SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7
DENVER 40, Seattle 17
TAMPA BAY 48, Atlanta 10
ST. LOUIS 24, Dallas 13
NEW ENGLAND 28, Miami 21
HOUSTON 20, LA Rams 16
Cincinnati 23, INDIANAPOLIS 21
NEW ORLEANS 28, Cleveland 21
MINNESOTA 34, Detroit 19
KANSAS CITY 20, San Diego 13
LA Raiders 20, GREEN BAY 0
PITTSBURGH 30, San Francisco 17
NY Jets 31, BUFFALO 28
WASHINGTON 34, Philadelphia 24
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14
CHICAGO 34, NY Giants 19
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     1  0 0  34  24 New England    1  0 0  28  21
St. Louis      1  0 0  24  13 NY Jets        1  0 0  31  28
NY Giants      0  1 0  19  34 Miami          0  1 0  21  28
Philadelphia   0  1 0  24  34 Buffalo        0  1 0  28  31
Dallas         0  1 0  13  24 Indianapolis   0  1 0  21  23
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        1  0 0  34  19 Houston        1  0 0  20  16
Minnesota      1  0 0  34  19 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  30  17
Tampa Bay      1  0 0  48  10 Cincinnati     1  0 0  23  21
GREEN BAY      0  1 0   0  20 Cleveland      0  1 0  21  28
Detroit        0  1 0  19  34 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         1  0 0  40  17
New Orleans    1  0 0  28  21 LA Raiders     1  0 0  20   0
San Francisco  0  1 0  17  30 Kansas City    1  0 0  20  13
Atlanta        0  1 0  10  48 San Diego      0  1 0  13  20
LA Rams        0  1 0  16  20 Seattle        0  1 0  17  40
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
Green Bay 17, Denver 17 (T) at Milwaukee
SEATTLE 43, Kansas City 14
Miami 23, INDIANAPOLIS 10
CLEVELAND 34, Pittsburgh 10
Dallas 16, NY GIANTS 14
BUFFALO 34, Houston 30
PHILADELPHIA 27, New Orleans 17
San Fran 27, CINCINNATI 26
ATLANTA 21, Washington 20
SAN DIEGO 28, St. Louis 24
LA RAIDERS 27, Detroit 7
CHICAGO 20, Tampa Bay 3
Minnesota 21, LA RAMS 16
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
NY JETS 43, New England 24
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     1  1 0  54  45 NY Jets        2  0 0  74  52
St. Louis      1  1 0  48  41 New England    1  1 0  52  64
Dallas         1  1 0  29  38 Miami          1  1 0  44  38
Philadelphia   1  1 0  51  51 Buffalo        1  1 0  62  61
NY Giants      0  2 0  33  50 Indianapolis   0  2 0  31  46
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        2  0 0  54  22 Houston        1  1 0  50  50
Minnesota      2  0 0  55  35 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  40  51
Tampa Bay      1  1 0  51  30 Cincinnati     1  1 0  49  48
GREEN BAY      0  1 1  17  37 Cleveland      1  1 0  55  38
Detroit        0  2 0  26  61 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          LA Raiders     2  0 0  47   7
New Orleans    1  1 0  45  48 Denver         1  0 1  57  34
San Francisco  1  1 0  44  56 Kansas City    1  1 0  34  56
Atlanta        1  1 0  31  68 San Diego      1  1 0  41  44
LA Rams        0  2 0  32  41 Seattle        1  1 0  60  54
WEEK THREE - REPLACEMENT TEAMS
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
Chicago 35, PHILADELPHIA 3
Pittsburgh 28, ATLANTA 12
Houston 40, DENVER 10
Green Bay 23, MINNESOTA 16
Tampa Bay 31, DETROIT 27
NEW ORLEANS 37, LA Rams 10
Indianapolis 47, BUFFALO 6
SEATTLE 24, Miami 20
LA RAIDERS 35, Kansas City 17
Cleveland 20, NEW ENGLAND 10
San Diego 10, CINCINNATI 9
Dallas 38, NY JETS 24
WASHINGTON 28, St. Louis 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 5
San Francisco 41, NY GIANTS 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     2  1 0  82  66 NY Jets        2  1 0  98  90
Dallas         2  1 0  67  62 New England    1  2 0  62  84
St. Louis      1  2 0  69  69 Miami          1  2 0  64  62
Philadelphia   1  2 0  54  86 Buffalo        1  2 0  68 108
NY Giants      0  3 0  54  91 Indianapolis   1  2 0  78  52
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        3  0 0  89  25 Houston        2  1 0  90  60
Minnesota      2  1 0  71  58 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  68  63
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  82  57 Cleveland      2  1 0  75  48
GREEN BAY      1  1 1  40  53 Cincinnati     1  2 0  58  58
Detroit        0  3 0  53  92 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          LA Raiders     3  0 0  82  24
New Orleans    2  1 0  82  58 San Diego      2  1 0  51  53
San Francisco  2  1 0  85  77 Seattle        2  1 0  84  74
Atlanta        1  2 0  43  96 Denver         1  1 1  67  74
LA Rams        0  3 0  42  78 Kansas City    1  2 0  51  91
WEEK FOUR - REPLACEMENT TEAMS
SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
NEW ENGLAND 14, Buffalo 7
CHICAGO 27, Minnesota 7
MIAMI 42, Kansas City 0
Houston 15, CLEVELAND 10
DALLAS 41, Philadelphia 22
INDIANAPOLIS 6, NY Jets 0
Cincinnati 17, SEATTLE 10
San Francisco 25, ATLANTA 17
LA RAMS 31, Pittsburgh 21
Washington 38, NY GIANTS 12
San Diego 17, TAMPA BAY 13
Detroit 19, GREEN BAY 16 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 24, New Orleans 19
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
DENVER 30, LA Raiders 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     3  1 0 120  78 NY Jets        2  2 0  98  96
Dallas         3  1 0 108  84 New England    2  2 0  76  91
St. Louis      2  2 0  93  88 Miami          2  2 0 106  62
Philadelphia   1  3 0  76 127 Indianapolis   2  2 0  84  52
NY Giants      0  4 0  66 129 Buffalo        1  3 0  75 122
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        4  0 0 116  32 Houston        3  1 0 105  70
Minnesota      2  2 0  78  85 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  89  94
Tampa Bay      2  2 0  95  74 Cleveland      2  2 0  85  63
GREEN BAY      1  2 1  56  72 Cincinnati     2  2 0  75  68
Detroit        1  3 0  72 108 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          LA Raiders     3  1 0  96  54
San Francisco  3  1 0 110  94 San Diego      3  1 0  68  66
New Orleans    2  2 0 101  82 Denver         2  1 1  97  98
Atlanta        1  3 0  60 121 Seattle        2  2 0  94  91
LA Rams        1  3 0  73  99 Kansas City    1  3 0  51 133
WEEK FIVE - REPLACEMENT TEAMS
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
GREEN BAY 16, Philadelphia 10 (OT)
New England 21, HOUSTON 7
S. FRANCISCO 34, St. Louis 28
Cleveland 34, CINCINNATI 0
NY JETS 37, Miami 31 (OT)
TAMPA BAY 20, Minnesota 10
ATLANTA 24, LA Rams 20
Denver 26, KANSAS CITY 17
PITTSBURGH 21, Indianapolis 7
BUFFALO 6, NY Giants 3 (OT)
Seattle 37, DETROIT 14
New Orleans 19, CHICAGO 17
San Diego 23, LA RAIDERS 17
MONDAY OCTOBER 19
Washington 13, DALLAS 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     4  1 0 133  85 NY Jets        3  2 0 135 127
Dallas         3  2 0 115  97 New England    3  2 0  97  98
St. Louis      2  3 0 121 122 Miami          2  3 0 137  99
Philadelphia   1  4 0  86 143 Indianapolis   2  3 0  91  73
NY Giants      0  5 0  69 135 Buffalo        2  3 0  81 125
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        4  1 0 133  51 Houston        3  2 0 112  91
Tampa Bay      3  2 0 115  84 Pittsburgh     3  2 0 110 101
GREEN BAY      2  2 1  72  82 Cleveland      3  2 0 119  63
Minnesota      2  3 0  88 105 Cincinnati     2  3 0  75 102
Detroit        1  4 0  86 145 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      4  1 0  91  83
San Francisco  4  1 0 144 122 Denver         3  1 1 123 115
New Orleans    3  2 0 120  99 LA Raiders     3  2 0 113  77
Atlanta        2  3 0  84 141 Seattle        3  2 0 131 105
LA Rams        1  4 0  93 123 Kansas City    1  4 0  68 159
WEEK SIX
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
HOUSTON 37, Atlanta 33
San Francisco 24, NEW ORLEANS 22
PHILADELPHIA 37, Dallas 20
INDIANAPOLIS 30, N.England 16
WASHINGTON 17, NY Jets 16
NY GIANTS 30, St. Louis 7
Chicago 27, TAMPA BAY 26
Buffalo 34, MIAMI 31 (OT)
SAN DIEGO 42, Kansas City 21
Green Bay 34, DETROIT 33
PITTSBURGH 23, Cincinnati 20
Seattle 35, LA RAIDERS 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 26
CLEVELAND 30, LA Rams 17
MINNESOTA 34, Denver 27
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     5  1 0 150 101 NY Jets        3  3 0 151 144
Dallas         3  3 0 135 134 New England    3  3 0 113 128
St. Louis      2  4 0 128 152 Buffalo        3  3 0 115 156
Philadelphia   2  4 0 123 163 Indianapolis   3  3 0 121  89
NY Giants      1  5 0  99 142 Miami          2  4 0 168 133
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        5  1 0 160  77 Houston        4  2 0 149 124
GREEN BAY      3  2 1 106 115 Pittsburgh     4  2 0 133 121
Tampa Bay      3  3 0 141 111 Cleveland      4  2 0 149  80
Minnesota      3  3 0 122 132 Cincinnati     2  4 0  95 125
Detroit        1  5 0 119 179 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      5  1 0 133 104
San Francisco  5  1 0 168 144 Seattle        4  2 0 166 118
New Orleans    3  3 0 142 123 Denver         3  2 1 150 149
Atlanta        2  4 0 117 178 LA Raiders     3  3 0 126 112
LA Rams        1  5 0 110 153 Kansas City    1  5 0  89 201
WEEK SEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
Tampa Bay 23, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
CHICAGO 31, Kansas City 28
SAN DIEGO 27, Cleveland 24 (OT)
MIAMI 35, Pittsburgh 24
Washington 27, BUFFALO 7
Indianapolis 19, NY JETS 14
DENVER 34, Detroit 0
Houston 31, CINCINNATI 29
SEATTLE 28, Minnesota 17
New Orleans 38, ATLANTA 0
San Francisco 31, LA RAMS 10
Philadelphia 28, ST. LOUIS 23
NEW ENGLAND 26, LA Raiders 23
MONDAY NOVEMBER 2
DALLAS 33, NY Giants 24
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     6  1 0 177 108 Indianapolis   4  3 0 140 103
Dallas         4  3 0 168 158 New England    4  3 0 139 151
Philadelphia   3  4 0 151 186 Buffalo        3  4 0 122 183
St. Louis      2  5 0 151 180 NY Jets        3  4 0 165 163
NY Giants      1  6 0 123 175 Miami          3  4 0 203 157
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        6  1 0 191 105 Houston        5  2 0 180 153
Tampa Bay      4  3 0 164 128 Pittsburgh     4  3 0 157 156
GREEN BAY      3  3 1 123 138 Cleveland      4  3 0 173 107
Minnesota      3  4 0 139 160 Cincinnati     2  5 0 124 156
Detroit        1  6 0 119 213 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      6  1 0 160 128
San Francisco  6  1 0 199 154 Seattle        5  2 0 194 135
New Orleans    4  3 0 180 123 Denver         4  2 1 184 149
Atlanta        2  5 0 117 216 LA Raiders     3  4 0 149 138
LA Rams        1  6 0 120 184 Kansas City    1  6 0 117 232
WEEK EIGHT
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Houston 20
Miami 20, CINCINNATI 14
CLEVELAND 38, Atlanta 3
BUFFALO 21, Denver 14
NY GIANTS 17, New England 10
Pittsburgh 17, KANSAS CITY 16
San Diego 16, INDIANAPOLIS 13
MINNESOTA 31, LA Raiders 20
New Orleans 31, LA RAMS 14
Chicago 26, GREEN BAY 24
PHILADELPHIA 31, Washington 27
ST. LOUIS 31, Tampa Bay 28
DETROIT 27, Dallas 17
FRANCHISES : Chicago Bruisers, Denver Dynamite, Pittsburgh Gladiators, Washington Commandos
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY JUNE 19
PITTSBURGH 48, Washington 46 (12,117) - Pittsburgh QB Mike Hohensee completed 25 of 39 passes for 364 yards and three TDs in the first Arena game. The first play was a 42-yard TD from Hohensee to Russell Hairston
SATURDAY JUNE 20
Denver 52, CHICAGO 44 (OT) (10,103) - Denver QB Stuart Mitchell threw for 6 TDs including a 39-yarder to Durell Taylor in OT that helped cap the Dynamite's win. Mitchell completed 21 of 42 passes for 298 yards
Denver         1  0 0  52  44 Chicago        0  1 0  44  52
Pittsburgh     1  0 0  48  46 Washington     0  1 0  46  48
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY JUNE 26
Pittsburgh 60, CHICAGO 23 (7,153) - Mike Hohensee threw a 6-yard TD to Creig Federico on the game's first possession and the Gladiators reeled off 17 straight points for a 24-7 first-quarter lead
SATURDAY JUNE 27
WASHINGTON 36, Denver 20 (13,587) - Rich Ingold continued his assault on enemy secondaries. Ingold, who came off the bench a week ago, completed 17 of 28 passes for 195 yards and three TDs
Pittsburgh     2  0 0 108  69 Washington     1  1 0  82  68
Denver         1  1 0  72  80 Chicago        0  2 0  67 112
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JULY 2
PITTSBURGH 49, Chicago 14 (11,807) - QB Brendan Folmar threw for five TDs and WR/DB Russell Hairston scored three times, returning an interception 49 yards on the final play of the game for the Gladiators
FRIDAY JULY 3                               
DENVER 73, Washington 57 (10,191) - 
Pittsburgh     3  0 0 157  83 Washington     1  2 0 139 141
Denver         2  1 0  45 137 Chicago        0  3 0  81 161
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY JULY 10
CHICAGO 37, Washington 36 (8,653) - Chicago's Nick Mike-Mayer drilled a 35-yard FG with 45 seconds left for the Bruisers' first win. In the fourth quarter, Washington had 2 TDs nullified by pass interference calls
SATURDAY JULY 11
Pittsburgh 49, DENVER 32 (12,634) - 
Pittsburgh     4  0 0 157 101 Chicago        1  3 0 104 197
Denver         2  2 0 104 129 Washington     1  3 0 175 178
NOTE: Detroit was awarded an expansion franchise on July 10
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY JULY 16
Chicago 64, WASHINGTON 61 (10,122) - Despite seven TD passes by Commandos' QB Rich Ingold, the Bruisers rallied, taking the lead with 10:52 left on William Stone's 2-yard run. Commando WR Dwayne Saxon had 20 catches
FRIDAY JULY 17
Denver 32, PITTSBURGH 31 (14,644) - Denver QB Whit Taylor led the Dynamite with three TD passes, two of them 
MONDAY NOVEMBER 9
NY JETS 30, Seattle 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     6  2 0 204 139 Indianapolis   4  4 0 153 119
Dallas         4  4 0 185 185 New England    4  4 0 149 168
Philadelphia   4  4 0 182 213 Buffalo        4  4 0 143 197
St. Louis      3  5 0 182 208 NY Jets        4  4 0 195 177
NY Giants      2  6 0 140 185 Miami          4  4 0 223 171
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        7  1 0 217 129 Houston        5  3 0 200 180
Tampa Bay      4  4 0 192 159 Pittsburgh     5  3 0 174 172
Minnesota      4  4 0 170 180 Cleveland      5  3 0 211 110
GREEN BAY      3  4 1 147 164 Cincinnati     2  6 0 138 176
Detroit        2  6 0 146 230 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      7  1 0 176 141
San Francisco  7  1 0 226 174 Seattle        5  3 0 208 165
New Orleans    5  3 0 211 137 Denver         4  3 1 198 170
Atlanta        2  6 0 120 254 LA Raiders     3  5 0 169 169
LA Rams        1  7 0 134 215 Kansas City    1  7 0 133 249
WEEK NINE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15
Cincinnati 16, ATLANTA 10
Houston 23, PITTSBURGH 3
WASHINGTON 20, Detroit 13
CLEVELAND 27, Buffalo 21
New Orleans 26, SAN FRANCISCO 24
SEATTLE 24, Green Bay 13
NY Jets 16, KANSAS CITY 9
NY Giants 20, PHILADELPHIA 17
Indianapolis 40, MIAMI 21
SAN DIEGO 16, LA Raiders 14
LA Rams 27, ST. LOUIS 24
Dallas 23, NEW ENGLAND 17 (OT)
MINNESOTA 23, Tampa Bay 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 16
DENVER 31, Chicago 29
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  2 0 224 152 Indianapolis   5  4 0 193 140
Dallas         5  4 0 208 202 NY Jets        5  4 0 211 186
Philadelphia   4  5 0 199 233 Buffalo        4  5 0 164 224
St. Louis      3  6 0 206 235 New England    4  5 0 166 191
NY Giants      3  6 0 160 202 Miami          4  5 0 244 211
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        7  2 0 246 160 Houston        6  3 0 223 183
Minnesota      5  4 0 193 197 Cleveland      6  3 0 238 131
Tampa Bay      4  5 0 209 182 Pittsburgh     5  4 0 177 195
GREEN BAY      3  5 1 160 188 Cincinnati     3  6 0 154 186
Detroit        2  7 0 159 250 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      8  1 0 192 155
San Francisco  7  2 0 250 200 Seattle        6  3 0 232 178
New Orleans    6  3 0 237 161 Denver         5  3 1 229 199
Atlanta        2  7 0 130 270 LA Raiders     3  6 0 183 185
LA Rams        2  7 0 161 239 Kansas City    1  8 0 142 265
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22
CHICAGO 30, Detroit 10
MINNESOTA 24, Atlanta 13
Miami 20, DALLAS 14
Green Bay 23, KANSAS CITY 3
Buffalo 17, NY JETS 14
Pittsburgh 30, CINCINNATI 16
NEW ENGLAND 24, Indianapolis 0
SEATTLE 34, San Diego 3
Denver 23, LA RAIDERS 17
NEW ORLEANS 23, NY Giants 14
Cleveland 40, HOUSTON 7
San Francisco 24, TAMPA BAY 10
St. Louis 31, PHILADELPHIA 19
MONDAY NOVEMBER 23
LA Rams 30, WASHINGTON 26
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  3 0 250 182 Indianapolis   5  5 0 193 164
Dallas         5  5 0 222 222 NY Jets        5  5 0 225 203
Philadelphia   4  6 0 218 264 Buffalo        5  5 0 181 238
St. Louis      4  6 0 237 254 New England    5  5 0 190 191
NY Giants      3  7 0 174 225 Miami          5  5 0 264 225
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        8  2 0 276 170 Cleveland      7  3 0 278 138
Minnesota      6  4 0 217 210 Houston        6  4 0 230 223
GREEN BAY      4  5 1 183 191 Pittsburgh     6  4 0 207 211
Tampa Bay      4  6 0 219 206 Cincinnati     3  7 0 170 216
Detroit        2  8 0 169 280 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      8  2 0 195 189
San Francisco  8  2 0 274 210 Seattle        7  3 0 266 181
New Orleans    7  3 0 260 175 Denver         6  3 1 252 216
LA Rams        3  7 0 191 265 LA Raiders     3  7 0 200 208
Atlanta        2  8 0 143 294 Kansas City    1  9 0 145 288
WEEK ELEVEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26
Minnesota 44, DALLAS 38 (OT)
Kansas City 27, DETROIT 20
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29
BUFFALO 27, Miami 0
St. Louis 34, ATLANTA 21
N.Orleans 20, PITTSBURGH 16
NY JETS 27, Cincinnati 20
LA RAMS 35, Tampa Bay 3
Denver 31, SAN DIEGO 17
CHICAGO 23, Green Bay 10
WASHINGTON 23, NY Giants 19
INDIANAPOLIS 51, Houston 27
SAN FRANCISCO 38, Cleveland 24
Philadel 34, NEW ENG 31 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 30
LA Raiders 37, SEATTLE 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     8  3 0 273 201 Indianapolis   6  5 0 244 191
Dallas         5  6 0 260 266 NY Jets        6  5 0 252 223
Philadelphia   5  6 0 252 295 Buffalo        6  5 0 208 238
St. Louis      5  6 0 271 275 New England    5  6 0 221 225
NY Giants      3  8 0 193 248 Miami          5  6 0 264 252
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        9  2 0 299 180 Cleveland      7  4 0 302 176
Minnesota      7  4 0 261 248 Houston        6  5 0 257 274
GREEN BAY      4  6 1 193 214 Pittsburgh     6  5 0 223 231
Tampa Bay      4  7 0 222 241 Cincinnati     3  8 0 190 243
Detroit        2  9 0 189 307 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      8  3 0 212 220
San Francisco  9  2 0 312 234 Denver         7  3 1 283 233
New Orleans    8  3 0 280 191 Seattle        7  4 0 280 218
LA Rams        4  7 0 226 268 LA Raiders     4  7 0 237 222
Atlanta        2  9 0 164 328 Kansas City    2  9 0 172 308
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY DECEMBER 6
San Fran 23, GREEN BAY 12
NY GIANTS 23, Philadelphia 20 (OT)
Chicago 30, MINNESOTA 24
Atlanta 21, DALLAS 10
CINCINNATI 30, Kansas City 27 (OT)
DENVER 31, New England 20
LA Rams 37, DETROIT 16
PITTSBURGH 13, Seattle 9
NEW ORLEANS 44, Tampa Bay 34
LA RAIDERS 34, Buffalo 21
HOUSTON 33, San Diego 18
Indianapolis 9, CLEVELAND 7
Washington 34, ST. LOUIS 17
MONDAY DECEMBER 7
MIAMI 37, NY Jets 28
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington   9  3 0 307 218 Indianapolis   7  5 0 253 198
Dallas         5  7 0 270 287 NY Jets        6  6 0 280 260
Philadelphia   5  7 0 272 318 Buffalo        6  6 0 229 272
St. Louis      5  7 0 288 309 Miami          6  6 0 301 280
NY Giants      4  8 0 216 268 New England    5  7 0 241 256
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     10  2 0 329 204 Cleveland      7  5 0 309 185
Minnesota      7  5 0 285 278 Houston        7  5 0 290 292
GREEN BAY      4  7 1 205 237 Pittsburgh     7  5 0 236 240
Tampa Bay      4  8 0 256 285 Cincinnati     4  8 0 220 270
Detroit        2 10 0 205 344 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         8  3 1 314 253
Y-San Francis 10  2 0 335 246 San Diego      8  4 0 230 253
Y-New Orleans  9  3 0 324 225 Seattle        7  5 0 289 231
LA Rams        5  7 0 263 284 LA Raiders     5  7 0 271 243
Atlanta        3  9 0 185 338 Kansas City    2 10 0 199 338
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 13
Green Bay 16, Minnesota 10 at Milwaukee
LA RAMS 33, Atlanta 0
NEW ORLEANS 24, Houston 10
Detroit 20, TAMPA BAY 10
WASHINGTON 24, Dallas 20
Buffalo 27, INDIANAPOLIS 3
ST. LOUIS 27, NY Giants 24
CLEVELAND 38, Cincinnati 24
SEATTLE 28, Denver 21
Miami 28, PHILADELPHIA 10
NEW ENGLAND 42, NY Jets 20
KANSAS CITY 16, LA Raiders 10
Pittsburgh 20, SAN DIEGO 16
MONDAY DECEMBER 14
SAN FRANCISCO 41, Chicago 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  10  3 0 331 238 Indianapolis   7  6 0 256 225
St. Louis      6  7 0 315 333 Miami          7  6 0 329 290
Philadelphia   5  8 0 282 346 Buffalo        7  6 0 256 275
Dallas         5  8 0 290 311 NY Jets        6  7 0 300 302
NY Giants      4  9 0 240 295 New England    6  7 0 283 276
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     10  3 0 329 245 Cleveland      8  5 0 347 209
Minnesota      7  6 0 295 294 Pittsburgh     8  5 0 256 256
GREEN BAY      5  7 1 221 247 Houston        7  6 0 300 316
Tampa Bay      4  9 0 266 305 Cincinnati     4  9 0 244 308
Detroit        3 10 0 225 354 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         8  4 1 335 281
Y-San Francis 11  2 0 376 246 Seattle        8  5 0 317 252
Y-New Orleans 10  3 0 348 235 San Diego      8  5 0 246 273
LA Rams        6  7 0 296 284 LA Raiders     5  8 0 281 259
Atlanta        3 10 0 185 371 Kansas City    3 10 0 215 348
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 19
DENVER 20, Kansas City 17
NY GIANTS 20, Green Bay 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 20
Cleveland 24, LA RAIDERS 17
Indianapolis 20, SAN DIEGO 7
New England 13, BUFFALO 7
St. Louis 31, TAMPA BAY 14
Seattle 34, CHICAGO 21
Minnesota 17, DETROIT 14
New Orleans 31, CINCINNATI 24
SAN FRANCISCO 35, Atlanta 7
HOUSTON 24, Pittsburgh 16
Philadelphia 38, NY JETS 27
MIAMI 23, Washington 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 21
Dallas 29, LA RAMS 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  10  4 0 352 261 Indianapolis   8  6 0 276 232
St. Louis      7  7 0 346 347 Miami          8  6 0 352 311
Philadelphia   6  8 0 320 373 Buffalo        7  7 0 263 288
Dallas         6  8 0 319 332 New England    7  7 0 296 283
NY Giants      5  9 0 260 305 NY Jets        6  8 0 327 340
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     10  4 0 350 279 Cleveland      9  5 0 371 226
Minnesota      8  6 0 312 308 Pittsburgh     8  6 0 272 280
GREEN BAY      5  8 1 231 267 Houston        8  6 0 324 332
Tampa Bay      4 10 0 280 336 Cincinnati     4 10 0 268 339
Detroit        3 11 0 239 371 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Y-Denver       9  4 1 355 298
Y-San Francis 12  2 0 411 253 Seattle        9  5 0 351 273
Y-New Orleans 11  3 0 379 259 San Diego      8  6 0 253 293
LA Rams        6  8 0 317 313 LA Raiders     5  9 0 298 283
Atlanta        3 11 0 192 406 Kansas City    3 11 0 232 368
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 26
Washington 27, MINNESOTA 24 (OT)
Cleveland 19, PITTSBURGH 13
SUNDAY DECEMBER 27
NEW ORLEANS 33, Green Bay 24
DALLAS 21, St. Louis 16
Chicago 6, LA RAIDERS 3
PHILADELPHIA 17, Buffalo 7
INDIANAPOLIS 24, Tampa Bay 6
DENVER 24, San Diego 0
SAN FRANCISCO 48, LA Rams 0
NY GIANTS 20, NY Jets 7
Detroit 30, ATLANTA 13
HOUSTON 21, Cincinnati 17
KANSAS CITY 41, Seattle 20
MONDAY DECEMBER 28
New England 24, MIAMI 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  11  4 0 379 285 X-Indianapolis 9  6 0 300 238
Dallas         7  8 0 340 348 Miami          8  7 0 362 335
Philadelphia   7  8 0 337 380 New England    8  7 0 320 293
St. Louis      7  8 0 362 368 Buffalo        7  8 0 270 305
NY Giants      6  9 0 280 312 NY Jets        6  9 0 334 360
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     11  4 0 356 282 X-Cleveland   10  5 0 390 239
Y-Minnesota    8  7 0 336 335 Y-Houston      9  6 0 345 349
GREEN BAY      5  9 1 255 300 Pittsburgh     8  7 0 285 299
Detroit        4 11 0 269 384 Cincinnati     4 11 0 285 370
Tampa Bay      4 11 0 286 360 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-Denver      10  4 1 379 288
Y-San Francis 13  2 0 459 253 Y-Seattle      9  6 0 371 314
Y-New Orleans 12  3 0 422 283 San Diego      8  7 0 253 317
LA Rams        6  9 0 317 361 LA Raiders     5 10 0 301 289
Atlanta        3 12 0 205 436 Kansas City    4 11 0 273 388
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wild Card
1987 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 3) - HOUSTON (9-6) 23, Seattle (9-6) 20 (OT)
Divisional (January 9) - CLEVELAND (10-5) 38, Indianapolis (9-6) 21 
Divisional (January 10) - DENVER (10-4-1) 34, Houston (10-6) 10
Conference (January 17) - DENVER (11-4-1) 38, Cleveland (11-5) 33


















NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 3) - Minnesota (8-7) 44, NEW ORLEANS (12-3) 10
Divisional (January 9) - Minnesota (9-7) 36, SAN FRANCISCO (13-2) 24
Divisional (January 10) - Washington (11-4) 21, CHICAGO (11-4) 17
Conference (January 17) - WASHINGTON (12-4) 17, Minnesota (10-7) 10
SUPER BOWL 22 (January 31, 1988 at San Diego)
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (13-4) 42, DENVER BRONCOS (12-4-1) 10 - NFC champion Washington won Super Bowl XXII and its second NFL championship of the 1980s with a 42-10 decision over AFC champion Denver. The Redskins, who also won Super Bowl XVII, enjoyed a record-setting second quarter en route to the victory. The Broncos broke in front 10-0 when quarterback John Elway threw a 56-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ricky Nattiel on the Broncos' first play from scrimmage. Following a Washington punt, Denver's Rich Karlis kicked a 24-yard field goal to cap a seven-play, 61-yard scoring drive. The Redskins then erupted for 35 points on five straight possessions in the second period and coasted thereafter. The 35 points established an NFL postseason mark for most points in a period. Redskins quarterback Doug Williams led the second-period explosion by passing for a Super Bowl record-tying four touchdowns, including 80- and 50-yard passes to wide receiver Ricky Sanders, a 27-yard toss to wide receiver Gary Clark, and an 8-yard pass to tight end Clint Didier. Washington scored five touchdowns in 18 plays with total time of possession of only 5:47. Overall, Williams completed 18 of 29 passes for 340 yards and was named the game's most valuable player. His pass-yardage total eclipsed the Super Bowl record of 331 yards by Joe Montana of San Francisco in Super Bowl XIX.  Sanders ended with 193 yards on nine catches, breaking the previous Super Bowl yardage record of 161 yards by Lynn Swann of Pittsburgh in Game X. Rookie running back Timmy Smith was the game's leading rusher with 22 carries for a Super Bowl-record 204 yards, breaking the previous mark of 191 yards by Marcus Allen of the Raiders in Game XVIII. Smith also scored twice on runs of 58 and 4 yards.  Washington's six touchdowns and 602 total yards gained also set Super Bowl records. Redskins cornerback Barry Wilburn had two of the team's three interceptions, and strong safety Alvin Walton had two of Washington's five sacks.
o Gary Mullen. Pittsburgh scored three TDs in the final quarter but failed on a two-point conversion with 29 seconds
Pittsburgh     4  1 0 188 133 Chicago        2  3 0 168 258
Denver         3  2 0 136 160 Washington     1  4 0 236 242
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY JULY 23
WASHINGTON 52, Pittsburgh 31 (10,866) - Washington QB Rich Ingold completed 31 of 39 passes for 338 yards and six TDs to lead the Commandos. Ingold added two rushing TDs late to ice the win
FRIDAY JULY 24
DENVER 52, Chicago 35 (13,232) - Dynamite QB Whit Taylor threw for four TDs, while Richard Prather ran for two  TDs. The Dynamite failed at the gate, drawing only 13,470 fans, and lost the Arena Bowl home-field advantage
Pittsburgh     4  2 0 219 185 Chicago        2  4 0 203 310
Denver         4  2 0 188 195 Washington     2  4 0 288 273
ARENA BOWL I (August 1 at Pittsburgh - 13,232)
DENVER DYNAMITE (4-2) 45, PITTSBURGH GLADIATORS (4-2) 16 - The Dynamite got off to an early start with a fumble recovery for a touchdown by OL/DL Phil Forte, along with a two-yard touchdown run by FB/LB Richard Prather (with a failed two-point conversion) in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Denver's domination continued with Quarterback Whit Taylor completing a 26-yard touchdown pass to WR/DB Gary Mullen (with another failed two-point conversion) for the only score of the period. In the third quarter, the Dynamite continued their destruction with Taylor completing a 32-yard touchdown pass to WR/LB Richard Rodgers, along with WR/DB Steve Trimble returning an interception 47 yards for a touchdown. In the fourth quarter, the Gladiators finally managed to score as Quarterback Mike Hohensee completed an 11-yard touchdown pass to WR/LB Russell Hairston (with a successful two-point conversion). Denver would wrap up the game with Taylor and Mullen hooking up with each other on a five-yard touchdown pass and even a 19-yard touchdown pass (failed PAT). Pittsburgh's final strike came from Quarterback Brendan Folmar to WR/DB Rodney Richmond.
Pittsburgh (4-2)
Denver (4-2)
Washington (2-4)
Chicago (2-4)
AMERICAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION - Dixon first floated an idea for his new league in early 1987, raising the idea of drafting high school players who were ineligible because of tougher academic requirements by the NCAA. After the Fox Network was launched in 1987, Dixon proposed the "American Football Federation", which would have 10 teams and draft academically ineligible high school graduates. Dixon submitted a proposal to Fox President Jamie Kellner under which Fox would pay $10 million to televise 20 regular-season games in prime time from late February to the end of June. The franchises would be in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas, Houston, Tampa, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area and either Orlando or Miami. Unbelievably, Dixon was still not done.
NORTH AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - Following the collapse of the USFL, former Oakland Athletics owner Charles Finley proposed a plan to merge the Canadian Football League with teams from the dormant United States Football League. Spokesmen for Turner Broadcasting System and Fox Television said Finley has approached them about the proposal, which remains in a formative stage. The plan grew out of an idea several owners in the USFL had to merge the remnants of their league with the CFL. Finley named Birmingham, New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Memphis, Phoenix, Jacksonville and Dallas-Fort Worth as potential candidates for the U.S. franchises.
Minnesota Vikings (8-7)
Head Coach: Jerry Burns
Green Bay Packers (5-9-1)
Head Coach: Forrest Gregg
Pittsburgh Steelers (8-7)
Head Coach: Chuck Noll
Houston Oilers (9-6)
Head Coach: Jerry Glanville
Detroit Lions (4-11)
Head Coach: Darryl Rogers
San Francisco 49ers (13-2)
Head Coach: Bill Walsh
Cincinnati Bengals (4-11)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
New Orleans Saints (12-3)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Los Angeles Rams (7-8)
Head Coach: John Robinson
Atlanta Falcons (3-12)
Head Coach: Marion Campbell
Denver Broncos (10-4-1)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Seattle Seahawks (9-6)
Head Coach: Chuck Knox
San Diego Chargers (8-7)
Head Coach: Al Saunders
Los Angeles Raiders (5-10)
Head Coach: Tom Flores
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11)
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Kansas City Chiefs (4-11)
Head Coach: Frank Gansz










Washington Redskins (11-4)
Head Coach: Joe Gibbs
Indianapolis Colts (9-6)
Head Coach: Ron Meyer
Dallas Cowboys (7-8)
Head Coach: Tom Landry
New England Patriots (8-7)
Head Coach: Raymond Berry
St. Louis Cardinals (7-8)
Head Coach: Gene Stallings
Philadelphia Eagles (7-8)
Head Coach: Buddy Ryan
Miami Dolphins (8-7)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Buffalo Bills (7-8)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
Cleveland Browns (10-5)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
New York Giants (6-9)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
New York Jets (6-9)
Head Coach: Joe Walton
Chicago Bears (11-4)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka