NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 5
Green Bay 36, LA Rams 6 at Milwaukee
BUFFALO 38, New England 14
Miami 24, INDIANAPOLIS 20
Kansas City 27, TAMPA BAY 3
NEW ORLEANS 33, Houston 21
CLEVELAND 27, Cincinnati 14
Denver 26, NY JETS 20
NY Giants 26, CHICAGO 20
DETROIT 30, Atlanta 13
PHILADELPHIA 23, Phoenix 17
LA RAIDERS 24, Minnesota 7
San Fran 24, PITTSBURGH 13
SAN DIEGO 18, Seattle 12
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6
WASHINGTON 35, Dallas 16
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     1  0 0  35  16 Buffalo        1  0 0  38  14
Philadelphia   1  0 0  23  17 Miami          1  0 0  24  20
NY Giants      1  0 0  16  10 New England    0  1 0  14  38
Dallas         0  1 0  16  35 NY Jets        0  1 0  20  26
Phoenix        0  1 0  17  23 Indianapolis   0  1 0  20  24
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        1  0 0  30  13 Cleveland      1  0 0  27  14
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  36   6 Cincinnati     0  1 0  14  27
Minnesota      0  1 0   7  24 Pittsburgh     0  1 0  13  24
Chicago        0  1 0  20  26 Houston        0  1 0  21  33
Tampa Bay      0  1 0   3  27 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         1  0 0  26  20
San Francisco  1  0 0  24  13 Kansas City    1  0 0  27   3
New Orleans    1  0 0  33  21 LA Raiders     1  0 0  24   7
Atlanta        0  1 0  13  30 San Diego      1  0 0  18  12
LA Rams        0  1 0   6  36 Seattle        0  1 0  12  18
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
New Orleans 34, ATLANTA 31
MINNESOTA 10, Chicago 7
Buffalo 13, DALLAS 10
LA Raiders 17, SEATTLE 13
Indianapolis 9, CINCINNATI 6
Detroit 19, NEW ENGLAND 16 (OT)
DENVER 34, San Diego 17
Philadelphia 20, GREEN BAY 17
NY GIANTS 23, Tampa Bay 7
LA RAMS 27, Pittsburgh 0
HOUSTON 30, Kansas City 0
Phoenix 17, WASHINGTON 10
NY Jets 24, MIAMI 14
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13
CLEVELAND 23, San Francisco 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      2  0 0  39  17 Buffalo        2  0 0  51  24
Philadelphia   2  0 0  43  34 Miami          1  1 0  38  44
Washington     1  1 0  45  33 Indianapolis   1  1 0  29  30
Phoenix        1  1 0  34  33 NY Jets        1  1 0  44  40
Dallas         0  2 0  26  48 New England    0  2 0  30  57
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        2  0 0  49  29 Cleveland      2  0 0  50  27
GREEN BAY      1  1 0  53  26 Houston        1  1 0  51  33
Minnesota      1  1 0  17  31 Pittsburgh     0  2 0  13  51
Chicago        0  2 0  27  36 Cincinnati     0  2 0  20  36
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  10  50 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  0 0  60  37
New Orleans    2  0 0  67  52 LA Raiders     2  0 0  41  20
San Francisco  1  1 0  37  36 Kansas City    1  1 0  27  33
LA Rams        1  1 0  33  36 San Diego      1  1 0  35  46
Atlanta        0  2 0  44  64 Seattle        0  2 0  25  35
WEEK THREE (Bye - Buffalo, Chicago, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Miami, Minnesota, NY Jets, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
NEW ORLEANS 14, Detroit 3
PITTSBURGH 34, Cincinnati 7
Dallas 17, PHOENIX 10
Seattle 17, NEW ENGLAND 14
Cleveland 19, LA RAIDERS 16
NY GIANTS 20, LA Rams 10
SAN DIEGO 18, Houston 17
PHILADELPHIA 34, Washington 31
SAN FRANCISCO 37, Atlanta 30
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20
KANSAS CITY 15, Denver 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      3  0 0  59  27 Buffalo        2  0 0  51  24
Philadelphia   3  0 0  77  65 Miami          1  1 0  38  44
Washington     1  2 0  76  67 Indianapolis   1  1 0  29  30
Phoenix        1  2 0  44  50 NY Jets        1  1 0  44  40
Dallas         1  2 0  43  58 New England    0  3 0  44  74
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        2  1 0  52  43 Cleveland      3  0 0  69  43
GREEN BAY      1  1 0  53  26 Houston        1  2 0  68  51
Minnesota      1  1 0  17  31 Pittsburgh     1  2 0  47  58
Chicago        0  2 0  27  36 Cincinnati     0  3 0  27  70
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  10  50 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  1 0  67  52
New Orleans    3  0 0  81  55 LA Raiders     2  1 0  57  39
San Francisco  2  1 0  74  66 Kansas City    2  1 0  42  40
LA Rams        1  2 0  43  56 San Diego      2  1 0  53  63
Atlanta        0  3 0  74 101 Seattle        1  2 0  42  49
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, LA Raiders, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Diego, Washington)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
Miami 22, BUFFALO 13
INDIANAPOLIS 23, Cleveland 10
NY JETS 45, New England 7
CHICAGO 47, Tampa Bay 17
MINNESOTA 15, Green Bay 13
DETROIT 26, Phoenix 20
Seattle 19, CINCINNATI 10
LA Rams 28, HOUSTON 13
NEW ORLEANS 16, San Francisco 13
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27
Pittsburgh 45, ATLANTA 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      3  0 0  59  27 Buffalo        2  1 0  64  46
Philadelphia   3  0 0  77  65 Miami          2  1 0  60  57
Washington     1  2 0  76  67 Indianapolis   2  1 0  52  40
Dallas         1  2 0  43  58 NY Jets        2  1 0  89  47
Phoenix        1  3 0  64  76 New England    0  4 0  51 119
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        3  1 0  78  63 Cleveland      3  1 0  79  66
Minnesota      2  1 0  32  44 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  92  75
Chicago        1  2 0  74  53 Houston        1  3 0  81  79
GREEN BAY      1  2 0  66  41 Cincinnati     0  4 0  37  89
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  27  97 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         2  1 0  67  52
New Orleans    4  0 0  97  68 LA Raiders     2  1 0  57  39
San Francisco  2  2 0  87  82 Kansas City    2  1 0  42  40
LA Rams        2  2 0  71  69 San Diego      2  1 0  53  63
Atlanta        0  4 0  91 146 Seattle        2  2 0  61  59
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, New England, Phoenix, Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
CHICAGO 6, Atlanta 0
DENVER 35, Indianapolis 13
SAN FRAN 38, Minnesota 19
DALLAS 36, Green Bay 14
New Orleans 37, LA RAMS 6
BUFFALO 17, NY Giants 14
KANSAS CITY 24, LA Raiders 9
Philadelphia 35, NY JETS 30
TAMPA BAY 27, Detroit 10
SEATTLE 31, San Diego 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 4
MIAMI 17, Washington 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   4  0 0 112  95 Buffalo        3  1 0  81  60
NY Giants      3  1 0  73  44 Miami          3  1 0  77  67
Dallas         2  2 0  79  72 Indianapolis   2  2 0  65  75
Washington     1  3 0  86  84 NY Jets        2  2 0 119  82
Phoenix        1  3 0  64  76 New England    0  4 0  51 119
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        3  2 0  88  90 Cleveland      3  1 0  79  66
Minnesota      2  2 0  51  82 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  92  75
Chicago        2  2 0  80  53 Houston        1  3 0  81  79
GREEN BAY      1  3 0  80  77 Cincinnati     0  4 0  37  89
Tampa Bay      1  3 0  54 107 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Denver         3  1 0 102  65
New Orleans    5  0 0 134  74 Kansas City    3  1 0  66  49
San Francisco  3  2 0 125 101 Seattle        3  2 0  92  73
LA Rams        2  3 0  77 106 San Diego      2  2 0  67  94
Atlanta        0  5 0  91 152 LA Raiders     2  2 0  66  63
WEEK SIX (Bye - Atlanta, Dettroit, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco, Seattle)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
Miami 24, CLEVELAND 14
Chicago 17, PHILADELPHIA 6
PITTSBURGH 16, San Diego 3
Dallas 27, INDIANAPOLIS 3
NY Giants 41, WASHINGTON 7
GREEN BAY 30, Denver 27
KANSAS CITY 17, Cincinnati 15
LA RAIDERS 24, NY Jets 20
MINNESOTA 15, Tampa Bay 0
New England 23, PHOENIX 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
BUFFALO 35, Houston 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   4  1 0 118 112 Buffalo        4  1 0 116  67
NY Giants      4  1 0 114  51 Miami          4  1 0 101  81
Dallas         3  2 0 106  75 Indianapolis   2  3 0  68 102
Washington     1  4 0  93 125 NY Jets        2  3 0 139 106
Phoenix        1  4 0  85  99 New England    1  4 0  74 140
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        3  2 0  88  90 Cleveland      3  2 0  93  90
Minnesota      3  2 0  66  82 Pittsburgh     3  2 0 108  78
Chicago        3  2 0  97  59 Houston        1  4 0  88 114
GREEN BAY      2  3 0 110 104 Cincinnati     0  5 0  52 106
Tampa Bay      1  4 0  54 122 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    4  1 0  83  64
New Orleans    5  0 0 134  74 Denver         3  2 0 129  95
San Francisco  3  2 0 125 101 Seattle        3  2 0  92  73
LA Rams        2  3 0  77 106 LA Raiders     3  2 0  90  83
Atlanta        0  5 0  91 152 San Diego      2  3 0  70 110
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Buffalo, Chicago, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Miami, Minnesota, NY Jets, Tampa Bay)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 14
ATLANTA 30, LA Rams 24
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
Cleveland 28, CINCINNATI 17
PITTSBURGH 37, N. Orleans 14
DETROIT 30, Seattle 10
DALLAS 26, San Francisco 17
Houston 28, NEW ENGLAND 14
PHOENIX 36, Washington 6
NY GIANTS 21, Philadelphia 10
Kansas City 17, SAN DIEGO 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 18
LA Raiders 23, DENVER 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      5  1 0 135  61 Miami          4  1 0 101  81
Dallas         4  2 0 132  92 Buffalo        4  1 0 116  67
Philadelphia   4  2 0 128 133 Indianapolis   2  3 0  68 102
Phoenix        2  4 0 121 105 NY Jets        2  3 0 139 106
Washington     1  5 0  99 161 New England    1  5 0  88 168
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        4  2 0 118 100 Cleveland      4  2 0 121 107
Minnesota      3  2 0  66  82 Pittsburgh     4  2 0 145  92
Chicago        3  2 0  97  59 Houston        2  4 0 116 128
GREEN BAY      2  3 0 110 104 Cincinnati     0  6 0  69 134
Tampa Bay      1  4 0  54 122 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    5  1 0 100  78
New Orleans    5  1 0 148 111 LA Raiders     4  2 0 113 103
San Francisco  3  3 0 142 127 Seattle        3  3 0 102 103
LA Rams        2  4 0 101 136 Denver         3  3 0 149 118
Atlanta        1  5 0 121 176 San Diego      2  4 0  84 127
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Dallas, Denver, Kansa City, LA Raiders, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Diego, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
HOUSTON 28, Cincinnati 12
CLEVELAND 28, Pittsburgh 23
MIAMI 41, Indianapolis 27
Atlanta 26, NEW ORLEANS 15
Detroit 16, LA RAMS 13
Buffalo 19, NY JETS 10
SEATTLE 10, New England 9
Green Bay 37, TAMPA BAY 14
SAN FRANCISCO 28, Phoenix 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 25
Minnesota 19, CHICAGO 12
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      5  1 0 135  61 Buffalo        5  1 0 135  77
Dallas         4  2 0 132  92 Miami          5  1 0 142 108
Philadelphia   4  2 0 128 133 Indianapolis   2  4 0  95 143
Phoenix        2  5 0 135 133 NY Jets        2  4 0 149 125
Washington     1  5 0  99 161 New England    1  6 0  97 178
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        5  2 0 134 113 Cleveland      5  2 0 149 130
Minnesota      4  2 0  85  94 Pittsburgh     4  3 0 168 120
Chicago        3  3 0 109  78 Houston        3  4 0 144 140
GREEN BAY      3  3 0 147 118 Cincinnati     0  7 0  81 162
Tampa Bay      1  5 0  68 159 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    5  1 0 100  78
New Orleans    5  2 0 163 137 LA Raiders     4  2 0 113 103
San Francisco  4  3 0 170 141 Seattle        4  3 0 112 112
Atlanta        2  5 0 147 191 Denver         3  3 0 149 118
LA Rams        2  5 0 114 152 San Diego      2  4 0  84 127
WEEK NINE (Bye - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
DENVER 28, Seattle 17
NY Jets 10, NY GIANTS 6
Tampa Bay 31, ATLANTA 24
Detroit 30, MINNESOTA 27
GREEN BAY 17, Chicago 3
New Orleans 20, PHOENIX 17
San Diego 30, LA RAIDERS 23
INDIANAPOLIS 9, New England 6
MIAMI 30, Kansas City 10
Dallas 23, PHILADELPHIA 10
SAN FRANCISCO 40, LA Rams 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 1
BUFFALO 24, Washington 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         5  2 0 155 102 Buffalo        6  1 0 159  87
NY Giants      5  2 0 141  71 Miami          6  1 0 172 118
Philadelphia   4  3 0 138 156 Indianapolis   3  4 0 104 149
Phoenix        2  6 0 152 153 NY Jets        3  4 0 159 131
Washington     1  6 0 109 185 New England    1  7 0 103 187
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        6  2 0 174 140 Cleveland      5  2 0 149 130
Minnesota      4  3 0 112 124 Pittsburgh     4  3 0 168 120
GREEN BAY      4  3 0 164 121 Houston        3  4 0 144 140
Chicago        3  4 0 112  95 Cincinnati     0  7 0  81 162
Tampa Bay      2  5 0  99 183 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    5  2 0 110 108
New Orleans    6  2 0 183 154 LA Raiders     4  3 0 136 133
San Francisco  5  3 0 210 158 Denver         4  3 0 177 135
Atlanta        2  6 0 171 222 Seattle        4  4 0 129 140
LA Rams        2  6 0 131 192 San Diego      3  4 0 114 150
WEEK TEN (Bye - Atlanta, LA Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
Pittsburgh 24, CINCINNATI 16
HOUSTON 24, Seattle 14
NY JETS 27, Miami 10
Denver 29, CLEVELAND 14
San Diego 30, MINNESOTA 17
PHOENIX 16, Philadelphia 3
DALLAS 31, NY Giants 9
Buffalo 13, NEW ENGLAND 10 (OT)
WASHINGTON 30, Indianapolis 24
FOLDING: New Orleans Night and San Antonio Force MOVING: Sacramento Attack to Miami Hooters
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY MAY 14
ORLANDO 40, Albany 30 (13680) - The Predators had interceptions on Albany's fist three second-half possessions and limited the Firebirds to seven points in the second half to win their opener.
Charlotte 34, MIAMI 32 (10964) - FB Kaiser Noa was stopped at the 1-yard line on a conversion play with little more than a minute left, letting the Rage hold on and ruin the debut of the Hooters.
TAMPA BAY 50, Cleveland 14 (18485) - Jay Gruden threw five TD passes, two to Anthony Howard, and finished the night 22 of 30 for 254 yards. The Storm jumped to a 22-0 first quarter lead and held a 36-12 halftime lead.
SATURDAY MAY 15
DALLAS 40, Cincinnati 33 (9287) - 
Detroit 49, ARIZONA 29 (15505) - A bison trained to run onto the field after each TD bowled over an Rattlers lineman. Richard Ashe was unhurt but said it was the hardest hit he's taken in football.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Dallas         1  0 0  40  33 Charlotte      1  0 0  34  32
Detroit        1  0 0  49  29 Orlando        1  0 0  40  30
Arizona        0  1 0  29  49 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  50  14
Cincinnati     0  1 0  33  40 Albany         0  1 0  30  40
Cleveland      0  1 0  14  50 Miami          0  1 0  32  34
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY MAY 21
ORLANDO 46, Tampa Bay 34 (13680) - The Storm led the game at the half 14-12, but they fell apart in the second half as they were penalized a league record twenty times for 105 yards. Orlando scored 27 points in the fourth.
Charlotte 49, ARIZONA 46 (15505) - Ryan Bethea hauled in a 14-yard pass from QB Andy Kelly with just 37 seconds left to lift the Rage to their second straight close win to open the season.
SATURDAY MAY 22
Cleveland 46, DALLAS 43 (9262) - The Texans blew a 10-point lead late in the third quarter and had to come from behind twice. In its third attempt with 30 seconds remaining, Cleveland  stopped Dallas on four plays to win.
Detroit 40, CINCINNATI 35 (7520) - 
ALBANY 52, Miami 23 (12898) - Tom Porras, who didn't play in the first half, threw three TD passes in the second, leading Albany over Miami, which has lost its first two games since moving from Sacramento.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Detroit        2  0 0  89  64 Charlotte      2  0 0  83  78
Cleveland      1  1 0  60  93 Orlando        2  0 0  86  64
Dallas         1  1 0  83  79 Albany         1  1 0  82  63
Arizona        0  2 0  75  98 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  84  60
Cincinnati     0  2 0  68  80 Miami          0  2 0  55  86
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY MAY 28
Arizona 30, CLEVELAND 20 (6747) - 
CHARLOTTE 65, Albany 41 (6514) - The Rage erupted from a 31-31 halftime score to smash Albany. Playing at home for the first time in the season, the Rage had almost everything going its way in the second half.
DETROIT 42, Dallas 38 (17042) - Dallas' Ted Hennings went down with a broken neck during the game. Hennings, 26, a defensive tackle, was in fair condition after fracturing his upper cervical spine.
SATURDAY MAY 29
Orlando 37, CINCINNATI 16 (6089) - QB Ben Bennett, the AFL's all-time leading passer, connected with Barry Wagner on four TD passes to keep the Predators perfect. 
MONDAY MAY 31
Tampa Bay 29, MIAMI 22 (6817) - Originally scheduled for a Friday night, the game had to be postponed due to civil unrest near the Miami Arena. Jay Gruden hit Stevie Thomas on TD passes as the Storm built up a 20-0 lead.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Detroit        3  0 0 131 102 Charlotte      3  0 0 148 119
Arizona        1  2 0 105 118 Orlando        3  0 0 123  80
Cleveland      1  2 0  80 123 Tampa Bay      2  1 0 113  82
Dallas         1  2 0 121 121 Albany         1  2 0 123 128
Cincinnati     0  3 0  84 117 Miami          0  3 0  77 115
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY JUNE 4
DETROIT 38, Cincinnati 19 (13105) - 
SATURDAY JUNE 5
Arizona 54, ALBANY 50 (11827) - 
TAMPA BAY 52, Charlotte 19 (20532) - Tampa Bay's Eddie Brown returned the opening kickoff 56 yards for a TD, Stevie Thomas caught two TD passes, Andre Bowden ran for a pair of TDs and the defense forced eight turnovers.
Dallas 51, CLEVELAND 47 (6422) - 
MIAMI 45, Orlando 37 (9693) - Jim Jensen, starting his first game at QB for Miami, avoided a rush and hit Leonard Conley for a key 24-yard score. Conley also returned a kickoff 56 yards for a touchdown.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Detroit        4  0 0 169 121 Charlotte      3  1 0 167 171
Arizona        2  2 0 159 168 Orlando        3  1 0 160 125
Dallas         2  2 0 172 168 Tampa Bay      3  1 0 165 101
Cleveland      1  3 0 127 174 Albany         1  3 0 173 182
Cincinnati     0  4 0 103 155 Miami          1  3 0 122 152
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY JUNE 11
ORLANDO 56, Miami 14 (13680) - 
Detroit 42, CHARLOTTE 20 (6312) - Hurt before the game ever started by several key injuries, then hurting itself time and again with penalties after play began, the Rage fell hard to the defending champion Detroit Drive.
SATURDAY JUNE 12
Cleveland 45, CINCINNATI 19 (8493) - 
Tampa Bay 63, ARIZONA 33 (15505) - Tampa Bay trailed after three quarters 28-27, but exploded for 35 fourth quarter points. The Storm scored four TDs in the final 2:17, including three off turnovers in the last 22 seconds.
Albany 44, DALLAS 38 (8886) - Albany returned two missed FGs off the net for TDs and forced four turnovers, but it was Fred Gayles' 56-yard KO return with 18.4 seconds left that gave the Firebirds the win.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Detroit        5  0 0 211 141 Orlando        4  1 0 216 139
Arizona        2  3 0 192 231 Tampa Bay      4  1 0 228 134
Cleveland      2  3 0 172 193 Charlotte      3  2 0 187 213
Dallas         2  3 0 210 212 Albany         2  3 0 217 220
Cincinnati     0  5 0 122 200 Miami          1  4 0 136 208
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY JUNE 18
Arizona 43, DALLAS 40 (8314) - Dallas scored with 11.6 seconds to go to take a 40-36 lead, but Paul Justin hit Hunkie Cooper with a 34-yard TD pass to give Arizona the victory with less than a second remaining.
DETROIT 27, Miami 20 (13659) - Miami made the plays in the first half, causing the Detroit fans to boo as the Hooters ran off the field. Jim Jensen threw for three scores in the half, but the Drive rallied for the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 19
ALBANY 61, Charlotte 34 (10985) - The Rage was outscored 34-14 in the second half in losing its third game in a row, while Albany won its second in a rown and made it back to .500.
Cincinnati 42, CLEVELAND 34 (7324) - Cincinnati snapped a five-game losing streak to become the last AFL team to claim a win.
Orlando 46, TAMPA BAY 45 (28745) - While Jay Gruden and Ben Bennett each threw for six TDs, Tampa K Arden Czyzewski missed four extra points and the team was unsuccessful on two of three two-point attempts.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Detroit        6  0 0 238 161 Orlando        5  1 0 262 184
Arizona        3  3 0 235 271 Tampa Bay      4  2 0 273 180
Cleveland      2  4 0 206 235 Albany         3  3 0 278 254
Dallas         2  4 0 250 255 Charlotte      3  3 0 221 274
Cincinnati     1  5 0 164 234 Miami          1  5 0 156 235
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY JUNE 25
DETROIT 37, Cleveland 32 (12835) - Detroit became the first team to clinch a playoff berth.
DETROIT 23, Tampa Bay 0
LA Raiders 16, CHICAGO 14
MONDAY NOVEMBER 8
KANSAS CITY 23, Green Bay 16
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         6  2 0 186 111 Buffalo        7  1 0 172  97
NY Giants      5  3 0 150 102 Miami          6  2 0 182 145
Philadelphia   4  4 0 141 172 NY Jets        4  4 0 186 141
Phoenix        3  6 0 168 156 Indianapolis   3  5 0 128 179
Washington     2  6 0 139 209 New England    1  8 0 113 200
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        7  2 0 197 140 Cleveland      5  3 0 163 159
Minnesota      4  4 0 129 154 Pittsburgh     5  3 0 192 136
GREEN BAY      4  4 0 180 144 Houston        4  4 0 168 154
Chicago        3  5 0 126 111 Cincinnati     0  8 0  97 186
Tampa Bay      2  6 0  99 206 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    6  2 0 133 124
New Orleans    6  2 0 183 154 LA Raiders     5  3 0 152 147
San Francisco  5  3 0 210 158 Denver         5  3 0 206 149
Atlanta        2  6 0 171 222 San Diego      4  4 0 144 167
LA Rams        2  6 0 131 192 Seattle        4  5 0 143 164
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Detroit, New England)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
Houston 38, CINCINNATI 3
San Francisco 45, TAMPA BAY 21
Kansas City 31, LA RAIDERS 20
Green Bay 19, NEW ORLEANS 17
DALLAS 20, Phoenix 15
Atlanta 13, LA RAMS 0
NY GIANTS 20, Washington 6
Minnesota 26, DENVER 23
SEATTLE 22, Cleveland 5
Miami 19, PHILADELPHIA 14
NY Jets 31, INDIANAPOLIS 17
Chicago 16, SAN DIEGO 13
MONDAY NOVEMBER 15
PITTSBURGH 23, Buffalo 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         7  2 0 206 126 Buffalo        7  2 0 172 120
NY Giants      6  3 0 170 108 Miami          7  2 0 201 159
Philadelphia   4  5 0 155 191 NY Jets        5  4 0 217 158
Phoenix        3  7 0 183 176 Indianapolis   3  6 0 145 210
Washington     2  7 0 145 229 New England    1  8 0 113 200
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        7  2 0 197 140 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 215 136
Minnesota      5  4 0 155 177 Houston        5  4 0 206 157
GREEN BAY      5  4 0 199 161 Cleveland      5  4 0 168 181
Chicago        4  5 0 142 124 Cincinnati     0  9 0 100 224
Tampa Bay      2  7 0 120 251 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    7  2 0 164 144
San Francisco  6  3 0 255 179 LA Raiders     5  4 0 172 178
New Orleans    6  3 0 200 173 Denver         5  4 0 229 175
Atlanta        3  6 0 184 222 Seattle        5  5 0 165 169
LA Rams        2  7 0 131 205 San Diego      4  5 0 157 183
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Phoenix, Seattle)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
Green Bay 20, Detroit 17 at Milwaukee
ATLANTA 27, Dallas 14
Chicago 19, KANSAS CITY 17
LA RAMS 10, Washington 6
BUFFALO 23, Indianapolis 9
MIAMI 17, New England 13
NY Giants 7, PHILADELPHIA 3
Houston 27, CLEVELAND 20
NY JETS 17, Cincinnati 12
LA Raiders 12, SAN DIEGO 7
DENVER 37, Pittsburgh 13
TAMPA BAY 23, Minnesota 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 22
SAN FRANCISCO 42, New Orleans 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         7  3 0 220 153 Buffalo        8  2 0 195 129
NY Giants      7  3 0 177 111 Miami          8  2 0 218 172
Philadelphia   4  6 0 158 198 NY Jets        6  4 0 234 170
Phoenix        3  7 0 183 176 Indianapolis   3  7 0 154 233
Washington     2  8 0 151 239 New England    1  9 0 126 217
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        7  3 0 214 160 Houston        6  4 0 233 177
GREEN BAY      6  4 0 219 178 Pittsburgh     6  4 0 228 173
Minnesota      5  5 0 165 200 Cleveland      5  5 0 188 208
Chicago        5  5 0 161 141 Cincinnati     0 10 0 112 241
Tampa Bay      3  7 0 143 261 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    7  3 0 181 163
San Francisco  7  3 0 297 186 LA Raiders     6  4 0 184 185
New Orleans    6  4 0 207 215 Denver         6  4 0 266 188
Atlanta        4  6 0 211 236 Seattle        5  5 0 165 169
LA Rams        3  7 0 141 211 San Diego      4  6 0 164 195
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
Chicago 10, DETROIT 6
Miami 16, DALLAS 14
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
ATLANTA 17, Cleveland 14
NY Jets 6, NEW ENGLAND 0
Denver 17, SEATTLE 9
CINCINNATI 16, LA Raiders 10
Philadelphia 17, WASHINGTON 14
HOUSTON 23, Pittsburgh 3
GREEN BAY 13, Tampa Bay 10
KANSAS CITY 23, Buffalo 7
NY GIANTS 19, Phoenix 17
New Orleans 17, MINNESOTA 14
San Francisco 35, LA RAMS 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 29
San Diego 31, INDIANAPOLIS 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      8  3 0 196 128 Miami          9  2 0 234 186
Dallas         7  4 0 234 169 Buffalo        8  3 0 202 152
Philadelphia   5  6 0 175 212 NY Jets        7  4 0 240 170
Phoenix        3  8 0 200 195 Indianapolis   3  8 0 154 264
Washington     2  9 0 165 256 New England    1 10 0 126 223
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        7  4 0 220 170 Houston        7  4 0 256 180
GREEN BAY      7  4 0 232 188 Pittsburgh     6  5 0 231 196
Chicago        6  5 0 171 147 Cleveland      5  6 0 202 225
Minnesota      5  6 0 179 217 Cincinnati     1 10 0 128 251
Tampa Bay      3  8 0 153 274 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    8  3 0 204 170
San Francisco  8  3 0 332 196 Denver         7  4 0 283 197
New Orleans    7  4 0 224 229 LA Raiders     6  5 0 194 201
Atlanta        5  6 0 228 250 San Diego      5  6 0 195 195
LA Rams        3  8 0 151 246 Seattle        5  6 0 174 186
WEEK FOURTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
LA Raiders 25, BUFFALO 24
HOUSTON 33, Atlanta 17
NY Giants 19, MIAMI 14
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Cincinnati 8
CHICAGO 30, Green Bay 17
Indianapolis 9, NY JETS 6
PHOENIX 38, LA Rams 10
CLEVELAND 17, New Orleans 13
PITTSBURGH 17, New England 14
SAN DIEGO 13, Denver 10
Minnesota 13, DETROIT 0
Washington 23, TAMPA BAY 17
Kansas City 31, SEATTLE 16
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
DALLAS 23, Philadelphia 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      9  3 0 215 142 Miami          9  3 0 248 205
Dallas         8  4 0 257 186 Buffalo        8  4 0 226 177
Philadelphia   5  7 0 192 235 NY Jets        7  5 0 246 179
Phoenix        4  8 0 238 205 Indianapolis   4  8 0 163 270
Washington     3  9 0 188 273 New England    1 11 0 140 240
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        7  5 0 220 183 Houston        8  4 0 289 197
GREEN BAY      7  5 0 249 218 Pittsburgh     7  5 0 248 210
Chicago        7  5 0 201 164 Cleveland      6  6 0 219 238
Minnesota      6  6 0 192 217 Cincinnati     1 11 0 136 272
Tampa Bay      3  9 0 170 297 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    9  3 0 235 186
San Francisco  9  3 0 353 204 Denver         7  5 0 293 210
New Orleans    7  5 0 237 246 LA Raiders     7  5 0 219 225
Atlanta        5  7 0 245 283 San Diego      6  6 0 208 205
LA Rams        3  9 0 161 284 Seattle        5  7 0 190 217
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 11
NY Jets 3, WASHINGTON 0
ATLANTA 27, San Francisco 24
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
HOUSTON 19, Cleveland 17
Buffalo 10, PHILADELPHIA 7
Dallas 37, MINNESOTA 20
LA Rams 23, NEW ORLEANS 20
TAMPA BAY 13, Chicago 10
Detroit 21, PHOENIX 14
NEW ENGLAND 7, Cincinnati 2
DENVER 27, Kansas City 21
Green Bay 20, SAN DIEGO 13
NY GIANTS 20, Indianapolis 6
LA RAIDERS 27, Seattle 23
MONDAY DECEMBER 13
Pittsburgh 21, MIAMI 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants     10  3 0 235 148 Miami          9  4 0 268 226
Dallas         9  4 0 294 206 Buffalo        9  4 0 236 184
Philadelphia   5  8 0 199 245 NY Jets        8  5 0 249 179
Phoenix        4  9 0 252 226 Indianapolis   4  9 0 169 290
Washington     3 10 0 188 276 New England    2 11 0 147 242
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        8  5 0 241 197 Houston        9  4 0 308 214
GREEN BAY      8  5 0 269 231 Pittsburgh     8  5 0 269 230
Chicago        7  6 0 211 177 Pittsburgh     8  5 0 269 230
Minnesota      6  7 0 212 254 Cincinnati     1 12 0 138 279
Tampa Bay      4  9 0 183 307 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City    9  4 0 256 213
San Francisco  9  4 0 377 231 Denver         8  5 0 320 231
New Orleans    7  6 0 257 269 LA Raiders     8  5 0 246 248
Atlanta        6  7 0 272 307 San Diego      6  7 0 221 225
LA Rams        4  9 0 184 304 Seattle        5  8 0 213 244
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18
Denver 13, CHICAGO 3
Dallas 28, NY JETS 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
Minnesota 21, Green Bay 17 at Milwaukee
CINCINNATI 15, LA Rams 3
Houston 26, PITTSBURGH 17
LA RAIDERS 27, Tampa Bay 20
New England 20, CLEVELAND 17
WASHINGTON 30, Atlanta 17
Phoenix 30, SEATTLE 27 (OT)
San Francisco 55, DETROIT 17
Philadelphia 20, INDIANAPOLIS 10
Buffalo 47, MIAMI 34
KANSAS CITY 28, San Diego 24
MONDAY DECEMBER 20
NY Giants 24, NEW ORLEANS 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-NY Giants   11  3 0 259 162 Buffalo       10  4 0 283 218
Y-Dallas      10  4 0 322 213 Miami          9  5 0 302 273
Philadelphia   6  8 0 219 255 NY Jets        8  6 0 256 207
Phoenix        5  9 0 282 253 Indianapolis   4 10 0 179 310
Washington     4 10 0 218 293 New England    3 11 0 167 259
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Detroit        8  6 0 258 252 X-Houston     10  4 0 334 231
GREEN BAY      8  6 0 286 252 Pittsburgh     8  6 0 286 256
Chicago        7  7 0 214 190 Cleveland      6  8 0 253 277
Minnesota      7  7 0 233 271 Cincinnati     2 12 0 153 282
Tampa Bay      4 10 0 203 334 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City   10  4 0 284 237
X-S.Francisco 10  4 0 432 248 Denver         9  5 0 333 234
New Orleans    7  7 0 271 293 LA Raiders     9  5 0 273 268
Atlanta        6  8 0 289 337 San Diego      6  8 0 245 253
LA Rams        4 10 0 187 319 Seattle        5  9 0 240 274
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 25
Houston 10, SAN FRANCISCO 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 26
BUFFALO 16, NY Jets 14
NEW ENGLAND 38, Indianapolis 0
Cleveland 42, LA RAMS 14
Detroit 20, CHICAGO 14
PHILADELPHIA 37, New Orleans 26
PHOENIX 17, NY Giants 6
CINCINNATI 21, Atlanta 17
DALLAS 38, Washington 3
SEATTLE 16, Pittsburgh 6
GREEN BAY 28, LA Raiders 0
Tampa Bay 17, DENVER 10
MINNESOTA 30, Kansas City 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 27
SAN DIEGO 45, Miami 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Dallas      11  4 0 360 216 X-Buffalo     11  4 0 299 232
Y-NY Giants   11  4 0 265 179 Miami          9  6 0 322 318
Philadelphia   7  8 0 256 281 NY Jets        8  7 0 270 223
Phoenix        6  9 0 299 259 Indianapolis   4 11 0 179 348
Washington     4 11 0 221 331 New England    4 11 0 205 259
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Detroit      9  6 0 278 266 X-Houston     11  4 0 344 238
Y-GREEN BAY    9  6 0 314 252 Pittsburgh     8  7 0 292 272
Minnesota      8  7 0 263 281 Cleveland      7  8 0 295 291
Chicago        7  8 0 228 210 Cincinnati     3 12 0 174 299
Tampa Bay      5 10 0 220 344 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          Kansas City   10  5 0 294 267
X-S.Francisco 10  5 0 439 258 Denver         9  6 0 343 251
New Orleans    7  8 0 297 330 LA Raiders     9  6 0 273 296
Atlanta        6  9 0 305 358 San Diego      7  8 0 290 273
LA Rams        4 11 0 201 361 Seattle        6  9 0 256 280
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 31
Minnesota 14, WASHINGTON 9
SUNDAY JANUARY 2
Phoenix 27, ATLANTA 10
NEW ENGLAND 33, Miami 27 (OT)
LA RAMS 20, Chicago 6
DETROIT 30, Green Bay 20
Dallas 16, NY GIANTS 13 (OT)
NEW ORLEANS 20, Cincinnati 13
Buffalo 30, INDIANAPOLIS 10
PITTSBURGH 16, Cleveland 9
San Diego 32, TAMPA BAY 17
KANSAS CITY 34, Seattle 24
LA RAIDERS 33, Denver 30 (OT)
HOUSTON 24, NY Jets 0
MONDAY JANUARY 3
Philadelphia 37, SAN FRANCISCO 34 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      12  4 0 376 229 X-Buffalo     12  4 0 329 242
Y-NY Giants   11  5 0 278 195 Miami          9  7 0 349 351
Philadelphia   8  8 0 293 315 NY Jets        8  8 0 270 247
Phoenix        7  9 0 326 269 New England    5 11 0 238 286
Washington     4 12 0 230 345 Indianapolis   4 12 0 189 378
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Detroit     10  6 0 308 286 X-Houston     12  4 0 368 238
Y-Minnesota    9  7 0 277 290 Y-Pittsburgh   9  7 0 308 281
Y-GREEN BAY    9  7 0 334 282 Cleveland      7  9 0 304 307
Chicago        7  9 0 234 230 Cincinnati     3 13 0 187 319
Tampa Bay      5 11 0 237 376 AFC WESTERN DIVISION
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-Kansas City 11  5 0 328 291
X-S.Francisco 10  6 0 473 295 Y-LA Raiders  10  6 0 306 326
New Orleans    8  8 0 317 343 Y-Denver       9  7 0 373 284
Atlanta        6 10 0 315 385 San Diego      8  8 0 322 290
LA Rams        5 11 0 221 367 Seattle        6 10 0 280 314
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
1993 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - KANSAS CITY (11-5) 27, Pittsburgh (9-7) 24 (OT)
Wildcard (January 9) - LA RAIDERS (10-6) 42, Denver (9-7) 24
Divisional (January 15) - BUFFALO (12-4) 29, LA Raiders (11-6) 23
Divisional (January 16) - Kansas City (12-5) 28, HOUSTON (12-4) 20
Conference (January 23) - BUFFALO (13-4) 30, Kansas City (13-5) 13
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - Green Bay (9-7) 28, DETROIT (10-4) 24
Wildcard (January 9) - NY GIANTS (11-5) 17, Minnesota (9-7) 10
Divisional (January 15) - SAN FRANCISCO (10-6) 44, NY Giants (12-5) 3
Divisional (January 16) - DALLAS (12-4) 27, Green Bay (10-7) 17
Conference (January 23) - DALLAS (13-4) 38, San Francisco (11-6) 21
SUPER BOWL 28 (January 30, 1994 at Atlanta)
DALLAS COWBOYS (14-4) 30, BUFFALO BILLS (14-4) 13 - Emmitt Smith rushed for 132 yards and two second-half touchdowns to power the Cowboys to their second consecutive NFL title. By winning, Dallas joined San Francisco and Pittsburgh as the only franchises with four Super Bowl victories. The Bills, meanwhile, extended a dubious string by losing in the Super Bowl for the fourth consecutive year. To win, the Cowboys had to rally from a 13-6 halftime deficit. Buffalo had forged its lead on Thurman Thomas's 4-yard touchdown run and a pair of field goals by Steve Christie, including a 54-yard kick, the longest in Super Bowl history.  But just 55 seconds into the second half, Thomas was stripped of the ball by Dallas defensive tackle Leon Lett. Safety James Washington recovered and weaved his way 46 yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 13-13. After forcing the Bills to punt, the Cowboys began their next possession on their 36-yard line and Smith, the game's most valuable player, took over. He carried seven times for 61 yards on the ensuing 8-play, 64-yard drive, capping the march with a 15-yard touchdown run to give Dallas the lead for good with 8:42 remaining in the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter, Washington intercepted Jim Kelly's pass and returned it 12 yards to Buffalo's 34. A penalty moved the ball back to the 39, but Smith carried twice for 10 yards and caught a screen pass for nine, and quarterback Troy Aikman completed a 16-yard pass to Alvin Harper to give the Cowboys a first-and-goal at the 6. Smith took it from there, cracking the end zone on fourth-and-goal from the 1 to put Dallas ahead 27-13 with 9:50 remaining. Eddie Murray's third field goal, from 20 yards with 2:50 left, ended any doubt about the game's outcome. Smith had 30 carries in all, with 19 of his attempts and 92 yards coming after intermission. Washington, normally a reserve who played most of the game because the Cowboys used five defensive backs to combat the Bills' No-Huddle offense, had 11 tackles and forced another fumble by Thomas in the first quarter. Aikman completed 19 of 27 passes for 207 yards. Buffalo's Kelly completed a Super Bowl-record 31 passes in 50 attempts for 260 yards. Dallas, the first team in NFL history to begin the regular season 0-2 and go on to win the Super Bowl, also became the fifth to win back-to-back titles, following Green Bay, Miami, Pittsburgh (the Steelers did it twice), and San Francisco. Buffalo became the third team, along with Minnesota and Denver, to lose four Super Bowls. The Cowboys' victory was the tenth in succession for the NFC over the AFC.
Dallas 30, MIAMI 28 (OT) (8314) - The teams went scoreless in the first quarter. Miami lost when QB Jim Jensen was sacked for a safety by Dwayne Phorne on the first play of overtime.
Orlando 43, CHARLOTTE 20 (6229) - Orlando QB Ben Bennett threw six TDs for the second week in a row, while Barry Wagner set a franchise record with five TD receptions.
SATURDAY JUNE 26
Arizona 27, CINCINNATI 26 (7039) - 
Tampa Bay 36, ALBANY 33 (11679) - Things tightened up after 40 points were scored in the first quarter. The Storm could manage only six points in the second half, and each team only had one TD after the intermission.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
X-Detroit      7  0 0 275 193 Orlando        6  1 0 305 204
Arizona        4  3 0 262 297 Tampa Bay      5  2 0 309 213
Dallas         3  4 0 280 283 Albany         3  4 0 311 290
Cleveland      2  5 0 238 272 Charlotte      3  4 0 241 317
Cincinnati     1  6 0 190 261 Miami          1  6 0 184 265
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY JULY 2
MIAMI 43, Albany 27 (8217) - Just when you thought the Hooters were out of the Arena Football League playoff picture, they pull themselves back in with an easy win over the Firebirds.
Charlotte 34, CLEVELAND 24 (7198) - 
TAMPA BAY 61, Cincinnati 51 (16236) - Tampa Bay led 47-45 after three quarters, before TD runs by Andre Bowden and Jay Gruden broke it open. Gruden threw for 293 yards and five touchdowns.
ARIZONA 73, Dallas 45 (15505) - Paul Justin threw for a franchise-record eight TDs as the Rattlers claimed their first home victory of the season. Justin completed 20 of 39 passes for 261 yards.
ORLANDO 45, Detroit 28 (13680) - Detroit, winners of four of the last five titles, had four turnovers in the second half.The Predators turned the Detroit turnovers into 24 points, to hand the Drive their first loss.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
X-Detroit      7  1 0 303 238 X-Orlando      7  1 0 350 232
Arizona        5  3 0 335 342 X-Tampa Bay    6  2 0 370 264
Dallas         3  5 0 325 356 Charlotte      4  4 0 275 341
Cleveland      2  6 0 262 306 Albany         3  5 0 338 333
Cincinnati     1  7 0 241 322 Miami          2  6 0 227 292
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY JULY 9
DETROIT 65, Albany 19 (13823) - 
Orlando 49, DALLAS 17 (8365) - The only bad news for Orlando came in the first quarter when Ben Bennett's pass was picked off by DB Joe Brookins. That ended a streak of 119 passes by Bennett without an interception.
CHARLOTTE 40, Tampa Bay 38 (6321) - Jay Gruden threw five TD passes and the Storm led at one time 31-20. The Rage would score 20 of the final 27 points to post the win. Tampa Bay turned the ball over five times.
SATURDAY JULY 10
ARIZONA 34, Cleveland 14 (15505) - 
Miami 59, CINCINNATI 51 (5147) - Jim Jensen tossed five TD passes, leading the Hooters to their second straight win and put them right in the middle of the race for the final playoff spot in the National Conference.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
X-Detroit      8  1 0 368 257 X-Orlando      8  1 0 399 249
X-Arizona      6  3 0 369 356 X-Tampa Bay    6  3 0 408 304
Dallas         3  6 0 342 405 X-Charlotte    5  4 0 315 379
Cleveland      2  7 0 276 340 Albany         3  6 0 357 398
Cincinnati     1  8 0 292 381 Miami          3  6 0 286 343
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY JULY 16
ORLANDO 48, Arizona 34 (13680) - The Predators scored 21 points in the final quarter to break a tie and clinched the National Conference title. Orlando took a 13-0 lead as Barry Wagner scored his 23rd touchdown of the season.
CHARLOTTE 54, Dallas 29 (8405) - 
Detroit 54, CLEVELAND 43 (6835) - 
SATURDAY JULY 17
ALBANY 50, Cincinnati 9 (11239) - 
TAMPA BAY 65, Miami 46 (19378) - The Hooters led 14-10 after the first, before the Jay Gruden to Stevie Thomas connection generated three second quarter TDs and the Storm lead 37-21 going into the locker room.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Detroit      9  1 0 422 300 Z-Orlando      9  1 0 447 283
X-Arizona      6  4 0 403 404 X-Tampa Bay    7  3 0 473 350
Dallas         3  7 0 371 459 X-Charlotte    6  4 0 369 408
Cleveland      2  8 0 319 394 Albany         4  6 0 407 407
Cincinnati     1  9 0 301 431 Miami          3  7 0 332 408
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY JULY 23
ORLANDO 44, Charlotte 23 (13680) - Ben Bennett tossed six TD passes, giving him 50 on the season. He ended the night with 304 yards passing and no interceptions.
ARIZONA 51, Cincinnati 43 (15505) - Hunkie Cooper scored four TDs to give the Rattlers first-round home-field advantage. Cincinnati lost its fifth straight. Cooper caught three TD passes, threw for one and ran for one.
Detroit 42, DALLAS 40 (6464) - Detroit scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to rally past Dallas, which lost its fourth straight game, and its fifth game by less than a touchdown.
SATURDAY JULY 24
TAMPA BAY 48, Albany 26 (19438) - The Storm jumped to leads of 14-0 and 21-3 over the Firebirds, but Albany scored 16 unanswered points to rally. Andre Bowden rushed for three TDs and returned a fumble for another score.
MIAMI 40, Cleveland 25 (10100) - The playoff dreams of the Hooters were realized while those of the Cleveland Thunderbolts were chilled as Jim Jensen led Miami with five touchdown passes, each to a different receiver.
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Detroit     10  1 0 464 340 Z-Orlando     10  1 0 491 306
X-Arizona      7  4 0 454 447 X-Tampa Bay    8  3 0 521 376
Dallas         3  8 0 382 447 X-Charlotte    6  5 0 392 452
Cleveland      2  9 0 344 434 X-Miami        4  7 0 372 433
Cincinnati     1 10 0 344 482 X-Albany       4  7 0 433 455
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY JULY 30
DETROIT 42, Arizona 32 (18101) - 
Miami 57, CHARLOTTE 48 (10520) - Two fumbles in the first half helped Miami put Charlotte in a deep hole and a penalty at a critical stage of the second half helped keep the Rage there in the season finale.
Tampa Bay 50, CLEVELAND 13 (7123) - Tampa Bay recorded five sacks, the first by Joe March on the game's third play for a safety. The Storm led 29-13 after three quarters, then out scored Cleveland 21-0 in the final period.
SATURDAY JULY 31
CINCINNATI 50, Dallas 43 (9105) - 
ALBANY 49, Orlando 35 (12704) - John Kaleo threw three first-half TDs and led the team on four other scoring drives as the Firebirds led 34-7 at the half and pulled off the upset of the regular season. 
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Detroit     11  1 0 506 372 Z-Orlando     10  2 0 526 355
X-Arizona      7  5 0 486 489 X-Tampa Bay    9  3 0 571 389
X-Dallas       3  9 0 425 497 X-Charlotte    6  6 0 440 509
Cleveland      2 10 0 357 484 X-Miami        5  7 0 429 481
Cincinnati     2 10 0 394 525 X-Albany       5  7 0 482 490
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1993 AFL PLAYOFFS - QUARTER-FINALS
Fri Aug 6 - TAMPA BAY (9-3) 48, Albany (5-7) 34 (21111) - A league playoff record saw Jay Gruden (13 of 22 for 198 yards with an interception) thow three TD passes and Stevie Thomas hauled in two 36 yard TD passes.
Fri Aug 6 - ORLANDO (10-2) 41, Miami (5-7) 13 (13680) - Ben Bennett threw three TD passes, Barry Wagner ran for another and had a key interception in the four quarter to lead the Predators.
Sat Aug 7 - DETROIT (11-1) 51, Dallas (3-9) 6 (13262) - Detroit  took the lead for good in the first quarter after Dallas drove to the Detroit 17. Rodney McSwain intercepted a Todd Hammel pass and Detroit scored one play later.
Sun Aug 8 - ARIZONA (7-5) 56, Charlotte (6-6) 49 (15505) - The Rage tied the game with 2:01 to play on Andy Kelly's 42-yard TD pass. Paul Justin tossed a game-winning 24-yard TD to Hunkie Cooper with 20 seconds left.
SEMI-FINALS
Sat Aug 14 - DETROIT (12-1) 38, Arizona (8-5) 34 (16031) - Fullback Tony Burse scored on a 2-yard run run with 2 seconds left to put the Drive in position to win their fifth league title.
Sat Aug 14 - Tampa Bay (10-3) 55, ORLANDO (11-2) 52 (13680) - Storm QB Jay Gruden threw four touchdowns. Orlando scored a TD with 34 seconds left, but the Storm recovered the on-sides kick.
ARENA BOWL VII (August 21, 1993 at Detroit - 12989)
TAMPA BAY STORM (11-3) 51, DETROIT DRIVE (13-1) 31 - Tampa Bay never trailed and posted their second league championship in three years, setting team postseason records with 23 first downs, 116 yards rushing and allowed 191 yards on only 26 pass attempts. The Storm got out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter and at one point in the second quarter led 20-3. Jay Gruden (18 of 32 with an interception) and Drive QB Gilbert Renfroe (15 of 26 with 2 interceptions) each threw for 204 yards and three TDs. Storm K Arden Czyzewski set a kicking mark with 15 points and Les Barley had an Arena Bowl record 49 yards rushing. Jay Gruden was named the Arena Bowl MVP and Keith Browner was named the Ironman of the game, as he scored a touchdown on offense and scored a touchdown on defense.
Orlando (10-2)
Tampa Bay (9-3)
Charlotte (6-6)
Miami (5-7)
Detroit (11-1)
Dallas (3-9)
Albany (5-7)
Cincinnati (2-10)
Arizona (7-5)
Cleveland (2-10)
Minnesota Vikings (9-7)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
Green Bay Packers (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Cleveland Browns (7-9)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Chicago Bears (7-9)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
San Francisco 49ers (10-6)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Cincinnati Bengals (3-13)
Head Coach: David Shula
New Orleans Saints (8-8)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Atlanta Falcons (6-10)
Head Coach: Jerry Glanville
Los Angeles Rams (5-11)
Head Coach: Chuck Knox
Kansas City Chiefs (11-5)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Los Angeles Raiders (10-6)
Head Coach: Art Shell
Denver Broncos (9-7)
Head Coach: Wade Phillips
San Diego Chargers (8-8)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
Seattle Seahawks (6-10)
Head Coach: Tom Flores










Dallas Cowboys (12-4)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
Buffalo Bills (12-4)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
New York Giants (11-5)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Miami Dolphins (9-7)
Head Coach: Don Shula
Philadelphia Eagles (8-8)
Head Coach: Rich Kotite
Phoenix Cardinals (7-9)
Head Coach: Joe Bugel
New York Jets (8-8)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet
New England Patriots (5-11)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Houston Oilers (12-4)
Head Coach: Jack Pardee
Washington Redskins (4-12)
Head Coach: Richie Petitbon 
Indianapolis Colts (4-12)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda
Detroit Lions (10-6)
Head Coach: Wayne Fontes