MOVING: LA Rams to St. Louis. LA Raiders to Oakland ADDED: Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars
WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3
ATLANTA 23, Carolina 20 (OT)
Houston 10, JACKSONVILLE 3
Cincinnati 24, INDIANPOLIS 21 (OT)
St. Louis 17, GREEN BAY 14
NEW ENGLAND 17, Cleveland 14
San Francisco 24, NEW ORLEANS 22
PITTSBURGH 23, Detroit 20
Tampa Bay 21, PHILADELPHIA 6
WASHINGTON 27, Arizona 7
Kansas City 34, SEATTLE 10
CHICAGO 31, Minnesota 14
MIAMI 52, NY Jets 14
OAKLAND 17, San Diego 7
DENVER 22, Buffalo 7
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
Dallas 35, NY GIANTS 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         1  0 0  35   0 Miami          1  0 0  52  14
Washington     1  0 0  27   7 New England    1  0 0  17  14
NY Giants      0  1 0   0  35 Indianapolis   0  1 0  21  24
Philadelphia   0  1 0   6  21 Buffalo        0  1 0   7  22
Arizona        0  1 0   7  27 NY Jets        0  1 0  14  52
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tampa Bay      1  0 0  21   6 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  23  20
Chicago        1  0 0  31  14 Houston        1  0 0  10   3
GREEN BAY      0  1 0  14  17 Cincinnati     1  0 0  24  21
Minnesota      0  1 0  14  31 Cleveland      0  1 0  14  17
Detroit        0  1 0  20  23 Jacksonville   0  1 0   3  10
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  1  0 0  24  22 Kansas City    1  0 0  34  10
St. Louis      1  0 0  17  14 Oakland        1  0 0  17   7
Atlanta        1  0 0  23  20 Denver         1  0 0  22   7
New Orleans    0  1 0  22  24 Seattle        0  1 0  10  34
Carolina       0  1 0  20  23 San Diego      0  1 0   7  17
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
BUFFALO 31, Carolina 9
ST. LOUIS 17, New Orleans 13
SAN FRANCISCO 41, Atlanta 10
SAN DIEGO 14, Seattle 10
Philadelphia 31, ARIZONA 19
MINNESOTA 20, Detroit 10
KANSAS CITY 20, NY Giants 17 (OT)
DALLAS 31, Denver 21
Oakland 20, WASHINGTON 8
PITTSBURGH 34, Houston 17
Indianapolis 27, NY JETS 24 (OT)
Miami 20, NEW ENGLAND 3
CLEVELAND 22, Tampa Bay 6
CINCINNATI 24, Jacksonville 17
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Green Bay 27, CHICAGO 24
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         2  0 0  66  21 Miami          2  0 0 72  17
Washington     1  1 0  35  27 New England    1  1 0  20  34
Philadelphia   1  1 0  37  40 Indianapolis   1  1 0  48  48
NY Giants      0  2 0  17  55 Buffalo        1  1 0  38  31
Arizona        0  2 0  26  58 NY Jets        0  2 0  38  79
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tampa Bay      1  1 0  27  28 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  57  37
Chicago        1  1 0  55  41 Cincinnati     2  0 0  48  38
GREEN BAY      1  1 0  41  41 Houston        1  1 0  27  37
Minnesota      1  1 0  34  41 Cleveland      1  1 0  36  23
Detroit        0  2 0  30  43 Jacksonville   0  2 0  20  34
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  2  0 0  65  32 Kansas City    2  0 0  54  27
St. Louis      2  0 0  34  27 Oakland        2  0 0  37  15
Atlanta        1  1 0  33  61 Denver         1  1 0  43  38
New Orleans    0  2 0  35  41 San Diego      1  1 0  21  27
Carolina       0  2 0  29  54 Seattle        0  2 0  20  48
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Arizona 20, DETROIT 17
KANSAS CITY 23, Oakland 17 (OT)
Chicago 25, TAMPA BAY 6
DENVER 38, Washington 31
Dallas 23, MINNESOTA 17 (OT)
Atlanta 27, NEW ORLEANS 24 (OT)
GREEN BAY 14, NY Giants 6
SEATTLE 24, Cincinnati 21
Cleveland 14, HOUSTON 7
St. Louis 31, CAROLINA 10
NY JETS 27, Jacksonville 10
BUFFALO 20, Indianapolis 14
San Diego 27, PHILADELPHIA 21
SAN FRANCISCO 28, New England 3
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18
MIAMI 23, Pittsburgh 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         3  0 0  89  38 Miami          3  0 0 95  27
Washington     1  2 0  66  65 Buffalo        2  1 0  58  45
Philadelphia   1  2 0  58  67 Indianapolis   1  2 0  62  68
Arizona        1  2 0  46  75 New England    1  2 0  23  62
NY Giants      0  3 0  23  69 NY Jets        1  2 0  65  89
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      2  1 0  55  47 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  67  60
Chicago        2  1 0  80  47 Cincinnati     2  1 0  69  62
Tampa Bay      1  2 0  33  53 Cleveland      2  1 0  50  30
Minnesota      1  2 0  51  64 Houston        1  2 0  34  51
Detroit        0  3 0  47  63 Jacksonville   0  3 0  30  61
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  3  0 0  93  35 Kansas City    3  0 0  77  44
St. Louis      3  0 0  65  37 Oakland        2  1 0  54  38
Atlanta        2  1 0  60  85 Denver         2  1 0  81  69
New Orleans    0  3 0  59  68 San Diego      2  1 0  48  48
Carolina       0  3 0  39  85 Seattle        1  2 0  44  69
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Buffalo, Carolina, Indianapolis, Miami, New England, Seattle)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
ST. LOUIS 34, Chicago 28
DALLAS 34, Arizona 20
ATLANTA 13, NY Jets 3
Green Bay 24, JACKSONVILLE 14
Minnesota 44, PITTSBURGH 24
SAN DIEGO 17, Denver 6
OAKLAND 48, Philadelphia 17
NY GIANTS 45, New Orleans 29
Houston 38, CINCINNATI 28
TAMPA BAY 14, Washington 6
CLEVELAND 35, Kansas City 17
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25
DETROIT 27, San Francisco 24
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  0 0 123  58 Miami          3  0 0  95  27
Washington     1  3 0  72  79 Buffalo        2  1 0  58  45
Philadelphia   1  3 0  75 115 Indianapolis   1  2 0  62  68
Arizona        1  3 0  66 109 New England    1  2 0  23  62
NY Giants      1  3 0  68  98 NY Jets        1  3 0  68 102
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      3  1 0  79  61 Cleveland      3  1 0  85  47
Chicago        2  2 0 108  81 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  91 104
Tampa Bay      2  2 0  47  59 Houston        2  2 0  72  79
Minnesota      2  2 0  95  88 Cincinnati     2  2 0  97 100
Detroit        1  3 0  74  87 Jacksonville   0  4 0  44  85
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      4  0 0  99  65 Kansas City    3  1 0  94  79
San Francisco  3  1 0 117  62 Oakland        3  1 0 102  55
Atlanta        3  1 0  73  88 San Diego      3  1 0  65  54
Carolina       0  3 0  39  85 Denver         2  2 0  87  86
New Orleans    0  4 0  87 113 Seattle        1  2 0  44  69
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
WASHINGTON 27, Dallas 23
INDIANAPOLIS 21, St. Louis 18
SEATTLE 27, Denver 10
PITTSBURGH 31, San Diego 16
Oakland 47, NY JETS 10
Miami 26, CINCINNATI 23
Tampa Bay 20, CAROLINA 13
Jacksonville 17, HOUSTON 16
ATLANTA 30, New England 17
Kansas City 24, ARIZONA 3
Philadelphia 15, NEW ORLEANS 10
SAN FRANCISCO 20, NY Giants 6
MONDAY OCTOBER 2
Buffalo 22, CLEVELAND 19
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  1 0 146  85 Miami          4  0 0 121  50
Washington     2  3 0  99 102 Buffalo        3  1 0  80  64
Philadelphia   2  3 0  90 125 Indianapolis   2  2 0  83  86
Arizona        1  4 0  69 133 New England    1  3 0  40  92
NY Giants      1  4 0  74 118 NY Jets        1  4 0  78 149
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      3  1 0  79  61 Cleveland      3  2 0 104  69
Tampa Bay      3  2 0  67  72 Pittsburgh     3  2 0 122 120
Chicago        2  2 0 108  81 Houston        2  3 0  88  96
Minnesota      2  2 0  95  88 Cincinnati     2  3 0 120 126
Detroit        1  3 0  74  87 Jacksonville   1  4 0  61 101
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      4  1 0 117  86 Kansas City    4  1 0 118  82
San Francisco  4  1 0 137  68 Oakland        4  1 0 149  65
Atlanta        4  1 0 103 105 San Diego      3  2 0  81  85
Carolina       0  4 0  52 105 Seattle        2  2 0  71  79
New Orleans    0  5 0  97 128 Denver         2  3 0  97 103
WEEK SIX (Bye - Atlanta, New Orleans, St. Louis, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
CHICAGO 31, Carolina 27
BUFFALO 29, NY Jets 10
NY GIANTS 27, Arizona 21 (OT)
Denver 37, NEW ENGLAND 3
TAMPA BAY 19, Cincinnati 16
JACKSONVILLE 20, Pittsburgh 16
DETROIT 38, Cleveland 20
DALLAS 34, Green Bay 24
PHILADELPHIA 37, Washington 34 (OT)
Indianapolis 27, MIAMI 24(OT)
MINNESOTA 23, Houston 17 (OT)
OAKLAND 34, Seattle 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
KANSAS CITY 29, San Diego 23 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         5  1 0 180 109 Miami          4  1 0 145  77
Philadelphia   3  3 0 127 159 Buffalo        4  1 0 109  74
Washington     2  4 0 133 139 Indianapolis   3  2 0 110 110
NY Giants      2  4 0 101 139 New England    1  4 0  43 129
Arizona        1  5 0  90 160 NY Jets        1  5 0  88 178
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tampa Bay      4  2 0  86  88 Cleveland      3  3 0 124 107
GREEN BAY      3  2 0 103  95 Pittsburgh     3  3 0 138 140
Chicago        3  2 0 139 108 Houston        2  4 0 105 119
Minnesota      3  2 0 118 105 Cincinnati     2  4 0 136 145
Detroit        2  3 0 112 107 Jacksonville   2  4 0  81 117
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      4  1 0 117  86 Kansas City    5  1 0 147 105
San Francisco  4  1 0 137  68 Oakland        5  1 0 183  79
Atlanta        4  1 0 103 105 San Diego      3  3 0 104 114
Carolina       0  5 0  79 136 Denver         3  3 0 134 106
New Orleans    0  5 0  97 128 Seattle        2  3 0  85 113
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Cin, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 12
ST. LOUIS 21, Atlanta 19
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
Chicago 30, JACKSONVILLE 27
Philadelphia 17, NY GIANTS 14
Dallas 23, SAN DIEGO 9
GREEN BAY 30, Detroit 21
INDIANAPOLIS 18, San Francisco 17
NEW ORLEANS 33, Miami 30
TAM BAY 20, Minnesota 17 (OT)
BUFFALO 27, Seattle 21
CAROLINA 26, NY Jets 15
KANSAS CITY 31, New England 26
ARIZONA 24, Washington 20
MONDAY OCTOBER 16
DENVER 27, Oakland 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         6  1 0 203 118 Buffalo        5  1 0 136  95
Philadelphia   4  3 0 144 173 Miami          4  2 0 175 110
Washington     2  5 0 153 163 Indianapolis   4  2 0 128 127
NY Giants      2  5 0 115 156 New England    1  5 0  69 160
Arizona        2  5 0 114 180 NY Jets        1  6 0 103 204
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tampa Bay      5  2 0 106 105 Cleveland      3  3 0 124 107
GREEN BAY      4  2 0 133 116 Pittsburgh     3  3 0 138 140
Chicago        4  2 0 169 135 Houston        2  4 0 105 119
Minnesota      3  3 0 135 125 Cincinnati     2  4 0 136 145
Detroit        2  4 0 133 137 Jacksonville   2  5 0 108 147
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      5  1 0 138 105 Kansas City    6  1 0 178 131
San Francisco  4  2 0 154  86 Oakland        5  2 0 183 106
Atlanta        4  2 0 122 126 Denver         4  3 0 161 106
Carolina       1  5 0 105 151 San Diego      3  4 0 113 137
New Orleans    1  5 0 130 158 Seattle        2  4 0 106 140
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Arizona, Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19
Cincinnati 27, PITTSBURGH 9
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
Atlanta 24, TAMPA BAY 21
NY JETS 17, Miami 16
OAKLAND 30, Indianapolis 17
WASHINGTON 36, Detroit 30 (OT)
GREEN BAY 38, Minnesota 21
Kansas City 21, DENVER 7
CHICAGO 35, Houston 32
CAROLINA 20, New Orleans 3
San Diego 35, SEATTLE 25
Jacksonville 23, CLEVELAND 15
San Francisco 44, ST. LOUIS 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 23
NEW ENGLAND 27, Buffalo 14
NFL EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         6  1 0 203 118 Buffalo        5  2 0 150 122
Philadelphia   4  3 0 144 173 Miami          4  3 0 191 127
Washington     3  5 0 189 193 Indianapolis   4  3 0 145 157
NY Giants      2  5 0 115 156 New England    2  5 0  96 174
Arizona        2  5 0 114 180 NY Jets        2  6 0 120 220
NFL CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      5  2 0 171 137 Cleveland      3  4 0 139 130
Chicago        5  2 0 204 167 Pittsburgh     3  4 0 147 167
Tampa Bay      5  3 0 127 129 Cincinnati     3  4 0 163 154
Minnesota      3  4 0 156 163 Jacksonville   3  5 0 131 162
Detroit        2  5 0 163 173 Houston        2  5 0 137 154
NFL WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      5  2 0 148 149 Kansas City    7  1 0 199 138
San Francisco  5  2 0 198  96 Oakland        6  2 0 213 123
Atlanta        5  2 0 146 147 Denver         4  4 0 168 127
Carolina       2  5 0 125 154 San Diego      4  4 0 148 162
New Orleans    1  6 0 133 178 Seattle        2  5 0 131 175
WEEK NINE (Bye - Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 29
Carolina 20, NEW ENGLAND 17
PITTSBURGH 24, Jacksonville 7
MIAMI 23, Buffalo 6
DETROIT 24, Green Bay 16
NY Giants 24, WASHINGTON 15
Cleveland 29, CINCINNATI 26
INDIANAPOLIS 17, NY Jets 10
New Orleans 11, SAN FRAN 7
Dallas 28, ATLANTA 13
ARIZONA 20, Seattle 14
PHILADELPHIA 20, St. Louis 9
HOUSTON 19, Tampa Bay 7
MONDAY OCTOBER 30
Chicago 14, MINNESOTA 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         7  1 0 231 131 Buffalo        5  3 0 156 145
Philadelphia   5  3 0 164 182 Miami          5  3 0 214 133
NY Giants      3  5 0 139 171 Indianapolis   5  3 0 162 167
Arizona        3  5 0 134 194 New England    2  6 0 113 194
Washington     3  6 0 204 217 NY Jets        2  7 0 130 237
FOLDING: Massachusetts Marauders, Ft. Worth Calvary,  Cleveland Thunderbolts ADDED: Memphis Pharoahs, Connecticut Coyotes, St. Louis Stampede, San Jose SaberCats and Iowa Barnstormers
WEEK ONE (Bye - Las Vegas)
FRIDAY MAY 12
Arizona 43, SAN JOSE 37 (OT) (15105) - San Jose played its first-ever regular season game against Arizona, losing in overtime.
Iowa 69, MILWAUKEE 61 (12297) - The Barnstormers played their first regular season game and won the game after both teams scored a combined 24 points in the final 40 seconds of the game.
ST. LOUIS 35, Memphis 22 (10675) - The Stampede opened their history with a victory over the Memphis Pharoahs. It was the debut for both teams, who combined for the AFL equivalent of a defensive standoff.
SATURDAY MAY 13
Orlando 45, CONNECTICUT 43 (7643) - Chris Drennan's 29-yard FG missed wide right with 17 seconds left, giving the Predators the win. Coyotes QB Mike Hold passed for four touchdowns and ran for one.
Charlotte 51, ALBANY 49 (12965) - 
Tampa Bay 58, MIAMI 43 (6978) - Tampa Bay exploded for a 25-0 first quarter lead against the Hooters, and finished with a team record three safeties. Jay Gruden (12 of 27 for 162 yards) threw for three scores.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        1  0 0  43  37 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  58  43
Las Vegas      0  0 0   0   0 Orlando        1  0 0  45  43
San Jose       0  1 0  37  43 Miami          0  1 0  43  58
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           1  0 0  69  61 Charlotte      1  0 0  51  49
St. Louis      1  0 0  35  22 Albany         0  1 0  49  51
Memphis        0  1 0  22  35 Connecticut    0  1 0  43  45
Milwaukee      0  1 0  61  69
WEEK TWO (Bye - Tampa Bay)
FRIDAY MAY 19
ARIZONA 45, Albany 35 (15121) - 
MEMPHIS 33, Milwaukee 26 (8887) -  A sluggish start by the Mustangs led to a predictable finish - a 14th consecutive defeat. The expansion  Pharaohs won their first game behind a stellar performance from rookie QB Troy Kopp.
CHARLOTTE 41, Orlando 38 (6665) - Barry Wagner scored all of Orlando's six TDs, but it was not enough to avoid the upset.
SATURDAY MAY 20
ST. LOUIS 42, Connecticut 40 (8774) - The Stampede used a determined defensive effort in the second half to beat the Coyotes after trailing 27-20 at halftime.
IOWA 41, Miami 29 (10628) - The Hooters squandered a strong first half as the Barnstormers scored four second-half touchdowns to win their second straight game/
San Jose 32, LAS VEGAS 27 (4105) - 
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        2  0 0  88  72 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  58  43
San Jose       1  1 0  69  70 Orlando        1  1 0  83  84
Las Vegas      0  1 0  27  32 Miami          0  2 0  72  99
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           2  0 0 110  90 Charlotte      2  0 0  92  87
St. Louis      2  0 0  77  62 Albany         0  2 0  84  96
Memphis        1  1 0  55  61 Connecticut    0  2 0  83  87
MILWAUKEE      0  2 0  87 102
WEEK THREE (Bye - Albany)
THURSDAY MAY 25 
Iowa 51, CONNECTICUT 18 (7340) - Kurt Warner tossed three TD passes as Iowa improved to 3-0. Warner completed 20 of 29 passes for 248 yards. Warner, who also ran for a touchdown, has 12 TD passes in three games.
FRIDAY MAY 26
Memphis 41, SAN JOSE 30 (13043) - The SaberCats scored first on a pass from Tony Kimbrough to Anthony Howard, then led, 9-7, following a second quarter FG. But Memphis roared back and led at halftime, 27-17.
ORLANDO 51, Miami 13 (15638) - A record crowd saw Orlando win their 17th straight home game, as Barry Wagner scored five TDs. Miami was held to nine first downs, 142 total yards and no points in the second half.
St. Louis 67, MILWAUKEE 65 (12474) - QB John Kaleo completed 26 of 39 passes for 312 yards, threw for four TDs and rushed for two more to rally the Stampede to the win, as the clubs set a record for points scored in a game.
SATURDAY MAY 27
TAMPA BAY 34, Charlotte 16 (12426) - With the game tied at halftime, the Storm held the Rage scoreless in the second half, and Jay Gruden (15 of 31 for 249 yards) threw two TD passes to George LaFrance.
ARIZONA 72, Las Vegas 69 (15435) - QB Aaron Garcia threw for a team-record 389 yards and six TDs, but the Rattlers needed a 17-yard FG from Luis Zendejas with 17 seconds left to win the highest scoring AFL game.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        3  0 0 160 141 Tampa Bay      2  0 0  92  59
San Jose       1  2 0  99 111 Orlando        2  1 0 134  97
Las Vegas      0  2 0  96 104 Miami          0  3 0  85 150
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           3  0 0 161 108 Charlotte      2  1 0 108 121
St. Louis      3  0 0 144 127 Albany         0  2 0  84  96
Memphis        2  1 0  96  91 Connecticut    0  3 0 101 138
MILWAUKEE      0  3 0 142 169
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Orlando)
FRIDAY JUNE 2
Arizona 48, MEMPHIS 33 (8205) - 
Milwaukee 31, CHARLOTTE 27 (8166) - Penalties cost the Rage one TD and gave up another as the Mustangs ended a 15-game losing streak and recorded the franchise's first-ever victory.
Tampa Bay 69, LAS VEGAS 55 (4212) - Storm WR Stevie Thomas scored four TDs, including an interception return, while George LaFrance scored three TDs, including a KO return, and a team record 281 all purpose yards.
SATURDAY JUNE 3
ALBANY 57, Connecticut 34 (11994) - Coyotes QB Mike Hold, who had a compression facture of his right cheekbone, and offensive specialist Tyrone Thurman, with a strained left knee ligament, played the entire game.
St. Louis 44, IOWA 38 (11081) - John Kaleo completed 26 of 39 passes for 291 yards and five TDs to lead the unbeaten Stampede. Kaleo's three-yard touchdown run with 6 seconds remaining was the clincher.
San Jose 50, MIAMI 22 (7100) - Miami took the opening drive down the field and scored. Things quickly returned to normal after that. Miami managed only three field goals and a late touchdown the rest of the game.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        4  0 0 208 174 Tampa Bay      3  0 0 161 114
San Jose       2  2 0 149 133 Orlando        2  1 0 134  97
Las Vegas      0  3 0 151 173 Miami          0  4 0 107 200
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
St. Louis      4  0 0 188 165 Charlotte      2  2 0 135 152
Iowa           3  1 0 199 152 Albany         1  2 0 141 130
Memphis        2  2 0 129 139 Connecticut    0  4 0 135 195
MILWAUKEE      1  3 0 173 207
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Memphis)
FRIDAY JUNE 9
ORLANDO 55, Albany 47 (15638) - Barry Wagner scored five more TDs to  lead the Predators before a sellout crowd.
Charlotte 33, CONNECTICUT 22 (7059) - The Coyotes trailed by double digits at halftime for the third consecutive game. The Rage scored only three points in the second half, but their 20-point halftime lead held up.
SAN JOSE 35, Las Vegas 31 (12892) - After trailing 16-0, the SaberCats rallied to beat the Sting for the second time this year, while winning for the first time at San Jose Arena.
ST. LOUIS 53, Milwaukee 45 (10809) - Despite a franchise-record four TD catches by WR Gary Compton, the Mustangs lost to the perfect Stampede. who were led by the place-kicking of Tom Whelihan.
SATURDAY JUNE 10
Iowa 62, ARIZONA 54 (15505) - Kurt Warner scored a touchdown on a 2-yard run with 27 seconds left to lift the Barnstormers to the win.
TAMPA BAY 54, Miami 7 (13114) - Wayne Williams had two interceptions and Jorge Cimadevilla became the first Storm K to make seven XPs, as the Storm built up a 54-0 lead before a late fourth quarter TD ruined the shutout. 
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        4  1 0 262 236 Tampa Bay      4  0 0 215 121
San Jose       3  2 0 184 164 Orlando        3  1 0 189 144
Las Vegas      0  4 0 182 208 Miami          0  5 0 114 254
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
St. Louis      5  0 0 241 210 Charlotte      3  2 0 168 174
Iowa           4  1 0 261 206 Albany         1  3 0 188 185
Memphis        2  2 0 129 139 Connecticut    0  5 0 157 228
MILWAUKEE      1  4 0 218 260
WEEK SIX (Bye - Arizona)
FRIDAY JUNE 16
CHARLOTTE 53, Connecticut 24 (7988) - 
Memphis 57, IOWA 54 (OT) (10187) - Memphis K Brian Lee kicked a 16-yard FG with 1 second left in OT. The Barnstormers rallied when K Mike Black nailed a 43-yard field goal to send the game into overtime.
MILWAUKEE 64, San Jose 47 (14747) - Fans danced in the aisles as Milwaukee won at home for the first time in franchise history, after eight regular-season defeats. Craig Taylor ran for 74 yards to spark the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
Orlando 48, MIAMI 29 (6700) - Orlando's Barry Wagner rushed for five TDs and caught two scoring passes from Pat O'Hara to break his own mark of six TDs in one game set on June 25, 1994, against Albany.
LAS VEGAS 57, St. Louis 25 (6144) - In the shocker of the year so far, the Sting won their first game of the season. The loss was St. Louis' first of the year., who remained in first place in the Central Division.
ALBANY 42, Tampa Bay 36 (11801) - Albany led 21-6 early, the Storm closed to gap to 28-26 by the half and led 36-28 before being held scoreless in the fourth quarter. Albany scored the game winning TD with 18 seconds left.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        4  1 0 262 236 Orlando        4  1 0 237 173
San Jose       3  3 0 231 228 Tampa Bay      4  1 0 251 163
Las Vegas      1  4 0 239 233 Miami          0  6 0 143 302
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
St. Louis      5  1 0 266 267 Charlotte      4  2 0 221 198
Iowa           4  2 0 315 263 Albany         2  3 0 230 221
Memphis        3  2 0 186 193 Connecticut    0  6 0 181 281
MILWAUKEE      2  4 0 282 307
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - St. Louis)
FRIDAY JUNE 23
Albany 63, CONNECTICUT 31 (7831) - The Firebirds didn't need their two key offensive players, Mike Perez and Eddie Brown, to beat the Coyotes, who replaced QB Mike Hold with Clemente Gordon for the third straight game.
ORLANDO 58, Milwaukee 33 (15638) - Teams such as the  Mustangs can stay with Orlando for a while, but sooner or later, speed, defense, line strength and, most of all, Barry Wagner take over, as he scored four TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Charlotte 52, ARIZONA 50 (15505) - 
Las Vegas 38, TAMPA BAY 37 (13022) - Jay Gruden threw for three TDs, as Tampa scored on every first half possession to take a 30-19 halftime lead. Gruden was picked off twice in the second half as the Sting rallied.
MEMPHIS 40, Miami 24 (11285) - The Hooters got to within three points of Memphis with two minutes remaining before the Pharaohs pulled away and kept Miami winless.
San Jose 33, IOWA 17 (11411) - San Jose limited Iowa to 139 total yards, including minus-13 rushing,
FRANCHISES: Amsterdam Admirals, Barcelona Dragons, Frankfurt Galaxy, London Monarchs, Rhein Fire, Scottish Claymores
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 8
Frankfurt 45, LONDON 22 (28021) - DB Jack Kellogg intercepted three passes, returning the final one 46 yards for a TD, as the Galaxy rolled. NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue attended the game
Amsterdam 17, BARCELONA 13 (7186) - Ralph Dwarkins ran 38 yards for a TD and Jamie Martin hit Craig McEwen with a 22-yard TD pass as the Admirals won their WLAF debut before a disappointing crowd
SUNDAY APRIL 9
RHEIN 19, Scottish 17 (10346) - Gino Torretta's 49-yard TD pass to Deron Pointer with 3:37 left gave the Fire the win. The Claymores had a chance to win, but Arden Czyzewski missed a 27-yard FG with 24 seconds remaining
Amsterdam      1  0 0  17  13 Barcelona      0  1 0  13  17
Frankfurt      1  0 0  45  22 London         0  1 0  22  45
Rhein          1  0 0  19  17 Scottish       0  1 0  17  19
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 15
Amsterdam 14, FRANKFURT 12 (5321) - Karmeeleyah McGill returned a fumble 34 yards for a TD, and David Jones caught an 18-yard TD pass from Jamie Martin to give the Admirals their second straight win
LONDON 23, Rhein 7 (15892) - The Fire led early when Gino Torretta threw a 9-yard TD to RB Ronald Williams. K Don Silvestri made two FGs, before RB Victor Ebubedike scored on a 2-yard run for the lead shortly before half-time
MONDAY APRIL 17
Barcelona 10, SCOTTISH 7 (16500) - With 9 minutes to play, Claymore QB Matt Blundin was intercepted by DB Sean Thomas. Four plays later, Scott Szeredy converted what proved to be the game-winning 37-yard FG
Amsterdam      2  0 0  31  25 London         1  1 0  45  52
Barcelona      1  1 0  23  24 Rhein          1  1 0  26  40
Frankfurt      1  1 0  57  36 Scottish       0  2 0  24  29
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Barcelona 32, RHEIN 30 (17900) - QB Jay Walker engineered a 65-yard scoring drive in the final quarter and capped the long march with a 1-yard run, leading the Dragons over the Fire
SCOTTISH 20, Frankfurt 14 (25182) - Matt Blundin's 18-yard pass to Tim Barnett with 1:20 remaining set up Siran Stacy's 1-yard TD run as the Claymores finally won
SUNDAY APRIL 23
AMSTERDAM 17, London 10 (8763) - Ralph Dawkins capped a WLAF record 40-carry, 164-yard performance with a 6-yard TD run in the third to keep the Admirals perfect. Dawkins also scored on a 1-yard run in the first quarter
Amsterdam      3  0 0  48  35 London         1  2 0  55  69
Barcelona      2  1 0  55  54 Rhein          1  2 0  56  72
Frankfurt      1  2 0  71  56 Scottish       1  2 0  44  43
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY APRIL 30
BARCELONA 39, London 24 (10287) - Casey Weldon threw a 69-yard TD pass to Tyree Davis and Jay Walker threw a 43-yard TD to Mario Henry as the Dragons won their third straight
Rhein 21, FRANKFURT 20 (19181) - Paul Justin's pass for a two-point conversion with 1:59 remaining fell incomplete and the Galaxy lost their third straight
AMSTERDAM 31, Scottish 0 (9306) - Jamie Martin threw three TD passes and Terry Belden kicked three FGs as the Admirals secured a spot in the World Bowl and remained perfect
X-Amsterdam    4  0 0  79  35 Frankfurt      1  3 0  91  77
Barcelona      3  1 0  94  78 London         1  3 0  79 108
Rhein          2  2 0  77  92 Scottish       1  3 0  44  74
X-First Half Winner
WEEK FIVE - END OF FIRST HALF
SATURDAY MAY 6
Amsterdam 30, RHEIN 10 (8153) - Dedric Smith scored two TDs as the Admirals finished the first half 5-0. Smith caught a 32-yard TD from Jamie Martin and a 5-yarder from Will Furrer during a three-TD second quarter
Frankfurt 24, BARCELONA 20 (30698) - Paul Justin connected with Tony Harrison on an 18-yard TD with 1:55 left to rally the Galaxy. Dragons SSy Mike Middleton was flown to the hospital after the game with a broken  vertabrae
SUNDAY MAY 7
LONDON 11, Scottish 10 (10481) - The teams combined for 12 turnovers. Monarch K Don Silvestri ran out of time before trying a 48-yard kick. The five-yard penalty meant Silvestri converted from 53 yards away for four points
X-Amsterdam    5  0 0 109  45 London         2  3 0  66  79
Barcelona      3  2 0 114 102 Rhein          2  3 0  87 122
Frankfurt      2  3 0 115  97 Scottish       1  4 0  54  85
X-First Half Winner
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 13
AMSTERDAM 40, Barcelona 34 (OT) (18369) - Kelly Sims intercepted a pass by Jay Walker and returned it 75 yards for a TD in OT to lift the undefeated  Admirals
Rhein 33, SCOTTISH 27 (OT) (6981) - Shaumbe Wright-Fair scored on a 16-yard run in OT to give the Fire the win
SUNDAY MAY 14
FRANKFURT 27, London 7 (8912) - London scored first when QB Brad Johnson threw a 3-yard pass to Phil Bryant, but then Johnson tossed four interceptions as the Galaxy rolled
X-Amsterdam    1  0 0  40  34 Barcelona     0  1 0  34  40
Frankfurt      1  0 0  27   7 London        0  1 0   7  27
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        6  2 0 218 173 Cleveland      4  4 0 168 156
GREEN BAY      5  3 0 187 161 Pittsburgh     4  4 0 171 174
Tampa Bay      5  4 0 134 148 Cincinnati     3  5 0 189 183
Minnesota      3  5 0 162 177 Houston        3  5 0 156 161
Detroit        3  5 0 187 189 Jacksonville   3  6 0 138 186
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
St. Louis      5  3 0 157 169 Kansas City    7  1 0 199 138
San Francisco  5  3 0 205 107 Oakland        6  2 0 213 123
Atlanta        5  3 0 159 175 Denver         4  4 0 168 127
Carolina       3  5 0 145 171 San Diego      4  4 0 148 162
New Orleans    2  6 0 144 185 Seattle        2  6 0 145 195
WEEK TEN (Bye - Jacksonville, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5
Buffalo 16, INDIANAPOLIS 10
New England 20, NY JETS 7
DENVER 38, Arizona 6
Pittsburgh 37, CHICAGO 34 (OT)
Miami 24, SAN DIEGO 14
ATLANTA 34, Detroit 22
NEW ORLEANS 19, St. Louis 10
Carolina 13, SAN FRANCISCO 7
MINNESOTA 27, Green Bay 24
KANSAS CITY 24, Washington 3
Oakland 20, CINCINNATI 17
Houston 37, CLEVELAND 10
SEATTLE 30, NY Giants 28
MONDAY NOVEMBER 6
DALLAS 34, Philadelphia 12
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  1 0 265 143 Buffalo        6  3 0 172 155
Philadelphia   5  4 0 176 216 Miami          6  3 0 238 147
NY Giants      3  6 0 167 201 Indianapolis   5  4 0 172 183
Arizona        3  6 0 140 232 New England    3  6 0 133 201
Washington     3  7 0 207 241 NY Jets        2  8 0 137 257
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        6  3 0 252 210 Pittsburgh     5  4 0 208 208
GREEN BAY      5  4 0 211 188 Cleveland      4  5 0 178 193
Tampa Bay      5  4 0 134 148 Houston        4  5 0 193 171
Minnesota      4  5 0 189 201 Cincinnati     3  6 0 206 203
Detroit        3  6 0 209 223 Jacksonville   3  6 0 138 186
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        6  3 0 193 197 Kansas City    8  1 0 223 141
San Francisco  5  4 0 212 120 Oakland        7  2 0 233 140
St. Louis      5  4 0 167 188 Denver         5  4 0 206 133
Carolina       4  5 0 158 178 San Diego      4  5 0 162 186
New Orleans    3  6 0 163 195 Seattle        3  6 0 175 223
NOVEMBER 6 - Cleveland Browns announced their move to Baltimore
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - New York Jets, Washington)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12
BUFFALO 23, Atlanta 17
NEW ORLEANS 17, Indianapolis 14
DETROIT 27, Tampa Bay 24
Kansas City 22, SAN DIEGO 7
PHILADELPHIA 31, Denver 13
ST. LOUIS 28, Carolina 17
Oakland 17, NY GIANTS 13
Minnesota 30, ARIZONA 24 (OT)
GREEN BAY 35, Chicago 28
New England 34, MIAMI 17
San Francisco 38, DALLAS 20
Cincinnati 32, HOUSTON 25
Seattle 47, JACKSONVILLE 30
MONDAY NOVEMBER 13
PITTSBURGH 20, Cleveland 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  2 0 285 181 Buffalo        7  3 0 195 172
Philadelphia   6  4 0 207 229 Miami          6  4 0 255 181
NY Giants      3  7 0 180 218 Indianapolis   5  5 0 186 200
Arizona        3  7 0 164 262 New England    4  6 0 167 218
Washington     3  7 0 207 241 NY Jets        2  8 0 137 257
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Chicago        6  4 0 280 245 Pittsburgh     6  4 0 228 211
GREEN BAY      6  4 0 246 216 Cincinnati     4  6 0 238 228
Tampa Bay      5  5 0 158 175 Houston        4  6 0 218 203
Minnesota      5  5 0 219 225 Cleveland      4  6 0 181 213
Detroit        4  6 0 236 247 Jacksonville   3  7 0 168 233
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  6  4 0 250 140 Kansas City    9  1 0 245 148
Atlanta        6  4 0 210 220 Oakland        8  2 0 250 153
St. Louis      6  4 0 195 205 Denver         5  5 0 219 164
Carolina       4  6 0 175 206 San Diego      4  6 0 169 208
New Orleans    4  6 0 180 209 Seattle        4  6 0 212 253
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19
CAROLINA 27, Arizona 7
Indianapolis 24, NEW ENGLAND 10
Seattle 27, WASHINGTON 20
Buffalo 28, NY JETS 26
KANSAS CITY 20, Houston 13
Detroit 24, CHICAGO 17
PHILADELPHIA 28, NY Giants 19
Dallas 34, OAKLAND 21
Green Bay 31, CLEVELAND 20
Pittsburgh 49, CINCINNATI 31
MINNESOTA 43, New Orleans 24
TAMPA BAY 17, Jacksonville 16
ATLANTA 31, St. Louis 6
DENVER 30, San Diego 27
MONDAY NOVEMBER 20
San Francisco 44, MIAMI 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         9  2 0 319 202 Buffalo        8  3 0 223 198
Philadelphia   7  4 0 235 248 Miami          6  5 0 275 225
NY Giants      3  8 0 199 246 Indianapolis   6  5 0 210 210
Arizona        3  8 0 171 289 New England    4  7 0 177 242
Washington     3  8 0 227 268 NY Jets        2  9 0 163 285
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      7  4 0 277 236 Pittsburgh     7  4 0 277 242
Chicago        6  5 0 297 269 Cincinnati     4  7 0 269 277
Tampa Bay      6  5 0 175 191 Houston        4  7 0 231 223
Minnesota      6  5 0 262 249 Cleveland      4  7 0 201 244
Detroit        5  6 0 260 264 Jacksonville   3  8 0 184 250
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  7  4 0 294 160 Kansas City   10  1 0 265 161
Atlanta        7  4 0 241 226 Oakland        8  3 0 271 187
St. Louis      6  5 0 201 236 Denver         6  5 0 249 191
Carolina       5  6 0 202 213 Seattle        5  6 0 239 273
New Orleans    4  7 0 204 252 San Diego      4  7 0 196 238
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23
DETROIT 44, Minnesota 38
DALLAS 24, Kansas City 12
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26
Chicago 27, NY GIANTS 24
Philadelphia 14, WASHINGTON 7
ARIZONA 40, Atlanta 37 (OT)
SAN FRANCISCO 41, St. Louis 13
NEW ORLEANS 34, Carolina 26
Cincinnati 17, JACKSONVILLE 13
GREEN BAY 35, Tampa Bay 13
HOUSTON 42, Denver 33
INDIANAPOLIS 36, Miami 28
NY Jets 16, SEATTLE 10
New England 35, BUFFALO 25
Pittsburgh 20, CLEVELAND 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 27
SAN DIEGO 12, Oakland 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        10  2 0 343 214 Buffalo        8  4 0 248 233
Philadelphia   8  4 0 249 255 Indianapolis   7  5 0 246 238
Arizona        4  8 0 211 326 Miami          6  6 0 303 261
NY Giants      3  9 0 223 273 New England    5  7 0 212 267
Washington     3  9 0 234 282 NY Jets        3  9 0 179 295
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      8  4 0 312 249 Pittsburgh     8  4 0 297 259
Chicago        7  5 0 324 293 Cincinnati     5  7 0 286 290
Tampa Bay      6  6 0 188 226 Houston        5  7 0 273 256
Minnesota      6  6 0 300 293 Cleveland      4  8 0 218 264
Detroit        6  6 0 304 302 Jacksonville   3  9 0 197 267
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  8  4 0 335 173 Kansas City   10  2 0 277 185
Atlanta        7  5 0 278 266 Oakland        8  4 0 277 199
St. Louis      6  6 0 214 277 Denver         6  6 0 282 233
Carolina       5  7 0 228 247 Seattle        5  7 0 249 289
New Orleans    5  7 0 238 278 San Diego      5  7 0 208 244
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30
NY Giants 10, ARIZONA 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 3
MIAMI 21, Atlanta 20
New Orleans 31, NEW ENGLAND 17
SAN DIEGO 31, Cleveland 13
Washington 24, DALLAS 17
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Buffalo 17
GREEN BAY 24, Cincinnati 10
St. Louis 23, NY JETS 20
DENVER 31, Jacksonville 23
PITTSBURGH 21, Houston 7
MINNESOTA 31, Tampa Bay 17
Kansas City 29, OAKLAND 23
CAROLINA 13, Indianapolis 10
SEATTLE 26, Philadelphia 14
MONDAY DECEMBER 4
DETROIT 27, Chicago 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        10  3 0 360 238 Buffalo        8  5 0 265 260
Philadelphia   8  5 0 263 281 Indianapolis   7  6 0 256 251
Arizona        4  9 0 217 336 Miami          7  6 0 324 281
NY Giants      4  9 0 233 279 New England    5  8 0 229 298
Washington     4  9 0 258 299 NY Jets        3 10 0 199 318
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      9  4 0 336 259 X-Pittsburgh   9  4 0 318 266
Chicago        7  6 0 331 320 Cincinnati     5  8 0 296 314
Detroit        7  6 0 331 309 Houston        5  8 0 280 277
Minnesota      7  6 0 331 310 Cleveland      4  9 0 231 295
Tampa Bay      6  7 0 205 257 Jacksonville   3 10 0 220 298
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  9  4 0 362 190 X-Kansas City 11  2 0 306 208
Atlanta        7  6 0 298 287 Oakland        8  5 0 300 228
St. Louis      7  6 0 237 297 Denver         7  6 0 313 256
Carolina       6  7 0 241 257 Seattle        6  7 0 275 303
New Orleans    6  7 0 269 295 San Diego      6  7 0 239 257
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 9
MINNESOTA 27, Cleveland 11
SAN DIEGO 28, Arizona 25
SUNDAY DECEMBER 10
Buffalo 45, ST. LOUIS 27
Indianapolis 41, JACKSONVILLE 31
Pittsburgh 29, OAKLAND 10
TAMPA BAY 13, Green Bay 10 (OT)
CINCINNATI 16, Chicago 10
ATLANTA 19, New Orleans 14
Seattle 31, DENVER 27
PHILADELPHIA 20, Dallas 17
NEW ENGLAND 31, NY Jets 28
NY GIANTS 20, Washington 13
Detroit 24, HOUSTON 17
San Francisco 31, CAROLINA 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 11
MIAMI 13, Kansas City 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas        10  4 0 377 258 Buffalo        9  5 0 310 287
Philadelphia   9  5 0 283 298 Indianapolis   8  6 0 297 282
NY Giants      5  9 0 253 292 Miami          8  6 0 337 287
Washington     4 10 0 271 319 New England    6  8 0 260 326
Arizona        4 10 0 242 364 NY Jets        3 11 0 227 349
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      9  5 0 346 272 X-Pittsburgh  10  4 0 347 276
Detroit        8  6 0 355 326 Cincinnati     6  8 0 312 324
Minnesota      8  6 0 358 321 Houston        5  9 0 297 301
Chicago        7  7 0 341 336 Cleveland      4 10 0 242 322
Tampa Bay      7  7 0 218 267 Jacksonville   3 11 0 251 339
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco 10  4 0 393 200 X-Kansas City 11  3 0 312 221
Atlanta        8  6 0 317 301 Oakland        8  6 0 310 257
St. Louis      7  7 0 264 342 Denver         7  7 0 340 287
Carolina       6  8 0 251 288 Seattle        7  7 0 306 330
New Orleans    6  8 0 283 314 San Diego      7  7 0 267 282
X-Clinched Divsion Title      Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 16
PITTSBURGH 41, New England 27
Green Bay 34, NEW ORLEANS 20
SUNDAY DECEMBER 17
PHILADELPHIA 21, Arizona 20
BUFFALO 23, Miami 20
KANSAS CITY 20, Denver 17
SEATTLE 44, Oakland 10
CAROLINA 21, Atlanta 17
HOUSTON 23, NY Jets 6
DALLAS 21, NY Giants 20
CLEVELAND 26, Cincinnati 10
CHICAGO 31, Tampa Bay 10
San Diego 27, INDIANAPOLIS 24
DETROIT 44, Jacksonville 0
Washington 35, ST. LOUIS 23
MONDAY DECEMBER 18
SAN FRANCISCO 37, Minnesota 30
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Dallas      11  4 0 398 278 X-Buffalo     10  5 0 333 307
Y-Philadelph  10  5 0 304 318 Indianapolis   8  7 0 321 309
NY Giants      5 10 0 273 313 Miami          8  7 0 357 310
Washington     5 10 0 306 342 New England    6  9 0 287 367
Arizona        4 11 0 262 385 NY Jets        3 12 0 233 372
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-GREEN BAY   10  5 0 380 292 X-Pittsburgh  11  4 0 388 303
Detroit        9  6 0 399 326 Cincinnati     6  9 0 322 350
Minnesota      8  7 0 388 358 Houston        6  9 0 320 307
Chicago        8  7 0 372 346 Cleveland      5 10 0 268 332
Tampa Bay      7  8 0 228 298 Jacksonville   3 12 0 251 383
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
X-S.Francisco 11  4 0 430 230 X-Kansas City 12  3 0 332 238
Atlanta        8  7 0 334 322 San Diego      8  7 0 294 306
St. Louis      7  8 0 287 377 Seattle        8  7 0 350 340
Carolina       7  8 0 272 305 Oakland        8  7 0 320 301
New Orleans    6  9 0 303 348 Denver         7  8 0 357 307
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth


















WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 23
San Diego 27, NY GIANTS 17
Detroit 37, TAMPA BAY 10
INDIANAPOLIS 10, New England 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 24
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cleveland 21
CHICAGO 20, Philadelphia 14
WASHINGTON 20, Carolina 17
Houston 28, BUFFALO 17
GREEN BAY 24, Pittsburgh 19
Denver 31, OAKLAND 28
CINCINNATI 27, Minnesota 24
ATLANTA 28, San Francisco 27
Miami 41, ST. LOUIS 22
New Orleans 12, NY JETS 0
KANSAS CITY 26, Seattle 3
MONDAY DECEMBER 25
Dallas 37, ARIZONA 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      12  4 0 435 291 X-Buffalo     10  6 0 350 335
Y-Philadelph  10  6 0 318 338 Y-Indianapolis 9  7 0 331 316
Washington     6 10 0 326 359 Y-Miami        9  7 0 398 332
NY Giants      5 11 0 290 340 New England    6 10 0 294 377
Arizona        4 12 0 275 422 NY Jets        3 13 0 233 384
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-GREEN BAY   11  5 0 404 311 X-Pittsburgh  11  5 0 407 327
Y-Detroit     10  6 0 436 336 Cincinnati     7  9 0 349 374
Chicago        9  7 0 392 360 Houston        7  9 0 348 324
Minnesota      8  8 0 413 385 Cleveland      5 11 0 289 356
Tampa Bay      7  9 0 238 335 Jacksonville   4 12 0 275 404
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
X-S.Francisco 11  5 0 457 258 X-Kansas City 13  3 0 358 241
Y-Atlanta      9  7 0 362 349 Y-San Diego    9  7 0 321 323
St. Louis      7  9 0 309 418 Seattle        8  8 0 353 366
Carolina       7  9 0 289 325 Denver         8  8 0 388 335
New Orleans    7  9 0 315 348 Oakland        8  8 0 348 332
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
1995 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 30) - BUFFALO (10-6) 37, Miami (9-7) 22
Wildcard (December 31) - Indianapolis (9-7) 35, SAN DIEGO (9-7) 20
Divisional (January 6) - PITTSBURGH (11-5) 40, Buffalo (11-6) 21
Divisional (January 7) - Indianapolis (10-7) 10, KANSAS CITY (13-3) 7
Conference (January 14) - PITTSBURGH (12-5) 20, Indianapolis (11-7) 16
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 30) - PHILADELPHIA (10-6) 58, Detroit (10-6) 37
Wildcard (December 31) - GREEN BAY (11-5) 37, Atlanta (9-7) 20
Divisional (January 6) - Green Bay (12-5) 27, SAN FRANCISCO (11-5) 17
Divisional (January 7) - DALLAS (12-4) 30, Philadelphia (11-6) 11
Conference (January 14) - DALLAS (13-4) 38, Green Bay (13-5) 27
SUPER BOWL 30 (January 28, 1996 at Tempe)
DALLAS COWBOYS (14-4) 27, PITTSBURGH STEELERS (13-5) 17 - Cornerback Larry Brown's two interceptions led to 14 second-half points and helped lift the Cowboys to their third Super Bowl victory in the last four seasons and their record-tying fifth title overall. Brown's interceptions foiled the comeback efforts of the Steelers, and earned him the Pete Rozelle Trophy as the game's most valuable player. Dallas scored on each of its first three possessions, taking a 13-0 lead on Troy Aikman's 3-yard touchdown pass to Jay Novacek and a pair of field goals by Chris Boniol. Neil O'Donnell's 6-yard touchdown pass to Yancey Thigpen 13 seconds before halftime pulled Pittsburgh within 6 points, and the Steelers had the ball near midfield midway through the third quarter. But O'Donnell's third-down pass was intercepted by Brown at the Cowboys' 38-yard line, and his 44-yard return carried to Pittsburgh's 18. After Aikman's 17-yard completion to Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith ran one yard for the touchdown that put Dallas ahead again by 13 points. The Steelers rallied, though, behind Norm Johnson's 46-yard field goal, a successful surprise onside kick, and Byron (Bam) Morris's 1-yard touchdown run with 6:36 to play in the game. And when they forced a punt and took possession at their own 32-yard line trailing only 20-17 with 4:15 remaining, it appeared they might have a chance to break the NFC's recent domination in the Super Bowl. But on second down, Brown struck again, intercepting O'Donnell's pass at the 39 and returning it 33 yards to the six. Two plays later, Smith barreled over from four yards out for the clinching touchdown with 3:43 to go. Pittsburgh limited the Cowboys' powerful running game to only 56 yards and enjoyed a whopping 201-61 advantage in total yards in the second half, but could not overcome the three interceptions (another came on the game's final play) thrown by O'Donnell, the NFL's career leader for fewest interceptions per pass attempt. In all, O'Donnell completed 28 of 49 passes for 239 yards. Morris rushed for a game-high 73 yards on 19 carries. For Dallas, Aikman completed 15 of 23 pass attempts for 209 yards. The Cowboys' victory was the twelfth in a row for NFC teams over AFC teams in the Super Bowl.
Rhein          1  0 0  33  27 Scottish      0  1 0  27  33
X-First Half Winner
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 20
Amsterdam 30, SCOTTISH 13 (10423) - Troy Stradford, David Jones and Ernie Jones scored TDs as the Admirals won their seventh straight. The crowd of 10,423 was the Admirals' highest this season
LONDON 27, Barcelona 22 (18850) - Michael Titley caught a three-yard TD pass from Brad Johnson early in the fourth quarter to lead the Monarchs
RHEIN 41, Frankfurt 28 (33112) - Vaughn Bryant scored one TD and set up another with interceptions as the Fire won. The game between the German rivals set a season attendance record for the new WLAF
X-Amsterdam    2  0 0  70  47 London        1  1 0  34  49
Rhein          2  0 0  74  55 Barcelona     0  2 0  56  67
Frankfurt      1  1 0  55  48 Scottish      0  2 0  40  63
X-First Half Winner
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 27
BARCELONA 16, Scottish 13 (7523) - The Claymores lost another close game. The winner came from Scott Szeredy, who kicked a 49-yard FG with 64 seconds remaining. It was Scotland's fifth loss by a touchdown or less
SUNDAY MAY 28
Frankfurt 28, AMSTERDAM 13 (28368) - Paul Justin threw three TD passes to Mike Bellamy as the Galaxy handed Admirals their first loss
MONDAY MAY 29
London 34, RHEIN 14 (12342) - The Monarchs finally won a home game before the largest crowd of the season, as QB Brad Johnson completed 17 of his 25 pass attempts against Rhein Fire for 238 yards and three TDs
X-Amsterdam    2  1 0  83  75 Rhein         2  1 0  88  89
Frankfurt      2  1 0  83  61 Barcelona     1  2 0  72  80
London         2  1 0  68  63 Scottish      0  3 0  53  79
X-First Half Winner
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 3
BARCELONA 31, Rhein 21 (12323) - Shelby Hill caught a 13-yard TD pass early in the fourth quarter to keep the Dragons in the playoff race
FRANKFURT 37, Scottish 24 (6840) - Brad Bretz, making his WLAF debut, threw three TD passes to lead the Galaxy. Bretz entered the game after starter Paul Justin twisted his ankle on the team's first offensive play
SUNDAY JUNE 4
Amsterdam 17, LONDON 7 (8469) - The loss ended any postseason hopes for the Monarchs. The game ended in a sour fashion with a push-and-shove session. In all, three players were ejected during the game
X-Amsterdam    3  1 0 100  82 London        2  2 0  75  80
Frankfurt      3  1 0 120  85 Rhein         2  2 0 109 120
Barcelona      2  2 0 103 101 Scottish      0  4 0  77 116
X-First Half Winner
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 10
FRANKFURT 44, Barcelona 20 (21380) - The Galaxy routed the Dragons to clinch the second World Bowl berth. Frankfurt racked up 591 offensive yards, while QB Paul Justin was 26 of 36 for 435 yards and three TDs
SCOTTISH 22, London 9 (11783) - Backup QB Terry Karg threw for one TD and rushed for another, as the Claymores broke a six-game losing streak. Karg completed 11 of 18 passes for 126 yards
AMSTERDAM 37, Rhein 25 (7961) - T.C. Wright scored on a 4-yard run with 1:54 left as the Admirals rallied. S Ron Carpenter sealed the win with time running out when he intercepted Andy Kelly and ran 29 yards for a TD
X-Amsterdam    4  1 0 137 107 London         2  3 0  84 102
Z-Frankfurt    4  1 0 164 105 Rhein          2  3 0 134 157
Barcelona      2  3 0 123 145 Scottish       1  4 0  99 125
OVERALL STANDINGS
X-Amsterdam    9  1 0 246 152 London         4  6 0 150 181
Z-Frankfurt    6  4 0 279 202 Rhein          4  6 0 221 279
Barcelona      5  5 0 237 247 Scottish       2  8 0 153 210
X-First Half Winner           Z-Second Half Winner
WORLD BOWL 1995 (Saturday June 17, 1995 at Amsterdam - 23,847)
FRANKFURT GALAXY (6-4) 26, AMSTERDAM ADMIRALS (9-1) 22 - Paul Justin threw two of his three TD passes to Bobby Olive, leading the Galaxy to the World Bowl title. Justin pulled Frankfurt to 7-6 with an 11-yard scoring pass to Olive with 50 seconds left in the first half. They hooked up again on a 4-yard TD pass midway through the third period, and Frankfurt never trailed again. Justin earned MVP honors by going 18 of 36 for 308 Yards with 3 Touchdowns and only 1 Interception. Admirals QB Will Furrer completed 32 of 64 passes for 324 yards, with two TDs, one two-point conversion and an interception.
intercepted three passes, sacked quarterback Kurt Warner three times and forced four fumbles.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        4  2 0 312 288 Orlando        5  1 0 295 206
San Jose       4  3 0 264 245 Tampa Bay      4  2 0 288 201
Las Vegas      2  4 0 277 270 Miami          0  7 0 167 342
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
St. Louis      5  1 0 266 267 Charlotte      5  2 0 273 248
Memphis        4  2 0 226 217 Albany         3  3 0 293 252
Iowa           4  3 0 332 296 Connecticut    0  7 0 212 344
MILWAUKEE      2  5 0 315 365
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - San Jose)
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Albany 69, CHARLOTTE 49 (8942) - Albany QB Mike Perez continously punished the Charlotte Rage secondary, throwing for 375 yards and a franchise-record eight TDs in the highest-scoring game in Rage history.
Iowa 52, ST. LOUIS 35 (12270) - The Stampede lost at home for the first time this season. The loss was the second in a row overall for the Stampede, who had won its previous five games.
LAS VEGAS 45, Milwaukee 33 (5483) - In a matchup of cellar-dwelling teams, the Sting took a step toward escape from the basement with their third straight win. The Mustangs lost their second straight game.
SATURDAY JULY 1
Arizona 49, ORLANDO 48 (15638) - 
Connecticut 60, MIAMI 39 (4500) - Starting their fifth QB of the season, Bryan Foray, the Hooters continued their losing ways, while the Coyotes won their first game.
TAMPA BAY 68, Memphis 32 (14209) - Owner Woody Kern promised a free ticket to the next home game if the Storm did not win. Four times Jay Gruden hooked with George LaFrance on TD passes to save Kern's pocketbook.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        5  2 0 361 336 Orlando        5  2 0 343 255
San Jose       4  3 0 264 245 Tampa Bay      5  2 0 356 233
Las Vegas      3  4 0 312 303 Miami          0  8 0 206 402
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
St. Louis      5  2 0 301 319 Charlotte      5  3 0 322 317
Iowa           5  3 0 384 331 Albany         4  3 0 362 301
Memphis        4  3 0 258 285 Connecticut    1  7 0 272 383
MILWAUKEE      2  6 0 348 410
WEEK NINE (Bye - Iowa)
FRIDAY JULY 7
MILWAUKEE 66, Arizona 53 (13714) - Kerry Simien returned two kickoffs for touchdowns as the Mustangs stunned the Western Division leading Rattlers and snapped a two-game skid.
San Jose 66, CHARLOTTE 35 (9164) - Tony Kimbrough, a former Charlotte Rage, passed for 229 yards and six TDs to lead the Sabercats into a tie for the Western Division lead.
SATURDAY JULY 8
MIAMI 32, Las Vegas 30 (3875) - By the third quarter at Miami Arena, the crowd had dropped all pretense of rooting for the Hooters, who won their first game. Being rude to QB Bryan Fortay had become more important. 
Orlando 56, ALBANY 38 (12868) - Led by Barry Wagner and QB Pat O'Hara, who started in place of Ben Bennett, Orlando turned four Albany turnovers into touchdowns. Wagner scored five TDs to lead the way.
MEMPHIS 55, St. Louis 33 (11481) - Bret Cooper caught four TD passes from Troy Kopp, leading the Pharaohs, while it was the third straight loss for the Stampede after winning their first five games.
Tampa Bay 38, CONNECTICUT 32 (7521) - Jay Gruden (17 of 32 for 226 yards) became only the second player in league history to throw for 200 career TDs, while the Storm out scored Connecticut 14-5 in the final period.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        5  3 0 414 402 Orlando        6  2 0 399 293
San Jose       5  3 0 330 280 Tampa Bay      6  2 0 394 263
Las Vegas      3  5 0 342 335 Miami          1  8 0 238 432
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           5  3 0 384 331 Charlotte      5  4 0 357 383
Memphis        5  3 0 313 318 Albany         4  4 0 400 357
St. Louis      5  3 0 334 374 Connecticut    1  8 0 304 421
MILWAUKEE      3  6 0 414 463
WEEK TEN (Bye - Connecticut)
FRIDAY JULY 14
SAN JOSE 52, Charlotte 20 (13612) - The SaberCats won easily led on offense by wide receiver Jerry Reese, who had three touchdown receptions and 152 yards on eight receptions, and on defense by Pat McGuirk.
Memphis 38, LAS VEGAS 30 (4753) - 
Tampa Bay 51, ORLANDO 34 (15638) - Storm QB Jay Gruden threw scoring passes to four players. In the second half, Orlando QB Ben Bennett replaced Pat O'Hara after he broke his leg, but was picked off twice to seal the victory.
SATURDAY JULY 15
ALBANY 82, Miami 56 (11209) - Bryan Fortay threw for 269 yards and seven TDs, but the Hooters, who were put up for sale later in the week, still lost to the Firebirds, who took over first in the Eastern Division.
IOWA 74, Milwaukee 35 (11411) - WR Willia Jacox scored a franchise-record five TDs in a rout of the Mustangs, who suffered a humiliating 39-point defeat one week after defeating the defending champions.
St. Louis 56, ARIZONA 46 (15505) - QB John Kaleo accounted for eight touchdowns to rally the Stampede to the win and keep the Central Division in a three-way tie.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
San Jose       6  3 0 382 300 Tampa Bay      7  2 0 445 297
Arizona        5  4 0 460 458 Orlando        6  3 0 433 344
Las Vegas      3  6 0 372 373 Miami          1  9 0 294 514
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           6  3 0 458 366 Albany         5  4 0 482 413
Memphis        6  3 0 351 348 Charlotte      5  5 0 377 435
St. Louis      6  3 0 390 420 Connecticut    1  8 0 304 421
MILWAUKEE      3  7 0 449 537
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Milwaukee)
FRIDAY JULY 21
ST. LOUIS 34, Charlotte 26 (10881) - The Stampede clinched a playoff spot and regained sole possession of first place in the American Conference Central Division, ahead of Iowa and Memphis.
TAMPA BAY 60, Connecticut 32 (12825) - On the game's first play, Jay Gruden hit Stevie Thomas on a 45 yard TD pass and the Storm scored on its first eight possessions. George LaFrance lead the way with three TDs.
Las Vegas 40, IOWA 34 (11411) - Iowa QB Kurt Warner, playing behind three offensive linemen that signed with the team last week, threw three interceptions, one of which in a touchdown for Nate Burchitte.
SATURDAY JULY 22
Albany 45, MEMPHIS 39 (11853) - 
ARIZONA 52, Miami 29 (15505) - Hunkie Cooper scored two TDs, including a 55-yard kickoff return as the Rattlers stayed a game back of San Jose in the Western Division.
SAN JOSE 54, Orlando 27 (14431) - After missing nearly four games due to injury, Titus Dixon sparked the SaberCats. Dixon had nine receptions for 136 yards and scored three TDs, which give him a team-leading total of 15.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
San Jose       7  3 0 436 327 Tampa Bay      8  2 0 505 329
Arizona        6  4 0 512 487 Orlando        6  4 0 460 398
Las Vegas      4  6 0 412 407 Miami          1 10 0 323 566
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
X-St. Louis    7  3 0 424 446 Albany         6  4 0 540 442
Iowa           6  4 0 492 406 Charlotte      5  6 0 403 469
Memphis        6  4 0 390 393 Connecticut    1  9 0 336 481
MILWAUKEE      3  7 0 449 537 X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Charlotte)
FRIDAY JULY 28
MILWAUKEE 53, Memphis 37 (15471) - With their playoff hopes dashed because of a poor road record, the Mustangs played the role of the spoiler and rewarded a record crowd with an upset the favored Memphis Pharaohs.
St. Louis 43, MIAMI 38 (8406) - Stampede QB John Kaleo broke the AFL record for completions. Kaleo connected on 22 of 35 passes to give him 240 completions, passing the mark of 226 that Arizona's Paul Justin set in 1993.
SATURDAY JULY 29
LAS VEGAS 60, Arizona 46 (5621) - 
ALBANY 73, Iowa 56 (12603) - The Firebirds clinched first place in the Eastern Division. Iowa QB Kurt Warner completed 27 of 42 passes for 294 yards and three TDs, while Willis Jacox scored five TDs.
TAMPA BAY 44, Orlando 20 (24055) - QB Darin Hinshaw made his first start for the Predators and threw three interceptions, but Orlando did have a 7-0 lead. The Storm scored the next 27 points - 34 points in the second quarter.
San Jose 48, CONNECTICUT 44 (9724) -Tthe Coyotes led San Jose by two points at halftime. Twice, the Coyotes had a chance to take a two-TD lead, but turned the ball over and saw the Sabercats pull away in the second half.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Z-San Jose     8  3 0 484 371 Z-Tampa Bay    9  2 0 549 349
Arizona        6  5 0 558 547 Orlando        6  5 0 480 432
Las Vegas      5  6 0 472 453 Miami          1 11 0 361 609
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Z-St. Louis    8  3 0 467 484 Z-Albany       7  4 0 613 498
Iowa           6  5 0 548 479 Charlotte      5  6 0 403 469
Memphis        6  5 0 427 446 Connecticut    1 10 0 380 529
MILWAUKEE      4  7 0 502 574
Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Miami)
FRIDAY AUGUST 4
ORLANDO 62, Connecticut 29 (15638) - The Predators assured themselves of a playoff berth, as Barry Wagner scored a record 44 points for 294 this season, breaking the league scoring record of 288 held by Eddie Brown.
Las Vegas 50, CHARLOTTE 43 (7746) - 
Tampa Bay 56, MILWAUKEE 27 (16147) - The home team held a 17-14 2nd quarter advantage, before the Storm scored two TDs in four seconds to take a 28-17 lead at the break. Cedric McKinnon rushed for four Storm TDs.
SATURDAY AUGUST 5
ST. LOUIS 52, Albany 49 (11808) - St. Louis won on the next-to-last move, a 17-yard TD pass from John Kaleo to Darryl Hammond. Hammond caught the ball at the five and battled his way into the end zone with nine seconds left.
Iowa 45, MEMPHIS 32 (12621) - Iowa clinched a playoff spot as QB Kurt Warner completed 17 of 27 passes for 207 yards and four touchdowns. Three of the scoring strikes went to receiver Ryan Murray.
SUNDAY AUGUST 6
Arizona 41, SAN JOSE 40 (15569) - It was quite possibly the ugliest game the SaberCats have played. QB Tony Kimbrough's passes bounced off  chests, and the defense chased the Rattlers' offense like kids playing tag.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Z-San Jose     8  4 0 524 412 Z-Tampa Bay   10  2 0 605 376
X-Arizona      7  5 0 599 587 X-Orlando      7  5 0 542 461
Las Vegas      6  6 0 522 496 Miami          1 11 0 361 609
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Z-St. Louis    9  3 0 519 533 Z-Albany       7  5 0 662 550
X-Iowa         7  5 0 593 511 Charlotte      5  7 0 446 519
X-Memphis      6  6 0 459 491 Connecticut    1 11 0 409 591
MILWAUKEE      4  8 0 529 630
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1995 AFL PLAYOFFS - QUARTER-FINALS
Fri Aug 11 - Albany (7-5) 51, ST. LOUIS (9-3) 49 (9082) - The first pro football playoff game ever in St. Louis came down to the last play. After trailing by 24 points at halftime, the Firebirds won on a 17-yard FG by Trey Weir.
Sat Aug 12 - TAMPA BAY (10-2) 53, Memphis (6-6) 41 (10677) - The Storm blew the game open in the fourth - on successive plays, Stevie Thomas caught a 31 yard TD pass and Lawrence Samuels ran an interception back.
Sun Aug 13 - Iowa (7-5) 56, ARIZONA (7-5) 52 (14761) - Tony Young caught a TD pass from Kurt Warner with two seconds remaining to give Iowa the win. Warner threw for an AFL playoff-record six TDs and 429 yards.
Sun Aug 13 - ORLANDO (7-5) 55, San Jose (8-4) 37 (13471) - San Jose entered the first round as the leader in nearly every defensive category, but QB Pat O'Hara threw for 248 yards and six TDs to lead the Predators.
SEMI-FINALS
Fri Aug 18 - TAMPA BAY (11-2) 56, Albany (8-5) 49 (11288) - Albany scored with just 15 seconds left on the clock to take a 49- 48 lead. On the ensuing kickoff, the kick was bobbled, but Stevie Thomas recovered and returned the ball a team playoff record 54 yards for a touchdown and the win.
Sat Aug 19 - Orlando (8-5) 56, IOWA (8-5) 49 (11411) - Time ran out, more quickly than it needed to, on Iowa's first season. On the game's final play, Iowa QB Andy Chilcote was stuffed near the goal during a flurry in which Iowa Coach John Gregory forgot to call a timeout his club never used.
ARENA BOWL IX (September 1, 1995 at Tampa Bay - 25,087)
TAMPA BAY STORM (12-2) 48, ORLANDO PREDATORS (9-5) 35 - An Arena Bowl record crowd of 25,087 was at the Thunderdome for the all central Florida Arena Bowl. The Tampa Bay-Orlando battle marked the first time that two teams from the same state appeared in the AFL title game. Orlando took a 15-8 lead, then George LaFrance got hot. His 57-yard kickoff return, which equaled his previous Arena Bowl record, tied the game at 15 after one quarter. LaFrance caught two Jay Gruden (18 of 30 for 209 yards with 4 TDs and 2 INTs) passes for TDs in the second quarter and the Storm went into the locker-room with a 29-15 lead. A 47 yard interception return for a TD by Tracy Sanders, his first career TD and a team playoff record, closed out the scoring and the Storm won their third championship in five seasons with their ninth straight win. George LaFrance (7 receptions for 127 yards) was named MVP, an award he had won twice previously with the Detroit Drive. 
Barcelona (5-5)
Frankfurt (6-4)
Amsterdam (9-1)
London (4-6)
Rhein (4-6)
Scottish (2-8)
Albany (7-5)
Tampa Bay (10-2)
Charlotte (5-7)
Orlando (7-5)
St. Louis (9-3)
Iowa (7-5)
Connecticut (1-11)
Memphis (6-6)
San Jose (8-4)
Arizona (7-5)
Milwaukee (4-8)
Miami (1-11)
Las Vegas (6-6)
Detroit Lions (10-6)
Head Coach: Wayne Fontes
Chicago Bears (9-7)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
Houston Oilers (7-9)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Cincinnati Bengals (7-9)
Head Coach: David Shula
Minnesota Vikings (8-8)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
San Francisco 49ers (11-5)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Cleveland Browns (5-11)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Atlanta Falcons (9-7)
Head Coach: June Jones
St. Louis Rams (7-9)
Head Coach: Rich Brooks
Carolina Panthers (7-9)
Head Coach: Dom Capers
Kansas City Chiefs (13-3)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer
San Diego Chargers (9-7)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Seattle Seahawks (8-8)
Head Coach: Dennis Erickson
Denver Broncos (8-8)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-9)
Head Coach: Sam Wyche
Oakland Raiders (8-8)
Head Coach: Mike White










Dallas Cowboys (12-4)
Head Coach: Barry Switzer
Buffalo Bills (10-6)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)
Head Coach: Ray Rhodes
Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda
Washington Redskins (6-10)
Head Coach: Norv Turner
New York Giants (5-11)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Miami Dolphins (9-7)
Head Coach: Don Shula
New England Patriots (6-10)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Arizona Cardinals (4-12)
Head Coach: Buddy Ryan
New York Jets (3-13)
Head Coach: Rich Kotite
Green Bay Packers (11-5)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
New Orleans Saints (7-9)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin