FRANCHISES: Barcelona Dragons, Birmingham Fire, Frankfurt Galaxy, London Monarchs, Montreal Machine, New York-New Jersey Knights, Orlando Thunder, Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks, Sacramento Surge, San Antonio Riders
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY MARCH 23
Montreal 20, BIRMINGHAM 5 (53000) - Kevin Sweeney passed for a TD Elroy Harris ran for one and Bjorn Nittmo kicked two FGs for the Machine. Montreal built a 13-0 lead before the Fire got its points in the fourth
London 24, FRANKFURT 11 (23619) - London scored a 96-yard TD Stan Gelbaugh-to-Jon Horton pass during a 17-point third. The league's first points came on a safety by Chris Williams of Frankfurt, who recorded a safety
SACRAMENTO 9, Ral-Durham 3 (15126) - Paul Frazier's 1-yard TD with 3:47 left sparked the Surge in the mud. Frazier ran for 69 yards on 23 carries. Trailing 3-0 at halftime, Sacramento rallied behind backup QB Mike Elkins
SUNDAY MARCH 24
BARCELONA 19, NY-New Jersey 7 (19223) - QB Scott Emey put on an excellent show for the Dragons in the rain, completing 9 of 18 passes for 122 yards. He threw a 43-yard TD to Gene Taylor and ran 6 yards for another
MONDAY MARCH 25
ORLANDO 35, San Antonio 34 (21714) - With Kerwin Bell throwing for five TDs, the Thunder won their debut. Rider RB Undra Johnson scored on a 5-yard TD with just 1:24 left, but K Teddy Garcia hooked the kick
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        1  0 0  35  34 NY-New Jersey  0  1 0   7  19
Montreal       1  0 0  20   5 Raleigh-Durham 0  1 0   3   9
NORTH AMERICAN WEST                   EUROPEAN
Sacramento     1  0 0   9   3 Barcelona      1  0 0  19   7
Birmingham     0  1 0   5  20 London         1  0 0  24  11
San Antonio    0  1 0  34  35 Frankfurt      0  1 0  11  24
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 30
ORLANDO 58, Ral-Durham 20 (20811)  - Orlando scored the first 30 points of its game against the Skyhawks, as Kerwin Bell, who now has nine touchdown passes in two games, completed 29 of 44 passes for 341 yards
BIRMINGHAM 17, Sacramento 10 (16500) - With game time temperatures near freezing, Birmingham would build a 10-0 lead before the Surge rallied to tie. John Miller's 99-yard interception return for a TD was the winner
SUNDAY MARCH 31
LONDON 22, NY-New Jersey 18 (46952) - Stan Gelbaugh threw for 326 yards, including a 61-yard TD to Andre Riley, as London won their home opener. Gelbaugh overcame a shaky first half, when he threw 3 interceptions
MONDAY APRIL 1
Barcelona 34, MONTREAL 10 (53238) - In the first official game of pro football in the city since the CFL Alouettes folded in 1987, the Machine led 10-0 before the Dragons ripped off 34 unanswered points
Frankfurt 10, SAN ANTONIO 3 (18432) - Four goal-line stands in the final five minutes gave the Galaxy the win. They stopped runs by Undra Johnson from inside the 2-yard line each time
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        2  0 0  93  54 NY-New Jersey  0  2 0  25  41
Montreal       1  1 0  30  39 Raleigh-Durham 0  2 0  23  67
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Birmingham     1  1 0  22  30 London         2  0 0  46  29
Sacramento     1  1 0  19  20 Barcelona      2  0 0  53  17
San Antonio    0  2 0  44  52 Frankfurt      1  1 0  21  27
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 6
Barcelona 26, RAL-DURHAM 14 (17900)  - Former NFL running back Paul Palmer rushed for 133 yards on 28 carries to lead the Dragons and spoil the WLAF home opener for the winless Skyhawks
Frankfurt 27, NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 17 (36549) - Mike Perez threw three
TD passes and Frankfurt's defense forced 11 fumbles, recorded 10 sacks and blocked a punt as the Galaxy ruined the Knights' home opener
LONDON 35, Orlando 13 (35327) - David Smith had a pair of short TD runs and London's defense smothered Orlando's prolific passing attack. The crowd was larger crowd than for any English soccer match on Saturday
SUNDAY APRIL 7
SAN ANTONIO 10, Sacramento 3 (6772) - After two near-misses, the Riders used a reserve quarterback to get in the victory column. Mike Johnson directed San Antonio to 10 points during a 3-minute span in the third quarter
MONDAY APRIL 8
MONTREAL 23, Birmingham 10 (27766) - Richard Shelton returned a fumble 25 yards for a TD on the first play of the game, then ran a pass interception back 63 yards for another score to lead Montreal
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Montreal       2  1 0  53  49 NY-New Jersey  0  3 0  42  68
Orlando        2  1 0 106  89 Raleigh-Durham 0  3 0  37  93
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Birmingham     1  2 0  32  53 Barcelona      3  0 0  79  31
Sacramento     1  2 0  22  30 London         3  0 0  81  42
San Antonio    1  2 0  54  55 Frankfurt      2  1 0  48  44
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY APRIL 13
NY-New Jersey 44, MONTREAL 0 (34821) - Jeff Graham threw three TD passes as the Knights rolled. He connected with Kip Lewis, Lonnie Turner and Eric Wilkerson
SACRAMENTO 16, Frankfurt 10 (17065) - Mike Elkins sent Sacramento ahead with a 33-yard TD pass to Carl Parker late in the first period, and the Surge went on to even their record at 2-2
SUNDAY APRIL 14
BARCELONA 33, Orlando 13 (40875) - Barcelona's Scott Erney passed for three TDs, including 56- and 81-yard strikes to Gene Taylor. Erney completed 20 of 36 attempts for 340 yards
MONDAY APRIL 15
London 27, BIRMINGHAM 0 (18500) - Stan Gelbaugh ended with 302 yards as the Monarchs blanked the Fire, who saw QB Brent Pease booed out of the game afer completing only four-of-15 passes for 22 yards in the first half
S.Antonio 37, RAL-DURHAM 15 (11818) - Broderick Graves rushed for 92 yards and two TDs and Ricky Blake ran for 140 yards and another score as the Riders trampled the winless Skyhawks
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Montreal       2  2 0  53  93 NY-New Jersey  1  3 0  86  68
Orlando        2  2 0 119 122 Raleigh-Durham 0  4 0  52 130
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     2  2 0  38  40 Barcelona      4  0 0 112  44
San Antonio    2  2 0  91  70 London         4  0 0 108  42
Birmingham     1  3 0  32  80 Frankfurt      2  2 0  58  60
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY APRIL 20
SAN ANTONIO 22, Barcelona 14 (16500) - Quarterback Jason Garrett threw a 43-yard TD pass to his brother John to lead the Riders over the previously unbeaten Dragons
LONDON 45, Montreal 7 (35924) - Stan Gelbaugh threw four TD passes and Dana Brinson scored on a 93-yard kickoff return as the Monarchs won in the 37-degree temperature at Wembley Stadium
FRANKFURT 30, Ral-Durham 28 (21065) - Mike Perez' deflected pass to Cedric Gordon in  the end zone with 17 seconds left gave the Galaxy the win.  Perez had three TD passes in the game
SUNDAY APRIL 21
Birmingham 31, ORLANDO 6 (21249) - Brent Pease threw 2 TD passes and caught another to lead the Fire. Willie Bouyer caught TDs of 21 and 7 yards, and Pease hauled in a pass from receiver Stacey Mobley for another score
MONDAY APRIL 22
NY-NEW JERSEY 28, Sacramento 20 (21230) - The sparse crowd cheered the rushing of Eric Wilkerson, who had 21 carries for 133 yards and one TD, and the passing and rushing of QB Jeff Graham, who threw for 244 yards
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Montreal       2  3 0  60 138 Orlando        2  3 0 125 153
NY-New Jersey  2  3 0 114  88 Raleigh-Durham 0  5 0  80 160























NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1
Phoenix 24, LA RAMS 14
DENVER 45, Cincinnati 14 
HOUSTON 47, LA Raiders 17
PITTSBURGH 26, San Diego 20
KANSAS CITY 14, Atlanta 3
Dallas 26, CLEVELAND 14
New England 16, INDIANAPOLIS 7
BUFFALO 35, Miami 31
WASHINGTON 45, Detroit 0
NEW ORLEANS 27, Seattle 24
CHICAGO 10, Minnesota 6
Philadelphia 20, GREEN BAY 3
NY JETS 16, Tampa Bay 13
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2
NY GIANTS 16, San Francisco 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      1  0 0  16  14 Buffalo        1  0 0  35  31
Washington     1  0 0  45   0 New England    1  0 0  16   7
Dallas         1  0 0  26  14 NY Jets        1  0 0  16  13
Philadelphia   1  0 0  20   3 Miami          0  1 0  31  35
Phoenix        1  0 0  24  14 Indianapolis   0  1 0   7  16
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        1  0 0  10   6 Houston        1  0 0  47  17
Tampa Bay      0  1 0  13  16 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  26  20
GREEN BAY      0  1 0   3  20 Cleveland      0  1 0  14  26
Minnesota      0  1 0   6  10 Cincinnati     0  1 0  14  45
Detroit        0  1 0   0  45 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         1  0 0  45  14
New Orleans    1  0 0  27  24 Kansas City    1  0 0  14   3
Atlanta        0  1 0   3  14 LA Raiders     0  1 0  17  47
San Francisco  0  1 0  14  16 San Diego      0  1 0  20  26
LA Rams        0  1 0  14  24 Seattle        0  1 0  24  27
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8
SEATTLE 20, NY Jets 13
Houston 30, CINCINNATI 7
LA Rams 19, NY GIANTS 13
Minnesota 20, ATLANTA 19
BUFFALO 52, Pittsburgh 34
Chicago 21, TAMPA BAY 20
DETROIT 23, Green Bay 14
LA RAIDERS 16, Denver 13
Phoenix 26, PHILADELPHIA 10
MIAMI 17, Indianapolis 6
SAN FRAN 34, San Diego 14
New Orleans 17, KANSAS CITY 10
Cleveland 20, NEW ENGLAND 0
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Washington 33, DALLAS 31
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     2  0 0  78  31 Buffalo        2  0 0  87  65
Phoenix        2  0 0  50  24 New England    1  1 0  16  27
Dallas         1  1 0  57  47 NY Jets        1  1 0  29  33
Philadelphia   1  1 0  30  29 Miami          1  1 0  48  41
NY Giants      1  1 0  29  33 Indianapolis   0  2 0  13  33
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        2  0 0  31  26 Houston        2  0 0  77  24
Minnesota      1  1 0  26  29 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  60  72
Detroit        1  1 0  23  59 Cleveland      1  1 0  34  26
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  33  37 Cincinnati     0  2 0  21  75
GREEN BAY      0  2 0  17  43 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         1  1 0  58  30
New Orleans    2  0 0  44  34 Kansas City    1  1 0  24  20
LA Rams        1  1 0  33  37 LA Raiders     1  1 0  33  60
San Francisco  1  1 0  48  30 Seattle        1  1 0  44  40
Atlanta        0  2 0  22  34 San Diego      0  2 0  34  60
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Philadelphia 24, DALLAS 0
WASHINGTON 34, Phoenix 0
CLEVELAND 14, Cincinnati 13
LA RAIDERS 16, Indianapolis 0
GREEN BAY 15, Tampa Bay 13
Atlanta 13, SAN DIEGO 10
NEW ORLEANS 24, LA Rams 7
Buffalo 23, NY JETS 20
DENVER 16, Seattle 10
MINNESOTA 17, San Francisco 14
CHICAGO 20, NY Giants 17
DETROIT 17, Miami 13
PITTSBURGH 20, New England 6
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16
HOUSTON 17, Kansas City 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     3  0 0 112  31 Buffalo        3  0 0 110  85
Phoenix        2  1 0  50  58 New England    1  2 0  22  47
Philadelphia   2  1 0  54  29 NY Jets        1  2 0  49  56
Dallas         1  2 0  57  74 Miami          1  2 0  61  58
NY Giants      1  2 0  29  33 Indianapolis   0  3 0  13  49
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        3  0 0  51  43 Houston        3  0 0  94  31
Minnesota      2  1 0  43  43 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  80  78
Detroit        2  1 0  40  72 Cleveland      2  1 0  48  39
GREEN BAY      1  2 0  32  56 Cincinnati     0  3 0  34  89
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  46  52 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  1 0  74  40
New Orleans    3  0 0  68  41 LA Raiders     2  1 0  49  60
LA Rams        1  2 0  40  61 Kansas City    1  2 0  31  37
San Francisco  1  2 0  62  47 Seattle        1  2 0  54  56
Atlanta        1  2 0  35  44 San Diego      0  3 0  44  73
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Washington 34, CINCINNATI 27
MIAMI 16, Green Bay 13
NEW ORLEANS 26, Minnesota 0
Buffalo 17, TAMPA BAY 10
NY GIANTS 13, Cleveland 10
NEW ENGLAND 24, Houston 20
PHILADEL 23, Pittsburgh 14
DENVER 27, San Diego 19
KANSAS CITY 20, Seattle 13
Dallas 17, PHOENIX 9
Detroit 33, INDIANAPOLIS 24
SAN FRANCISCO 27, LA Rams 10
ATLANTA 21, LA Raiders 17
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 23
CHICAGO 19, NY Jets 13 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     4  0 0 146  58 Buffalo        4  0 0 127  95
Philadelphia   3  1 0  77  43 New England    2  2 0  46  67
Dallas         2  2 0  74  83 Miami          2  2 0  77  71
NY Giants      2  2 0  42  43 NY Jets        1  3 0  62  75
Phoenix        2  2 0  59  75 Indianapolis   0  4 0  37  82
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        4  0 0  70  56 Houston        3  1 0 114  55
Detroit        3  1 0  73  96 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  94 101
GREEN BAY      1  3 0  45  72 Cleveland      2  2 0  58  52
Minnesota      2  2 0  43  69 Cincinnati     0  4 0  61 123
Tampa Bay      0  4 0  56  69 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         3  1 0 101  59
New Orleans    4  0 0  94  41 LA Raiders     2  2 0  66  81
San Francisco  2  2 0  89  57 Kansas City    2  2 0  51  50
Atlanta        2  2 0  56  61 Seattle        1  3 0  67  76
LA Rams        1  3 0  50  88 San Diego      0  4 0  63 100
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29
PHOENIX 24, New England 10
Denver 13, MINNESOTA 6
Kansas City 14, SAN DIEGO 13
New Orleans 27, ATLANTA 6
DETROIT 31, Tampa Bay 3
LA RAIDERS 12, San Francisco 6
SEATTLE 31, Indianapolis 3
BUFFALO 35, Chicago 20
LA RAMS 23, Green Bay 21
NY JETS 41, Miami 23
DALLAS 21, NY Giants 16
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30
WASHINGTON 23, Philadelphia 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     5  0 0 169  58 Buffalo        5  0 0 162 115
Philadelphia   3  2 0  77  66 Miami          2  3 0 100 112
Dallas         3  2 0  95  99 NY Jets        2  3 0 103  98
Phoenix        3  2 0  83  85 New England    2  3 0  56  91
NY Giants      2  3 0  58  64 Indianapolis   0  5 0  40 113
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        4  1 0  90  91 Houston        3  1 0 114  55
Detroit        4  1 0 104  99 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  94 101
Minnesota      2  3 0  49  82 Cleveland      2  2 0  58  52
GREEN BAY      1  4 0  66  95 Cincinnati     0  4 0  61 123
Tampa Bay      0  5 0  59 100 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         4  1 0 114  65
New Orleans    5  0 0 121  47 LA Raiders     3  2 0  78  87
San Francisco  2  3 0  95  69 Kansas City    3  2 0  65  63
Atlanta        2  3 0  62  88 Seattle        2  3 0  98  79
LA Rams        2  3 0  73 109 San Diego      0  5 0  76 114
WEEK SIX (Bye - Atlanta, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Fran)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6
Dallas 20, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
NY Jets 17, CLEVELAND 14
San Diego 21, LA RAIDERS 13
Seattle 13, CINCINNATI 7
HOUSTON 42, Denver 14
Miami 20, NEW ENGLAND 10
NY GIANTS 20, Phoenix 9
DETROIT 24, Minnesota 20
TAMPA BAY 14, Philadelphia 13
Pittsburgh 21, INDIANAPOLIS 3
Washington 20, CHICAGO 7
MONDAY OCTOBER 7
KANSAS CITY 33, Buffalo 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     6  0 0 189  65 Buffalo        5  1 0 165 148
Dallas         4  2 0 115 116 NY Jets        3  3 0 120 112
Philadelphia   3  3 0  90  80 Miami          3  3 0 120 122
Phoenix        3  3 0  92 105 New England    2  4 0  66 111
NY Giants      3  3 0  78  73 Indianapolis   0  6 0  43 134
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        5  1 0 128 119 Houston        4  1 0 156  69
Chicago        4  2 0  97 111 Pittsburgh     3  2 0 115 104
Minnesota      2  4 0  69 106 Cleveland      2  3 0  72  69
GREEN BAY      1  5 0  83 115 Cincinnati     0  5 0  68 136
Tampa Bay      1  5 0  73 113 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         4  2 0 128 107
New Orleans    5  0 0 121  47 Kansas City    4  2 0  98  69
San Francisco  2  3 0  95  69 LA Raiders     3  3 0  91 108
Atlanta        2  3 0  62  88 Seattle        3  3 0 111  86
LA Rams        2  3 0  73 109 San Diego      1  5 0  97 127
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Chicago, Den, Det, Gr Bay, N.E., T.Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 13
Houston 23, NY JETS 20
MINNESOTA 34, Phoenix 7
WASHINGTON 42, Cleveland 17
Atlanta 39, SAN FRANCISCO 34 
KANSAS CITY 42, Miami 7
BUFFALO 42, Indianapolis 6
DALLAS 35, Cincinnati 23
LA RAMS 30, San Diego 24
Raiders 23, SEATTLE 20 (OT)
New Orleans 13, PHILADELPHIA 6
MONDAY OCTOBER 14
NY Giants 23, PITTSBURGH 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  0 0 231  82 Buffalo        6  1 0 207 154
Dallas         5  2 0 150 139 NY Jets        3  4 0 140 135
NY Giants      4  3 0 101  93 Miami          3  4 0 127 164
Philadelphia   3  4 0  96  93 New England    2  4 0  66 111
Phoenix        3  4 0  99 139 Indianapolis   0  7 0  49 176
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        5  1 0 128 119 Houston        5  1 0 179  89
Chicago        4  2 0  97 111 Pittsburgh     3  3 0 135 127
Minnesota      3  4 0 103 113 Cleveland      2  4 0  89 111
GREEN BAY      1  5 0  83 115 Cincinnati     0  6 0  91 171
Tampa Bay      1  5 0  73 113 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    5  2 0 140  76
New Orleans    6  0 0 134  53 Denver         4  2 0 128 107
Atlanta        3  3 0 101 122 LA Raiders     4  3 0 114 128
LA Rams        3  3 0 103 133 Seattle        3  4 0 131 109
San Francisco  2  4 0 129 108 San Diego      1  6 0 121 157
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Dallas, NY Giants, Phil, Washington)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 17
Chicago 10, GREEN BAY 0
SUNDAY OCTOBER 20
DENVER 19, Kansas City 16
NEW ENGLAND 26, Minnesota 23 (OT)
Cleveland 30, SAN DIEGO 24 (OT)
Houston 17, MIAMI 13
NEW ORLEANS 23, Tampa Bay 7
SAN FRANCISCO 35, Detroit 3
NY Jets 17, INDIANAPOLIS 6
Seattle 27, PITTSBURGH 7
LA RAIDERS 20, LA Rams 17
PHOENIX 16, Atlanta 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 21
BUFFALO 35, Cincinnati 16
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  0 0 231  82 Buffalo        7  1 0 242 170
Dallas         5  2 0 150 139 NY Jets        4  4 0 157 141
NY Giants      4  3 0 101  93 New England    3  4 0  92 134
Phoenix        4  4 0 115 149 Miami          3  5 0 140 181
Philadelphia   3  4 0  96  93 Indianapolis   0  8 0  55 193
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Detroit        5  2 0 131 154 Houston        6  1 0 196 102
Chicago        5  2 0 107 111 Pittsburgh     3  4 0 142 154
Minnesota      3  5 0 126 139 Cleveland      3  4 0 119 135
GREEN BAY      1  6 0  83 125 Cincinnati     0  7 0 107 206
Tampa Bay      1  6 0  80 136 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         5  2 0 147 123
New Orleans    7  0 0 157  60 Kansas City    5  3 0 156  95
Atlanta        3  4 0 111 138 LA Raiders     5  3 0 134 145
San Francisco  3  4 0 164 111 Seattle        4  4 0 158 116
LA Rams        3  4 0 120 153 San Diego      1  7 0 151 187
WEEK NINE (Bye - Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, NY Jets)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
SEATTLE 20, San Diego 9
Minnesota 28, PHOENIX 0
ADDED : New Orleans Night, Columbus Thunderbolts, Orlando Predators MOVING: Pittsburgh to Tampa Bay Storm FOLDING: Washington Commandos
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY MAY 31
Detroit 31, DENVER 13 (4950) - Art Schlichter threw four TDs in Detroit's win. Two went to David LaFrance. Another was caught by John Corker.
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Dallas 33, COLUMBUS 12 (3800) - Drew Pearson won his first game as coach of the Dallas Texans, who jumped out to a 15-0 halftime lead and defeated Columbus in their AFL debut.
ALBANY 45, New Orleans 20 (10189) - Albany’s Tom Porras is given the moniker the “Singing QB” after a two-and-a-half hour vocal and guitar performance at a postgame victory party after passing for five TDs.
Orlando 51, TAMPA BAY 38 (10354) - Orlando QB Reggie Collier threw for 252 yards and seven TDs. Tampa Bay QB Jay Gruden was 25-of-39 for 229 yards and two TDs, but two second-half interceptions ruined any comeback.
Albany         1  0 0  45  20 Columbus       0  1 0  12  33
Dallas         1  0 0  33  12 Denver         0  1 0  13  31
Detroit        1  0 0  31  13 New Orleans    0  1 0  20  45
Orlando        1  0 0  51  38 Tampa Bay      0  1 0  38  51
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY JUNE 7
DETROIT 56, Orlando 27 (14270) - With 12:35 left in the first half,  Orlando K Dan Plocki missed a 43- yard FG. George LaFrance tied his Drive record, set in 1989, for longest missed FG return with a 56-yard score, one of five TDs.
DENVER 51, Albany 27 (4365) - Denver coach Babe Parilli, embarrassed by last week's humiliating loss, asked the fans to give his team another week to prove itself capable of contending for a title, and the team delivered.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
New Orleans 27, DALLAS 23 (8468) - The Texans lost control of the ball and their heads numerous times, and the expansion Night took advantage. Dallas fumbled five times and saw nose guard Frank Denard ejected.
Tampa Bay 53, COLUMBUS 12 (3000) - After leading 14-12 at the intermission, Tampa Bay outscored the 'Bolts 39-6 in the second half. DL Tom Gizzi had two sacks to lead the defense.
Detroit        2  0 0  87  40 New Orleans    1  1 0  47  68
Albany         1  1 0  72  71 Orlando        1  1 0  78  94
Dallas         1  1 0  56  39 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  91  63
Denver         1  1 0  64  58 Columbus       0  2 0  24  86
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JUNE 13
ORLANDO 38, Columbus 32 (9737) - Orlando QB Reggie Collier threw one TD pass, but ran in three more, while Durwood Roquemore, who played his entire career in the same pair of shoes, recorded two interceptions.
FRIDAY JUNE 14
DALLAS 30, Denver 27 (5932) -  The Texans nearly blew a 20-point first-quarter lead before holding off Denver's rally. Jeff Jenkins interception with 5:18 remaining set up a 1-yard TD run by Sloan Hood to clinch the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 15                        
Detroit 43, ALBANY 42 (11051) - 
Tampa Bay 27, NEW ORLEANS 17 (8834) - Tampa Bay RB Lynn Bradford ran a league-record 43 yards for a first-period score that gave the Storm a lead it never lost, and QB Jay Gruden threw two TD passes.
Detroit        3  0 0 130  82 Albany         1  2 0 114 114
Dallas         2  1 0  86  66 Denver         1  2 0  91  88
Orlando        2  1 0 116 126 New Orleans    1  2 0  64  95
Tampa Bay      2  1 0 118  80 Columbus       0  3 0  56 124
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY JUNE 21
Detroit 43, ORLANDO 40 (OT) (12337) - The Drive proved why they are three-time defending champions, rallying from a 24-7 halftime deficit, to remain the only undefeated team in the league.
SATURDAY JUNE 22
Albany 34, COLUMBUS 17 (3964) - 
TAMPA BAY 56, Dallas 48 (15017) - With 10 seconds left in the first half, the Storm went for a field goal from the 15-yard line. When Paul Hickert's attempt went wide, Marc Zeno fell on the ball for TD and a 40-18 lead.
Denver 54, NEW ORLEANS 44 (7425) - Denver QB Mike Hold passed for four TDs and ran for two to lead the Dynamite. Dynamite WR Wayne Coffey caught three of the passes for 87 yards and a score to lead all receivers.
Detroit        4  0 0 173 122 Denver         2  2 0 145 132
Tampa Bay      3  1 0 174 128 Orlando        2  2 0 156 169
Albany         2  2 0 148 131 New Orleans    1  3 0 108 149
Dallas         2  2 0 134 122 Columbus       0  4 0  73 158
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY JUNE 27
DETROIT 45, New Orleans 22 (15344) - 
SATURDAY JUNE 29
DALLAS 38, Columbus 26 (8463) - While many in the crowd of 8,463 at Reunion Arena called for third-string quarterback Ben Bennett, Alfred Jenkins threw three touchdown passes and ran for one to give the Texans the win.
DENVER 39, Orlando 19 (6135) - An aggressive Dynamite defense stymied the high-scoring Predators. "I really don't know what the problem was," said Orlando QB Reggie Collier, who completed 12 of 27 passes for 172 yards.
TAMPA BAY 57, Albany 53 (13961) -  Chip Ferguson  came off the bench to lead the Storm to three fourth-quarter TDs to overcome a 17-point deficit, including a game-winning pass to Tracy Perkins with 34 seconds left.
Detroit        5  0 0 218 144 Albany         2  3 0 201 188
Tampa Bay      4  1 0 231 181 Orlando        2  3 0 175 208
Dallas         3  2 0 172 148 New Orleans    1  4 0 130 194
Denver         3  2 0 184 151 Columbus       0  5 0  99 196
CLEVELAND 17, Pittsburgh 14
ATLANTA 31, LA Rams 14
San Fran 23, PHILADELPHIA 7
Denver 9, NEW ENGLAND 6
Chicago 20, NEW ORLEANS 17
DETROIT 34, Dallas 10
Green Bay 27, TAMPA BAY 0
HOUSTON 35, Cincinnati 3
Washington 17, NY GIANTS 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 28
KANSAS CITY 24, LA Raiders 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     8  0 0 248  95 Buffalo        7  1 0 242 170
Dallas         5  3 0 160 173 NY Jets        4  4 0 157 141
NY Giants      4  4 0 114 110 New England    3  5 0  98 143
Phoenix        4  5 0 115 177 Miami          3  5 0 140 181
Philadelphia   3  5 0 103 116 Indianapolis   0  8 0  55 193
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Detroit        6  2 0 165 164 Houston        7  1 0 231 105
Chicago        6  2 0 127 128 Cleveland      4  4 0 136 149
GREEN BAY      2  6 0 110 125 Pittsburgh     3  5 0 156 171
Minnesota      4  5 0 154 139 Cincinnati     0  8 0 110 241
Tampa Bay      1  7 0  80 163 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         6  2 0 156 129
New Orleans    7  1 0 174  80 Kansas City    6  3 0 180 116
Atlanta        4  4 0 142 152 LA Raiders     5  4 0 155 169
San Francisco  4  4 0 187 118 Seattle        5  4 0 178 125
LA Rams        3  5 0 134 184 San Diego      1  8 0 160 207
WEEK TEN (Bye - Kansas City, LA Raiders, San Diego, Seattle)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3
DALLAS 27, Phoenix 7
CINCINNATI 23, CLeveland 21
New Orleans 24, LA RAMS 21
ATLANTA 17, San Francisco 14
DENVER 20, Pittsburgh 13
MINNESOTA 28, Tampa Bay 13
BUFFALO 22, New England 17
NY JETS 19, Green Bay 16 (OT)
Miami 10, INDIANAPOLIS 6
CHICAGO 20, Detroit 10
WASHINGTON 16, Houston 13 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 4
PHILADELPHIA 30, NY Giants 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     9  0 0 264 108 Buffalo        8  1 0 264 187
Dallas         6  3 0 187 180 NY Jets        5  4 0 176 157
Philadelphia   4  5 0 133 123 Miami          4  5 0 150 187
NY Giants      4  5 0 121 140 New England    3  6 0 115 165
Phoenix        4  6 0 122 204 Indianapolis   0  9 0  61 203
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Chicago        7  2 0 147 138 Houston        7  2 0 244 121
Detroit        6  3 0 175 184 Cleveland      4  5 0 157 172
Minnesota      5  5 0 182 152 Pittsburgh     3  6 0 169 191
GREEN BAY      2  7 0 126 144 Cincinnati     1  8 0 133 262
Tampa Bay      1  8 0  93 191 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         7  2 0 176 142
New Orleans    8  1 0 198 101 Kansas City    6  3 0 180 116
Atlanta        5  4 0 159 166 LA Raiders     5  4 0 155 169
San Francisco  4  5 0 201 135 Seattle        5  4 0 178 125
LA Rams        3  6 0 155 208 San Diego      1  8 0 160 207
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10
Buffalo 34, Green Bay 24 at Milwaukee
MIAMI 30, New England 20
NEW ORLEANS 10, San Francisco 3
Pittsburgh 33, CINCINNATI 27(OT)
TAMPA BAY 30, Detroit 21
NY Giants 21, PHOENIX 14
SAN DIEGO 17, Seattle 14
Philadelphia 32, CLEVELAND 30
Indianapolis 28, NY JETS 27
WASHINGTON 56, Atlanta 17
HOUSTON 26, Dallas 23 (OT)
Kansas City 27, LA RAMS 20
LA Raiders 17, DENVER 16
MONDAY NOVEMBER 11
Chicago 34, MINNESOTA 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington    10  0 0 320 125 Buffalo        9  1 0 298 211
Dallas         6  4 0 210 206 NY Jets        5  5 0 203 185
Philadelphia   5  5 0 165 153 Miami          5  5 0 180 207
NY Giants      5  5 0 142 154 New England    3  7 0 135 195
Phoenix        4  7 0 136 225 Indianapolis   1  9 0  89 230
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Chicago        8  2 0 181 155 Houston        8  2 0 270 144
Detroit        6  4 0 196 214 Pittsburgh     4  6 0 202 218
Minnesota      5  6 0 199 186 Cleveland      4  6 0 187 204
GREEN BAY      2  8 0 150 178 Cincinnati     1  9 0 160 295
Tampa Bay      2  8 0 123 212 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         7  3 0 192 159
New Orleans    9  1 0 208 104 Kansas City    7  3 0 207 136
Atlanta        5  5 0 176 222 LA Raiders     6  4 0 172 185
San Francisco  4  6 0 204 145 Seattle        5  5 0 192 142
LA Rams        3  7 0 175 235 San Diego      2  8 0 177 221
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17
PHILADELPHIA 17, Cincinnati 10
DETROIT 21, LA Rams 10
SAN DIEGO 24, New Orleans 21
Chicago 31, INDIANAPOLIS 17
HOUSTON 28, Cleveland 24
Minnesota 35, GREEN BAY 21
Washington 41, PITTSBURGH 14
NY GIANTS 22, Dallas 9
LA RAIDERS 31, Seattle 7
SAN FRANCISCO 14, Phoenix 10
Denver 24, KANSAS CITY 20
NY Jets 28, NEW ENGLAND 21
ATLANTA 43, Tampa Bay 7
MONDAY NOVEMBER 18
Buffalo 41, MIAMI 27
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington    11  0 0 361 139 Buffalo       10  1 0 339 238
Dallas         6  5 0 219 228 NY Jets        6  5 0 231 206
Philadelphia   6  5 0 182 163 Miami          5  6 0 207 248
NY Giants      6  5 0 164 163 New England    3  8 0 156 223
Phoenix        4  8 0 146 239 Indianapolis   1 10 0 106 261
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Chicago        9  2 0 212 172 Houston        9  2 0 298 168
Detroit        7  4 0 217 224 Pittsburgh     4  7 0 216 259
Minnesota      6  6 0 234 207 Cleveland      4  7 0 211 232
GREEN BAY      2  9 0 171 213 Cincinnati     1 10 0 170 312
Tampa Bay      2  9 0 130 255 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         8  3 0 216 179
New Orleans    9  2 0 229 128 Kansas City    7  4 0 227 160
Atlanta        6  5 0 219 229 LA Raiders     7  4 0 203 192
San Francisco  5  6 0 218 155 Seattle        5  6 0 199 173
LA Rams        3  8 0 185 256 San Diego      3  8 0 201 242
WEEK THIRTEEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24
Green Bay 14, Indianapolis 10 at Milwaukee
Philadelphia 34, PHOENIX 14
LA Raiders 38, CINCINNATI 14
Detroit 34, MINNESOTA 14
NY JETS 24, San Diego 3
Atlanta 23, NEW ORLEANS 20 (OT)
CLEVELAND 20, Kansas City 15
NEW ENGLAND 16, Buffalo 13
Dallas 24, WASHINGTON 21
PITTSBURGH 26, Houston 14
Miami 16, CHICAGO 13 (OT)
SEATTLE 13, Denver 10
NY Giants 21, TAMPA BAY 14
MONDAY NOVEMBER 25
San Francisco 33, LA RAMS 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington    11  1 0 382 163 Buffalo       10  2 0 352 254
Dallas         7  5 0 243 249 NY Jets        7  5 0 255 209
Philadelphia   7  5 0 216 177 Miami          6  6 0 223 261
NY Giants      7  5 0 185 177 New England    4  8 0 172 236
Phoenix        4  9 0 190 273 Indianapolis   1 11 0 116 275
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Chicago        9  3 0 225 188 Houston        9  3 0 312 194
Detroit        8  4 0 251 238 Pittsburgh     5  7 0 242 273
Minnesota      6  7 0 248 241 Cleveland      5  7 0 231 247
GREEN BAY      3  9 0 185 223 Cincinnati     1 11 0 184 350
Tampa Bay      2 10 0 144 276 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         8  4 0 226 192
New Orleans    9  3 0 249 151 LA Raiders     8  4 0 241 206
Atlanta        7  5 0 242 249 Kansas City    7  5 0 242 180
San Francisco  6  6 0 251 165 Seattle        6  6 0 212 183
LA Rams        3  9 0 195 289 San Diego      3  9 0 204 266
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Minnesota, Phoenix)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28
DALLAS 20, Pittsburgh 10
DETROIT 16, Chicago 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 1
ATLANTA 35, Green Bay 31
LA Raiders 9, SAN DIEGO 7
Cleveland 31, INDIANAPOLIS 0
BUFFALO 24, NY Jets 13
Washington 27, LA RAMS 6
DENVER 20, New England 3
CINCINNATI 27, NY Giants 24
MIAMI 33, Tampa Bay 14
Kansas City 19, SEATTLE 6
SAN FRANCISCO 38, New Orleans 24
MONDAY DECEMBER 2
Philadelphia 13, HOUSTON 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  12  1 0 409 169 X-Buffalo     11  2 0 376 267
Dallas         8  5 0 263 259 NY Jets        7  6 0 268 233
Philadelphia   8  5 0 236 187 Miami          7  6 0 256 275
NY Giants      7  6 0 209 204 New England    4  9 0 175 256
Phoenix        4  9 0 190 273 Indianapolis   1 12 0 116 306
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Detroit        9  4 0 267 244 Houston        9  4 0 318 207
Chicago        9  4 0 231 204 Cleveland      6  7 0 262 247
Minnesota      6  7 0 248 241 Pittsburgh     5  8 0 252 293
GREEN BAY      3 10 0 216 258 Cincinnati     2 11 0 211 374
Tampa Bay      2 11 0 158 309 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         9  4 0 246 195
New Orleans    9  4 0 263 189 LA Raiders     9  4 0 250 213
Atlanta        8  5 0 277 280 Kansas City    8  5 0 261 186
San Francisco  7  6 0 289 189 Seattle        6  7 0 218 202
LA Rams        3 10 0 201 316 San Diego      3 10 0 211 275
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FIFTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 8
Philadelphia 19, NY GIANTS 14
Washington 20, PHOENIX 14
HOUSTON 31, Pittsburgh 6
Denver 17, CLEVELAND 7
San Francisco 24, SEATTLE 22
Atlanta 31, LA RAMS 14
NEW ENGLAND 23, Indianapolis 17 (OT)
DALLAS 23, New Orleans 14
Buffalo 30, LA RAIDERS 27 (OT)
KANSAS CITY 20, San Diego 17 (OT)
DETROIT 34, NY Jets 20
CHICAGO 27, Green Bay 13
Minnesota 26, TAMPA BAY 24
MONDAY DECEMBER 9
MIAMI 37, Cincinnati 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  13  1 0 429 183 X-Buffalo     12  2 0 406 294
Dallas         9  5 0 286 273 Miami          8  6 0 293 288
Philadelphia   9  5 0 255 201 NY Jets        7  7 0 288 267
NY Giants      7  7 0 223 223 New England    5  9 0 198 273
Phoenix        4 10 0 204 293 Indianapolis   1 13 0 133 329
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Detroit       10  4 0 301 264 X-Houston     10  4 0 349 213
Chicago       10  4 0 258 217 Cleveland      6  8 0 269 264
Minnesota      7  7 0 274 265 Pittsburgh     5  9 0 258 324
GREEN BAY      3 11 0 229 285 Cincinnati     2 12 0 224 411
Tampa Bay      2 12 0 182 335 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver        10  4 0 263 202
New Orleans    9  5 0 277 212 Kansas City    9  5 0 281 203
Atlanta        9  5 0 308 294 LA Raiders     9  5 0 277 243
San Francisco  8  6 0 313 211 Seattle        6  8 0 240 226
LA Rams        3 11 0 215 347 San Diego      3 11 0 228 295
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 14
CHICAGO 27, Tampa Bay 0
SAN FRANCISCO 28, Kansas City 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 15
DENVER 24, Phoenix 19
PITTSBURGH 17, Cincinnati 10
ATLANTA 26, Seattle 13
Houston 17, CLEVELAND 14
Buffalo 35, INDIANAPOLIS 7
Dallas 25, PHILADELPHIA 13
WASHINGTON 34, NY Giants 17
Detroit 21, GREEN BAY 17
MINNESOTA 20, LA Rams 14
SAN DIEGO 38, Miami 30
New England 6, NY JETS 3
MONDAY DECEMBER 16
NEW ORLEANS 27, LA Raiders 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  14  1 0 463 200 X-Buffalo     13  2 0 441 301
Dallas        10  5 0 311 286 Miami          8  7 0 323 326
Philadelphia   9  6 0 268 226 NY Jets        7  8 0 291 273
NY Giants      7  8 0 240 257 New England    6  9 0 204 276
Phoenix        4 11 0 223 317 Indianapolis   1 14 0 140 364
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
Y-Detroit     11  4 0 322 281 X-Houston     11  4 0 366 227
Y-Chicago     11  4 0 285 217 Pittsburgh     6  9 0 275 334
Minnesota      8  7 0 294 279 Cleveland      6  9 0 283 281
GREEN BAY      3 12 0 246 306 Cincinnati     2 13 0 234 428
Tampa Bay      2 13 0 182 362 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-Denver      11  4 0 287 221
Y-New Orleans 10  5 0 304 212 Y-Kansas City  9  6 0 295 231
Atlanta       10  5 0 334 307 Y-LA Raiders   9  6 0 277 270
San Francisco  9  6 0 341 225 Seattle        6  9 0 253 252
LA Rams        3 12 0 229 367 San Diego      4 11 0 266 325
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 21
NY GIANTS 24, Houston 20
Green Bay 27, MINNESOTA 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22
CINCINNATI 29, New England 7
TAMPA BAY 17, Indianapolis 3
DALLAS 31, Atlanta 27
PITTSBURGH 17, Cleveland 10
Kansas City 27, LA RAIDERS 21
Detroit 17, BUFFALO 14 (OT)
Denver 17, SAN DIEGO 14
SEATTLE 23, LA Rams 9
NY Jets 23, MIAMI 20 (OT)
PHILADELPHIA 24, Washing 22
New Orleans 27, PHOENIX 3
MONDAY DECEMBER 23
SAN FRANCISCO 52, Chicago 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Washington  14  2 0 485 224 X-Buffalo     13  3 0 458 318
Y-Dallas      11  5 0 342 310 Y-NY Jets      8  8 0 314 293
Philadelphia  10  6 0 285 244 Miami          8  8 0 343 349
NY Giants      8  8 0 281 297 New England    6 10 0 211 305
Phoenix        4 12 0 196 344 Indianapolis   1 15 0 143 381
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION 
X-Detroit     12  4 0 339 295 X-Houston     11  5 0 386 251
Y-Chicago     11  5 0 299 269 Pittsburgh     7  9 0 292 344
Minnesota      8  8 0 301 306 Cleveland      6 10 0 293 298
GREEN BAY      4 12 0 273 313 Cincinnati     3 13 0 263 435
Tampa Bay      3 13 0 199 365 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-Denver      12  4 0 304 235
X-New Orleans 11  5 0 341 211 Y-Kansas City 10  6 0 322 252
Y-Atlanta     10  6 0 361 338 Y-LA Raiders   9  7 0 298 297
San Francisco 10  6 0 393 239 Seattle        7  9 0 276 261
LA Rams        3 13 0 234 390 San Diego      4 12 0 274 342
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
1991 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 28) - KANSAS CITY (10-6) 10, LA Raiders (9-7) 6
Wildcard (December 29) - HOUSTON (11-5) 17, NY Jets (8-8) 10
Divisional (January 4) - DENVER (12-4) 26, Houston (12-5) 24
Divisional (January 5) - BUFFALO (13-3) 37, Kansas City (11-6) 14
Conference (January 12) - BUFFALO (14-3) 10, Denver (13-4) 7
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 28) - Atlanta (10-6) 27, NEW ORLEANS (11-5) 20
Wildcard (December 29) - Dallas (11-5) 17, CHICAGO (11-5) 13
Divisional (January 4) - WASHINGTON (14-2) 24, Atlanta (11-6) 7
Divisional (January 5) - DETROIT (12-4) 38, Dallas (12-5) 6
Conference (January 12) - WASHINGTON (15-2) 41, Detroit (13-4) 10
SUPER BOWL 26 (January 26, 1992 at Minneapolis)
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (16-2) 37, BUFFALO BILLS (15-3) 24 - Mark Rypien passed for 292 yards and two touchdowns as the Redskins overwhelmed the Bills to win their third Super Bowl in the past 10 years. Rypien, the game's most valuable player, completed 18 of 33 passes, including a 10-yard scoring strike to Earnest Byner and a 30-yard touchdown to Gary Clark. The latter came late in the third quarter after Buffalo had trimmed a 24-0 deficit to 24-10, and effectively put the game out of reach. Washington went on to lead by as much as 37-10 before the Bills made it close wih a pair of touchdowns in the final six minutes. Though the Redskins struggled early, converting their first three drives inside the Bills' 20-yard line into only three points, they built a 17-0 halftime lead. And they made it 24-0 just 16 seconds into the second half, after Kurt Gouveia intercepted Buffalo quarterback Jim Kelly's pass on the first play of the third quarter and returned it 23 yards to the Bills' 2. One play later, Gerald Riggs scored his second touchdown of the game to make it 24-0. Kelly, forced to bring Buffalo from behind, completed 28 of a Super Bowl-record 58 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns, but was intercepted four tlmes. Bills running back Thurman Thomas, who had an AFC-high 1,407 yards rushing and an NFL-best 2,038 total yards from scrimmage during the regular season, ran for only 13 yards on 10 carries and was limited to 27 yards on four receptions. Clark had seven catches for 114 yards and Art Monk added seven for 113 for the Redskins, who amassed 417 yards of total offense while limiting the explosive Bills to 283.  Washington's Joe Gibbs became only the third head coach to win three Super Bowls. 
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    3  2 0 113  84 London         5  0 0 153  49
Sacramento     2  3 0  58  68 Barcelona      4  1 0 126  66
Birmingham     2  3 0  63 108 Frankfurt      3  2 0  88  88
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 27
NY-NEW JERSEY 42, Orlando 6 (30046) - Eric Wilkerson ran for three TDs and Anthony Parker scored on a 46- yard interception return as the Knights won their third straight
Barcelona 29, SACRAMENTO 20 (OT) (19045) - With 2:55 remaining in OT, Barcelona's Massimo Manca kicked a 38-yard FG. On the next offensive play, Dragon LB Eric Naposki galloped 27 yards for the game-winning touchdown
FRANKFURT 17, Montreal 7 (25269) - Mike Perez threw two TD passes to Jason Johnson in Frankfurt's win. Perez hit Johnson with a 2-yard TD in the second quarter and a 50-yard TD on the Galaxy's first play of the second half
SUNDAY APRIL 28
LONDON 35, Raleigh-Durham 10 (33997) - Stan Gelbaugh, the WLAF's top-ranked passer, threw for 361 yards and three TDs to lead the unbeaten Monarchs past winless Raleigh-Durham. London overcame four turnovers
MONDAY APRIL 29
BIRMINGHAM 16, San Antonio 12 (8114) - Brent Pease threw two TD passes to Steve Avery as the Fire scored all of its points in 3 1/2 minutes in the second quarter. The Fire withstood a fourth-quarter rally by the Riders
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
NY-New Jersey  3  3 0 156  94 Orlando        2  4 0 131 195
Montreal       2  4 0  67 155 Raleigh-Durham 0  6 0  90 195
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    3  3 0 125 100 London         6  0 0 188  59
Birmingham     3  3 0  79 120 Barcelona      5  1 0 155  86
Sacramento     2  4 0  78  97 Frankfurt      4  2 0 105  95
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 4
Frankfurt 17, ORLANDO 14 (11270) - Tony Baker scored on fourth-and-one and then added the 2-point conversion with 2:07 remaining as the Galaxy won its third straight. Baker set a league record for recieving with 173 yards
BARCELONA 11, Birmingham 6 (31490) - Lydell Carr rushed for his seventh TD of the season and the defense forced five turnovers and a safety as the Dragons a WLAF game. Dragons defensive end Bruce Clark sealed the win when he blocked Eric Jones' two-point conversion pass with 9 minutes, 24 seconds to play. Massimo Manca added a field goal five minutes later.
Montreal 26, SACRAMENTO 23 (OT) (17326) - Richard Shelton returned a punt 67 yards for a TD and a kickoff 90 yards for another as the Machine rallied
SUNDAY MAY 5
NY-New Jersey 42, RALEIGH-DURHAM 6 (30046) - Jeff Graham threw two TD passes and ran for a TD as the Knights rolled. Graham completed 13 of 24 passes for 180 yards as the Knights took a 21-0 halftime lead.
MONDAY MAY 6
London 38, SAN ANTONIO 15 (12328) - Stan Gelbaugh passed for three TDs and Jeff Alexander ran for two as the Monarchs remained perfect. Gelbaugh rallied from two first-quarter interceptions to complete 18 of 26 passes
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
NY-New Jersey  4  3 0 198 100 Orlando        2  5 0 145 212
Montreal       3  4 0  93 178 Raleigh-Durham 0  7 0  96 237
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    3  4 0 140 138 London         7  0 0 226  74
Birmingham     3  4 0  85 131 Barcelona      6  1 0 166  92
Sacramento     2  5 0 101 123 Frankfurt      5  2 0 122 109
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 11
London 22, NY-NEW JERSEY 7 (41219) - The Monarchs became the first team to clinch a playoff berth as they recorded a league-record 14 sacks. FS Falanda Newton had three interceptions for the Knights
BARCELONA 17, San Antonio 7 (23670) - Lydell Carr's eighth TD of the season helped the Dragons avenge their only loss. Carr's 1-yard run capped a 13-play drive on Barcelona's first possession.
ORLANDO 45, Sacramento 33 (20048) - Eric Mitchel rushed for a club-record 108 yards and three TDs as the Thunder broke a five-game losing streak, while QB Kerwin Bell threw five TD passes
SUNDAY MAY 12
FRANKFURT 10, Birmingham 3 (28127) - Tony Baker's 6-yard TD run rallied the Galaxy. Baker's score, with 2:06 left in the third, snapped a 3-3 tie. Birmingham's only points came on a second quarter Win Lyle field goal
MONDAY MAY 13
MONTREAL 15, Raleigh-Durham 6 (20123) - Michael Proctor threw a 10-yard pass to K.D. Dunn for the game's only TD, and Bjorn Nittmo kicked two FGs as the Machine moved into a first-place tie with the Knights in the North
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
NY-New Jersey  4  4 0 205 122 Orlando        3  5 0 190 245
Montreal       4  4 0 108 184 Raleigh-Durham 0  8 0 102 252
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    3  5 0 147 155 London         8  0 0 248  81
Birmingham     3  5 0  88 141 Barcelona      7  1 0 183  99
Sacramento     2  6 0 134 168 Frankfurt      6  2 0 132 112
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY MAY 18
London 45, SACRAMENTO 21 (21409) - Jon Horton caught eight passes, one for a 30-yard TD and Stan Gelbaugh threw for 325 yards before the first sellout crowd in WLAF history
SUNDAY MAY 19
SAN ANTONIO 27, Montreal 10 (20234) - Mike Johnson passed for 200 yards and San Antonio's swarming defense forced three fumbles that were converted into points Sunday, powering the Riders to the win
Frankfurt 10, BARCELONA 3 (29753) - Mike Perez tossed a short pass to Tony Baker for the game's only TD in the second quarter as the Galaxy tied the Dragons for the wildcard lead
MONDAY MAY 20
Orlando 20, RALEIGH-DURHAM14 (4207) - Errol Tucker returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a TD and intercepted a pass in the end zone with 1:08 left to snuff out the Skyhawks' chances at their first win
BIRMINGHAM 24, NY-New Jersey 14 (31211) - Birmingham's defense scored two TDs on turnovers and punter Kirk Maggio threw a 65-yard TD pass as the Fire moved into a first-place tie with San Antonio in the West
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        4  5 0 210 259 Montreal       4  5 0 118 211
NY-New Jersey  4  5 0 219 146 Raleigh-Durham 0  9 0 116 272
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    4  5 0 174 156 X-London       9  0 0 293 102
Birmingham     4  5 0 112 155 Barcelona      7  2 0 186 109
Sacramento     2  7 0 155 213 Frankfurt      7  2 0 142 115
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY MAY 25
Birmingham 28, RALEIGH-DURHAM 7 (16335) - The Fire clinched a playoff berth, as Stacey Mobley scored on a 5-yard run late in the first. Early in the third, James Henry returned a punt 50 yards for a TD and a 14-7 lead
Sacramento 24, FRANKFURT 13 (51263) - Mike Elkins threw scoring passes of 6 and 5 yards, helping the Surge beat Frankfurst before the largest WLAF crowd in Europe, knocking the Galaxy out of the playoffs
NY-NEW JERSEY 38, San Antonio 9 (32857) - Facing playoff elimination and a defense looking to add to his league-record 60 sacks, Kent Graham completed 15 of 19 passes for 249 yards and two TDs for the Knights
MONDAY MAY 27
Barcelona 20, LONDON 17 (50835) - Scott Erney threw two TD passes to Demetrius Davis as the Dragons upset the previously undefeated Monarchs, and beat out Frankfurt for the wild-card berth
Orlando 33, MONTREAL 27 (OT) (23493) - Thunder QB Kerwin Bell hit Byron Williams with a 22-yard TD pass 1:34 into OT. The Machine forced OT on the final play of regulation time when Bjorn Nittmo kicked a 37-yard FG
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Z-NY-NJ        5  5 0 257 155 Montreal       4  6 0 145 244
Orlando        5  5 0 242 286 Raleigh-Durham 0 10 0 123 300
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
X-Birmingham   5  5 0 140 162 Z-London       9  1 0 310 121
San Antonio    4  6 0 176 196 X-Barcelona    8  2 0 206 126
Sacramento     3  7 0 179 226 Frankfurt      7  3 0 155 139
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Wild Card
1991 WLAF PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
Sat June 1 - Barcelona (8-2) 10, BIRMINGHAM (5-5) 3 (37590) - Scott Erney threw a six-yard pass to Thomas Woods for the only TD as Barcelona defeated the turnover-plagued Fire. Erney's touchdown pass came with 10 seconds remaining in the first half, capping a 14-play, 89-yard drive which put the Dragons ahead 10-0
Sun June 2 - London (9-1) 42, NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY (5-5) 26 (23149) - After blowing a 17-0 lead and two fourth-quarter scoring opportunities today, the Knights allowed London to steal a victory. Knights QB Jeff Graham was 19 of 35 for 399 yards, two TDs and three interceptions, while London QB Stan Gelbaugh was 25 of 41 for 391 yards, 5 TDs and 3 interceptions
WORLD BOWL 1991 (Sunday June 9, 1991 at London - 61,108)
LONDON MONARCHS (10-1) 21, BARCELONA DRAGONS (9-2) - London won the first WLAF title beating Barcelona on two TD passes by Stan Gelbaugh and three interceptions by Dan Crossman, one for a TD. The Monarchs also avenged their only defeat in 11 games. They took a 21-0 halftime lead, then stifled a series of second-half threats by the Dragons, who had six turnovers
N. York-New Jersey (5-5)
Birmingham (5-5)
London (9-1)
San Antonio (4-6)
Barcelona (8-2)
Orlando (5-5)
Montreal (4-6)
Sacramento (3-7)
Frankfurt (7-3)
Raleigh-Durham (0-10)
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY JULY 5
NEW ORLEANS 39, Dallas 37 (7527) - Marco Morales kicked a 52-yard FG as time expired, to lead the Night to the win. Morales made four FGs on the night, with a 48-yarder put the Night ahead, 36-30, with 39 seconds to go.
SATURDAY JULY 6
Denver 52, COLUMBUS 44 (3683) - Dynamite QB Mike Hold passed for 180 yards and six TDs, while Fred Dussett caught three TDs. Winless Columbus lost its sixth straight game, as QB Major Harris ran for four TDs.
ALBANY 44, Orlando 36 (9772) - Orlando, needing a TD and 2-point conversion to tie, started its final drive at its 17 with 1:52 to go, but the drive ended with 20 seconds left, with an incomplete pass in the end zone.
MONDAY JULY 8
Tampa Bay 39, DETROIT 28 (13410) - Jay Gruden, who was replaced by Chip Ferguson last week, threw for 244 yards and ran for a TD as the Storm won their fifth in a rown and broke a nine-game Drive winning streak.
Detroit        5  1 0 246 183 Dallas         3  3 0 209 187
Tampa Bay      5  1 0 270 209 New Orleans    2  4 0 169 231
Denver         4  2 0 236 195 Orlando        2  4 0 211 252
Albany         3  3 0 245 224 Columbus       0  6 0 143 248
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY JULY 12
Albany 28, ORLANDO 25 (13104) - Albany opened the scoring with an assist from Orlando. Aided by an illegal rushing penalty on a 33-yard missed FG, Tom Porras threw his 19th TD pass of the season and Albany rolled.
SATURDAY JULY 13
NEW ORLEANS 47, Columbus 15 (7749) - 
TAMPA BAY 30, Denver 13 (24445) - queezed inside the Florida Suncoast Dome was the largest crowd in Arena Football history. And they were being treated to the dullest first half in Arena Football history, 3-0 Storm.
Detroit 38, DALLAS 13 (9875) - 
Detroit        6  1 0 284 196 Dallas         3  4 0 222 225
Tampa Bay      6  1 0 300 222 New Orleans    3  4 0 216 246
Albany         4  3 0 273 249 Orlando        2  5 0 236 280
Denver         4  3 0 249 225 Columbus       0  7 0 158 295
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY JULY 19
ORLANDO 44, New Orleans 29 (12103) - Ben Bennett, starting his first game for the injured Reggie Collier after being acquired from Dallas, showed why he was the MVP three years ago in keeping Orlando's playoff hopes alive.
Detroit 56, COLUMBUS 20 (5293) - Former Ohio State QB Art Schlichter made a triumphant return to Columbus when he led the Drive to an easy win and a berth in the AFL playoffs.
DENVER 51, Tampa Bay 34 (7113) - Before a season-high crowd, Denver all but clinched a berth in the playoffs. Down 27-21 at the half, the Dynamite played tough defense and scored 30 second-half points.
SATURDAY JULY 20
ALBANY 48, Dallas 26 (11901) - The Firebirds scored 21 second-quarter points last night to break open a tight game. Dallas coach Drew Pearson lost his cool and was assessed two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties.
X-Detroit      7  1 0 340 216 Dallas         3  5 0 248 273
X-Tampa Bay    6  2 0 334 273 New Orleans    3  5 0 245 290
Albany         5  3 0 321 275 Orlando        3  5 0 280 309
Denver         5  3 0 300 259 Columbus       0  8 0 178 351
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY JULY 26
DETROIT 36, Dallas 10 (18168) - 
DENVER 52, Columbus 46 (OT) (8472) - QB Mike Hold scored on a four-yard bootleg in OT for the win. The winless 'Bolts took a 39-32 lead with 4:39 left, but the Dynamite, who have been put up for sale, tied it two minutes later.
SATURDAY JULY 27
NEW ORLEANS 50, Albany 49 (9502) - 
Tampa Bay 26, ORLANDO 16 (13680) - With starting QB Jay Gruden out with a shoulder injury, Tampa Bay's duo of Chip Ferguson and John Darnell helped the Storm clinch home-field in the first round of the playoffs. 
X-Detroit      8  1 0 376 226 New Orleans    4  5 0 295 339
X-Tampa Bay    7  2 0 347 289 Dallas         3  6 0 258 309
X-Denver       6  3 0 352 305 Orlando        3  6 0 296 335
Albany         5  4 0 370 325 Columbus       0  9 0 224 403
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY AUGUST 2
TAMPA BAY 62, New Orleans 19 (21683) - Jay Gruden threw for four TDs and Stevie Thomas had four TD receptions as the Storm clinched second place and set a league record with an average attendance of 17,094.
DETROIT 60, Denver 37 (16584) - Art Schlichter threw for five TD and George LaFrance scored four times as the Drive whipped the Dynamite to clinch first place.
SATURDAY AUGUST 3
ALBANY 57, Columbus 17 (12116) - The Firebirds clinched the first playoff berth in team history, and give Columbus a winless record despite QB Major Harris' AFL-record 429 rushing yards.
DALLAS 28, Orlando 25 (OT) (6244) - Reggie Collier threw two TDs in relief of Ben Bennett in the third quarter to keep the Predators in the game, but Jim Power's overtime field goal gave the Texans the win.
X-Detroit      9  1 0 437 262 New Orleans    4  6 0 314 401
X-Tampa Bay    8  2 0 421 309 Dallas         4  6 0 286 334
X-Denver       6  4 0 389 365 Orlando        3  7 0 321 363
X-Albany       6  4 0 427 342 Columbus       0 10 0 241 460
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1991 AFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
August 9, 1991 - DETROIT (9-1) 37, Albany (6-4) 35 (18,112) - The Drive kept their hopes for a fourth straight title alive, despite ten penalites. Albany K Gary Gussman missed a 32-yard FG with 37 seconds to give Detroit the win.
August 9, 1991 - TAMPA BAY (8-2) 40, Denver (6-4) 13 (18,485) - Jay Gruden hit Stevie Thomas on three TD passes, while Lynn Bradford rushed for a playoff record three TDs as the Storm cruised to a 28-0 lead.
ARENA BOWL V (August 17, 1991 at Detroit - 20,357)
TAMPA BAY STORM (9-2) 48, DETROIT DRIVE (10-1) 42 - Even with Jay Gruden throwing three interceptions,  the game was tied in the final minute. Art Schlichter tossed four TD passes for the Drive and his favorite target was Gary Mullen  - 7 catches for 130 yards and 2 TDs. With the score tied 42-42 and 39 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Stevie Thomas made a one handed grab of a 35-yard Jay Gruden TD pass to give the Storm the lead. A missed extra point gave Detroit hope and the score stood at 48-42. The Storm held on to win the league title in their first year.  Jay Gruden set Arena Bowl records with five touchdown passes and 298 yards through the air. 
Detroit (9-1)
Tampa Bay (8-2)
Denver (6-4)
New Orleans (4-6)
Dallas (4-6)
Orlando (3-7)
Albany (6-4)
Columbus (0-10)
Chicago Bears (11-5)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka
Minnesota Vikings (8-8)
Head Coach: Jerry Burns
Cleveland Browns (6-10)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-9)
Head Coach: Chuck Noll
Green Bay Packers (4-12)
Head Coach: Lindy Infante
New Orleans Saints (11-5)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Cincinnati Bengals (3-13)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
Atlanta Falcons (10-6)
Head Coach: Jerry Glanville
San Francisco 49ers (10-6)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Los Angeles Rams (3-13)
Head Coach: John Robinson
Denver Broncos (12-4)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Oakland Raiders (9-7)
Head Coach: Art Shell
Seattle Seahawks (7-9)
Head Coach: Chuck Knox
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-13)
Head Coach: Richard Williamson
San Diego Chargers (4-12)
Head Coach: Dan Henning










Washington Redskins (14-2)
Head Coach: Joe Gibbs
Buffalo Bills (13-3)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
Dallas Cowboys (11-5)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
New York Jets (8-8)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet
Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)
Head Coach: Rich Kotite
New York Giants (8-8)
Head Coach: Ray Handley
Miami Dolphins (8-8)
Head Coach: Don Shula
New England Patriots (6-10)
Head Coach: Dick MacPherson 
Houston Oilers (11-5)
Head Coach: Jack Pardee
Phoenix Cardinals (4-12)
Head Coach: Joe Bugel
Indianapolis Colts (1-15)
Head Coach: Ron Meyer (0-5) and Rick Venturi (1-10)
Detroit Lions (12-4)
Head Coach: Wayne Fontes