TEAMS ADDED : Los Angeles Cobras, New York Knights, New England Steamrollers, Detroit Drive TEAMS SUPENDING PLAY FOR ONE SEASON : Denver Dynamite and Washington Commandos
WEEK ONE
THURSDAY APRIL 28
Pittsburgh 57, DETROIT 51 (16,752) - Mike Hohensee threw for nine TDs as the Gladiators opened the season in front of a league record crowd at Joe Louis Stadium. Hohensee was one short of the league record for TD passes
FRIDAY APRIL 29                         
Chicago 60, NEW ENGLAND 35 (8,374) - Ben Bennett threw 8 TD passes and wound up with 319 yards to give the Bruisers the victory. On defense, the Bruisers got a pair of key interceptions from Durwood Roquemore
SATURDAY APRIL 30
New York 60, LOS ANGELES 52 (10,157)
Chicago        1  0 0  60  35 Detroit        0  1 0  51  57
New York       1  0 0  60  52 Los Angeles    0  1 0  52  60
Pittsburgh     1  0 0  57  51 New England    0  1 0  35  60
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY MAY 6
CHICAGO 46, Los Angeles 35 (8,123) - Chicago broke it open in the third
quarter on scoring passes to Carl Aikens and Clyde Skipper. Ben Bennett wound up with 288 yards and 5 TDs, but his first 3 interceptions of the year
SATURDAY MAY 7
PITTSBURGH 82, New England 26 (8,212) - Mike Hohensee threw four TD passes and Brendan Folmar threw for three scores as the Gladiators scored three times in the first 1:12 and coasted
MONDAY MAY 9
Detroit 54, NEW YORK 48 (13,667) - Rich Ingold threw seven TD passes to lead the Detroit Drive to their first AFL win
Chicago        2  0 0 106  70 New York       1  1 0 108 106
Pittsburgh     2  0 0 139  77 Los Angeles    0  2 0  87 106
Detroit        1  1 0 105 105 New England    0  2 0  61 142
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY MAY 13
Detroit 29, NEW ENGLAND 24 (5842)
SATURDAY MAY 14
PITTSBURGH 61, Los Angeles 43 (10137) - Rusty Fricke, who hit just one of seven extra points in the opener, was 7-for-8 on PATs and nailed two field goals, one a Gladiator-record 40 yards
CHICAGO 30, New York 7 (5427) - The Bruisers set a league mark for fewest points allowed in a game. A New York touchdown with 1:50 left in the game finally halted any thoughts about a whitewash
Chicago        3  0 0 136  77 New York       1  2 0 115 136
Pittsburgh     3  0 0 200 120 Los Angeles    0  3 0 130 167
Detroit        2  1 0 134 129 New England    0  3 0  85 171
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY MAY 19
Chicago 35, DETROIT 29 (15782) - The Bruisers held a 35-15 lead until
the final minute, when Detroit scored a pair of TDs to tighten the final score. Billy Stone set a league record by rushing for 3 TDs to lead Chicago
SATURDAY MAY 21
NEW ENGLAND 24, New York 13 (6812) - 
LOS ANGELES 66, Pittsburgh 32 (6236) - Matt Stevens threw nine TD
passes, four to Gary Mullen, as the Cobras romped and handed Pittsburgh their first loss
Chicago        4  0 0 171 106 Los Angeles    1  3 0 196 199
Pittsburgh     3  1 0 232 186 New England    1  3 0 109 184
Detroit        2  2 0 163 164 New York       1  3 0 128 160
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY MAY 26
LOS ANGELES 27, New England 20 (5278) - QB Matt Stevens passed for three TDs and ran for a fourth to lead the Cobras out of  the league cellar with their second straight win
FRIDAY MAY 27
CHICAGO 36, Detroit 31 (7825) - Daryl Hart's interception with 21 seconds left sealed a controversial win for the undefeated Bruisers. The play came moments after an apparent game-winning Drive touchdown was called back
PITTSBURGH 46, New York 36 (7577) - The Knights led 16-2, before the Gladiators rallied thanks to Russell Hairston, who scored three TDs on passes from Mike Hohensee
Chicago        5  0 0 207 137 Los Angeles    2  3 0 223 219
Pittsburgh     4  1 0 278 222 New England    1  4 0 129 211
Detroit        2  3 0 194 200 New York       1  4 0 164 206
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY JUNE 2
DETROIT 30, Pittsburgh 25 (11046) - QB Rich Ingold completed 14 of 28 passes for 156 yards and three TDs to
lead the Drive, as they scored on their first two possessions. The Drive went on to a 30-3 halftime lead
FRIDAY JUNE 3
Chicago 30, NEW ENGLAND 21 (5112) - Chicago's Carl Aikens had 3 TDs an 97 yards on 4 catches. Ben Bennett
TEAMS MOVING IN 1988 : St. Louis Cardinals to Phoenix Cardinals
WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
CINCINNATI 31, Phoenix 14
DETROIT 31, Atlanta 17
Cleveland 6, KANSAS CITY 3
CHICAGO 34, Miami 7
LA Rams 34, GREEN BAY 7
Seattle 21, DENVER 14
Philadelphia 41, TAMPA BAY 14
BUFFALO 13, Minnesota 10
NEW ENGLAND 28, NY Jets 3
Houston 17, INDIANAPOLIS 14 (OT)
San Fran 34, NEW ORLEANS 33
PITTSBURGH 24, Dallas 21
LA RAIDERS 24, San Diego 13
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5
NY GIANTS 27, Washington 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      1  0 0  27  20 New England    1  0 0  28   3
Philadelphia   1  0 0  41  14 Buffalo        1  0 0  13  10
Phoenix        0  1 0  14  31 Miami          0  1 0   7  34
Washington     0  1 0  20  27 NY Jets        0  1 0   3  28
Dallas         0  1 0  21  24 Indianapolis   0  1 0  14  17
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        1  0 0  34   7 Houston        1  0 0  17  14
Detroit        1  0 0  31  17 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  24  21
Tampa Bay      0  1 0  14  41 Cincinnati     1  0 0  31  14
GREEN BAY      0  1 0   7  34 Cleveland      1  0 0   6   3
Minnesota      0  1 0  10  13 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        1  0 0  21  14
San Francisco  1  0 0  34  33 LA Raiders     1  0 0  24  13
LA Rams        1  0 0  34   7 Kansas City    0  1 0   3   6
New Orleans    0  1 0  33  34 San Diego      0  1 0  13  24
Atlanta        0  1 0  17  31 Denver         0  1 0  14  21
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Chicago 17, INDIANAPOLIS 13
MINNESOTA 36, New England 6
WASHINGTON 30, Pittsburgh 29
SEATTLE 31, Kansas City 10
Cincinnati 28, PHILADELPHIA 24
BUFFALO 9, Miami 6
New Orleans 29, ATLANTA 21
Tampa Bay 13, GREEN BAY 10
DENVER 34, San Diego 3
HOUSTON 38, LA Raiders 35
San Francisco 20, NY GIANTS 17
NY Jets 23, CLEVELAND 3
LA RAMS 17, Detroit 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12
Dallas 17, PHOENIX 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      1  1 0  44  40 Buffalo        2  0 0  22  16
Philadelphia   1  1 0  65  42 New England    1  1 0  34  39
Dallas         1  1 0  38  38 NY Jets        1  1 0  26  31
Washington     1  1 0  50  56 Miami          0  2 0  13  43
Phoenix        0  2 0  28  48 Indianapolis   0  2 0  27  44
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        2  0 0  51  20 Houston        2  0 0  55  49
Detroit        1  1 0  41  34 Cincinnati     2  0 0  59  38
Tampa Bay      1  1 0  27  51 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  53  51
Minnesota      1  1 0  46  19 Cleveland      1  1 0   9  26
GREEN BAY      0  2 0  17  47 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        2  0 0  52  24
San Francisco  2  0 0  54  50 LA Raiders     1  1 0  59  51
LA Rams        2  0 0  51  17 Denver         1  1 0  48  24
New Orleans    1  1 0  62  55 San Diego      0  2 0  16  58
Atlanta        0  2 0  38  60 Kansas City    0  2 0  13  37
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Atlanta 34, SAN FRANCISCO 17
NY JETS 45, Houston 3
KANSAS CITY 20, Denver 13
New Orleans 22, DETROIT 14
MIAMI 24, Green Bay 17
LA Rams 22, LA RAIDERS 17
Buffalo 16, NEW ENGLAND 14
NY Giants 12, DALLAS 10
Cincinnati 17, PITTSBURGH 12
SAN DIEGO 17, Seattle 6
Minnesota 31, CHICAGO 7
WASHINGTON 17, Philadelphia 10
Phoenix 30, TAMPA BAY 24
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19
CLEVELAND 23, Indianapolis 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      2  1 0  56  50 Buffalo        3  0 0  38  30
Washington     2  1 0  55  48 NY Jets        2  1 0  71  34
Dallas         1  2 0  48  50 New England    1  2 0  48  55
Philadelphia   1  2 0  75  59 Miami          1  2 0  37  60
Phoenix        1  2 0  58  72 Indianapolis   0  3 0  44  67
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        2  1 0  58  51 Cincinnati     3  0 0  76  50
Minnesota      2  1 0  77  26 Houston        2  1 0  58  94
Tampa Bay      1  2 0  51  81 Cleveland      2  1 0  32  43
Detroit        1  2 0  55  56 Pittsburgh     1  2 0  65  68
GREEN BAY      0  3 0  34  71 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        2  1 0  58  41
LA Rams        3  0 0  73  34 LA Raiders     1  2 0  76  73
San Francisco  2  1 0  71  84 Denver         1  2 0  61  44
New Orleans    2  1 0  84  69 San Diego      1  2 0  33  64
Atlanta        1  2 0  72  77 Kansas City    1  2 0  33  50
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
DALLAS 26, Atlanta 20
NY Jets 17, DETROIT 10
LA Rams 45, NY GIANTS 31
INDIANAPOLIS 15, Miami 13
Chicago 24, GREEN BAY 6
HOUSTON 31, New England 6
San Diego 24, KANSAS CITY 23
PHOENIX 30, Washington 21
MINNESOTA 23, Philadelphia 21
BUFFALO 36, Pittsburgh 28
NEW ORLEANS 13, Tampa Bay 9
CINCINNATI 24, Cleveland 17
San Francisco 38, SEATTLE 7
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26
LA Raiders 30, DENVER 27 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      2  2 0  87  95 Buffalo        4  0 0  74  58
Washington     2  2 0  76  78 NY Jets        3  1 0  88  44
Dallas         2  2 0  74  70 New England    1  3 0  54  86
Phoenix        2  2 0  88  93 Miami          1  3 0  50  75
Philadelphia   1  3 0  96  82 Indianapolis   1  3 0  59  80
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        3  1 0  82  57 Cincinnati     4  0 0 110  67
Minnesota      3  1 0 100  47 Houston        3  1 0  89 100
Tampa Bay      1  3 0  60  94 Cleveland      2  2 0  49  67
Detroit        1  3 0  65  73 Pittsburgh     1  3 0  93 104
GREEN BAY      0  4 0  40  95 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        2  2 0  65  79
LA Rams        4  0 0 118  65 LA Raiders     2  2 0 106 100
San Francisco  3  1 0 109  91 San Diego      2  2 0  57  87
New Orleans    3  1 0  97  78 Denver         1  3 0  88  74
Atlanta        1  3 0  92 103 Kansas City    1  3 0  56  74
WEEK FIVE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
NY JETS 17, Kansas City 17 (T)
CHICAGO 24, Buffalo 3
Cincinnati 45, LA RAIDERS 21
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Detroit 13
TAMPA BAY 27, Green Bay 24
NEW ENGLAND 21, Indianapolis 17
Cleveland 23, PITTSBURGH 9
Denver 12, SAN DIEGO 0
NY Giants 24, WASHINGTON 23
PHILADELPHIA 32, Houston 23
Phoenix 41, LA RAMS 27
MIAMI 24, Minnesota 7
Seattle 31, ATLANTA 20
MONDAY OCTOBER 3
NEW ORLEANS 20, Dallas 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      3  2 0 111 118 Buffalo        4  1 0  77  82
Phoenix        3  2 0 129 120 NY Jets        3  1 1 105  61
Dallas         2  3 0  91  90 New England    2  3 0  75 103
Washington     2  3 0  99 102 Miami          2  3 0  74  82
Philadelphia   2  3 0 128 105 Indianapolis   1  4 0  76 101
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        4  1 0 106  60 Cincinnati     5  0 0 155  88
Minnesota      3  2 0 107  71 Houston        3  2 0 112 132
Tampa Bay      2  3 0  87 118 Cleveland      3  2 0  72  76
Detroit        1  4 0  78  93 Pittsburgh     1  4 0 102 127
GREEN BAY      0  5 0  64 122 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        3  2 0  96  99
LA Rams        4  1 0 145 106 LA Raiders     2  3 0 127 145
San Francisco  4  1 0 129 104 San Diego      2  3 0  57  99
New Orleans    4  1 0 117  95 Denver         2  3 0 100  74
Atlanta        1  4 0 112 134 Kansas City    1  3 1  73  91
WEEK SIX
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9
Green Bay 45, New England 3 at Milwaukee
Denver 16, SAN FRANCISCO 13 (OT)
Chicago 24, DETROIT 7
Washington 35, DALLAS 17
Miami 24, LA RAIDERS 14
HOUSTON 7, Kansas City 6
PHOENIX 31, Pittsburgh 14
New Orleans 23, SAN DIEGO 17
LA Rams 33, ATLANTA 0
Seattle 16, CLEVELAND 10
BUFFALO 34, Indianapolis 23
MINNESOTA 14, Tampa Bay 13
CINCINNATI 36, NY Jets 19
MONDAY OCTOBER 10
PHILADELPHIA 24, NY Giants 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Phoenix        4  2 0 160 134 Buffalo        5  1 0 111 105
NY Giants      3  3 0 124 142 NY Jets        3  2 1 124  97
Philadelphia   3  3 0 152 118 Miami          3  3 0  98  96
Washington     3  3 0 134 119 New England    2  4 0  78 148
Dallas         2  4 0 108 125 Indianapolis   1  5 0  99 135
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        5  1 0 130  67 Cincinnati     6  0 0 191 107
Minnesota      4  2 0 121  84 Houston        4  2 0 119 138
Tampa Bay      2  4 0 100 132 Cleveland      3  3 0  82  92
Detroit        1  5 0  85 117 Pittsburgh     1  5 0 116 158
GREEN BAY      1  5 0 109 125 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        4  2 0 112 109
LA Rams        5  1 0 178 106 Denver         3  3 0 116  87
New Orleans    5  1 0 140 112 San Diego      2  4 0  74 122
San Francisco  4  2 0 142 120 LA Raiders     2  4 0 141 169
Atlanta        1  5 0 112 167 Kansas City    1  4 1  79  98
WEEK SEVEN
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
WASHINGTON 33, Phoenix 17
DENVER 30, Atlanta 14
INDIANAPOLIS 35, Tampa Bay 31
Green Bay 34, MINNESOTA 14
NEW ENGLAND 27, Cincinnati 21
Houston 34, PITTSBURGH 14
MIAMI 31, San Diego 28
NY GIANTS 30, Detroit 10
New Orleans 20, SEATTLE 19
LA Raiders 27, KANSAS CITY 17
San Francisco 24, LA RAMS 21
CHICAGO 17, Dallas 7
CLEVELAND 19, Philadelphia 3
MONDAY OCTOBER 17
Buffalo 37, NY JETS 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Phoenix        4  3 0 177 167 Buffalo        6  1 0 148 119
NY Giants      4  3 0 154 152 Miami          4  3 0 129 124
Washington     4  3 0 167 136 NY Jets        3  3 1 138 134
Philadelphia   3  4 0 155 137 New England    3  4 0 105 169
Dallas         2  5 0 115 142 Indianapolis   2  5 0 134 166
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        6  1 0 147  74 Cincinnati     6  1 0 212 134
Minnesota      4  3 0 135 118 Houston        5  2 0 153 152
Tampa Bay      2  5 0 131 167 Cleveland      4  3 0 101  95
GREEN BAY      2  5 0 143 139 Pittsburgh     1  6 0 130 192
Detroit        1  6 0  95 147 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        4  3 0 131 129
New Orleans    6  1 0 160 131 Denver         4  3 0 146 101
LA Rams        5  2 0 199 130 LA Raiders     3  4 0 168 186
San Francisco  5  2 0 166 141 San Diego      2  5 0 102 153
Atlanta        1  6 0 126 197 Kansas City    1  5 1  96 125
WEEK EIGHT
SUNDAY OCTOBER 23
Washington 20, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
CINCINNATI 44, Houston 21
Cleveland 29, PHOENIX 21
NY Jets 44, MIAMI 30
Indianapolis 16, SAN DIEGO 0
PHILADELPHIA 24, Dallas 23
Detroit 7, KANSAS CITY 6
NY Giants 23, ATLANTA 16
BUFFALO 23, New England 20
Minnesota 49, TAMPA BAY 20
NEW ORLEANS 20, LA Raiders 6
LA RAMS 31, Seattle 10
PITTSBURGH 39, Denver 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 24
CHICAGO 10, San Francisco 9
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     5  3 0 187 153 Buffalo        7  1 0 171 139
NY Giants      5  3 0 177 168 NY Jets        4  3 1 182 164
Phoenix        4  4 0 198 196 Miami          4  4 0 159 168
Philadelphia   4  4 0 179 160 New England    3  5 0 125 192
Dallas         2  6 0 138 166 Indianapolis   3  5 0 150 166
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        7  1 0 157  83 Cincinnati     7  1 0 256 155
Minnesota      5  3 0 184 138 Houston        5  3 0 174 196
Tampa Bay      2  6 0 151 216 Cleveland      5  3 0 130 116
GREEN BAY      2  6 0 160 159 Pittsburgh     2  6 0 169 213
Detroit        2  6 0 102 153 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        4  4 0 141 160
New Orleans    7  1 0 180 137 Denver         4  4 0 167 140
LA Rams        6  2 0 230 140 LA Raiders     3  5 0 174 206
San Francisco  5  3 0 175 151 San Diego      2  6 0 102 169
Atlanta        1  7 0 142 220 Kansas City    1  6 1 102 132
WEEK NINE
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
LA RAIDERS 17, Kansas City 10
Miami 17, TAMPA BAY 14
NEW ENGLAND 30, Chicago 7
Atlanta 27, PHILADELPHIA 24
NY Giants 13, DETROIT 10 (OT)
Phoenix 16, DALLAS 10
SAN FRAN 24, Minnesota 21
HOUSTON 41, Washington 17
BUFFALO 28, Green Bay 0
NY JETS 24, Pittsburgh 20
CLEVELAND 23, Cincinnati 16
SEATTLE 17, San Diego 14
LA Rams 12, NEW ORLEANS 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 31
INDIANAPOLIS 55, Denver 23
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      6  3 0 190 178 Buffalo        8  1 0 199 139
Washington     5  4 0 204 195 NY Jets        5  3 1 206 184
Phoenix        5  4 0 214 206 Miami          5  4 0 176 182
Philadelphia   4  5 0 203 187 New England    4  5 0 155 199
Dallas         2  7 0 148 182 Indianapolis   4  5 0 205 189
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        7  2 0 164 113 Cincinnati     7  2 0 272 178
Minnesota      5  4 0 205 162 Houston        6  3 0 215 213
Tampa Bay      2  7 0 165 233 Cleveland      6  3 0 153 132
GREEN BAY      2  7 0 160 187 Pittsburgh     2  7 0 189 237
Detroit        2  7 0 112 166 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        5  4 0 158 174
New Orleans    7  2 0 190 149 Denver         4  5 0 190 195
LA Rams        7  2 0 242 150 LA Raiders     4  5 0 191 216
San Francisco  6  3 0 199 172 San Diego      2  7 0 116 186
Atlanta        2  7 0 169 244 Kansas City    1  7 1 112 149
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6
CINCINNATI 42, Pittsburgh 7
NEW ENGLAND 21, Miami 10
NY GIANTS 29, Dallas 21
Buffalo 13, SEATTLE 3
ATLANTA 20, Green Bay 0
DENVER 17, Kansas City 11
MINNESOTA 44, Detroit 17
LA Raiders 13, SAN DIEGO 3
WASHINGTON 27, New Orleans 24
PHILADELPHIA 30, LA Rams 24
PHOENIX 24, San Francisco 23
INDIANAPOLIS 38, NY Jets 14
CHICAGO 28, Tampa Bay 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 7
HOUSTON 24, Cleveland 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      7  3 0 219 199 Buffalo        9  1 0 212 142
Washington     6  4 0 231 219 NY Jets        5  4 1 220 222
Phoenix        6  4 0 238 229 Miami          5  5 0 186 203
Philadelphia   5  5 0 233 211 New England    5  5 0 176 209
Dallas         2  8 0 169 211 Indianapolis   5  5 0 243 203
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        8  2 0 192 123 Cincinnati     8  2 0 314 185
Minnesota      6  4 0 249 179 Houston        7  3 0 239 230
Tampa Bay      2  8 0 175 261 Cleveland      6  4 0 170 156
GREEN BAY      2  8 0 160 207 Pittsburgh     2  8 0 196 279
Detroit        2  8 0 129 210 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        5  5 0 161 187
New Orleans    7  3 0 214 176 Denver         5  5 0 207 206
LA Rams        7  3 0 266 180 LA Raiders     5  5 0 204 219
San Francisco  6  4 0 222 196 San Diego      2  8 0 119 199
Atlanta        3  7 0 189 244 Kansas City    1  8 1 123 166
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13
KANSAS CITY 31, Cincinnati 28
Philadelphia 27, PITTSBURGH 26
DENVER 30, Cleveland 7
Chicago 34, WASHINGTON 14
San Diego 10, ATLANTA 7
Indianapolis 20, GREEN BAY 13
New England 14, NY JETS 13
SEATTLE 27, Houston 24
New Orleans 14, LA RAMS 10
Minnesota 43, DALLAS 3
PHOENIX 24, NY Giants 17
LA Raiders 9, SAN FRANCISCO 3
Tampa Bay 23, DETROIT 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 14
Buffalo 31, MIAMI 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      7  4 0 236 223 Buffalo       10  1 0 243 148
Phoenix        7  4 0 262 246 New England    6  5 0 190 222
Washington     6  5 0 245 253 Indianapolis   6  5 0 263 216
Philadelphia   6  5 0 260 237 NY Jets        5  5 1 233 236
Dallas         2  9 0 172 254 Miami          5  6 0 192 234
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        9  2 0 226 137 Cincinnati     8  3 0 342 216
Minnesota      7  4 0 292 182 Houston        7  4 0 253 257
Tampa Bay      3  8 0 198 281 Cleveland      6  5 0 177 186
GREEN BAY      2  9 0 173 227 Pittsburgh     2  9 0 222 306
Detroit        2  9 0 149 233 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        6  5 0 188 211
New Orleans    8  3 0 228 186 Denver         6  5 0 237 213
LA Rams        7  4 0 276 194 LA Raiders     6  5 0 213 222
San Francisco  6  5 0 225 205 San Diego      3  8 0 129 206
Atlanta        3  8 0 196 254 Kansas City    2  8 1 154 194
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
Detroit 19, Green Bay 9 at Milwaukee
New England 6, MIAMI 3
MINNESOTA 12, Indianapolis 3
HOUSTON 38, Phoenix 20
Chicago 27, TAMPA BAY 15
Atlanta 12, LA RAIDERS 6
NEW ORLEANS 42, Denver 0
BUFFALO 9, NY Jets 6 (OT)
CLEVELAND 27, Pittsburgh 7
San Diego 38, LA RAMS 24
Cincinnati 38, DALLAS 24
KANSAS CITY 27, Seattle 24
Philadelphia 23, NY GIANTS 17 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 21
SAN FRANCISCO 37, Washington 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      7  5 0 253 246 X-Buffalo     11  1 0 252 154
Phoenix        7  5 0 282 284 New England    7  5 0 196 225
Philadelphia   7  5 0 283 254 Indianapolis   6  6 0 266 228
Washington     6  6 0 266 290 NY Jets        5  6 1 239 245
Dallas         2 10 0 196 292 Miami          5  7 0 195 240
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago       10  2 0 253 152 Cincinnati     9  3 0 380 240
Minnesota      8  4 0 304 185 Houston        8  4 0 291 277
Tampa Bay      3  9 0 214 308 Cleveland      7  5 0 204 193
Detroit        3  9 0 168 242 Pittsburgh     2 10 0 229 333
GREEN BAY      2 10 0 182 246 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        6  6 0 212 238
New Orleans    9  3 0 270 186 Denver         6  6 0 237 255
LA Rams        7  5 0 300 232 LA Raiders     6  6 0 219 234
San Francisco  7  5 0 262 226 San Diego      4  8 0 167 230
Atlanta        4  8 0 208 260 Kansas City    3  8 1 181 218
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24
Minnesota 23, DETROIT 0
Houston 25, DALLAS 17
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27
PHILADELPHIA 31, Phoenix 21
San Francisco 48, SAN DIEGO 10
NY Giants 13, NEW ORLEANS 12
NY JETS 38, Miami 34
INDIANAPOLIS 24, New England 21
CINCINNATI 35, Buffalo 21
CHICAGO 16, Green Bay 0
Cleveland 17, WASHINGTON 13
DENVER 35, LA Rams 24
ATLANTA 17, Tampa Bay 10
PITTSBURGH 16, Kansas City 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 28
SEATTLE 35, LA Raiders 27
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      8  5 0 266 258 X-Buffalo     11  2 0 273 189
Philadelphia   8  5 0 314 275 Indianapolis   7  6 0 290 249
Phoenix        7  6 0 303 315 New England    7  6 0 217 249
Washington     6  7 0 279 307 NY Jets        6  6 1 277 279
Dallas         2 11 0 213 317 Miami          5  8 0 229 278
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago       11  2 0 269 152 Cincinnati    10  3 0 415 261
Minnesota      9  4 0 327 185 Houston        9  4 0 316 294
Tampa Bay      3 10 0 224 325 Cleveland      8  5 0 221 206
Detroit        3 10 0 168 265 Pittsburgh     3 10 0 245 343
GREEN BAY      2 11 0 182 262 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        7  6 0 247 265
New Orleans    9  4 0 282 199 Denver         7  6 0 272 279
San Francisco  8  5 0 310 238 LA Raiders     6  7 0 246 269
LA Rams        7  6 0 324 267 San Diego      4  9 0 177 278
Atlanta        5  8 0 225 270 Kansas City    3  9 1 191 234
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FOURTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 4
DETROIT 30, Green Bay 14
MINNESOTA 45, New Orleans 3
NY GIANTS 44, Phoenix 7
TAMPA BAY 10, Buffalo 5
LA RAIDERS 21, Denver 20
Indianapolis 31, MIAMI 28
KANSAS CITY 38, NY Jets 34
CINCINNATI 27, San Diego 10
NEW ENGLAND 13, Seattle 7
Pittsburgh 37, HOUSTON 34
CLEVELAND 24, Dallas 21
San Francisco 13, ATLANTA 3
Washington 20, PHILADELPHIA 19
MONDAY DECEMBER 5
LA RAMS 23, Chicago 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      9  5 0 310 265 X-Buffalo     11  3 0 278 199
Philadelphia   8  6 0 333 295 Indianapolis   8  6 0 321 277
Phoenix        7  7 0 310 359 New England    8  6 0 230 256
Washington     7  7 0 299 326 NY Jets        6  7 1 301 317
Dallas         2 12 0 234 341 Miami          5  9 0 257 309
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Chicago     11  3 0 272 175 Y-Cincinnati  11  3 0 442 271
Minnesota     10  4 0 372 188 Houston        9  5 0 350 331
Tampa Bay      4 10 0 234 330 Cleveland      9  5 0 245 227
Detroit        4 10 0 198 279 Pittsburgh     4 10 0 282 377
GREEN BAY      2 12 0 196 292 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        7  7 0 254 278
San Francisco  9  5 0 323 241 Denver         7  7 0 292 300
New Orleans    9  5 0 285 244 LA Raiders     7  7 0 267 289
LA Rams        8  6 0 347 270 Kansas City    4  9 1 229 268
Atlanta        5  9 0 228 283 San Diego      4 10 0 187 305
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 10
Philadelphia 23, PHOENIX 17
NY JETS 34, Indianapolis 16
SUNDAY DECEMBER 11
NY GIANTS 28, Kansas City 12
LA RAMS 22, Atlanta 7
HOUSTON 41, Cincinnati 6
BUFFALO 37, LA Raiders 21
GREEN BAY 18, Minnesota 6
SAN FRANCISCO 30, New Orleans 17
Dallas 24, WASHINGTON 17
SEATTLE 42, Denver 17
SAN DIEGO 20, Pittsburgh 12
NEW ENGLAND 10, Tampa Bay 7 (OT)
CHICAGO 13, Detroit 12
MONDAY DECEMBER 12
MIAMI 38, Cleveland 31
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants     10  5 0 338 277 X-Buffalo     12  3 0 315 220
Philadelphia   9  6 0 356 312 New England    9  6 0 240 263
Phoenix        7  8 0 327 382 Indianapolis   8  7 0 337 311
Washington     7  8 0 316 350 NY Jets        7  7 1 335 333
Dallas         3 12 0 258 358 Miami          6  9 0 295 340
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     12  3 0 285 187 Y-Cincinnati  11  4 0 448 312
Minnesota     10  5 0 378 206 Y-Houston     10  5 0 391 337
Tampa Bay      4 11 0 241 340 Cleveland      9  6 0 276 265
Detroit        4 11 0 210 292 Pittsburgh     4 11 0 294 397
GREEN BAY      3 12 0 214 298 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Seattle        8  7 0 296 295
San Francisco 10  5 0 353 258 Denver         7  8 0 309 342
LA Rams        9  6 0 369 277 LA Raiders     7  8 0 288 326
New Orleans    9  6 0 302 274 San Diego      5 10 0 207 317
Atlanta        5 10 0 235 305 Kansas City    4 10 1 241 296
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 17
CINCINNATI 20, Washington 17 (OT)
DENVER 21, New England 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18
Philadelphia 23, DALLAS 7
PITTSBURGH 40, Miami 24
LA Rams 38, SAN FRANCISCO 16
NEW ORLEANS 10, Atlanta 9
SAN DIEGO 24, Kansas City 13
CLEVELAND 28, Houston 23
Green Bay 26, PHOENIX 17
INDIANAPOLIS 17, Buffalo 14
NY JETS 27, NY Giants 21
Seattle 43, LA RAIDERS 37
TAMPA BAY 21, Detroit 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 19
MINNESOTA 28, Chicago 27
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Philadelph  10  6 0 379 319 X-Buffalo     12  4 0 329 237
NY Giants     10  6 0 359 304 Indianapolis   9  7 0 354 315
Phoenix        7  9 0 344 398 New England    9  7 0 250 284
Washington     7  9 0 345 387 NY Jets        8  7 1 372 354
Dallas         3 13 0 265 381 Miami          6 10 0 319 380
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Chicago     12  4 0 312 215 X-Cincinnati  12  4 0 448 329
Y-Minnesota   11  5 0 406 233 Y-Cleveland   10  6 0 304 288
Tampa Bay      5 11 0 261 350 Y-Houston     10  6 0 424 365
Detroit        4 12 0 220 313 Pittsburgh     5 11 0 336 421
GREEN BAY      4 12 0 240 315 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-Seattle      9  7 0 339 329
X-San Fran.   10  6 0 369 294 Denver         8  8 0 327 352
Y-LA Rams     10  6 0 407 293 LA Raiders     7  9 0 325 369
New Orleans   10  6 0 312 283 San Diego      6 10 0 231 332
Atlanta        5 11 0 244 315 Kansas City    4 11 1 254 320
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
1988 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 24) - Houston (10-6) 24, CLEVELAND (10-6) 23
Divisional (December 31) - CINCINNATI (12-4) 21, Seattle (9-7) 13
Divisional (January 1) - BUFFALO (12-4) 17, Houston (11-6) 10
Conference (January 8) - CINCINNATI (13-4) 21, Buffalo (13-4) 10
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 26) - MINNESOTA (11-5) 28, LA Rams (10-6) 17
Divisional (December 31) - CHICAGO (12-4) 20, Philadelphia (10-6) 12
Divisional (January 1) - SAN FRANCISCO (10-6) 34, Minnesota (12-5) 9
Conference (January 8) - San Francisco (11-6) 28, CHICAGO (13-4) 3


















SUPER BOWL 23 (January 22, 1989 at Miami)
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (12-6) 20, CINCINNATI BENGALS (14-4) 16 - NFC champion San Francisco captured its third Super Bowl of the 1980s by defeating AFC champion Cincinnati 20-16.  The 49ers, who also won Super Bowls XVI and XIX, became the first NFC team to win three Super Bowls. Pittsburgh, with four Super Bowl titles (IX, X, XIII, and XIV), and the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, with three (XI, XV, and XVIII), lead AFC franchises. Even though San Francisco held an advantage in total net yards (453 to 229), the 49ers found themselves trailing the Bengals late in the game. With the score 13-13, Cincinnati took a 16-13 lead on Jim Breech's 40-yard field goal with 3:20 remaining. It was Breech's third field goal of the day, following earlier successes from 34 and 43 yards. The 49ers started their winning drive at their 8-yard line. Over the next 11 plays, San Francisco covered 92 yards with the decisive score coming on a 10-yard pass from quarterback Joe Montana to wide receiver John Taylor with 34 seconds remaining. At halftime, the score was 3-3, the first time in Super Bowl history the game was tied at intermission.  After the teams traded third-period field goals, the Bengals jumped ahead 13-6 on Stanford Jennings's 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 34 seconds remaining in the quarter. The 49ers didn't waste any time coming back as they covered 85 yards in four plays, concluding with Montana's 14-yard scoring pass to Jerry Rice 57 seconds into the final stanza.  Rice was named the game's most valuable player after compiling 11 catches for a Super Bowl-record 215 yards. Montana completed 23 of 36 passes for a Super Bowl-record 357 yards and two touchdowns.
was 10 of 22 for 152 yards and 4 TDs. Jim Hockaday had 9 catches for 129 yards and 3 TDs for New England
MONDAY JUNE 5
Los Angeles 36, NEW YORK 22 (6558) -  Matt Stevens threw a 7-yard scoring pass to Gary Mullen six seconds into the final period to break a 22-22 tie. Stevens finished with a 43-yard TD pass to Dick Rodgers
Chicago        6  0 0 237 158 Los Angeles    3  3 0 259 241
Pittsburgh     4  2 0 303 252 New England    1  5 0 150 241
Detroit        3  3 0 224 225 New York       1  5 0 186 242
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY JUNE 10
DETROIT 39, Los Angeles 26 (12831) - QB Matt Stevens threw three TD passes to Wade Lockett in the second half,  but the Cobras' comeback effort fell short
SATURDAY JUNE 11
Pittsburgh 45, NEW ENGLAND 39 (2171) - Mike Powell turned an interception with five seconds remaining into a league-record 51-yard TD return for Pittsburgh, while QB Mike Hohensee threw for five TDs
MONDAY JUNE 13
Chicago 64, NEW YORK 34 (6037) - Ben Bennett threw five TD passes to clinch a playoff berth for the Bruisers. Chicago fell behind 26-10 in the second quarter as Knights QB Jim Crocicchia threw for three touchdowns
X-Chicago      7  0 0 301 192 Los Angeles    3  4 0 285 280
Pittsburgh     5  2 0 348 291 New England    1  6 0 189 286
Detroit        4  3 0 263 251 New York       1  6 0 220 306
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHT
THURSDAY JUNE 16
Detroit 38, LOS ANGELES 14 (6861) - Detroit QB Rich Ingold ended the game with 14 pass completions in 27 attempts for 162 yards and 4 touchdowns, as the Cobras have now lost two consecutive games
SATURDAY JUNE 18
New England 33, NEW YORK 28 (6516)
MONDAY JUNE 20
CHICAGO 46, Pittsburgh 25 (8811) - Carl Aikens caught four TD passes as the Bruisers stayed perfect.  Aikens opened the scoring in the second quarter with a 39-yard Ben Bennett bomb in the Pittsburgh end zone
X-Chicago      8  0 0 347 217 Los Angeles    3  5 0 299 318
Detroit        5  3 0 301 265 New England    2  6 0 222 314
Pittsburgh     5  3 0 373 337 New York       1  7 0 248 339
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY JUNE 23
Detroit 49, NEW YORK 9 (6303) - Rich Ingold completed 21 of 31 passes for 226 yards and 5 TDs as the Detroit clinched a playoff berth. The Knights scored their only TD on a 30-yard run by John Shephard in the fourth quarter
FRIDAY JUNE 24
Chicago 54, PITTSBURGH 47 (8234) - Ben Bennett's seventh TD pass of the game, a 32-yarder to Carl Aikens with 27 seconds left, gave the Bruisers the
AFL regular-season title. 
SATURDAY JUNE 25
Los Angeles 48, NEW ENGLAND 34 (5933) - Matt Stevens passed for six TDs and brought the Cobras from a two-TD deficit  Ex-Raider Cliff Branch caught a 25-yard scoring pass, while Yepi Pauu had the Cobras' only rushing TD
Y-Chicago      9  0 0 401 264 Los Angeles    4  5 0 347 352
X-Detroit      6  3 0 350 274 New England    2  7 0 246 362
X-Pitsburgh    5  4 0 420 381 New York       1  8 0 257 388
Y-Clinched Reg. Season Title  X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY JULY 1
CHICAGO 68, New England 25 (7972) - Reggie Smith ran two kicks back for TDs in the third to lead Chicago, which outscored New England 35-0 in the third and scored the first four TDs of the second half without an offensive play
Detroit 28, PITTSBURGH 9 (6115) - The Drive cruised past the Glads in a game that tied for the lowest-scoring Arenaball contest ever, and they did it before the smallest crowd in Gladiator history
SATURDAY JULY 2
New York 40, LOS ANGELES 20 (6248) - The Cobras' chance to clinch a playoff spot slipped away when they allowed three TDs on balls recovered by New York in the Cobras' end zone
Y-Chicago     10  0 0 469 289 Los Angeles    4  6 0 367 392
X-Detroit      7  3 0 378 283 New England    2  8 0 281 390
X-Pittsburgh   5  5 0 429 419 New York       2  8 0 297 408
Y-Clinched Reg. Season Title  X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY JULY 9
DETROIT 46, New England 10 (14731) - 
Los Angeles 48, CHICAGO 20 (9868) - The Bruisers' dreams of becoming the first unbeaten team in the AFL history were shattered as the Cobras scored on every possession of the first half for a 34-6 halftime lead
MONDAY JULY 11
Pittsburgh 44, NEW YORK 28 (7484) - Keith Tinsley, signed to a contract last week, scored three TDs, one on a 6-yard interception return as the Gladiators kept the Knights winless at home
Y-Chicago     10  1 0 489 337 X-Los Angeles  5  6 0 415 412
X-Detroit      8  3 0 424 293 New England    2  9 0 281 436
X-Pittsburgh   6  5 0 473 437 New York       2  9 0 325 452
Y-Clinched Reg. Season Title  X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY JULY 14
LOS ANGELES 37, Chicago 37 (OT) (10623) - Michael Mendoza threw a 15-yard TD pass to Joe Kelly with 11 seconds remaining in regulation  The Cobras' Nick Mike-Mayer missed a 31-yard FG with 46 seconds left in OT
FRIDAY JULY 15
DETROIT 48, New York 17 (13431) - 
SATURDAY JULY 16                        
New England 44, PITTSBURGH 34 (7730) - Former Glad Russell Hairston caught four TD passes despite playing with an injured knee as the Steamrollers upset the Gladiators 
Y-Chicago     10  1 1 526 374 X-Los Angeles  5  6 1 452 449
X-Detroit      9  3 0 492 310 New England    3  9 0 325 470
X-Pittsburgh   6  6 0 507 481 New York       2 10 0 342 500
Y-Clinched Reg. Season Title  X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1988 AFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
Fri Jul 22 - DETROIT (9-3) 34, Pittsburgh (6-6) 25 (15135) - QB Rich Ingold completed 20 of 29 passes for 219 yards and two TDs as the Drive won. The Drive led 34-7 at the half and held off the Gladiators' rally in the second half
Sat Jul 23 - CHICAGO (10-1-1) 29, Los Angeles (5-6-1) 16 (8119) - The Cobras self-destructed, with 4 penalties for 48 yards and 3 costly turnovers. The Bruisers held LA to their second-lowest scoring output of the season
ARENA BOWL II (July 30, 1988 at Chicago - 15,018)
DETROIT DRIVE (10-3) 24, CHICAGO BRUISERS (11-1-1) 13 - Steve Griffin had six receptions and two interceptions Saturday, leading the Detroit Drive to the title. The game was played before a sold-out Rosemont Horizon. The 37 total points tied a league record for fewest points in a game
Feb 21 1989 - Owners decide to suspend the 1989 season May 25 - The AFL announces it will return for an abbreviated season, with Denver and Maryland (Washington) returning, and Los Angeles, New York and New England folding
Chicago (10-1-1)
Detroit (9-3)
Los Angeles (5-6-1)
Pittsburgh (6-6)
New England (3-9)
New York (2-10)
WORLD INDOOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The World Indoor Football League was a league that was to begin in 1988 to compete with the AFL. Some of the teams in the league ran into financial trouble before their season was to begin, and thus the league never kicked off. The proposed WIFL lineup: Eastern Division (Baltimore War Eagles, Indiana Cougars and St. Louis Lightning) and Western Division (Las Vegas Aces, San Antonio Texans and San Diego Thunder)
Minnesota Vikings (11-5)
Head Coach: Jerry Burns
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11)
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Houston Oilers (10-6)
Head Coach: Jerry Glanville
Cleveland Browns (10-6)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Detroit Lions (4-12)
Head Coach: Darryl Rogers (2-9) and Wayne Fontes (2-3)
San Francisco 49ers (10-6)
Head Coach: Bill Walsh
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-11)
Head Coach: Chuck Noll
Los Angeles Rams (10-6)
Head Coach: John Robinson
New Orleans Saints (10-6)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Atlanta Falcons (5-11)
Head Coach: Marion Campbell
Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
Head Coach: Chuck Knox
Denver Broncos (8-8)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Los Angeles Raiders (7-9)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
San Diego Chargers (6-10)
Head Coach: Al Saunders
Green Bay Packers (4-12)
Head Coach: Lindy Infante
Kansas City Chiefs (4-11-1)
Head Coach: Frank Gansz










Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)
Head Coach: Buddy Ryan
Buffalo Bills (12-4)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
New York Giants (10-6)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
Head Coach: Ron Meyer
Washington Redskins (7-9)
Head Coach: Joe Gibbs
Phoenix Cardinals (7-9)
Head Coach: Gene Stallings
New England Patriots (9-7)
Head Coach: Raymond Berry
New York Jets (8-7-1)
Head Coach: Joe Walton
Cincinnati Bengals (12-4)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
Dallas Cowboys (3-13)
Head Coach: Tom Landry
Miami Dolphins (6-10)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Chicago Bears (12-4)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka