TEAMS MOVING IN 1992 : Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks to Ohio Glory
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY MARCH 21
SACRAMENTO 20, Birmingham 6 (17920) - David Archer passed for 272 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Surge. Birmingham's only points came on a pair of Philip Doyle FGs, one a 50-yarder
Frankfurt 17, BARCELONA 0 (25788) - Mike Perez hit tight end Chad Fortune with a 38-yard scoring pass, and LB Willie Don Wright recovered a fumble in the end zone for the Galaxy
SUNDAY MARCH 22
SAN ANTONIO 17, Montreal 16 (10698) - Chris Thieneman forced a fumble by sacking Montreal QB Anthony Dilweg late to seal the win. Mark Ledbetter recovered the ball. Riders RB Ivory Lee Brown ran for 123 yards and one TD
LONDON 26, NY-New Jersey 20 (OT) (30167) -  London LB William Kirksey scored on a 24-yard interception return in OT. Kirksey intercepted Reggie Slack`s errant pass over the middle and ran into the end zone untouched
ORLANDO 13, Ohio 9 (10622) - Orlando held off a late Ohio rally, while QB Scott Mitchell completed 20 of 36 passes for 221 yards and one TD. GLory RB Amir Rasul ran for a record 152 yards
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        1  0 0  13   9 NY-New Jersey  0  1 0  20  26
Montreal       0  1 0  16  17 Ohio           0  1 0   9  13
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Frankfurt      1  0 0  17   0 Sacramento     1  0 0  20   6
London         1  0 0  26  20 San Antonio    1  0 0  17  16
Barcelona      0  1 0   0  17 Birmingham     0  1 0   6  20
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 28
MONTREAL 31, Orlando 29 (36022) - Bjorn Nittmo's 28-yard FG with 12 seconds left Montreal. Orlando trailed 28-15 early in the fourth quarter, before rallying to take the lead
Frankfurt 31, LONDON 28 (21799) - Robbie Keen kicked a 20-yard FG with 12 seconds left to give Frankfurt the win. Keen's FG, his third of the game, capped a 74-yard drive in the game's final two minutes
BARCELONA 15, NY-New Jersey 14 (17780) - Dragons QB Scott Erney threw a 6-yard TD pass to Dempsey Norman with 11 seconds left. Norman outleaped CB Tony Jones for the ball
SUNDAY MARCH 29
Sacramento 17, OHIO 6 (37837) - George Bethune recovered an Ohio Glory fumble and ran 1 yard for a TD to help the Surge ruin Ohio's home debut. Babe Laufenberg dropped back from his 8 to pass and fumbled
BIRMINGHAM 17, S. Antonio 10 (16250) - Arthur Hunter returned an interception 32 yards for a TD as the Fire beat the mistake-prone Riders.  San Antonio outgained the Fire 341 yards to 171
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Montreal       1  1 0  47  46 NY-New Jersey  0  2 0  34  41
Orlando        1  1 0  42  40 Ohio           0  2 0  15  30
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     2  0 0  37  12 Frankfurt      2  0 0  48  28
San Antonio    1  1 0  27  33 Barcelona      1  1 0  15  31
Birmingham     1  1 0  37  30 London         1  1 0  54  51
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 4
BARCELONA 13, London 7 (19337) - Scott Erney threw an 86-yard TD to Thomas Woods on the first play from scrimmage pass and Teddy Garcia kicked two FGs to lead the Dragons in a rematch of World Bowl I
SACRAMENTO 14, Montreal 7 (21024) - Relying on one of the WLAF's best defenses, the Surge remained the only unbeaten team in the West. The winning TD came on a 1-yard plunge by Mike Pringle with 2:11 left
San Antonio 9, NY-NEW JERSEY 3 (33659) - Jim Gallery kicked three second-half FGs to lead the Riders. On the final play of the game, Kip Lewis could not handle a low pass by Knights QB Brent Pease in the end zone
SUNDAY APRIL 5
Birmingham 17, FRANKFURT 7 (33857) - Elroy Harris scored two TDs, as the Fire beat the previously unbeaten Galaxy. Harris scored on a 10-yard run and pulled in a 9-yard shovel pass from Mike Norseth to lead the Fire
Orlando 28, OHIO 3 (31232) - Scott Mitchell completed 20 of 28 pass attempts for 266 yards and three TDs to lead Orlando over the winless Glory. Both Thunder victories so far this season have come against Ohio
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        2  1 0  70  43 NY-New Jersey  0  3 0  37  50
Montreal       1  2 0  54  60 Ohio           0  3 0  18  58
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     3  0 0  51  19 Barcelona      2  1 0  28  38
San Antonio    2  1 0  36  36 Frankfurt      2  1 0  55  45
Birmingham     2  1 0  54  37 London         1  2 0  61  64
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY APRIL 11
Barcelona 20, FRANKFURT 17 (34376) - Scott Erney fired a 9-yard TD pass to Tony Moss with less than three minutes to play to cap the comeback. Frankfurt blew a 17-0 lead built on two TD passes by QB Mike Perez
San Antonio 23, SACRAMENTO 20 (OT) (20625) - Jim Gallery's 28-yard FG with 6:12 to play in OT lifted the Riders. Sacramento was stopped on its lone possession in the extra session and lost for the first time in four games
LONDON 17, Birmingham 17 (OT) (20370) - A 42 yard Philip Doyle FG as time expired resulted in the first tie game ever in the WLAF. Fire QB Mike Norseth completed 25 of 40 passes for 251 yards
SUNDAY APRIL 12
ORLANDO 39, NY-New Jersey 21 (31191) - Scott Mitchell threw two TDs in Orlando's 22-point second quarter. Orlando capitalized on a league-record seven turnovers by the Knights to remain atop the North American East
MONTREAL 31, Ohio 20 (28533) - Machine QB Anthony Dilweg threw a 14-yard TD pass to Reggie Bynum and ran for another. On Ohio's third play, Machine LB Reggie McKenzie returned an interception 26 yards for a TD
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        3  1 0 109  64 NY-New Jersey  0  4 0  58  89
Montreal       2  2 0  85  80 Ohio           0  4 0  38  89
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     3  1 0  71  42 Barcelona      3  1 0  48  55
San Antonio    3  1 0  59  56 Frankfurt      2  2 0  72  65
Birmingham     2  1 1  71  54 London         1  2 1  78  81
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY APRIL 18
Barcelona 9, LONDON 0 (18518) - Teddy Garcia kicked three FGs, including a league-record 51-yarder, as the Dragons shut out London to sweep the series between the two teams and maintain its hold on first place
BIRMINGHAM 28, Sacramento 14 (20794) - Mike Norseth threw two TD passes Saturday, leading the Fire. Norseth put the Fire ahead with a 56-yard TD pass to Eddie Britton in the fourth quarter
NY-NEW JERSEY 24, Frankfurt 21 (24943) - Kendall Trainor's 32-yard FG as time ran out gave the Knights their first win. Trainor's kick came one play after his 37-yard miss was nullified by a roughing-the-kicker penalty
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6
TAMPA BAY 23, Phoenix 6
Minnesota 23, GREEN BAY 20 (OT)
DENVER 17, LA Raiders 13
ATLANTA 20, NY Jets 17
Pittsburgh 29, HOUSTON 24
San Francisco 31, NY GIANTS 14
BUFFALO 40, LA Rams 7
Kansas City 24, SAN DIEGO 10
CINCINNATI 21, Seattle 3
CHICAGO 27, Detroit 24
PHILADELPHIA 15, New Orleans 13
INDIANAPOLIS 14, Cleveland 3
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
DALLAS 23, Washington 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         1  0 0  23  10 Buffalo        1  0 0  40   7
Philadelphia   1  0 0  15  13 Indianapolis   1  0 0  14   3
Washington     0  1 0  10  23 New England    0  0 0   0   0
NY Giants      0  1 0  14  31 Miami          0  0 0   0   0
Phoenix        0  1 0   6  23 NY Jets        0  1 0  17  20
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        1  0 0  27  24 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  29  24
Tampa Bay      1  0 0  23   6 Cincinnati     1  0 0  21   3
Minnesota      1  0 0  23  20 Cleveland      0  1 0   3  14
GREEN BAY      0  1 0  20  23 Houston        0  1 0  24  29
Detroit        0  1 0  24  27 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         1  0 0  17  13
San Francisco  1  0 0  31  14 Kansas City    1  0 0  24  10
Atlanta        1  0 0  20  17 LA Raiders     0  1 0  13  17
New Orleans    0  1 0  13  15 San Diego      0  1 0  10  24
LA Rams        0  1 0   7  40 Seattle        0  1 0   3  21
NOTE: N. England at Miami rescheduled for 10-18 due to Hurricane Andrew.
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Philadelphia 31, PHOENIX 14
DETROIT 31, Minnesota 17
Dallas 34, NY GIANTS 28
CINCINNATI 24, LA Raiders 21 (OT)
WASHINGTON 24, Atlanta 17
TAMPA BAY 31, Green Bay 3
DENVER 21, San Diego 13
Buffalo 34, SAN FRANCISCO 31
Houston 20, INDIANAPOLIS 10
LA RAMS 14, New England 0
NEW ORLEANS 28, Chicago 6
KANSAS CITY 26, Seattle 7
PITTSBURGH 27, NY Jets 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14
Miami 27, CLEVELAND 23
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         2  0 0  57  38 Buffalo        2  0 0  74  38
Philadelphia   2  0 0  46  27 Miami          1  0 0  27  23
Washington     1  1 0  34  40 Indianapolis   1  1 0  24  23
NY Giants      0  2 0  42  65 New England    0  1 0   0  14
Phoenix        0  2 0  20  54 NY Jets        0  2 0  27  47
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tampa Bay      2  0 0  54   9 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  56  34
Chicago        1  1 0  33  52 Cincinnati     2  0 0  45  24
Minnesota      1  1 0  40  51 Houston        1  1 0  44  39
Detroit        1  1 0  55  44 Cleveland      0  2 0  26  41
GREEN BAY      0  2 0  23  54 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  0 0  38  26
San Francisco  1  1 0  62  48 Kansas City    2  0 0  50  17
Atlanta        1  1 0  37  41 LA Raiders     0  2 0  34  41
New Orleans    1  1 0  41  21 San Diego      0  2 0  23  45
LA Rams        1  1 0  21  40 Seattle        0  2 0  10  47
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
GREEN BAY 24, Cincinnati 23
HOUSTON 23, Kansas City 20 (OT)
DALLAS 31, Phoenix 20
Pittsburgh 23, SAN DIEGO 6
Cleveland 28, LA RAIDERS 16
MIAMI 26, LA Rams 10
New Orleans 10, ATLANTA 7
PHILADELPHIA 30, Denver 0
MINNESOTA 26, Tampa Bay 20
BUFFALO 38, Indianapolis 0
WASHINGTON 13, Detroit 10
Seattle 10, NEW ENGLAND 6
San Francisco 31, NY JETS 14
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
NY Giants 27, CHICAGO 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         3  0 0  88  58 Buffalo        3  0 0 112  38
Philadelphia   3  0 0  76  27 Miami          2  0 0  53  33
Washington     2  1 0  47  50 Indianapolis   1  2 0  24  61
NY Giants      1  2 0  69  79 New England    0  2 0   6  24
Phoenix        0  3 0  40  85 NY Jets        0  3 0  41  78
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      2  1 0  66  71 Pittsburgh     3  0 0  79  40
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  74  35 Cincinnati     2  1 0  68  48
Chicago        1  2 0  47  79 Houston        2  1 0  67  59
Detroit        1  2 0  65  57 Cleveland      1  2 0  54  57
GREEN BAY      1  2 0  47  77 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  1 0  38  56
San Francisco  2  1 0  93  62 Kansas City    2  1 0  70  40
New Orleans    2  1 0  51  28 Seattle        1  2 0  20  53
Atlanta        1  2 0  44  51 San Diego      0  3 0  29  68
LA Rams        1  2 0  31  66 LA Raiders     0  3 0  50  69
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Dallas, Indianapolis, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Washington)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
CHICAGO 41, Atlanta 31
Tampa Bay 27, DETROIT 23
Miami 19, SEATTLE 17
Buffalo 41, NEW ENGLAND 7
GREEN BAY 17, Pittsburgh 3
San Francisco 16, NEW ORLEANS 10
Minnesota 42, CINCINNATI 7
HOUSTON 27, San Diego 0
Denver 12, CLEVELAND 0
LA RAMS 18, NY Jets 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28
KANSAS CITY 27, LA Raiders 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         3  0 0  88  58 Buffalo        4  0 0 153  45
Philadelphia   3  0 0  76  27 Miami          3  0 0  72  50
Washington     2  1 0  47  50 Indianapolis   1  2 0  24  61
NY Giants      1  2 0  69  79 New England    0  3 0  13  65
Phoenix        0  3 0  40  85 NY Jets        0  4 0  51  96
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      3  1 0 108  78 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  82  57
Tampa Bay      3  1 0 101  58 Houston        3  1 0  94  59
Chicago        2  2 0  88 110 Cincinnati     2  2 0  75  89
GREEN BAY      2  2 0  64  80 Cleveland      1  3 0  54  69
Detroit        1  3 0  88  84 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         3  1 0  50  56
San Francisco  3  1 0 109  72 Kansas City    3  1 0  97  47
New Orleans    2  2 0  61  44 Seattle        1  3 0  37  72
LA Rams        2  2 0  49  76 San Diego      0  4 0  29  95
Atlanta        1  3 0  75  92 LA Raiders     0  4 0  57  96
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
ATLANTA 24, Green Bay 10
New Orleans 13, DETROIT 7
NY JETS 30, New England 21
Miami 37, BUFFALO 10
Indianapolis 24, TAMPA BAY 14
SAN DIEGO 17, Seattle 6
MINNESOTA 21, Chicago 20
LA RAIDERS 13, NY Giants 10
PHOENIX 27, Washington 24
DENVER 20, Kansas City 19
SAN FRANCISCO 27, LA Rams 24
MONDAY OCTOBER 5
PHILADELPHIA 31, Dallas 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   4  0 0 107  34 Miami          4  0 0 109  60
Dallas         3  1 0  95  89 Buffalo        4  1 0 163  82
Washington     2  2 0  71  77 Indianapolis   2  2 0  48  75
NY Giants      1  3 0  79  92 NY Jets        1  4 0  81 117
Phoenix        1  3 0  67 109 New England    0  4 0  34  95
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      4  1 0 129  98 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  82  57
Tampa Bay      3  2 0 115  82 Houston        3  1 0  94  59
Chicago        2  3 0 108 131 Cincinnati     2  2 0  75  89
GREEN BAY      2  3 0  74 104 Cleveland      1  3 0  54  69
Detroit        1  4 0  95  97 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         4  1 0  70  75
San Francisco  4  1 0 136  96 Kansas City    3  2 0 116  67
New Orleans    3  2 0  74  51 Seattle        1  4 0  43  89
LA Rams        2  3 0  73  86 San Diego      1  4 0  46 101
Atlanta        2  3 0  99 119 LA Raiders     1  4 0  70 106
WEEK SIX (Bye - Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, San Diego, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
NY GIANTS 31, Phoenix 21
INDIANAPOLIS 6, NY Jets 3 (OT)
Houston 38, CINCINNATI 24
MIAMI 21, Atlanta 17
KAN CITY 24, Philadelphia 17
CLEVELAND 17, Pittsburgh 9
LA RAIDERS 20, Buffalo 3
NEW ORLEANS 13, LA Rams 10
DALLAS 27, Seattle 0
San Francisco 24, NEW ENGLAND 12
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
WASHINGTON 34, Denver 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  1 0 122  89 Miami          5  0 0 130  77
Philadelphia   4  1 0 124  58 Buffalo        4  2 0 166 102
Washington     3  2 0 105  80 Indianapolis   3  2 0  54  78
NY Giants      2  3 0 110 113 NY Jets        1  5 0  84 123
Phoenix        1  4 0  88 140 New England    0  5 0  46 119
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      4  1 0 129  98 Houston        4  1 0 132  83
Tampa Bay      3  2 0 115  82 Pittsburgh     3  2 0  91  74
Chicago        2  3 0 108 131 Cincinnati     2  3 0  99 127
GREEN BAY      2  3 0  74 104 Cleveland      2  3 0  71  78
Detroit        1  4 0  95  97 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         4  2 0  73 109
San Francisco  5  1 0 160 108 Kansas City    4  2 0 140  84
New Orleans    4  2 0  87  61 LA Raiders     2  4 0  90 109
LA Rams        2  4 0  83  99 San Diego      1  4 0  46 101
Atlanta        2  4 0 116 140 Seattle        1  5 0  43 116
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Buffalo, New York Jets)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15
MINNESOTA 31, Detroit 14
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
LA Raiders 19, SEATTLE 0
New Orleans 30, PHOENIX 21
SAN FRANCISCO 56, Atlanta 17
CHICAGO 31, Tampa Bay 14
DALLAS 17, Kansas City 10
LA RAMS 38, NY Giants 17
San Diego 34, INDIANAPOLIS 14
MIAMI 38, New England 17
WASHINGTON 16, Philadelphia 12
CLEVELAND 17, Green Bay 6
DENVER 27, Houston 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 19
PITTSBURGH 20, Cincinnati 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         5  1 0 139  99 Miami          6  0 0 168  94
Philadelphia   4  2 0 136  74 Buffalo        4  2 0 166 102
Washington     4  2 0 121  92 Indianapolis   3  3 0  68 112
NY Giants      2  4 0 127 151 NY Jets        1  5 0  84 123
Phoenix        1  5 0 109 170 New England    0  6 0  63 157
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      5  1 0 160 112 Houston        4  2 0 153 110
Tampa Bay      3  3 0 129 113 Pittsburgh     4  2 0 111  74
Chicago        3  3 0 139 145 Cleveland      3  3 0  88  84
GREEN BAY      2  4 0  80 121 Cincinnati     2  4 0  99 147
Detroit        1  5 0 109 128 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         5  2 0 100 130
San Francisco  6  1 0 216 125 Kansas City    4  3 0 150 101
New Orleans    5  2 0 117  82 LA Raiders     3  4 0 109 109
LA Rams        3  4 0 121 116 San Diego      2  4 0  80 115
Atlanta        2  5 0 133 196 Seattle        1  6 0  43 135
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Atlanta, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
Detroit 38, TAMPA BAY 7
SAN DIEGO 24, Denver 21
HOUSTON 26, Cincinnati 10
Indianapolis 31, MIAMI 20
Cleveland 19, NEW ENGLAND 17
Chicago 30, GREEN BAY 10
Pittsburgh 27, KANSAS CITY 3
PHILADELPHIA 7, Phoenix 3
Dallas 28, LA RAIDERS 13
NY GIANTS 23, Seattle 10
Washington 15, MINNESOTA 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 26
Buffalo 24, NY JETS 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         6  1 0 167 112 Miami          6  1 0 188 125
Philadelphia   5  2 0 143  77 Buffalo        5  2 0 190 122
Washington     5  2 0 136 105 Indianapolis   4  3 0  99 132
NY Giants      3  4 0 150 161 NY Jets        1  6 0 104 147
Phoenix        1  6 0 112 177 New England    0  7 0  80 176
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      5  2 0 173 127 Houston        5  2 0 179 120
Chicago        4  3 0 169 155 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 138  77
Tampa Bay      3  4 0 136 151 Cleveland      4  3 0 107 101
GREEN BAY      2  5 0  90 151 Cincinnati     2  5 0 109 173
Detroit        2  5 0 147 135 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         5  3 0 121 154
San Francisco  6  1 0 216 125 Kansas City    4  4 0 153 128
New Orleans    5  2 0 117  82 San Diego      3  4 0 104 136
LA Rams        3  4 0 121 116 LA Raiders     3  5 0 122 137
Atlanta        2  5 0 133 196 Seattle        1  7 0  53 158
WEEK NINE (Bye - Denver, Kansas City, LA Raiders, Seattle)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
DALLAS 20, Philadelphia 10
NY Giants 24, WASHINGTON 7
PHOENIX 24, San Francisco 14
PITTSBURGH 21, Houston 20
Green Bay 27, DETROIT 13
BUFFALO 16, New England 7
SAN DIEGO 26, Indianapolis 0
ATLANTA 30, LA Rams 28
NEW ORLEANS 23, Tampa Bay 21
CINCINNATI 30, Cleveland 10
NY JETS 26, Miami 14                
MONDAY NOVEMBER 2
Minnesota 38, CHICAGO 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         7  1 0 187 122 Miami          6  2 0 202 151
Philadelphia   5  3 0 153  97 Buffalo        6  2 0 206 129
Washington     5  3 0 143 129 Indianapolis   4  4 0  99 158
NY Giants      4  4 0 174 168 NY Jets        2  6 0 130 161
Phoenix        2  6 0 136 191 New England    0  8 0  87 192 
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      6  2 0 211 137 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 159  97
Chicago        4  4 0 179 193 Houston        5  3 0 199 141
Tampa Bay      3  5 0 157 174 Cleveland      4  4 0 117 131
GREEN BAY      3  5 0 117 164 Cincinnati     3  5 0 139 183
Detroit        2  6 0 160 162 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         5  3 0 121 154
San Francisco  6  2 0 230 149 Kansas City    4  4 0 153 128
FOLDING: Denver Dynamite ADDED: Sacramento Attack, San Antonio Force, Cincinnati Rockers, Charlotte Rage, Arizona Rattlers
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY MAY 29
DALLAS 49, Sacramento 29 (5034) - Tyrone Thurman caught TD passes of 30 and 13 yards and returned an errant FG attempt 56 yards for a TD as Dallas rallied from a 20-18 halftime deficit to ruin the Attack's debut.
Tampa Bay 39, ORLANDO 32 (11312) - The game was tied 22-22 at the half and would come down to a Jay Gruden TD pass with 4.5 seconds to go to Ralph Jarvis, a lineman who was tight end eligible.
SATURDAY MAY 30
ALBANY 62, Arizona 35 (12260) - 
CINCINNATI 37, Detroit 34 (14317) - 
CHARLOTTE 43, New Orleans 23 (17204) - The Rage broke a league record for opening-night attendance in winning their opener. The Rage scored its first touchdown on a 38-yard pass from Scooter Molander.
CLEVELAND 36, San Antonio 34 (12323) - 
NORTHERN                      SOUTHN
Albany         1  0 0  62  35 Charlotte      1  0 0  43  23
Cincinnati     1  0 0  37  34 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  39  32
Cleveland      1  0 0  36  34 New Orleans    0  1 0  23  43
Detroit        0  1 0  34  37 Orlando        0  1 0  32  39
WESTERN
Dallas         1  0 0  49  29 San Antonio    0  1 0  34  36
Arizona        0  1 0  35  62 Sacramento     0  1 0  29  49
WEEK TWO
THURSDAY JUNE 4
Orlando 58, SACRAMENTO 47 (6061) - Sacramento erased the 15-point deficit and took a short-lived 47-44 lead, only to be crushed by the Predators, who shook off a stubborn Attack team and spoiled the Attack's home opener. 
SATURDAY JUNE 6
CLEVELAND 44, Charlotte 28 (8543) - With Cleveland leading 25-21 with nine minutes to go, K Chris Drennan missed FG attempts. And twice the ball bounced off the nets into the hands of Cleveland players in the end zone.
SAN ANTONIO 43, Arizona 29 (11308) - San Antonio led 22-10 at halftime, but Arizona played even with the hosts in the third. Long passes were the  route of the Force in the fourth quarter as they pulled away for the win.
Detroit 33, ALBANY 23 (11562) - 
CINCINNATI 64, Dallas 13 (12763) - 
TAMPA BAY 64, New Orleans 60 (16123) - Night WR Brain Wiggins caught four TDs, as the Storm trailed 52-38 with a minute left in the third, before they roared back with 26 unanswered points as Jay Gruden threw for six TDs.
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Cincinnati     2  0 0 101  47 Tampa Bay      2  0 0102  92
Cleveland      2  0 0  80  62 Charlotte      1  1 0  71  67
Albany         1  1 0  85  68 Orlando        1  1 0  90  86
Detroit        1  1 0  67  60 New Orleans    0  2 0  83 107
WESTERN
Dallas         1  1 0  62  93 Arizona        0  2 0  64 105
San Antonio    1  1 0  77  78 Sacramento     0  2 0  76 107
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY JUNE 12
DETROIT 79, Cincinnati 36 (13327) - 
Tampa Bay 39, CHARLOTTE 37 (14093) - The game's final play was a 50 yard FG attempt by Rage place kicker Damon Hartman, who had kicked a 51 yarder in the second quarter. This time, he missed giving Tampa the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 13
ARIZONA 51, Sacramento 36 (15505) - Luis Zendejas kicked three field goals as the Rattlers defeated Sacramento in the first sports event played in the America West Arena in Phoenix
ORLANDO 50, San Antonio 0 (11781) - Predators offensive specialist Herkie Walls returned the opening kickoff 52 yards for a TD and the Predators were on their way to the first shutout in AFL history.
Albany 37, DALLAS 27 (5934) - WR-DB Tyrone Thurman had 247 receiving yards and was named AFL Player of the Week, but it was not enough to keep Dallas for losing their second straight.
SUNDAY JUNE 14
Cleveland 30, NEW ORLEANS 15 (8365) - 
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Cleveland      3  0 0 110  77 Tampa Bay      3  0 0 141 129
Albany         2  1 0 122  95 Orlando        2  1 0 140  86
Cincinnati     2  1 0 137 126 Charlotte      1  2 0 108 106
Detroit        2  1 0 146  96 New Orleans    0  3 0  98 137
WESTERN
Arizona        1  2 0 115 141 San Antonio    1  2 0  77 128
Dallas         1  2 0  89 130 Sacramento     0  3 0 112 158
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY JUNE 19
Orlando 50, DETROIT 49 (13483) - 
Dallas 32, CHARLOTTE 30 (10123) - The Rage rallied from a 29-20 deficit, only to lose their third straight on a last-second field goal by Scott Segrist..
SATURDAY JUNE 20
TAMPA BAY 35, Cleveland 24 (20535) - Major Harris ran 7 yards for a TD to give Cleveland a 7-0 after the first quarter, but the Storm would come back to lead 21-12 at the intermission and 35-18 after three quarters.
ARIZONA 23, New Orleans 15 (15505) - 
Sacramento 38, SAN ANTONIO 15 (11688) - Mike Hold's 11-yard scoring pass to Wayne Coffey in the third quarter got the Attack going. A 38-yard pass from Hold to Bart Schuchts in the final quarter was the clinching TD.
Albany 45, CINCINNATI 44 (13403) - 
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Albany         3  1 0 167 139 Tampa Bay      4  0 0 176 153
Cleveland      3  1 0 134 112 Orlando        3  1 0 190 135
Cincinnati     2  2 0 181 171 Charlotte      1  3 0 138 138
Detroit        2  2 0 195 146 New Orleans    0  4 0 113 160
WESTERN
Arizona        2  2 0 138 156 Sacramento     1  3 0 150 173
Dallas         2  2 0 121 160 San Antonio    1  3 0  92 166
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY JUNE 26
SACRAMENTO 35, Arizona 16 (6215) - In a game marred by fumbles, penalties, dropped passes and just plain ugliness, the Attack scored their first home win in franchise history.
SATURDAY JUNE 27
Cincinnati 40, SAN ANTONIO 7 (11705) - Art Schlichter's three  TD passes led the Rockers, while the Force's only score came on a 14-yard pass from backup quarterback Jason Palumbis to Steve Stutsman in the third quarter.
ORLANDO 29, Charlotte 26 (12436) - Penalties were a big problem for the Rage. The big blow came in the fourth when a 47-yard apparent TD pass from Scooter Molander to Norman Floyd was called back.
ALBANY 47, Cleveland 32 (11926) - 
Detroit 66, NEW ORLEANS 41 (8173) - 
Tampa Bay 49, DALLAS 37 (6238) - Jay Gruden engineered a comeback with three fourth quarter TD passes, twice hitting Stevie Thomas, and the Storm out scored the Texans 27-3 in the final fifteen minutes.
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Albany         4  1 0 214 171 Tampa Bay      5  0 0 215 190
Cincinnati     3  2 0 221 178 Orlando        4  1 0 219 161
Cleveland      3  2 0 166 159 Charlotte      1  4 0 164 185
Detroit        3  2 0 261 187 New Orleans    0  5 0 154 226
WESTERN
Arizona        2  3 0 154 191 Sacramento     2  3 0 185 189
Dallas         2  3 0 158 209 San Antonio    1  4 0  99 206
New Orleans    6  2 0 140 103 San Diego      4  4 0 130 136
LA Rams        3  5 0 149 146 LA Raiders     3  5 0 122 137
Atlanta        3  5 0 163 224 Seattle        1  7 0  53 158
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8
Cleveland 24, HOUSTON 14
Miami 28, INDIANAPOLIS 0
New Orleans 31, NEW ENGLAND 14
Phoenix 20, LA RAMS 14
Dallas 37, DETROIT 3
KANSAS CITY 16, San Diego 14
Washington 16, SEATTLE 3
DENVER 27, NY Jets 16
PHILADELPHIA 31, LA Raiders 10
BUFFALO 28, Pittsburgh 20
NY GIANTS 27, Green Bay 7
Minnesota 35, TAMPA BAY 7
Cincinnati 31, CHICAGO 28 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 9
San Francisco 41, ATLANTA 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  1 0 224 125 Miami          7  2 0 230 151
Philadelphia   6  3 0 184 107 Buffalo        7  2 0 234 159
Washington     6  3 0 159 132 Indianapolis   4  5 0  99 186
NY Giants      5  4 0 201 175 NY Jets        2  7 0 146 188
Phoenix        3  6 0 156 205 New England    0  9 0 101 223
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      7  2 0 246 144 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 179 125
Chicago        4  5 0 207 224 Houston        5  4 0 213 165
Tampa Bay      3  6 0 164 209 Cleveland      5  4 0 141 145
GREEN BAY      3  6 0 124 191 Cincinnati     4  5 0 170 211
Detroit        2  7 0 163 199 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         6  3 0 148 170
San Francisco  7  2 0 271 152 Kansas City    5  4 0 169 142
New Orleans    7  2 0 171 117 San Diego      4  5 0 144 152
LA Rams        3  6 0 163 166 LA Raiders     3  6 0 132 168
Atlanta        3  6 0 166 265 Seattle        1  8 0  56 174
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15
GREEN BAY 27, Philadelphia 24 at Milwaukee
San Diego 14, CLEVELAND 13
TAMPA BAY 20, Chicago 17
ATLANTA 20, Phoenix 17
LA Rams 27, DALLAS 23
Houston 17, MINNESOTA 13
NY JETS 17, Cincinnati 14
DENVER 27, NY Giants 13
New England 37, INDIANAPOLIS 34 (OT)
LA RAIDERS 20, Seattle 3
PITTSBURGH 17, Detroit 14
KANSAS CITY 35, Washington 16
SAN FRANCISCO 21, New Orleans 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 16
Buffalo 26, MIAMI 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  2 0 247 152 Buffalo       8  2 0 260 179
Philadelphia   6  4 0 208 134 Miami          7  3 0 250 177
Washington     6  4 0 175 167 Indianapolis   4  6 0 133 223
NY Giants      5  5 0 214 202 NY Jets        3  7 0 153 202
Phoenix        3  7 0 173 225 New England    1  9 0 138 257
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      7  3 0 259 161 Pittsburgh     7  3 0 196 139
Chicago        4  6 0 224 244 Houston        6  4 0 230 178
Tampa Bay      4  6 0 184 226 Cleveland      5  5 0 154 159
GREEN BAY      4  6 0 151 215 Cincinnati     4  6 0 184 228
Detroit        2  8 0 177 216 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         7  3 0 175 183
San Francisco  8  2 0 292 172 Kansas City    6  4 0 204 158
New Orleans    7  3 0 191 138 San Diego      5  5 0 158 165
LA Rams        4  6 0 190 189 LA Raiders     4  6 0 152 171
Atlanta        4  6 0 186 282 Seattle        1  9 0  59 194
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22
Dallas 16, PHOENIX 10
BUFFALO 41, Atlanta 14
Green Bay 17, CHICAGO 3
Detroit 19, CINCINNATI 13
MINNESOTA 17, Cleveland 13
Kansas City 24, SEATTLE 14
SAN DIEGO 29, Tampa Bay 14
LA RAIDERS 24, Denver 0
San Francisco 27, LA RAMS 10
MIAMI 19, Houston 16
NEW ENGLAND 24, NY Jets 3
PITTSBURGH 30, Indianapolis 14
Philadelphia 47, NY GIANTS 34
MONDAY NOVEMBER 23
NEW ORLEANS 20, Washington 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         9  2 0 263 162 Buffalo        9  2 0 301 193
Philadelphia   7  4 0 255 168 Miami          8  3 0 269 193
Washington     6  5 0 178 187 Indianapolis   4  7 0 147 253
NY Giants      5  6 0 248 249 NY Jets        3  8 0 156 226
Phoenix        3  8 0 183 241 New England    2  9 0 162 260
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      8  3 0 276 174 Pittsburgh     8  3 0 226 153
GREEN BAY      5  6 0 168 218 Houston        6  5 0 246 197
Tampa Bay      4  7 0 198 255 Cleveland      5  6 0 167 176
Chicago        4  7 0 227 261 Cincinnati     4  7 0 197 247
Detroit        3  8 0 196 229 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         7  4 0 175 207
San Francisco  9  2 0 319 182 Kansas City    7  4 0 228 172
New Orleans    8  3 0 211 141 San Diego      6  5 0 187 179
LA Rams        4  7 0 200 216 LA Raiders     5  6 0 176 171
Atlanta        4  7 0 200 323 Seattle        1 10 0  73 218
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26
DALLAS 30, NY Giants 3
Houston 24, DETROIT 21
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29
Green Bay 19, Tampa Bay 14 at Milwaukee
WASHINGTON 41, Phoenix 3
Pittsburgh 21, CINCINNATI 9
ATLANTA 34, New England 0
Kansas City 23, NY JETS 7
NEW ORLEANS 24, Miami 13
INDIANAPOLIS 16, Buffalo 13 (OT)
SAN DIEGO 27, LA Raiders 3
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Philadelphia 14
CLEVELAND 27, Chicago 14
Minnesota 31, LA RAMS 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 30
SEATTLE 16, Denver 13 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        10  2 0 293 165 Buffalo        9  3 0 314 209
Philadelphia   7  5 0 269 188 Miami          8  4 0 282 217
Washington     7  5 0 219 190 Indianapolis   5  7 0 163 266
NY Giants      5  7 0 251 279 NY Jets        3  9 0 163 249
Phoenix        3  9 0 186 282 New England    2 10 0 162 294
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      9  3 0 307 191 Pittsburgh     9  3 0 247 162
GREEN BAY      6  6 0 187 232 Houston        7  5 0 270 218
Tampa Bay      4  8 0 212 274 Cleveland      6  6 0 194 190
Chicago        4  8 0 241 288 Cincinnati     4  8 0 206 268
Detroit        3  9 0 217 253 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    8  4 0 251 179
San Francisco 10  2 0 339 196 San Diego      7  5 0 214 182
New Orleans    9  3 0 235 154 Denver         7  5 0 188 223
Atlanta        5  7 0 234 323 LA Raiders     5  7 0 179 198
LA Rams        4  8 0 217 247 Seattle        2 10 0  89 231
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 3
NEW ORLEANS 22, Atlanta 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 6
Green Bay 38, Detroit 10 at Milwaukee
LA RAIDERS 28, Kansas City 7
San Diego 27, PHOENIX 21
Dallas 31, DENVER 27
LA Rams 31, TAMPA BAY 27
NY Jets 24, BUFFALO 17
PITTSBURGH 20, Seattle 14
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Miami 3
Washington 28, NY GIANTS 10
Indianapolis 6, NEW ENGLAND 0
PHILADELPHIA 28, Minnesota 17
CLEVELAND 37, Cincinnati 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 7
HOUSTON 24, Chicago 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        11  2 0 324 192 Buffalo        9  4 0 331 233
Philadelphia   8  5 0 297 205 Miami          8  5 0 285 244
Washington     8  5 0 247 200 Indianapolis   6  7 0 169 266
NY Giants      5  8 0 261 307 NY Jets        4  9 0 187 266
Phoenix        3 10 0 207 309 New England    2 11 0 162 300
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      9  4 0 324 219 Pittsburgh    10  3 0 267 176
GREEN BAY      7  6 0 225 242 Houston        8  5 0 294 225
Tampa Bay      4  9 0 239 305 Cleveland      7  6 0 231 211
Chicago        4  9 0 248 312 Cincinnati     4  9 0 227 305
Detroit        3 10 0 227 291 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      8  5 0 241 203
San Francisco 11  2 0 366 199 Kansas City    8  5 0 258 207
New Orleans   10  3 0 257 168 Denver         7  6 0 215 254
Atlanta        5  8 0 248 345 LA Raiders     6  7 0 207 205
LA Rams        5  8 0 248 274 Seattle        2 11 0 103 251
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 12
PHOENIX 19, NY Giants 0
BUFFALO 27, Denver 17
SUNDAY DECEMBER 13
Atlanta 35, TAMPA BAY 7
WASHINGTON 20, Dallas 17
San Fran 20, MINNESOTA 17
CHICAGO 30, Pittsburgh 6
Green Bay 16, HOUSTON 14
Philadelphia 20, SEATTLE 17 (OT)
SAN DIEGO 27, Cincinnati 10
Indianapolis 10, NY JETS 6
New Orleans 37, LA RAMS 14
DETROIT 24, Cleveland 14
KANSAS CITY 27, New England 20 
MONDAY DECEMBER 14
MIAMI 20, LA Raiders 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        11  3 0 341 212 Buffalo       10  4 0 358 250
Philadelphia   9  5 0 317 222 Miami          9  5 0 305 251
Washington     9  5 0 267 217 Indianapolis   7  7 0 179 272
NY Giants      5  9 0 261 326 NY Jets        4 10 0 193 276
Phoenix        4 10 0 226 309 New England    2 12 0 182 327
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      9  5 0 341 239 X-Pittsburgh  10  4 0 273 206
GREEN BAY      8  6 0 241 256 Houston        8  6 0 308 241
Chicago        5  9 0 278 318 Cleveland      7  7 0 245 235
Tampa Bay      4 10 0 246 340 Cincinnati     4 10 0 237 332
Detroit        4 10 0 251 305 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego      9  5 0 268 213
Y-San Francis 12  2 0 386 216 Kansas City    9  5 0 285 227
New Orleans   11  3 0 294 182 Denver         7  7 0 232 281
Atlanta        6  8 0 283 352 LA Raiders     6  8 0 214 225
LA Rams        5  9 0 262 311 Seattle        2 12 0 120 271
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 19
SAN FRAN 21, Tampa Bay 14
NY GIANTS 35, Kansas City 21
SUNDAY DECEMBER 20
CINCINNATI 20, New England 10
San Diego 36, LA RAIDERS 14
PHILADELPHIA 17, Washington 13
INDIANAPOLIS 16, Phoenix 13
Houston 17, CLEVELAND 14
MIAMI 19, NY Jets 17
Buffalo 20, NEW ORLEANS 16
DENVER 10, Seattle 6
Minnesota 6, PITTSBURGH 3
DETROIT 16, Chicago 3
GREEN BAY 28, LA Rams 13
MONDAY DECEMBER 21
Dallas 41, ATLANTA 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      12  3 0 382 229 Y-Buffalo     11  4 0 378 266
Philadelphia  10  5 0 334 235 Y-Miami       10  5 0 324 268
Washington     9  6 0 280 234 Indianapolis   8  7 0 195 285
NY Giants      6  9 0 296 347 NY Jets        4 11 0 210 295
Phoenix        4 11 0 239 325 New England    2 13 0 192 347
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   10  5 0 347 242 X-Pittsburgh  10  5 0 276 212
GREEN BAY      9  6 0 269 269 Houston        9  6 0 325 255
Chicago        5 10 0 281 334 Cleveland      7  8 0 259 252
Detroit        5 10 0 267 308 Cincinnati     5 10 0 257 342
Tampa Bay      4 11 0 260 361 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          San Diego     10  5 0 304 227
X-San Francis 13  2 0 407 230 Kansas City    9  6 0 306 262
Y-New Orleans 11  4 0 310 202 Denver         8  7 0 242 287
Atlanta        6  9 0 300 393 LA Raiders     6  9 0 228 261
LA Rams        5 10 0 275 339 Seattle        2 13 0 126 281
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 26
LA Raiders 21, WASHINGTON 20
New Orleans 20, NY JETS 0
SUNDAY DECEMBER 27
Tampa Bay 7, PHOENIX 3
MINNESOTA 27, Green Bay 7
KANSAS CITY 42, Denver 20
LA RAMS 38, Atlanta 27
Miami 16, NEW ENGLAND 13 (OT)
PHILADELPHIA 20, NY Giants 10
HOUSTON 27, Buffalo 3
Indianapolis 21, CINCINNATI 17
San Diego 31, SEATTLE 14
DALLAS 27, Chicago 14
PITTSBURGH 23, Cleveland 13
MONDAY DECEMBER 28
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Detroit 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      13  3 0 409 243 X-Miami       11  5 0 340 281
Y-Philadelph  11  5 0 354 245 Y-Buffalo     11  5 0 381 283
Y-Washington   9  7 0 300 255 Indianapolis   9  7 0 216 302
NY Giants      6 10 0 306 367 NY Jets        4 12 0 220 315
Phoenix        4 12 0 243 332 New England    2 14 0 205 363
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   11  5 0 374 249 X-Pittsburgh  11  5 0 299 225
GREEN BAY      9  7 0 276 296 Y-Houston     10  6 0 352 258
Chicago        5 11 0 295 361 Cleveland      7  9 0 272 275
Tampa Bay      5 11 0 267 365 Cincinnati     5 11 0 274 364
Detroit        5 11 0 273 332 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-San Diego   11  5 0 335 241
X-San Francis 14  2 0 431 236 Y-Kansas City 10  6 0 348 282
Y-New Orleans 12  4 0 330 202 Denver         8  8 0 262 329
Atlanta        6 10 0 327 414 LA Raiders     7  9 0 249 281
LA Rams        6 10 0 313 383 Seattle        2 14 0 140 312
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
1992 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 2) - SAN DIEGO (11-5) 17, Kansas City (10-6) 0
Wildcard (January 3) - BUFFALO (11-5) 41, Houston (10-6) 38 (OT)
Divisional (January 9) - Buffalo (12-5) 24, PITTSBURGH (11-5) 3
Divisional (January 10) - MIAMI (11-5) 31, San Diego (12-5) 0
Conference (January 17) - Buffalo (13-5) 29, MIAMI (12-5) 10
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 2) - Washington (9-7) 24, MINNESOTA (11-5) 7
Wildcard (January 3) - Philadelphia (11-5) 36, NEW ORLEANS (12-4) 20
Divisional (January 9) - SAN FRANCISCO (14-2) 20, Washington (10-7) 13
Divisional (January 10) - DALLAS (13-3) 34, Philadelphia (12-5) 10
Conference (January 17) - Dallas (14-3) 30, SAN FRAN (15-2) 20
























SUPER BOWL 27 (January 31, 1993 at Pasadena)
DALLAS COWBOYS (15-3) 52, BUFFALO BILLS (14-5) 17 - Troy Aikman passed for four touchdowns, Emmitt Smith rushed for 108 yards, and the Cowboys converted nine turnovers into 35 points while coasting to the victory. Dallas's win was its third in its record sixth Super Bowl appearance; the Bills became the first team to drop three in succession. Buffalo led 7-0 until the first two of its record number of turnovers helped the Cowboys take the lead for good late in the opening quarter. First, Dallas safety James Washington intercepted Jim Kelly's pass and returned it 13 yards to the Bills' 47, setting up Aikman's 23-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jay Novacek with 1:36 remaining in the period. On the next play from scrimmage, Kelly was sacked by Charles Haley and fumbled at the Bills' 2-yard line where the Cowboys' Jimmie Jones picked up the loose ball and ran two yards for a touchdown. Dallas, which recovered five fumbles and intercepted four passes, struck just as quickly late in the first half, when Aikman tossed 19- and 18-yard touchdown passes to Michael Irvin 18 seconds apart to give the Cowboys a 28-10 lead at intermission. The second score was set up when Bills running back Thurman Thomas lost a fumble at his 19-yard line. Buffalo scored for the last time when backup quarterback Frank Reich, playing because Kelly was injured while attempting to pass midway through the second quarter, threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Don Beebe on the final play of the third period to trim the deficit to 31-17. But Dallas put the game out of reach by scoring three times in a span of 2:33 of the fourth quarter. Aikman, the game's most valuable player, completed 22 of 30 passes for 273 yards. The victory was the ninth in succession for the NFC over the AFC. 
SUNDAY APRIL 19
SAN ANTONIO 17, Ohio 0 (10422) - Gary Richard returned an interception 53 yards for a TD in the first quarter, setting the pace for the Riders. The game was interrupted for 23 minutes by a hailstorm just before halftime
ORLANDO 16, Montreal 8 (8310) - Tracy Bennett kicked three FGs and the Thunder turned back a late scoring threat for the win. Thunder QB Scott Mitchell was 18 for 39 with 205 yards, one touchdown and one interception
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        4  1 0 125  72 NY-New Jersey  1  4 0  82 110
Montreal       2  3 0  93  96 Ohio           0  5 0  38 106
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    4  1 0  76  56 Barcelona      4  1 0  57  55
Birmingham     3  1 1  99  68 Frankfurt      2  3 0  93  89
Sacramento     3  2 0  85  70 London         1  3 1  78  90
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 25
Orlando 38, FRANKFURT 0 (38104) - Joe Howard Johnson caught two TDs, one a ``Hail Mary'' from Scott Mitchell at the end of the first half, as the Thunder struck for 173 yards and three TDs in the second period
SAN ANTONIO 17, Birmingham 14 (13590) - San Antonio QB Mike Johnson threw for one second-quarter score and safety Chris Oldham returned an interception for another to lead the Riders
SUNDAY APRIL 26
BARCELONA 20, Ohio 10 (49675) - Adrian Jones intercepted two passes and blocked a punt that was recovered for a TD as the Dragons won their fifth in a row and opened a 3-game lead over Frankfurt
Sacramento 31, LONDON 26 (18653) - Surge QB David Archer threw for four TDs, including three to Carl Parker. London was playing their final home game and saw the crowds at Wembley Stadium drop by nearly half
NY-New Jersey 34, MONTREAL 11 (25896) - Cornell Burbage returned a kickoff a World League-record 101 yards in the first quarter, sparking the Knights. QB Reggie Slack threw three TD passes
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Orlando        5  1 0 163  72 NY-New Jersey  2  4 0 116 121
Montreal       2  4 0 104 130 Ohio           0  6 0  48 126
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
San Antonio    5  1 0  93  70 Barcelona      5  1 0  77  65
Sacramento     4  2 0 116  96 Frankfurt      2  4 0  93 127
Birmingham     3  2 1 113  85 London         1  4 1 104 121
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 2
BIRMINGHAM 19, Barcelona 17 (11187) - Mike Norseth threw for 227 yards and two TDs to lead the Fire, who scored a FG in the first quarter and a TD in the second when CB Tracy Sanders returned an interception 70 yards
OHIO 20, Frankfurt 17 (41853) - Jerry Kauric's 46-yard FG as time expired gave the Glory their first WLAF victory. Robbie Keen had kicked a 45-yard field goal to give Frankfurt a 17-17 tie with 44 seconds left
SUNDAY MAY 3
Orlando 39, SAN ANTONIO 21 (12555) - Glenn Rogers returned an interception 59 yards for a TD and Efrum Thomas returned a fumble 79 yards for another score as the Thunder rolled
Sacramento 31, MONTREAL 21 (21183) - David Archer tied a World League record with five TD passes to lead the Surge. Archer, who completed 23 of 37 passes for 370 yards, tied Kerwin Bell's record set last year
NY-NEW JERSEY 41, London 13 (30112) - Knights QB Reggie Slack completed 14 of 17 passes for 220 yards and two TDs, while the Knights'
defense held London to 47 yards rushing and came up with five quarterback
sacks and four turnovers. David Smith had three TDs for the Knights
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Z-Orlando      6  1 0 202  93 Montreal       2  5 0 125 161
NY-New Jersey  3  4 0 157 134 Ohio           1  6 0  68 143
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     5  2 0 147 117 Barcelona      5  2 0  94  84
San Antonio    5  2 0 114 109 Frankfurt      2  5 0 110 147
Birmingham     4  2 1 132 102 London         1  5 1 117 162
Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 9
SACRAMENTO 51, Frankfurt 7 (22720) - David Archer threw for 352 yards and three TDs passes to Eddie Brown and Mike Pringle ran for two TDs as Sacramento remained in first, and allowed Barcelona to clinch the European
ORLANDO 9, London 0 (20268) - Scott Mitchell scored Orlando's lone TD on a one- yard keeper to give the Thunder the win. Tracy Bennett kicked a 21-yard FG in the second quarter as the Thunder won their sixth straight
SUNDAY MAY 10
NY-New Jersey 39, OHIO 33 (OT) (20513) - Joe Johnson's 41-yard interception return on the fourth play of OT gave the Knights the win. The win was the fourth in a row for the Knights, who led by 33-17 early in the fourth
San Antonio 17, BARCELONA 0 (41220) - Riders RB Ivory Lee Brown rushed for 107 yards and a TD in a game that started 45 minutes late due to a truck accident that left Dragons team buses stuck in traffic for almost three hours
BIRMINGHAM 23, Montreal 16 (OT) (9764) - Fire QBMike Norseth completed 19 of 31 passes for 217 yards, and rushed for 74 yards and one TD. Willie Bouyer caught nine passes for 139 yards on the evening
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Z-Orlando      7  1 0 211  93 Montreal       2  6 0 141 184
NY-New Jersey  4  4 0 196 167 Ohio           1  7 0 101 182
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     6  2 0 198 124 Z-Barcelona    5  3 0  94 101
San Antonio    6  2 0 131 109 Frankfurt      2  6 0 117 198
Birmingham     5  2 1 155 118 London         1  6 1 117 171
Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY MAY 16
SACRAMENTO 21, Ohio 7 (21272) - David Archer passed for 360 yards and three TDs as the Sacramento Surge clinched a playoff berth and knocked the Knights out of the playoff race
NY-NEW JERSEY 47, Barcelona 0 (22917) - Despite missing the playoffs, the Knights went out in a blaze of scoring, with QB Reggie Slack and his backup, Doug Pederson, each throwing for two TDs and with two TDs on returns
SUNDAY MAY 17
BIRMINGHAM 24, Orlando 23 (15186) - RB Elroy Harris rushed for 77 yards and two TDs to lead the Fire. Scott Mitchell threw a 3-yard TD pass to Grantis Bell with 1:55 left to cut the margin to 24-23, but the 2-point conversion failed
London 45, MONTREAL 13 (14637) - LB Danny Lockett scored two TDs, a 77-yard fumble return and a 14-yard interception return, and five sacks, while London QB Stan Gelbaugh threw three touchdowns to Bernard Ford
San Antonio 43, FRANKFURT 14 (31600) - Ronnie Williams caught three TD passes for the Riders, who handed the Galaxy their seventh straight loss, and stayed alive in the Western Division title race
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Z-Orlando      7  2 0 234 117 Montreal       2  7 0 154 229
NY-New Jersey  5  4 0 243 167 Ohio           1  8 0 108 203
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Sacramento     7  2 0 219 131 Z-Barcelona    5  4 0  94 148
San Antonio    7  2 0 174 123 London         2  6 1 162 184
Birmingham     6  2 1 179 141 Frankfurt      2  7 0 131 241
X-Clinched Division Title 
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY MAY 23
FRANKFURT 19, London 16 (43259) - Robbie Keen's 38-yard FG broke a tie midway through the fourth quarter and gave Frankfurt the win and snapping a seven-game losing streak
NY-NEW JERSEY 41, Montreal 21 (18277) - The Knights won their sixth straight, with QB Reggie Slack scoring on a 7-yard run and tossing a 27-yard TD pass. Davis Smith scored on a 60-yard punt return, his third of the year
ORLANDO 13, Barcelona 10 (12223) - Tracey Bennett kicked a record 53-yard FG with 14:49 left, giving the Thunder the win. Barcelona had a final chance, but Teddy Garcia missed a 47-yard FG attempt with 10 seconds left
Sacramento 27, SAN ANTONIO 21 (19723) - David Archer passed for 324 yards and the go-ahead TD, rallying the Sacramento Surge to the Western Division title, and keeping the Riders hoping for a Birmingham loss
SUNDAY MAY 24
Birmingham 27, OHIO 24 (23020) - In a game moved back one day, Philip Doyle's 30-yard FG with 1:56 left gave the Fire the final WLAF playoff spot. Doyle's kick was set up by a muffed punt attempt by Ohio's Tom Rouen
NORTH AMERICAN EAST
Z-Orlando      8  2 0 247 127 Montreal       2  8 0 175 274
NY-New Jersey  6  4 0 284 188 Ohio           1  9 0 132 230
NORTH AMERICAN WEST           EUROPEAN
Z-Sacramento   8  2 0 250 152 Z-Barcelona    5  5 0 104 161
X-Birmingham   7  2 1 192 165 Frankfurt      3  7 0 150 257
San Antonio    7  3 0 195 150 London         2  7 1 178 203
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Wild Card
1992 WLAF PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
Sat May 30 - ORLANDO (8-2) 45, Birmingham (7-2-1) 7 (28746) - Joe Howard-Johnson scored two of Orlando's three first-quarter TDs and Scott Mitchell threw three TD passes as the Thunder rolled. The Thunder took a 2-0 lead when Dan Sileo and Willie Wyatt sacked Birmingham QB Mike Norseth in the end zone and never looked back
Sun May 31 - SACRAMENTO (8-2) 17, Barcelona (5-5) 15 (23640) - Cary Blanchard kicked a 46-yard FG with 3:54 left to lead the Surge. On the Dragon's final drive, QB Scott Erney hit Thomas Wood for a 60-yard TD but the play was called back for illegal motion on WR Demetrious Davis
WORLD BOWL 1992 (Sunday June 6, 1992 at Montreal - 43,759)
SACRAMENTO SURGE (9-2) 21, ORLANDO THUNDER (9-2) 17 - The Surge won the second WLAF title as Eddie Brown caught a 3-yard TD pass from David Archer with 5:44 to play. The Surge sealed the victory when DE Mike Sinclair stripped QB Scott Mitchell of the ball and recovered it at the Orlando 34 with 1:56 to play and then ran out the clock. The crowd was about 10,000 short of capacity and almost 18,000 below last year's turnout
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY JULY 2
Orlando 48, TAMPA BAY 33 (20091) - Orlando jumped to an early 17-0 lead, as the Storm were penalized twelve times and Jay Gruden threw a team record five interceptions. Each team had three TDs called back.
Detroit 47, CLEVELAND 36 (10747) - 
FRIDAY JULY 3
ARIZONA 42, Dallas 35 (15505) - 
ALBANY 67, New Orleans 29 (13624) -
CINCINNATI 39, Charlotte 34 (14269) - Trailing 39-27, Charlotte started a drive from its own 5-yard line and drove to the Cincinnati 17. But  Scooter Molander was intercepted by Riley Ware to end the Rage rally.
MONDAY JULY 5
SACRAMENTO 65, San Antonio 35 (7493) - 
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Albany         5  1 0 281 200 Orlando        5  1 0 267 194
Cincinnati     4  2 0 260 212 Tampa Bay      5  1 0 248 238
Detroit        4  2 0 308 223 Charlotte      1  5 0 198 224
Cleveland      3  3 0 202 206 New Orleans    0  6 0 183 293
WESTERN
Arizona        3  3 0 196 226 Dallas         2  4 0 193 251
Sacramento     3  3 0 250 224 San Antonio    1  5 0 134 271
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY JULY 10
CHARLOTTE 51, Sacramento 3 (11598) - The Rage vented five weeks of frustration full of bad plays and questionable calls on the Attack to hold them to their lowest franchise point total.
DETROIT 58, Albany 34 (15366) - 
SATURDAY JULY 11
Orlando 45, NEW ORLEANS 20 (14392) - 
DALLAS 47, San Antonio 35 (6672) - Jitter Fields returned an interception 40 yards for a TD with 48.9 seconds to go to preserve the win. The Force, which trailed, 40-13, at halftime, pulled within 40-29 before Fields' return.
Tampa Bay 59, ARIZONA 28 (15505) - Jay Gruden hit Stevie Thomas for three first half TDs and the Storm lead 40-14 after two quarters. Reggie Berry became the first Storm player to intercept three passes in a game.
Cincinnati 31, CLEVELAND 23 (9316) - 
NORTHERN                            SOUTHERN
Albany         5  2 0 315 258 Orlando        6  1 0 312 214
Cincinnati     5  2 0 291 235 Tampa Bay      6  1 0 307 266
Detroit        5  2 0 366 257 Charlotte      2  5 0 249 227
Cleveland      3  4 0 225 264 New Orleans    0  7 0 203 338
WESTERN
Arizona        3  4 0 224 285 Sacramento     3  4 0 253 275
Dallas         3  4 0 240 286 San Antonio    1  6 0 169 318
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY JULY 17
DETROIT 31, Sacramento 10 (14710) - The Attack lost both of its QBs to knee injuries. Chris Parker, who started in place of Mike Hold, went down with an injury to his left knee in the third. Hold replaced Parker and left hurt.
ORLANDO 71, Arizona 21 (12523) - Wide receiver Herkie Walls caught a pair of TD passes from Ben Bennett, and Barry Wagner and Carl Aikens also had two. Even fullback Jerry Odom threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Aikens.
SATURDAY JULY 18
Charlotte 38, NEW ORLEANS 33 (7447) - The Rage overcame three fumbles and an interception in the end zone to defeat the winless Night and keep their playoff hopes alive.
CINCINNATI 62, Cleveland 20 (14652) - 
SAN ANTONIO 41, Dallas 40 (12419) - James Harvey stepped in and guided the Force to its second victory of the season. Harvey, the Force's leading
receiver, took over at QB spot for the first time this season.
TAMPA BAY 62, Albany 42 (22464) - Jay Gruden (21 of 25 for 305 yards) tossed a record eight TDs as the Storm scored five TDs on five first half drives and led 35-28 at the half. They outscored Albany 20-7 in the fourth,
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
X-Cincinnati   6  2 0 353 255 X-Orlando      7  1 0 383 235
X-Detroit      6  2 0 397 267 X-Tampa Bay    7  1 0 369 308
Albany         5  3 0 357 320 Charlotte      3  5 0 287 260
Cleveland      3  5 0 275 326 New Orleans    0  8 0 236 376
WESTERN
Arizona        3  5 0 245 356 Sacramento     3  5 0 263 306
Dallas         3  5 0 280 327 San Antonio    2  6 0 210 358
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY JULY 23
Dallas 41, SACRAMENTO 38 (8226) - The Attack's Niu Sale's 41-yard TD
catch gave the Attack a short-lived 38-34 lead with 49.5 seconds to play, before Dallas rallied for the win.
FRIDAY JULY 24
Orlando 39, CHARLOTTE 38 (13168) - The Predators scored on a two-point conversion pass from Ben Bennett to Carl Aikens with 39.9 seconds left to take a win and stay tied for first in the Southern Division.
DETROIT 38, Cleveland 20 (16547) - 
SATURDAY JULY 25
ARIZONA 54, San Antonio 31 (15505) - 
Cincinnati 50, ALBANY 40 (13535) - 
Tampa Bay 53, NEW ORLEANS 14 (9021) - Jay Gruden had five TD passes, and Anthony Howard scored on a fumble return and a TD reception. Tampa led 26-14 at the half and held the home team scoreless in the 2nd half.
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
X-Cincinnati   7  2 0 403 295 X-Orlando      8  1 0 322 273
X-Detroit      7  2 0 434 287 X-Tampa Bay    8  1 0 422 322
X-Albany       5  4 0 397 370 Charlotte      3  6 0 305 299
Cleveland      3  6 0 295 364 New Orleans    0  9 0 250 429
WESTERN
Arizona        4  5 0 299 387 Sacramento     3  6 0 301 347
Dallas         4  5 0 321 365 San Antonio    2  7 0 241 412
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY JULY 30
SACRAMENTO 55, Cincinnati 48 (OT) (8226) - The Attack excelled in overtime over the heavily favored Rockers and kept alive the Attack's playoff hopes as Mike Hold threw five TD passes.
FRIDAY JULY 31
ORLANDO 62, New Orleans 8 (12936) - After Jorge Cimdevilla's kickoff bounced around on the goal line and a wild scramble, Carl Aikens emerged from the pile for the touchdown and a 21-0 lead for Orlando.
SATURDAY AUGUST 1
TAMPA BAY 39, Charlotte 32 (21249) - The Rage led 26-19, before the Storm tied it up on the last play of the third quarter. That was the first of 20 unanswered points for the home team, as Stevie Thomas caught four TDs.
Detroit 62, SAN ANTONIO 27 (12957) - Drive QB Gilbert Renfroe completed 15 of 17 passes (an 88.2-percent completion ratio, highest in league history)  for 203 yards and four TDs, and rushed for another.
CLEVELAND 46, Albany 25 (9393) - Major Harris passed for one TD and ran 16 yards for another within a 5-minute span midway through the final period to put the Thunderbolt in the playoffs.
DALLAS 33, Arizona 25 (7481) - Todd Hammel threw for four TDs and rushed for another as the Texans clinched the Arena Football League's Western Division title.
NORTHERN                      SOUTHERN
Z-Detroit      8  2 0 496 314 Z-Orlando      9  1 0 384 281
X-Cincinnati   7  3 0 451 340 X-Tampa Bay    9  1 0 461 354
X-Albany       5  5 0 422 416 Charlotte      3  7 0 337 338
X-Cleveland    4  6 0 341 389 New Orleans    0 10 0 258 491
WESTERN
Z-Dallas       5  5 0 354 390 Arizona        4  6 0 324 420
X-Sacramento   4  6 0 356 395 San Antonio    2  8 0 268 474
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1992 AFL PLAYOFFS -QUARTER-FINALS
Fri Aug 7 - ORLANDO (9-1) 50, Cleveland (4-6) 12 (11153) - The Predators, who won their past nine games, allowed two TDs and 66 yards rushing by Major Harris in the first half, before the defense clamped down.
Fri Aug 7 - DETROIT (8-2) 48, Sacramento (4-6) 23 (13128) - Any ideas of a Cinderella season for the Attack were thwarted by the Drive, three-time Arena Bowl champions, thus ending Sacramento's first season of Arena football.
Sat Aug 8 - TAMPA BAY (9-1) 41, Cincinnati (7-3) 36 (20231) - Tampa's Jay Jay Gruden hit Jeff Mayes on the longest TD pass in team playoff history, 46 yards, while Rockers QB Art Schlichter threw four TD passes and ran for one.
Sat Aug 8 - Dallas (5-5) 48, ALBANY (5-5) 45 (8329) - Despite Tom Porras' record-setting seven-TD performance, the Texans topped Albany on a 1-yard run by David Chapman with 54.6 seconds left.
SEMI-FINALS
Fri Aug 14 - DETROIT (9-2) 57, Dallas (6-5) 14 (16137) - 
Sat Aug 15 - ORLANDO (10-1) 24, Tampa Bay (10-1) 21 (OT) (13680) - Each team had a shot at winning the game in regulation. Orlando's Jorge Cimadevilla missed a 20-yard FG with 9.5 seconds left. Donald Igwebuike missed a 58 yarder as time expired. Cimadevilla hit a 17 yard FG for the win.
ARENA BOWL VI (August 22, 1992 at Orlando - 13,680)
DETROIT DRIVE (10-2) 56, ORLANDO PREDATORS (11-1) 38 - Gilbert Renfroe threw four TD passes to lead the Drive. The victory gave the Drive its fourth Arena League championship in five years. The Tampa Bay Storm won last year, beating the Drive in the title game. Renfroe completed 17 of 26 passes for 229 yards, with no interceptions. He threw three touchdowns in four second-half possessions as the Drive turned a 28-23 halftime advantage into a 49-26 lead with 11:08 remaining.
Orlando (8-2)
Sacramento (8-2)
Barcelona (5-5)
Birmingham (7-2-1)
Frankfurt (3-7)
NY-New Jersey (5-5)
Montreal (2-8)
San Antonio (7-3)
London (2-7-1)
Ohio (1-9)
Detroit (8-2)
Orlando (9-1)
Cincinnati (7-3)
Tampa Bay (9-1)
Dallas (5-5)
Sacramento (4-6)
Albany (5-5)
Charlotte (3-7)
Arizona (4-6)
Cleveland (4-6)
New Orleans (0-10)
San Antonio (2-8)
PROFESSIONAL SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE (1992) - Announced on November 1, 1991, the PSFL was scheduled to open the following spring, with teams playing a 16-game schedule. But it suspended operations in February. Franchises included the Arkansas Miners, Carolina Cougars, Miami Tribe (folded before the rest of the league), Nevada Aces, New England Blitz, New Mexico Rattlesnakes, Oregon Lightningbolts, Tampa Bay Outlaws, Utah Pioneers and Washington Marauders. February 29, 1992, would have been a historical day, being the leagues’ first game would be played between, Utah and Tampa Bay in Tampa Bay. The leagues’ championship game would be known as "Red, White, and Blue Bowl" on Sunday, January 5, 1992, in Washington D.C. at RFK Stadium. The league folded ten days before the season opener on February 19, 1992, during training camp.
Green Bay Packers (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
Cleveland Browns (7-9)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Houston Oilers (10-6)
Head Coach: Jack Pardee
Chicago Bears (5-11)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka
San Francisco 49ers (14-2)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Cincinnati Bengals (5-11)
Head Coach: David Shula
New Orleans Saints (12-4)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Atlanta Falcons (6-10)
Head Coach: Jerry Glanville
Los Angeles Rams (6-10)
Head Coach: Chuck Knox
San Diego Chargers (11-5)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Denver Broncos (8-8)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Oakland Raiders (7-9)
Head Coach: Art Shell
Detroit Lions (5-11)
Head Coach: Wayne Fontes
Seattle Seahawks (2-14)
Head Coach: Tom Flores










Dallas Cowboys (13-3)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
Miami Dolphins (11-5)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Philadelphia Eagles (11-5)
Head Coach: Rich Kotite
Buffalo Bills (11-5)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
Washington Redskins (9-7)
Head Coach: Joe Gibbs
New York Giants (6-10
Head Coach: Ray Handley
Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda
New York Jets (4-12)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet
Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Phoenix Cardinals (4-12)
Head Coach: Joe Bugel
New England Patriots (2-14)
Head Coach: Dick MacPherson 
Minnesota Vikings (11-5)
Head Coach: Dennis Green