houston            3  8 0  .273 271 301 Denver             3  8 0  .273 137 308
Miami              2  9 0  .222 159 298
X-Clinched Division Title
SATURDAY DECEMBER 3
A-OAKLAND 28, NY Jets 28 (T)
SUNDAY DECEMBER 4
Green Bay 20, San Fran. 7 @ Milwaukee  Atlanta 20, MINNESOTA 13
CLEVELAND 49, NY Giants 40             BALTIMORE 21, Chicago 16
PHILADELPHIA 27, Pittsburgh 23         LOS ANGELES 23, Detroit 3
DALLAS 31, St. Louis 17                A-BOSTON 14, Buffalo 3
A-DENVER 17, Miami 7                   A-San Diego 28, HOUSTON 22
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dallas             9  2 1  .818 397 198 Y-GREEN BAY       10  2 0  .833 294 130
St. Louis          8  3 1  .727 244 211 Baltimore          8  4 0  .667 274 195
Cleveland          8  4 0  .667 344 216 Los Angeles        8  5 0  .615 263 187
Philadelphia       7  5 0  .583 256 291 San Francisco      5  5 2  .500 265 281
Washington         6  6 0  .500 289 287 Chicago            4  6 2  .400 179 203
Pittsburgh         3  8 1  .273 212 286 Detroit            4  8 1  .333 190 289
Atlanta            2 10 0  .167 155 370 Minnesota          3  8 1  .273 236 247
NY Giants          1 10 1  .091 228 437
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Boston             7  3 2  .700 249 231 X-Kansas City      9  2 1  .818 402 241
Buffalo            8  4 1  .667 320 224 Oakland            7  5 1  .583 287 278
NY Jets            5  5 2  .500 257 242 San Diego          6  5 1  .545 266 230
Houston            3  9 0  .250 293 329 Denver             4  8 0  .333 154 315
Miami              2 10 0  .167 166 315
X-Clinched Conference/Division Title    Y-Clinched Tie for Conference/Division Title
SATURDAY DECEMBER 10
Green Bay 14, BALTIMORE 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 11
PHILADELPHIA 33, Cleveland 21           Pittsburgh 47, NY GIANTS 28
SAN FRANCISCO 41, Chicago 14            ATLANTA 16, St. Louis 10
Minnesota 28, DETROIT 16                Washington 34, DALLAS 31
A-Boston 38, HOUSTON 14                 A-OAKLAND 28, Denver 10
A-Kansas City 19, MIAMI 18              A-SAN DIEGO 42, NY Jets 27
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
Y-Dallas           9  3 1  .750 428 232 X-GREEN BAY       11  2 0  .846 308 140
St. Louis          8  4 1  .667 254 227 Baltimore          8  5 0  .615 284 209
Cleveland          8  5 0  .615 365 249 Los Angeles        8  5 0  .615 263 187
Philadelphia       8  5 0  .615 289 312 San Francisco      6  5 2  .545 306 295
Washington         7  6 0  .538 323 318 Chicago            4  7 2  .364 193 244
Pittsburgh         4  8 1  .333 259 314 Minnesota          4  8 1  .333 264 263
Atlanta            3 10 0  .231 171 380 Detroit            4  9 1  .308 206 317
NY Giants          1 11 1  .083 256 484
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Boston             8  3 2  .727 287 245 X-Kansas City     10  2 1  .833 421 259
Buffalo            8  4 1  .667 320 224 Oakland            8  5 1  .615 315 288
NY Jets            5  6 2  .455 284 284 San Diego          7  5 1  .583 308 257
Houston            3 10 0  .231 307 367 Denver             4  9 0  .308 164 343
Miami              2 11 0  .154 184 334
X-Clinched Conference/Division Title    Y-Clinched Tie for Conference/Division Title
SATURDAY DECEMBER 17
Cleveland 38, ST. LOUIS 10              A-NY JETS 38, Boston 28
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18
Philadelphia 37, WASHINGTON 28          Green Bay 27, LOS ANGELES 23
Baltimore 30, SAN FRANCISCO 14          CHICAGO 41, Minnesota 28
Dallas 17, NY GIANTS 7                  Pittsburgh 57, ATLANTA 33
A-BUFFALO 38, Denver 21                 A-MIAMI 29, Houston 28
A-Kansas City 27, SAN DIEGO 17
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
X-Dallas          10  3 1  .769 445 239 X-GREEN BAY       12  2 0  .857 335 163
Cleveland          9  5 0  .643 403 259 Baltimore          9  5 0  .643 314 226
Philadelphia       9  5 0  .643 326 340 Los Angeles        8  6 0  .571 289 212
St. Louis          8  5 1  .615 264 265 San Francisco      6  6 2  .500 320 325
Washington         7  7 0  .500 351 355 Chicago            5  7 2  .417 234 272
Pittsburgh         5  8 1  .315 316 347 Detroit            4  9 1  .308 206 317
Atlanta            3 11 0  .214 204 437 Minnesota          4  9 1  .308 292 304
NY Giants          1 12 1  .077 263 501
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
X-Buffalo          9  4 1  .692 358 255 X-Kansas City     11  2 1  .846 448 276
Boston             8  4 2  .667 315 283 Oakland            8  5 1  .615 315 288
NY Jets            6  6 2  .500 322 312 San Diego          7  6 1  .538 335 284
Houston            3 11 0  .214 335 396 Denver             4 10 0  .286 196 381
Miami              3 11 0  .214 213 362
X-Clinched Conference/Division Title
Cleveland Browns (9-5)
Head Coach: Blanton Collier
Passing Leader: Frank Ryan (2974)
Rushing Leader: Leroy Kelly (1141)
Receiving Leader: Gary Collins (56-946)
1966 - The Year in Football
Washington Redskins (7-7)
Head Coach: Otto Graham
Passing Leader: Sonny Jurgensen (3209)
Rushing Leader: A.D. Whitfield (472)
Receiving Leader: Charley Taylor (72-1119)
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8-1)
Head Coach: Bill Austin
Passing Leader: Ron Smith (1249)
Rushing Leader: Willie Asbury (544)
Receiving Leader: John Hilton (46-603)
Los Angeles Rams (8-6)
Head Coach: George Allen
Passing Leader: Roman Gabriel (2540)
Rushing Leader: Dick Bass (1090)
Receiving Leader: Tom Moore (60-433)
Chicago Bears (5-7-2)
Head Coach: George Halas
Passing Leader: Rudy Bukich (1858)
Rushing Leader: Gale Sayers (1231)
Receiving Leader: Gale Sayers (34-447)
Philadelphia Eagles (9-5)
Head Coach: Joe Kuharich
Passing Leader: Norm Snead (1275)
Rushing Leader: Timmy Brown (548)
Receiving Leader: Pete Retzlaff (40-653)
St. Louis Cardinals (8-5-1)
Head Coach: Charley Winner
Passing Leader: Charley Johnson (1334)
Rushing Leader: Johnny Roland (695)
Receiving Leader: Jackie Smith (45-810)
New York Giants (1-12-1)
Head Coach: Allie Sherman
Passing Leader: Gary Wood (1142)
Rushing Leader: Chuck Mercein (327)
Receiving Leader: Homer Jones (48-1044)
Baltimore Colts (9-5)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Passing Leader: Johnny Unitas (2748)
Rushing Leader: Tony Lorick (524)
Receiving Leader: Raymond Berry (56-786)
Detroit Lions (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Harry Gilmer
Passing Leader: Karl Sweetan (1809)
Rushing Leader: Tom Nowatzke (512)
Receiving Leader: Pat Studstill (67-1266)
San Francisco 49ers (6-6-2)
Head Coach: Jack Christiansen
Passing Leader: John Brodie (2810)
Rushing Leader: Ken Willard (763)
Receiving Leader: Dave Parks (66-974)
Green Bay Packers (12-2)
Head Coach: Vince Lombardi
Passing Leader: Bart Starr (2257)
Rushing Leader: Jim Taylor (705)
Receiving Leader: Jim Taylor (41-331)
Dallas Cowboys (10-3-1)
Head Coach: Tom Landry
Passing Leader: Don Meredith (2805)
Rushing Leader: Dan Reeves (757)
Receiving Leader: Bob Hayes (64-1232)
Houston Oilers (3-11)
Head Coach: Wally Lemm
Passing Leader: George Blanda (1764)
Rushing Leader: Ode Burrell (406)
Receiving Leader: Charley Frazier (57-1129)
New York Jets (6-6-2)
Head Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Passing Leader: Joe Namath (3379)
Rushing Leader: Matt Snell (644)
Receiving Leader: George Sauer (63-1079)
Buffalo Bills (9-4-1)
Head Coach: Joe Collier
Passing Leader: Jack Kemp (2451)
Rushing Leader: Bobby Burnett (766)
Receiving Leader: Elbert Dubenion (50-747)
Boston Patriots (8-4-2)
Head Coach: Mike Holovak
Passing Leader: Babe Parilli (2721)
Rushing Leader: Jim Nance (1458)
Receiving Leader: Art Graham (51-673)
San Diego Chargers (7-6-1)
Head Coach: Sid Gillman
Passing Leader: John Hadl (2846)
Rushing Leader: Paul Lowe (643)
Receiving Leader: Lance Alworth (73-1383)
Kansas City Chiefs (11-2-1)
Head Coach: Hank Stram
Passing Leader: Len Dawson (2527)
Rushing Leader: Mike Garrett (801)
Receiving Leader: Otis Taylor (58-1297)
Oakland Raiders (8-5-1)
Head Coach: Johnny Rauch
Passing Leader: Tom Flores (2638)
Rushing Leader: Clem Daniels (801)
Receiving Leader: Art Powell (53-1026)
Denver Broncos (4-10)
Head Coach: Mac Speedie (0-2) and Ray Malavasi (4-8)
Passing Leader: Max Choboian (1110)
Rushing Leader: Wendell Hayes (417)
Receiving Leader: Abner Haynes (46-480)
Minnesota Vikings (4-9-1)
Head Coach: Norm Van Brocklin
Passing Leader: Fran Tarkenton (2561)
Rushing Leader: Bill Brown (829)
Receiving Leader: Paul Flatley (50-777)
Atlanta Falcons (3-11)
Head Coach: Norb Hecker
Passing Leader: Randy Johnson (1795)
Rushing Leader: Junior Coffey (722)
Receiving Leader: Alex Hawkins (661)
Miami Dolphins (3-11)
Head Coach: George Wilson
Passing Leader: Dick Wood (993)
Rushing Leader: Joe Auer (416)
Receiving Leader: Dave Kocourek (27-320)
NFL EASTERN CONFERENCE                  NFL WESTERN CONFERENCE
St. Louis          7  1 1  .875 212 147 GREEN BAY          7  2 0  .778 233 101
Dallas             5  2 1  .714 289 130 Baltimore          6  2 0  .750 213 129
Cleveland          5  3 0  .625 240 140 San Francisco      4  3 1  .571 153 182
Washington         5  4 0  .556 184 201 Los Angeles        4  5 0  .444 141 155
Philadelphia       5  4 0  .556 187 207 Chicago            3  4 1  .429 104 133
Pittsburgh         2  5 1  .286 149 224 Minnesota          3  4 1  .429 170 146
NY Giants          1  6 1  .143 117 234 Detroit            2  6 1  .250 121 180
Atlanta            0  8 0  .000  95 299
AFL EASTERN DIVISION                    AFL WESTERN DIVISION
Buffalo            5  3 1  .625 230 177 Kansas City        7  2 0  .778 309 174
Boston             4  3 1  .571 161 166 San Diego          5  3 1  .625 202 147
NY Jets            4  3 1  .571 172 155 Oakland            5  4 0  .556 191 197
Houston            3  6 0  .333 230 232 Denver             2  7 0  .222 114 274
Miami              2  6 0  .250 116 214
Toronto Rifles (9-5)

Philadelphia Bulldogs (9-5)
Head Coach: Babe Dimancheff
Norfolk Neptunes (8-6)
Head Coach: Gary Glick
Brooklyn Dodgers (5-9)
Head Coach: Andy Robustelli
Wheeling Ironmen (0-14)

Orlando Panthers (12-2)
Head Coach: Perry Moss
Charleston Rockets (10-4)
Head Coach: Ken Carpenter
Montreal Beavers (7-7)
Head Coach: Marvin Bass
Richmond Rebels (4-10)
Head Coach: Steve Sucic
Hartford Charter Oaks (6-8)
Head Coach: Lowell Lander