MOVING: Miami to Florida Bobcats. Las Vegas to Anaheim Piranhas ADDED: Minnesota Fighting Pike and Texas Terror
WEEK ONE (Bye - Albany)
THURSDAY APRIL 25
MILWAUKEE 51, Iowa 37 (15147) - The Mustangs, behind four touchdown catches in the second half by Skip Stewart, defeated the Barnstormers in their Arena Football League season opener 
FRIDAY APRIL 26
Anaheim 40, SAN JOSE 18 (14969) - QB Scooter Molander and Adrian Jarrell combined on three consecutive TD passes as the Piranhas opened up the game in the second quarter to win their debut in Anaheim.
Tampa Bay 57, ST. LOUIS 38 (6335) - Jay Gruden was intercepted on the team's first play, then went on to pass for seven TDs and a team record 368 yards. Stevie Thomas and Lonnie Turner each caught a pair of TD passes.
FLORIDA 55, Connecticut 27 (4306) - The Coyotes tried everything to stop Cleveland Pratt, even having S Thomas Orr toss the 5-foot-7 receiver over the sideline wall in the third, sparking a minor brawl, but Pratt scored four TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
ARIZONA 55, Orlando 52 (14939) - The Rattlers beat the Predators in a game in which the teams combined to score on 17 of their 20 possessions.
Charlotte 54, MEMPHIS 30 (6451) - 
Minnesota 36, TEXAS 24 (11501) - Alvin Ashley scored the clinching touchdown as the Pike opened their inaugural season with a win.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        1  0 0  40  18 Florida        1  0 0  55  27
Arizona        1  0 0  55  52 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  57  38
Minnesota      1  0 0  36  24 Orlando        0  1 0  52  55
San Jose       0  1 0  18  40 Texas          0  1 0  24  36
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
MILWAUKEE      1  0 0  51  37 Charlotte      1  0 0  54  30
Iowa           0  1 0  37  51 Albany         0  0 0   0   0
Memphis        0  1 0  30  54 Connecticut    0  1 0  27  55
St. Louis      0  1 0  38  57
WEEK TWO (Bye - Tampa Bay)
FRIDAY MAY 3
CONNECTICUT 68, Memphis 34 (9049) - Setting a franchise record for scoring, the Coyotes defeated Memphis for their first ever home victory. Connecticut scored four unanswered touchdowns after halftime.
ORLANDO 56, Texas 32 (14678) - 
Milwaukee 42, ST. LOUIS 41 (9429) - Tom Whelihan missed wide left on a 2-point drop-kick attempt and the Mustangs held on for the overtime road win, after going 1-11 the past two seasons away from Milwaukee.
SATURDAY MAY 4
ARIZONA 61, San Jose 59 (15279) - 
Iowa 59, MINNESOTA 43 (14840) - After bolting to a 20-3 lead over Iowa, the Pike began to look like the expansion team they are, and the Barnstormers began to look like the team that reached the AFL playoff semifinals last year.
ALBANY 63, Charlotte 32 (13029) - 
SUNDAY MAY 5
ANAHEIM 50, Florida 38 (11882) - Though they gave up 38 points in the second and third quarters, the Piranhas shut out the Bobcats in the first and fourth quarters in a comeback victory, as Fred McNair threw four TD passes.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        2  0 0  90  56 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  57  38
Arizona        2  0 0 116 111 Florida        1  1 0  93  77
Minnesota      1  1 0  79  83 Orlando        1  1 0 108  87
San Jose       0  2 0  77 101 Texas          0  2 0  56  92
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
MILWAUKEE      2  0 0  93  78 Albany         1  0 0  63  32
Iowa           1  1 0  96  94 Charlotte      1  1 0  86  93
Memphis        0  2 0  64 112 Connecticut    1  1 0  95  89
St. Louis      0  2 0  79  99
WEEK THREE (Bye - Iowa)
FRIDAY MAY 10
St. Louis 59, MINNESOTA 23 (8726) - Stampede RB Bernard Hall's league record-tying five rushing TDs led the way, as St. Louis threw only one TD pass, and that came after the game's outcome was no longer in doubt.
SAN JOSE 69, Albany 40 (15561) - 
ORLANDO 38, Florida 20 (16116) - The Predators won, but lost Barry Wagner, the league's most valuable player in 1995 and a four-time Ironman of the Year, who suffered a broken left fibula and ligament damage.
SATURDAY MAY 11
ANAHEIM 48, Arizona 44 (12109) - Even though Ian Howfield's 38-yard FG gave the Piranhas a 48-44 lead with 49 seconds left, the Rattlers had to go 45 yards in 49 seconds with three timeouts, but failed on the final play.
TAMPA BAY 63, Texas 27 (14178) - Tampa Bay stormed to a 32-3 halftime lead and Jay Gruden finished with six TD passes. George LaFrance caught a team record five TDs, while the Storm set a league record with 16 penalties.
Milwaukee 49, MEMPHIS 17 (5133) - The Mustangs, off to their best start ever, improved to 3-0 for the season with a resounding victory over the winless Pharaohs.
CHARLOTTE 49, Connecticut 31 (7866) - The Rage erupted for 35 second-half points and went on to take a win over the Coyotes in their home debut.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        3  0 0 138 100 Tampa Bay      2  0 0 120  65
Arizona        2  1 0 160 159 Orlando        2  1 0 146 107
Minnesota      1  2 0 102 142 Florida        1  2 0 113 115
San Jose       1  2 0 146 141 Texas          0  3 0  83 155
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
MILWAUKEE      3  0 0 142  95 Charlotte      2  1 0 135 124
Iowa           1  1 0  96  94 Albany         1  1 0 107  80
St. Louis      1  2 0 138 122 Connecticut    1  2 0 126 138
Memphis        0  3 0  81 161 
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Milwaukee)
FRIDAY MAY 17
Anaheim 49, TEXAS 20 (10135) - WR William Pollard, playing in his first game for the Piranhas, caught two TD passes Friday night as the Piranhas defeated the winless Terror.
ST. LOUIS 60, Memphis 41 (6093) - 
SATURDAY MAY 18
Arizona 54, CHARLOTTE 48 (OT) (5688) - 
IOWA 39, Connecticut 37 (10961) - 
ALBANY 85, Minnesota 30 (11712) - Albany set an AFL record, becoming the first team to surpass 80 points in a game.
TAMPA BAY 63, Orlando 42 (16444) - While the game was tied at 14 early in the second quarter, and Pat O'Hara threw for six Predators TDs, the Storm would take control, as George LaFrance had 190 yards on kick returns.
San Jose 43, FLORIDA 26 (4479) - It could have been much worse - the Bobcats trailed 40-6 in the fourth quarter before scoring three late TDs to make the final score respectable.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        4  0 0 187 120 Tampa Bay      3  0 0 183 107
Arizona        3  1 0 214 207 Orlando        2  2 0 188 170
San Jose       2  2 0 189 167 Florida        1  3 0 139 198
Minnesota      1  3 0 132 227 Texas          0  4 0 103 204
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
MILWAUKEE      3  0 0 142  95 Albany         2  1 0 192 110
Iowa           2  1 0 135 131 Charlotte      2  2 0 183 178
St. Louis      2  2 0 198 163 Connecticut    1  3 0 163 177
Memphis        0  4 0 122 221
WEEK FIVE (Bye - St. Louis)
FRIDAY MAY 24
Tampa Bay 41, MINNESOTA 16 (7781) - Jay Gruden threw two TD passes, and Cedric McKinnon ran for a TD, as the Storm jumped to a 21-0 lead. Gruden completed the 970th pass of his career, breaking the league record.
MILWAUKEE 62, Texas 22 (16471) -  Thanks to an interception and five penalties against Milwaukee, the Terror jumped out to a 10-3 lead, but the Mustangs roared back to take a 55-16 lead and stayed perfect.
SAN JOSE 42, Orlando 25 (15470) - Titus Dixon returned the opening kickoff for a TD and also caught two TD passes as the SaberCats won their third straight after opening the season with two losses.
Albany 58, CONNECTICUT 26 (7539) - Albany QB Mike Perez threw five TD passes, including three to Eddie Brown. Of the Coyotes' 29-man preseason roster, 12 players have left, most in the past 12 days.
SATURDAY MAY 25
ANAHEIM 31, Memphis 21 (12177) - The Piranhas bumbled their way to a 21-17 first-half deficit, but turned the game around early in the third when they stopped Memphis on a fourth-and-a-foot sneak at the Anaheim three.
ARIZONA 53, Florida 37 (15505) -  
IOWA 33, Charlotte 13 (10850) - Andy Chilcote scored two TDs and Carlos James returned a blocked kick for a score as Iowa won to remain a game behind Milwaukee.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        5  0 0 218 141 Tampa Bay      4  0 0 224 123
Arizona        4  1 0 267 244 Orlando        2  3 0 213 212
San Jose       3  2 0 231 192 Florida        1  4 0 176 251
Minnesota      1  4 0 148 268 Texas          0  5 0 125 266
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
MILWAUKEE      4  0 0 204 117 Albany         3  1 0 250 136
Iowa           3  1 0 168 144 Charlotte      2  3 0 196 211
St. Louis      2  2 0 198 163 Connecticut    1  4 0 189 235
Memphis        0  5 0 143 252
WEEK SIX (Bye - Texas)
FRIDAY MAY 31
Anaheim 49, MINNESOTA 23 (8117) - The Piranhas led, 7-3, at the end of the first quarter but James Johnson rushed for two TDs and Scooter Molander threw for two more in the second quarter to lead 41-10 lead at the half.
SATURDAY JUNE 1
ORLANDO 45, Connecticut 38 (7342) - The Coyotes stayed within one score of the Predators but have lost 18 of 20 games since joining the league. Coyotes QB Aaron Garcia threw four touchdown passes in his debut.
ST. LOUIS 66, Albany 56 (12015) - Stampede RB Bernard Hall rushed for four TDs and caught another just two days after the unexpected resignation of head coach Earle Bruce, who was replaced by Dave Ewart.
Florida 51, CHARLOTTE 40 (6688) - Fred McNair completed 18 of 33 passes for 186 yards and three TDs, including two to Bernard Edwards, as the Bobcats snapped a four-game losing streak.
Iowa 27, MEMPHIS 25 (4835) - 
TAMPA BAY 36, San Jose 22 (14663) - Jay Gruden hit George LaFrance with a third quarter TD pass to become the first AFL QB to pass for more than 13,000 yards, and start a 30-0 run by the Storm.
ARIZONA 51, Milwaukee 44 (15505) - The Rattlers scored more points than any Mustangs opponent this season and handed Milwaukee its first defeat. The Mustangs scored twice in the final minute, but that wasn't enough.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        6  0 0 267 164 Tampa Bay      5  0 0 260 145
Arizona        5  1 0 318 288 Orlando        3  3 0 258 250
San Jose       3  3 0 254 241 Florida        2  4 0 227 291
Minnesota      1  5 0 171 317 Texas          0  5 0 125 266
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           4  1 0 195 169 Albany         3  2 0 306 202
MILWAUKEE      4  1 0 248 168 Charlotte      2  4 0 236 262
St. Louis      3  2 0 264 219 Connecticut    1  5 0 227 280
Memphis        0  6 0 168 279
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Connecticut)
FRIDAY JUNE 7
ST. LOUIS 51, Iowa 48 (5132) - John Kaleo passed for 272 yards and two TDs to lead the Stampede, while Iowa's Kurt Warner connected on 21 of 35 passes for 272 yards and five touchdowns, three of them to Willis Jacox.
Arizona 59, MINNESOTA 27 (8207) - The Fighting Pike's sixth consecutive loss saw the Rattlers feast on Pike mistakes to rout Minnesota. In reality, the game was a bit closer and the crowd was a lot smaller than announced.
ORLANDO 56, Charlotte 47 (15127) - A club-record 40-yard TD run by fullback/linebacker Michael McClenton and a rediscovered pass defense that led to four interceptions were what the Predators needed to win.
SATURDAY JUNE 8
ALBANY 67, Memphis 21 (11764)
TAMPA BAY 55, Florida 47 (14117) - Storm WR George LaFrance became the league's all-time pass reception leader, as he surpassed Orlando's Barry Wagner's total of 325. He also went over 100 career TD catches.
San Jose 42, TEXAS 24 (9132) - 
SATURDAY JUNE 9
ANAHEIM 41, Milwaukee 27 (15682) - Milwaukee had its lowest scoring output of the season, as Anaheim applied the pressure on QB Todd Hammel who missed 11 of his first 12 passes and threw two interceptions.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anaheim        7  0 0 308 191 Tampa Bay      6  0 0 315 192
Arizona        6  1 0 377 315 Orlando        4  3 0 314 297
San Jose       4  3 0 296 265 Florida        2  5 0 274 346
Minnesota      1  6 0 198 376 Texas          0  6 0 149 308
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           4  2 0 243 220 Albany         4  2 0 373 223
MILWAUKEE      4  2 0 275 209 Charlotte      2  5 0 283 318
St. Louis      4  2 0 315 267 Connecticut    1  5 0 227 280
Memphis        0  7 0 189 346
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Orlando)
FRIDAY JUNE 14
MILWAUKEE 59, Connecticut 30 (15710) - Early in the 2nd quarter, with the Coyotes a yard away from scoring a go-ahead TD, Ralph Jarvis stopped Paul Duckworth on fourth down, and Milwaukee led 31-7 at the half.
ST. LOUIS 58, San Jose 34 (15130) - Scoring on its first seven possessions, the Stampede made it five victories in a row by beating the host SaberCats and kept the Central Division in a three-way tie.
SATURDAY JUNE 15
Tampa Bay 34, ANAHEIM 28 (14102) - Tampa Bay tied the league record for consecutive victories set by the 1992-93 Detroit Drive, despite a team record low six first downs, but George LaFrance scored twice.
Arizona 45, MEMPHIS 37 (3463) - The Pharaohs released starting QB Brad Lebo after the game, in which they remained winless and attracted their smallest crowd of the season.
CHARLOTTE 31, Texas 15 (6359) - Darren Hughes hauled in two TD catches, one of them off the nets, as the Rage snapped a four-game skid and kept the Terror winless.
FLORIDA 63, Minnesota 28 (4450) - Cleveland Pratt  finished with one TD reception, one TD completion and a serpentine 51-yard, touchdown dash on a kick return while leading the Bobcats to a record-setting point total.
IOWA 55, Albany 46 (11411) - Kurt Warner and Ryan Murray connected for two TD passes and Andy Chilcote scored twice as Iowa won, as QB Kurt Warner completed 24-of-36 passes for 264 yards. Iowa led 29-27 at halftime.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Anahaim        7  1 0 336 225 Tampa Bay      7  0 0 349 220
Arizona        7  1 0 422 352 Orlando        4  3 0 314 297
San Jose       4  4 0 330 324 Florida        3  5 0 337 374
Minnesota      1  7 0 226 439 Texas          0  7 0 164 339
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           5  2 0 298 266 Albany         4  3 0 419 278
MILWAUKEE      5  2 0 334 239 Charlotte      3  5 0 314 333
Tampa Bay      1  6 0  78 152 Cincinnati     1  6 0 128 160
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  5  2 0 183 106 Denver         6  1 0 189 127
Carolina       5  2 0 164  91 Kansas City    5  2 0 151 108
St. Louis      2  5 0 105 185 San Diego      4  3 0 159 167
New Orleans    2  6 0 121 180 Oakland        4  4 0 179 148
Atlanta        0  7 0 123 207 Seattle        2  5 0 109 187
WEEK NINE (Bye - New Orleans, Oakland)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
PHILADELPHIA 20, Carolina 9
NY Giants 35, DETROIT 7
Dallas 29, MIAMI 10
NEW ENGLAND 28, Buffalo 25
WASHINGTON 31, Indianapolis 16
Pittsburgh 20, ATLANTA 17
DENVER 34, Kansas City 7
CINCINNATI 28, Jacksonville 21
BALTIMORE 37, St. Louis 31 (OT)
NY Jets 31, ARIZONA 21
GREEN BAY 13, Tampa Bay 7
San Francisco 10, HOUSTON 9
SEATTLE 32, San Diego 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 28
Chicago 15, MINNESOTA 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  1 0 192 115 Indianapolis   5  3 0 140 145
Philadelphia   6  2 0 180 158 Buffalo        5  3 0 129 145
Dallas         5  3 0 165 117 New England    5  3 0 202 165
Arizona        3  5 0 119 188 Miami          4  4 0 178 150
NY Giants      3  5 0 124 154 NY Jets        1  8 0 145 233
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      7  1 0 240  99 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 164 120
Minnesota      5  3 0 140 131 Houston        5  3 0 183 153
Detroit        4  4 0 169 159 Baltimore      3  5 0 196 232
Chicago        3  5 0 119 166 Jacksonville   3  6 0 172 181
Tampa Bay      1  7 0  85 165 Cincinnati     2  6 0 156 181
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  6  2 0 193 115 Denver         7  1 0 223 134
Carolina       5  3 0 173 111 Kansas City    5  3 0 158 142
St. Louis      2  6 0 136 222 San Diego      4  4 0 172 199
New Orleans    2  6 0 121 180 Oakland        4  4 0 179 148
Atlanta        0  8 0 140 227 Seattle        3  5 0 141 200
WEEK TEN (Bye - Jacksonville, New York Jets)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3
NY GIANTS 16, Arizona 8
Philadelphia 31, DALLAS 21
SEATTLE 23, Houston 16
San Francisco 24, NEW ORLEANS 17
ATLANTA 20, Carolina 17
PITTSBURGH 42, St. Louis 6
Kansas City 21, MINNESOTA 6
Cincinnati 24, BALTIMORE 21
San Diego 26, INDIANAPOLIS 19
NEW ENGLAND 42, Miami 23
GREEN BAY 28, Detroit 18
CHICAGO 13, Tampa Bay 10
BUFFALO 38, Washington 13
MONDAY NOVEMBER 4
Denver 22, OAKLAND 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  2 0 205 153 New England    6  3 0 244 188
Philadelphia   7  2 0 211 179 Buffalo        6  3 0 167 158
Dallas         5  4 0 186 148 Indianapolis   5  4 0 159 171
NY Giants      4  5 0 140 162 Miami          4  5 0 201 192
Arizona        3  6 0 127 204 NY Jets        1  8 0 145 233
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      8  1 0 268 117 Pittsburgh     7  2 0 206 126
Minnesota      5  4 0 146 152 Houston        5  4 0 199 176
Detroit        4  5 0 187 187 Baltimore      3  6 0 217 256
Chicago        4  5 0 132 176 Jacksonville   3  6 0 172 181
Tampa Bay      1  8 0  95 178 Cincinnati     3  6 0 180 202
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  7  2 0 217 132 Denver         8  1 0 245 155
Carolina       5  4 0 190 131 Kansas City    6  3 0 179 148
St. Louis      2  7 0 142 264 San Diego      5  4 0 198 218
New Orleans    2  7 0 138 204 Oakland        4  5 0 200 170
Atlanta        1  8 0 160 244 Seattle        4  5 0 164 216
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10
Arizona 37, WASHINGTON 34 (OT)
Houston 31, NEW ORLEANS 14
CINCINNATI 34, Pittsburgh 24
Dallas 20, SAN FRANCISCO 17 (OT)
CAROLINA 27, NY Giants 17
ST. LOUIS 59, Atlanta 16
MIAMI 37, Indianapolis 13
JACKSONVILLE 30, Baltimore 27
Buffalo 24, PHILADELPHIA 17
New England 31, NY JETS 27
DENVER 17, Chicago 12
KANSAS CITY 27, Green Bay 20
TAMPA BAY 20, Oakland 17 (OT)
SEATTLE 42, Minnesota 23
MONDAY NOVEMBER 11
SAN DIEGO 27, Detroit 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     7  3 0 239 190 New England    7  3 0 275 215
Philadelphia   7  3 0 235 213 Buffalo        7  3 0 191 175
Dallas         6  4 0 206 165 Indianapolis   5  5 0 172 208
NY Giants      4  6 0 157 189 Miami          5  5 0 238 205
Arizona        4  6 0 164 238 NY Jets        1  9 0 172 264
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      8  2 0 288 144 Pittsburgh     7  3 0 230 160
Minnesota      5  5 0 169 194 Houston        6  4 0 230 190
Detroit        4  6 0 208 214 Jacksonville   4  6 0 202 208
Chicago        4  6 0 144 193 Cincinnati     4  6 0 214 226
Tampa Bay      2  8 0 115 195 Baltimore      3  7 0 244 286
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  7  3 0 234 152 Denver         9  1 0 262 167
Carolina       6  4 0 217 148 Kansas City    7  3 0 206 168
St. Louis      3  7 0 201 280 San Diego      6  4 0 225 239
New Orleans    2  8 0 152 235 Seattle        5  5 0 206 239
Atlanta        1  9 0 176 303 Oakland        4  6 0 217 190
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17
Carolina 20, ST. LOUIS 10
PITTSBURGH 28, Jacksonville 3
Washington 26, PHILADELPHIA 21
SAN FRANCISCO 38, Baltimore 20
Minnesota 16, OAKLAND 13 (OT)
KANSAS CITY 14, Chicago 10
ATLANTA 17, New Orleans 15
Miami 23, HOUSTON 20
BUFFALO 31, Cincinnati 17
INDIANAPOLIS 34, NY Jets 29
ARIZONA 31, NY Giants 23
Denver 34, NEW ENGLAND 8
DETROIT 17, Seattle 16
Tampa Bay 25, SAN DIEGO 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 18
DALLAS 21, Green Bay 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     8  3 0 265 211 Buffalo        8  3 0 222 192
Dallas         7  4 0 227 171 New England    7  4 0 283 249
Philadelphia   7  4 0 256 239 Indianapolis   6  5 0 206 237
Arizona        5  6 0 195 261 Miami          6  5 0 261 225
NY Giants      4  7 0 180 220 NY Jets        1 10 0 201 298
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      8  3 0 294 165 Pittsburgh     8  3 0 258 163
Minnesota      6  5 0 185 207 Houston        6  5 0 250 213
Detroit        5  6 0 225 230 Jacksonville   4  7 0 205 236
Chicago        4  7 0 154 207 Cincinnati     4  7 0 231 257
Tampa Bay      3  8 0 140 212 Baltimore      3  8 0 264 324
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  8  3 0 272 172 Denver        10  1 0 296 175
Carolina       7  4 0 237 158 Kansas City    8  3 0 220 178
St. Louis      3  8 0 211 300 San Diego      6  5 0 242 264
New Orleans    2  9 0 167 252 Seattle        5  6 0 222 256
Atlanta        2  9 0 193 318 Oakland        4  7 0 230 206
WEEK THIRTEEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24
CINCINNATI 41, Atlanta 31
NEW ENGLAND 27, Indianapolis 13
San Diego 28, KANSAS CITY 14
NY GIANTS 20, Dallas 6
Green Bay 24, ST. LOUIS 9
Carolina 31, HOUSTON 6
Jacksonville 28, BALTIMORE 25 (OT)
San Francisco 19, WASHINGTON 16 (OT)
Oakland 27, SEATTLE 21
Denver 21, MINNESOTA 17
TAMPA BAY 13, New Orleans 7
ARIZONA 36, Philadelphia 30
CHICAGO 31, Detroit 14
BUFFALO 35, NY Jets 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 25
Pitssburgh 24, MIAMI 17
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     8  4 0 281 230 Buffalo        9  3 0 257 202
Dallas         7  5 0 233 191 New England    8  4 0 310 262
Philadelphia   7  5 0 286 275 Indianapolis   6  6 0 219 264
Arizona        6  6 0 231 291 Miami          6  6 0 278 249
NY Giants      5  7 0 200 226 NY Jets        1 11 0 211 333
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      9  3 0 318 174 Pittsburgh     9  3 0 282 180
Minnesota      6  6 0 202 228 Houston        6  6 0 256 244
Detroit        5  7 0 239 261 Jacksonville   5  7 0 233 261
Chicago        5  7 0 185 221 Cincinnati     5  7 0 272 288
Tampa Bay      4  8 0 153 219 Baltimore      3  9 0 289 352
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  9  3 0 291 188 Y-Denver      11  1 0 317 192
Carolina       8  4 0 268 164 Kansas City    8  4 0 234 206
St. Louis      3  9 0 220 324 San Diego      7  5 0 270 278
New Orleans    2 10 0 174 265 Seattle        5  7 0 243 283
Atlanta        2 10 0 224 359 Oakland        5  7 0 257 227
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28
Kansas City 28, DETROIT 24
DALLAS 21, Washington 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 1
MINNESOTA 41, Arizona 17
PHILADELPHIA 24, NY Giants 0
DENVER 34, Seattle 7
New England 45, SAN DIEGO 7
INDIANAPOLIS 13, Buffalo 10 (OT)
BALTIMORE 31, Pittsburgh 17
Houston 35, NY JETS 10
GREEN BAY 28, Chicago 10
CAROLINA 24, Tampa Bay 0
OAKLAND 17, Miami 7
JACKSONVILLE 30, Cincinnati 27
St. Louis 26, NEW ORLEANS 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 2
San Francisco 34, ATLANTA 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  5 0 254 201 New England    9  4 0 355 269
Philadelphia   8  5 0 310 275 Buffalo        9  4 0 267 215
Washington     8  5 0 291 251 Indianapolis   7  6 0 232 274
Arizona        6  7 0 248 332 Miami          6  7 0 285 266
NY Giants      5  8 0 200 250 NY Jets        1 12 0 221 368
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY     10  3 0 346 184 Pittsburgh     9  4 0 299 211
Minnesota      7  6 0 243 245 Houston        7  6 0 291 254
Detroit        5  8 0 263 289 Jacksonville   6  7 0 263 288
Chicago        5  8 0 195 249 Cincinnati     5  8 0 299 318
Tampa Bay      4  9 0 153 243 Baltimore      4  9 0 320 369
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco 10  3 0 325 198 Y-Denver      12  1 0 351 199
Carolina       9  4 0 292 164 Kansas City    9  4 0 262 230
St. Louis      4  9 0 246 334 San Diego      7  6 0 277 323
New Orleans    2 11 0 184 291 Oakland        6  7 0 274 234
Atlanta        2 11 0 234 393 Seattle        5  8 0 250 317
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 5
INDIANAPOLIS 37, Philadelphia 10
SUNDAY DECEMBER 8
Atlanta 31, NEW ORLEANS 15
NY Giants 17, MIAMI 7
CINCINNATI 21, Baltimore 14
CHICAGO 35, St. Louis 9
GREEN BAY 41, Denver 6
PITTSBURGH 16, San Diego 3
Jacksonville 23, HOUSTON 17
TAMPA BAY 24, Washington 10
NEW ENGLAND 34, NY Jets 10
Minnesota 24, DETROIT 22
SEATTLE 26, Buffalo 16
Carolina 30, SAN FRANCISCO 24
Dallas 10, ARIZONA 6
MONDAY DECEMBER 9
OAKLAND 26, Kansas City 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         9  5 0 264 207 Y-New England 10  4 0 389 279
Philadelphia   8  6 0 320 312 Buffalo        9  5 0 283 241
Washington     8  6 0 301 275 Indianapolis   8  6 0 269 284
Arizona        6  8 0 254 342 Miami          6  8 0 292 283
NY Giants      6  8 0 217 257 NY Jets        1 13 0 231 402
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-GREEN BAY   11  3 0 387 190 X-Pittsburgh  10  4 0 315 214
Minnesota      8  6 0 267 267 Jacksonville   7  7 0 286 305
Chicago        6  8 0 230 258 Houston        7  7 0 308 277
Detroit        5  9 0 285 313 Cincinnati     6  8 0 320 332
Tampa Bay      5  9 0 177 253 Baltimore      4 10 0 334 390
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Carolina      10  4 0 322 188 Y-Denver      12  2 0 357 240
San Francisco 10  4 0 349 228 Kansas City    9  5 0 269 256
St. Louis      4 10 0 255 369 San Diego      7  7 0 280 339
Atlanta        3 11 0 265 408 Oakland        7  7 0 300 241
New Orleans    2 12 0 199 322 Seattle        6  8 0 276 333
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 14
Philadelphia 21, NY JETS 20
CHICAGO 27, San Diego 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 15
CAROLINA 27, Baltimore 16
DALLAS 12, New England 6
MINNESOTA 21, Tampa Bay 10
DENVER 24, Oakland 19
JACKSONVILLE 20, Seattle 13
Cincinnati 21, HOUSTON 13
New Orleans 17, NY GIANTS 3
ARIZONA 27, Washington 26
Green Bay 31, DETROIT 3
St. Louis 34, ATLANTA 27
Indianapolis 24, KANSAS CITY 19
San Francisco 25, PITTSBURGH 15
MONDAY DECEMBER 16
MIAMI 16, Buffalo 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      10  5 0 276 213 Y-New England 10  5 0 395 291
Philadelphia   9  6 0 341 332 Buffalo        9  6 0 297 257
Washington     8  7 0 327 302 Indianapolis   9  6 0 293 303
Arizona        7  8 0 281 368 Miami          7  8 0 308 297
NY Giants      6  9 0 220 274 NY Jets        1 14 0 251 423
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-GREEN BAY   12  3 0 418 193 X-Pittsburgh  10  5 0 330 239
Minnesota      9  6 0 288 277 Jacksonville   8  7 0 306 318
Chicago        7  8 0 257 272 Cincinnati     7  8 0 341 345
Detroit        5 10 0 288 344 Houston        7  8 0 321 298
Tampa Bay      5 10 0 187 274 Baltimore      4 11 0 350 417
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Y-Carolina    11  4 0 349 204 Y-Denver      13  2 0 381 259
Y-S.Francisco 11  4 0 374 243 Kansas City    9  6 0 288 280
St. Louis      5 10 0 289 396 San Diego      7  8 0 294 366
Atlanta        3 12 0 292 442 Oakland        7  8 0 319 265
New Orleans    3 12 0 216 325 Seattle        6  9 0 289 353
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 21
New England 23, NY GIANTS 22
ST. LOUIS 14, New Orleans 13
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22
PHILADELPHIA 29, Arizona 19
CINCINNATI 31, Indianapolis 24
CAROLINA 18, Pittsburgh 14
WASHINGTON 37, Dallas 10
SAN DIEGO 16, Denver 10
JACKSONVILLE 19, Atlanta 17
BUFFALO 20, Kansas City 9
Seattle 28, OAKLAND 21
TAMPA BAY 34, Chicago 19
Miami 31, NY JETS 28
Houston 24, BALTIMORE 21
GREEN BAY 38, Minnesota 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 23
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Detroit 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      10  6 0 286 250 X-New England 11  5 0 418 313
Y-Philadelph  10  6 0 370 351 Y-Buffalo     10  6 0 317 266
Washington     9  7 0 364 312 Y-Indianapolis 9  7 0 317 334
Arizona        7  9 0 300 397 Miami          8  8 0 339 325
NY Giants      6 10 0 242 297 NY Jets        1 15 0 279 454
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-GREEN BAY   13  3 0 456 203 X-Pittsburgh  10  6 0 344 257
Y-Minnesota    9  7 0 298 315 Y-Jacksonville 9  7 0 325 335
Chicago        7  9 0 276 306 Cincinnati     8  8 0 372 369
Tampa Bay      6 10 0 221 293 Houston        8  8 0 345 319
Detroit        5 11 0 302 368 Baltimore      4 12 0 371 441
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
X-Carolina    12  4 0 367 218 Y-Denver      13  3 0 391 275
Y-S.Francisco 12  4 0 398 257 Kansas City    9  7 0 297 300
St. Louis      6 10 0 303 409 San Diego      8  8 0 310 376
Atlanta        3 13 0 309 461 Oakland        7  9 0 340 293
New Orleans    3 13 0 229 339 Seattle        7  9 0 317 374
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
1996 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 28) - Jacksonville (9-7) 30, BUFFALO (10-6) 27
Wildcard (December 29) - PITTSBURGH (10-6) 42, Indianapolis (9-7) 14
Divisional (January 4) - Jacksonville (10-7) 30, DENVER (13-3) 27
Divisional (January 5) - NEW ENGLAND (11-5) 28, Pittsburgh (11-6) 3
Conference (January 12) - NEW ENGLAND (12-5) 20, Jacksonville (11-7) 6
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 28) - DALLAS (10-6) 40, Minnesota (9-7) 15
Wildcard (December 29) - SAN FRANCISCO (12-4) 14, Philadelphia (10-6) 0
Divisional (January 4) - GREEN BAY (13-3) 35, San Francisco (13-4) 14
Divisional (January 5) - CAROLINA (12-4) 26, Dallas (11-6) 17
Conference (January 12) - GREEN BAY (14-3) 30, Carolina (13-4) 13
SUPER BOWL 31 (January 26, 1997 at New Orleans)
GREEN BAY PACKERS (15-3) 35, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (13-5) 21
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 13
Frankfurt 27, RHEIN 21 (32092) - Former Cowboys QB Steve Pelluer threw two TDs to lead the defending champions to the win.
Scotland 24, LONDON 21 (OT) (16258) - Paul McCallum kicked a 27-yard FG to lift the Claymores who trailed 21-7 lead at the half. QB Steve Matthews tied the game with 1:53 left when he hit Sean LaChaelle with a 25-yard TD.
SUNDAY APRIL 14
BARCELONA 34, Amsterdam 27 (OT) (17300) - Former Tampa Bay QB Kelly Holcomb threw four TD passes to lead the Dragons.
Barcelona      1  0 0  34  27 Amsterdam      0  1 0  27  34
Frankfurt      1  0 0  27  21 London         0  1 0  21  24
Scotland       1  0 0  24  21 Rhein          0  1 0  21  27
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 20
AMSTERDAM 17, Rhein 7 (8492) - QB Will Furrer passed for 273 yards and two TDs to pilot Amsterdam. Furrer, who was 24-of-38, put together a 75-yard drive to settle the outcome, hitting Phillip Bobo with a 10-yard TD.
FRANKFURT 37, London 3 (34186) - Ingo Seibert rushed for two TDs and Steve Pelluer threw for another to help coach Ernie Stautner celebrate his 71st birthday, while Bobby Hammond was fired as Monarchs' head coach.
MONDAY APRIL 21
SCOTLAND 23, Barcelona 13 (12928) - QB Steve Matthews completed 17 of 25 passes for 211 yards including a TD pass to Sean La Chappelle to lead the Claymores, while Andy McCallum kicked three FGs.
Frankfurt      2  0 0  64  24 Barcelona      1  1 0  47  50
Scotland       2  0 0  47  34 London         0  2 0  24  61
Amsterdam      1  1 0  44  41 Rhein          0  2 0  28  44
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 27
London 27, RHEIN 20 (16104) - Kenny McEntyre intercepted three pases and returned one 68 yards for a TD to lead the Monarchs in the debut of head coach and former Denver Broncos great Lionel Taylor.
SCOTLAND 21, Amsterdam 14 (13070) - Steve Matthews threw for one TD and ran for the game-winner early in the fourth. The Claymores scored on their first drive with a 9-yard TD run by Siran Stacy, who had 153 yards.
SUNDAY APRIL 28
Frankfurt 33, BARCELONA 29 (17503) - Ingo Seibert ran in a pair of TDs and Bernard Carter returned a blocked extra-point attempt with 1:35 left to lead the Galaxy.
Frankfurt      3  0 0  97  53 Barcelona      1  2 0  76  83
Scotland       3  0 0  68  48 London         1  2 0  51  81
Amsterdam      1  2 0  58  62 Rhein          0  3 0  48  71
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 4
RHEIN 15, Scotland 14 (11395) - Leo Araguz's third FG, a 24-yarder with 7:57 left, gave the Fire its first win over the unbeaten Claymores. Rhein took a 6-0 lead in the first on Andy Kelly's 21-yard TD pass to Byron Chamberlain
SUNDAY MAY 5
FRANKFURT 40, Amsterdam 28 (28267) - Will Furrer threw four TD passes for Amsterdam, but it wasn't enough. Frankfurt sealed the win when Bobby Phillips scored with 2:45 left on a 2-yard sweep.
MONDAY MAY 6
Barcelona 9, LONDON 7 (13627) - K Scott Szeredy, who had made only one FG this season, hit on 3 of 4, including the 20-yard game winner with only 1:11 left. He got his chance after London P Sonny Feexico fumbled on his 12.
Frankfurt      4  0 0 137  81 Amsterdam      1  3 0  86 102
Scotland       3  1 0  82  63 London         1  3 0  58  90
Barcelona      2  2 0  85  90 Rhein          1  3 0  63  85
WEEK FIVE - END OF FIRST HALF
SATURDAY MAY 11
AMSTERDAM 28, London 9 (8327) - T.C. Wright rushed for two TDs to lead the Admirals. Gerry Anderson scored London's only TD in the third quarter.
Scotland 20, FRANKFURT 0 (32126) - Scotland dominated every phase, with up 423 yards to 210 for Frankfurt. The Claymores picked off five Galaxy passes. QB Steve Pelluer was 5 of 15 for 60 yards, with two interceptions.
SUNDAY MAY 12
BARCELONA 21, Rhein 19 (15742) - K Scott Szeredy kicked a 33-yard FG with four seconds to play to give the Dragons the win. The field goal capped an 11- play drive that began on Barcelona's 37-yard line.
X-Scotland     4  1 0 102  63 Amsterdam      2  3 0 114 111
Frankfurt      4  1 0 137 101 London         1  4 0  67 118
Barcelona      3  2 0 106 109 Rhein          1  4 0  82 106
X-First Half Winner
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 18
AMSTERDAM 48, Barcelona 14 (8712) - Three defensive TDs gave the Admirals the win and a WLAF record. QB John Sacca ran for two TDs.
SUNDAY MAY 19
SCOTLAND 24, Rhein 19 (12419) -  Siran Stacy scored two TDs in the first quarter to spur the Claymores. Byron Chamberlain scored his sixth TD of the season as the visitors hit back from 24-3 down.
LONDON 27, Frankfurt 7 (10764) - Tony Vinson kept the Monarchs' slim World Bowl hopes alive with two TDs. It was also a big day for the Monarchs' defense, who recorded seven sacks.
Amsterdam      1  0 0  48  14 Barcelona      0  1 0  14  48
London         1  0 0  27   7 Frankfurt      0  1 0   7  27
X-Scotland     1  0 0  24  19 Rhein          0  1 0  19  24
X-First Half Winner
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 25
TEAMS MOVING: Cleveland Browns to Baltimore Ravens
WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1
INDIANAPOLIS 20, Arizona 13
Kansas City 20, HOUSTON 19
Green Bay 34, TAMPA BAY 3
SAN DIEGO 29, Seattle 7
Buffalo 23, NY GIANTS 20 (OT)
CAROLINA 29, Atlanta 6
BALTIMORE 19, Oakland 14
MIAMI 24, New England 10
ST. LOUIS 26, Cincinnati 16
Philadelphia 17, WASHINGTON 14
SAN FRAN 27, New Orleans 11
MINNESOTA 17, Detroit 13
JACKSONVILLE 24, Pittsburgh 9
DENVER 31, NY Jets 6
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2
CHICAGO 22, Dallas 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   1  0 0  17  14 Miami          1  0 0  24  10
Washington     0  1 0  14  17 Buffalo        1  0 0  23  20
NY Giants      0  1 0  20  23 Indianapolis   1  0 0  20  13
Arizona        0  1 0  13  20 New England    0  1 0  10  24
Dallas         0  1 0   6  22 NY Jets        0  1 0   6  31
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  34   3 Baltimore      1  0 0  19  14
Chicago        1  0 0  22   6 Jacksonville   1  0 0  24   9
Minnesota      1  0 0  17  13 Cincinnati     0  1 0  16  26
Tampa Bay      0  1 0   3  34 Pittsburgh     0  1 0   9  24
Detroit        0  1 0  13  17 Houston        0  1 0  19  20
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  1  0 0  27  11 Kansas City    1  0 0  20  19
St. Louis      1  0 0  26  16 San Diego      1  0 0  29   7
Carolina       1  0 0  29   6 Denver         1  0 0  31   6
New Orleans    0  1 0  11  27 Seattle        0  1 0   7  29
Atlanta        0  1 0   6  29 Oakland        0  1 0  14  19
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8
PITTSBURGH 31, Baltimore 17
Indianapolis 21, NY JETS 7
DETROIT 21, Tampa Bay 6
SAN DIEGO 27, Cincinnati 14
Miami 38, ARIZONA 10
Carolina 22, NEW ORLEANS 20
Minnesota 23, ATLANTA 17
Denver 30, SEATTLE 20
WASHINGTON 10, Chicago 3
BUFFALO 17, New England 10
DALLAS 27, NY Giants 0
Houston 34, JACKSONVILLE 27
KANSAS CITY 19, Oakland 3
SAN FRANCISCO 34, St. Louis 0
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9
GREEN BAY 39, Philadelphia 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   1  1 0  30  53 Miami          2  0 0  62  20
Washington     1  1 0  24  20 Buffalo        2  0 0  40  30
Dallas         1  1 0  33  22 Indianapolis   2  0 0  41  20
NY Giants      0  2 0  20  50 New England    0  2 0  20  41
Arizona        0  2 0  23  58 NY Jets        0  2 0  13  52
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      2  0 0  73  16 Baltimore      1  1 0  36  45
Minnesota      2  0 0  40  30 Jacksonville   1  1 0  51  43
Chicago        1  1 0  25  16 Houston        1  1 0  53  47
Detroit        1  1 0  34  23 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  40  41
Tampa Bay      0  2 0   9  55 Cincinnati     0  2 0  30  53
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  2  0 0  61  11 Kansas City    2  0 0  39  22
Carolina       2  0 0  51  26 San Diego      2  0 0  56  21
St. Louis      1  1 0  26  50 Denver         2  0 0  61  26
New Orleans    0  2 0  31  49 Seattle        0  2 0  27  59
Atlanta        0  2 0  23  52 Oakland        0  2 0  17  38
WEEK THREE (Bye - Atlanta, Carolina, St. Louis, San Francisco)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15
NEW ENGLAND 31, Arizona 0
CINCINNATI 30, New Orleans 15
Indianapolis 25, DALLAS 24
DENVER 27, Tampa Bay 23
HOUSTON 29, Baltimore 13
MIAMI 36, NY Jets 27
OAKLAND 17, Jacksonville 3
PHILADELPHIA 24, Detroit 17
GREEN BAY 42, San Diego 10
Kansas City 35, SEATTLE 17
Minnesota 20, CHICAGO 14
Washington 31, NY GIANTS 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16
PITTSBURGH 24, Buffalo 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   2  1 0  54  70 Miami          3  0 0  98  47
Washington     2  1 0  55  30 Indianapolis   3  0 0  66  44
Dallas         1  2 0  57  47 Buffalo        2  1 0  46  54
NY Giants      0  3 0  30  81 New England    1  2 0  51  41
Arizona        0  3 0  23  89 NY Jets        0  2 0  40  88
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      3  0 0 115  26 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  64  47
Minnesota      3  0 0  60  44 Houston        2  1 0  82  60
Chicago        1  2 0  39  36 Jacksonville   1  2 0  54  60
Detroit        1  2 0  51  47 Baltimore      1  2 0  49  74
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  32  82 Cincinnati     1  2 0  60  68
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  2  0 0  61  11 Kansas City    3  0 0  74  39
Carolina       2  0 0  51  26 Denver         3  0 0  88  49
St. Louis      1  1 0  26  50 San Diego      2  1 0  66  63
Atlanta        0  2 0  23  52 Oakland        1  2 0  34  41
New Orleans    0  3 0  46  79 Seattle        0  3 0  44  94
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Baltimore, Cincinnati, Houston, Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Arizona 28, NEW ORLEANS 14
CAROLINA 23, San Francisco 7
DETROIT 35, Chicago 16
Philadelphia 33, ATLANTA 18
KANSAS CITY 17, Denver 14
Seattle 17, TAMPA BAY 13
BUFFALO 10, Dallas 7
MINNESOTA 30, Green Bay 21
Washington 17, ST. LOUIS 10
NEW ENGLAND 28, Jacksonville 25 (OT)
NY Giants 13, NY JETS 6
San Diego 40, OAKLAND 34
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 23
INDIANAPOLIS 10, Miami 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Philadelphia   3  1 0  87  88 Indianapolis   4  0 0  76  50
Washington     3  1 0  72  40 Miami          3  1 0 104  57
Dallas         1  3 0  64  57 Buffalo        3  1 0  56  61
NY Giants      1  3 0  43  87 New England    2  2 0  79  66
Arizona        1  3 0  51 103 NY Jets        0  4 0  46 101
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      4  0 0  90  65 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  64  47
GREEN BAY      3  1 0 136  56 Houston        2  1 0  82  60
Detroit        2  2 0  86  63 Cincinnati     1  2 0  60  68
Chicago        1  3 0  55  71 Baltimore      1  2 0  49  74
Tampa Bay      0  4 0  45  99 Jacksonville   1  3 0  79  88
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Carolina       3  0 0  74  33 Kansas City    4  0 0  91  53
San Francisco  2  1 0  68  34 Denver         3  1 0 102  66
St. Louis      1  2 0  36  67 San Diego      3  1 0 106  97
Atlanta        0  3 0  41  85 Oakland        1  3 0  68  81
New Orleans    0  4 0  60 107 Seattle        1  3 0  61 107
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New England)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29
JACKSONVILLE 24, Carolina 14
NY GIANTS 15, Minnesota 10
SAN FRANCISCO 39, Atlanta 17
WASHINGTON 31, NY Jets 16
Denver 14, CINCINNATI 10
BALTIMORE 17, New Orleans 10
Green Bay 31, SEATTLE 10
Detroit 27, TAMPA BAY 0
CHICAGO 19, Oakland 17
SAN DIEGO 22, Kansas City 19
PITTSBURGH 30, Houston 16
ARIZONA 31, St. Louis 28 (OT)
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Dallas 23, PHILADELPHIA 19
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     4  1 0 103  56 Indianapolis   4  0 0  76  50
Philadelphia   3  2 0 106 111 Miami          3  1 0 104  57
Dallas         2  3 0  87  76 Buffalo        3  1 0  56  61
NY Giants      2  3 0  58  97 New England    2  2 0  79  66
Arizona        2  3 0  82 131 NY Jets        0  5 0  62 132
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      4  1 0 100  80 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  94  63
GREEN BAY      4  1 0 167  66 Houston        2  2 0  98  90
Detroit        3  2 0 113  63 Baltimore      2  2 0  66  84
Chicago        2  3 0  74  88 Jacksonville   2  3 0 103 102
Tampa Bay      0  5 0  45 126 Cincinnati     1  3 0  70  82
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Carolina       3  1 0  88  57 Kansas City    4  1 0 110  75
San Francisco  3  1 0 107  51 Denver         4  1 0 116  76
St. Louis      1  3 0  64  98 San Diego      4  1 0 128 116
Atlanta        0  4 0  58 124 Oakland        1  4 0  85 100
New Orleans    0  5 0  70 124 Seattle        1  4 0  71 138
WEEK SIX (Bye - Ari, Dal, Giants, Phil, TB, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6
DETROIT 28, Atlanta 24
Oakland 34, NY JETS 13
BUFFALO 16, Indianapolis 13 (OT)
Houston 30, CINCINNATI 27 (OT)
MINNESOTA 14, Carolina 12
Seattle 22, MIAMI 15
N.ORLEANS 17, Jacksonville 13
Green Bay 37, CHICAGO 6
DENVER 28, San Diego 17
New England 46, BALTIMORE 38
San Francisco 28, ST. LOUIS 11
MONDAY OCTOBER 7
Pittsburgh 17, KANSAS CITY 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     4  1 0 103  56 Indianapolis   4  1 0  89  66
Philadelphia   3  2 0 106 111 Buffalo        4  1 0  72  74
Dallas         2  3 0  87  76 Miami          3  2 0 119  79
NY Giants      2  3 0  58  97 New England    3  2 0 125 104
Arizona        2  3 0  82 131 NY Jets        0  6 0  75 166
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      5  1 0 114  92 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 111  70
GREEN BAY      5  1 0 204  72 Houston        3  2 0 128 117
Detroit        4  2 0 141  87 Baltimore      2  3 0 104 130
Chicago        2  4 0  80 126 Jacksonville   2  4 0 116 119
Tampa Bay      0  5 0  45 126 Cincinnati     1  4 0  97 112
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  4  1 0 135  62 Denver         5  1 0 144  93
Carolina       3  2 0 100  71 Kansas City    4  2 0 117  92
St. Louis      1  4 0  75 126 San Diego      4  2 0 145 144
New Orleans    1  5 0  87 137 Oakland        2  4 0 119 113
Atlanta        0  5 0  82 152 Seattle        2  4 0  93 153
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 13
DALLAS 17, Arizona 3
Miami 21, BUFFALO 7
NEW ORLEANS 27, Chicago 24
TAMPA BAY 24, Minnesota 13
PITTSBURGH 20, Cincinnati 10
JACKSONVILLE 21, NY Jets 17
Houston 23, ATLANTA 13
CAROLINA 45, St. Louis 13
Washington 27, NEW ENGLAND 22
OAKLAND 37, Detroit 21
INDIANAPOLIS 26, Baltimore 21
Philadelphia 19, NY GIANTS 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 14
GREEN BAY 23, San Francisco 20 (OT)
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     5  1 0 130  78 Indianapolis   5  1 0 115  87
Philadelphia   4  2 0 125 121 Buffalo        4  2 0  79  95
Dallas         3  3 0 104  79 Miami          4  2 0 140  86
NY Giants      2  4 0  68 116 New England    3  3 0 147 131
Arizona        2  4 0  85 148 NY Jets        0  7 0  92 187
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      6  1 0 227  92 Pittsburgh     5  1 0 131  80
Minnesota      5  2 0 127 116 Houston        4  2 0 151 130
Detroit        4  3 0 162 124 Jacksonville   3  4 0 137 136
Chicago        2  5 0 104 153 Baltimore      2  4 0 125 156
Tampa Bay      1  5 0  69 139 Cincinnati     1  5 0 107 132
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  4  2 0 155  85 Denver         5  1 0 144  93
Carolina       4  2 0 145  84 Kansas City    4  2 0 117  92
New Orleans    2  5 0 114 161 San Diego      4  2 0 145 144
St. Louis      1  5 0  88 171 Oakland        3  4 0 156 134
Atlanta        0  6 0  95 175 Seattle        2  4 0  93 153
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 17
KANSAS CITY 34, Seattle 16
SUNDAY OCTOBER 20
DALLAS 32, Atlanta 28
WASHINGTON 31, NY Giants 21
DENVER 45, Baltimore 34
HOUSTON 23, Pittsburgh 13
PHILADELPHIA 35, Miami 28
Buffalo 25, NY JETS 22
ARIZONA 13, Tampa Bay 9
New England 27, INDIANAPOLIS 9
SAN FRAN 28, Cincinnati 21
CAROLINA 19, New Orleans 7
ST. LOUIS 17, Jacksonville 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 21
Oakland 23, SAN DIEGO 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington     6  1 0 161  99 Indianapolis   5  2 0 124 114
Philadelphia   5  2 0 160 149 Buffalo        5  2 0 104 117
Dallas         4  3 0 136 107 Miami          4  3 0 168 121
Arizona        3  4 0  98 157 New England    4  3 0 174 140
NY Giants      2  5 0  89 147 NY Jets        0  8 0 114 212
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      6  1 0 227  92 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 144 103
Minnesota      5  2 0 127 116 Houston        5  2 0 174 143
Detroit        4  3 0 162 124 Jacksonville   3  5 0 151 153
Chicago        2  5 0 104 153 Baltimore      2  5 0 159 201
RHEIN 16, Barcelona 12 (13173)
SUNDAY MAY 26
SCOTLAND 20, Frankfurt 17 (13116) - Paul McCallum's 46-yard FG with two seconds to go lifted the Claymores, although they needed a saving tackle by Gavin Hastings from the game's final kick-off to make the win safe.
MONDAY MAY 27
LONDON 16, Amsterdam 13 (11048) - London RB Tony Vinson ran for a WLAF-record 211 yards, including a club record 65-yard burst to set up the first TD. And he did it despite a stomach bug that repeatedly left him sick.
X-Scotland     2  0 0  44  36 Rhein          1  1 0  35  36
London         2  0 0  43  20 Barcelona      0  2 0  26  64
Amsterdam      1  1 0  61  30 Frankfurt      0  2 0  24  47
X-First Half Winner
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY JUNE 1
AMSTERDAM 31, Scotland 27 (10501) - Will Furrer ran 46 yards for a TD and threw for three scores to lead the hosts. Amsterdam led 10-0, but Scotland came back with three third-quarter TDs before Amsterdam took control.
Rhein 31, FRANKFURT 8 (38796) - S Matt Gay scored two TDs and forced three turnovers as the Fire rolled. Gay ran back a fumble for a 44-yard TD and returned an interception 76 yards for a score as the Fire jumped to a 21-0 first-quarter lead. 
SUNDAY JUNE 2
BARCELONA 7, London 6 (9875) - In torrential rain, the Dragons scored the game's only TD, a Kelly Holcomb to Alonzo Browning pass, late in the first half. The Monarchs' points came from two Roger Ruzek field goals.
Amsterdam      2  1 0  92  57 Rhein          2  1 0  66  44
London         2  1 0  49  27 Barcelona      1  2 0  33  70
X-Scotland     2  1 0  71  67 Frankfurt      0  3 0  32  78
X-First Half Winner
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 8
FRANKFURT 24, Barcelona 21 (33115) - WR Gary Harrell snared a 10-yard TD pass with 1:41 left to give the Galaxy the win. Steve Pelluer fired three TD passes, including the winner to Harrell.
SUNDAY JUNE 9
Amsterdam 24, RHEIN 14 (20103) - Will Furrer threw three TD passes to David Jones, leading the Admirals into next week's game with Frankfurt for the other World Bowl berth.
SCOTLAND 33, London 28 (15461) - Jim Ballard passed for 233 yards and three TDs, ending any chance for the Monarchs to reach World Bowl '96.
Amsterdam      3  1 0 116  71 Rhein          2  2 0  80  68
X-Scotland     3  1 0 104  95 Frankfurt      1  3 0  56  99
London         2  2 0  77  60 Barcelona      1  3 0  54  94
X-First Half Winner
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 15
Frankfurt 28, AMSTERDAM 20 (14062) - Steve Pelluer threw three TD passes as Frankfurt earned a berth in its second straight  World Bowl. Pelluer threw a 90-yard TD to Gary Harrell on Frankfurt's first possession.
SUNDAY JUNE 16
LONDON 17, Rhein 14 (11125) - Roger Ruzek kicked a last-second FG to lift the Monarchs out of the cellar. Tony Vinson and Larry Wallace grabbed TDs as London sent Rhein to the bottom of the standings instead.
BARCELONA 32, Scotland 27 (16124)
FIRST HALF                    SECOND HALF           
X-Scotland     4  1 0 102  63 Scotland       3  2 0 131 127
Frankfurt      4  1 0 137 106 Amsterdam      3  2 0 136  99
Barcelona      3  2 0 111 109 London         3  2 0  94  74
Amsterdam      2  3 0 114 111 Barcelona      2  3 0  81 121
London         1  4 0  67 118 Frankfurt      2  3 0  84 114
Rhein          1  4 0  82 106 Rhein          2  3 0  94  85
OVERALL
X-Scotland     7  3 0 233 190 Barcelona      5  5 0 192 230
Z-Frankfurt    6  4 0 221 220 London         4  6 0 161 192
Amsterdam      5  5 0 250 210 Rhein          3  7 0 176 191
X-First Half Winner           Z-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 1996 (Sunday June 23, 1996 at Scotland - 38,982)
SCOTTISH CLAYMORES (7-3) 32, FRANKFURT GALAXY (6-4) 27 - QB Jim Ballard and WR Yo Murphy hooked up for three TDs as the Claymores were crowned champions. Inside the final minute the Galaxy had one last drive to score the winning TD. Quick passes to the sidelines moved Frankfurt past midfield. With Frankfurt facing a 4th and short, Ingo Seibert fumbled, but Steve Pelleur recovered and gained enough for the first down. An obscure rule called the fourth down fumble states that if the ball is fumbled on fourth down, only the player who fumbled can advance the ball. As Pelleur recovered the fumble, Scotland took over on downs and ran out the clocks.
St. Louis      5  2 0 373 301 Connecticut    1  6 0 257 339
Memphis        0  8 0 226 391
WEEK NINE (Bye - Minnesota)
FRIDAY JUNE 21
Iowa 59, ORLANDO 50 (15613) - Willis Jacox returned the opening KO 56 yards for a TD and the Barnstormers never trailed as Jacox scored three more TDs, and Kurt Warner threw for 218 yards and four touchdowns.
MILWAUKEE 42, St. Louis 35 (15477) - Cruising along in the second quarter with a 21-point lead, the Mustangs looked as though they were going to give an old-fashioned whipping. In the end, though, the Mustangs had to rally.
Albany 88, CHARLOTTE 36 (6898) - 
SATURDAY JUNE 22
ARIZONA 48, Anaheim 45 (15505) - Scooter Molander threw for 248 yards and two TDs, but it was not enough as the Piranhas were defeated and fell out of a tie for the top spot in the Western Division with the Rattlers.
FLORIDA 50, Texas 26 (3970) - Before the game, fireworks exploded over the field. Then the Bobcats blew away the Terror, as QB Fred McNair completed 18-of-26 passes for 280 yards and six touchdowns.
Tampa Bay 34, MEMPHIS 12 (3363) - The Storm defense intercepted four passes and set a team record by allowing only five first downs as Tampa Bay won their record 17th straight and had the best start to a season at 8-0. 
CONNECTICUT 39, San Jose 29 (8246) - After being roundly criticized last week for playing without passion, the Coyotes ended a five-game losing streak with only four lineman to protect quarterback Aaron Garcia.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        8  1 0 470 397 Tampa Bay      8  0 0 383 232
Anaheim        7  2 0 381 273 Orlando        4  4 0 364 356
San Jose       4  5 0 359 363 Florida        4  5 0 387 400
Minnesota      1  7 0 226 439 Texas          0  8 0 190 389
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           6  2 0 357 316 Albany         5  3 0 507 314
MILWAUKEE      6  2 0 330 293 Charlotte      3  6 0 350 421
St. Louis      5  3 0 408 343 Connecticut    2  6 0 296 368
Memphis        0  9 0 238 425
WEEK TEN (Bye - Florida)
FRIDAY JUNE 28
SAN JOSE 38, Memphis 35 (15135) -  Louis Perez, who had missed a 16-yard field-goal attempt with eight seconds to go, connected from 31 yards out as time expired to lift the SaberCats to the win.
Milwaukee 61, MINNESOTA 49 (7207) - The Mustangs jumped out to a 14-0 lead against the fledgling Pike, but 12 plays later, they were down by 16 points. Milwaukee recovered in time, however, to rally for the win.
ARIZONA 64, St. Louis 57 (15505) - Stampede QB John Kaleo completed 29 of 39 passes for 325 yards and had six TD passes, while RB-LB Bernard Hall set an AFL record with his 22nd rushing TD, but it was not enough.
SATURDAY JUNE 29
ALBANY 59, Connecticut 49 (11117) - Although Coyotes QB Aaron Garcia was only sacked once, he was hit several other times after throwing. Garcia and Albany QB Mike Perez got into a TD passing duel. Perez won, 7-4.
Orlando 45, TEXAS 37 (8064) - The Terror's defense contained Predators star Barry Wagner in the first half, holding him to one catch for 6 yards. But Wagner, last year's league MVP and Ironman, couldn't be held forever.
Charlotte 66, TAMPA BAY 53 (15492) - Jay Gruden threw seven touchdowns as he set the league record for career touchdown passes at 254, but sixteen Storm penalties did not help, as the record winning streak came to an end.
IOWA 56, Anaheim 50 (11411) - Kurt Warner completed 25 of 34 passes for 306 yards and five TDs, including two TD passes each to Willis Jacox and Leonard Conley. Scooter Molander was 25-of-35 for 287 yards for Anaheim.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Arizona        9  1 0 534 454 X-Tampa Bay    8  1 0 436 298
Anaheim        7  3 0 431 329 Orlando        5  4 0 409 393
San Jose       5  5 0 397 398 Florida        4  5 0 387 400
Minnesota      1  8 0 275 500 Texas          0  9 0 227 434
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           7  2 0 413 366 Albany         6  3 0 566 363
MILWAUKEE      7  2 0 391 342 Charlotte      4  6 0 416 474
St. Louis      5  4 0 465 407 Connecticut    2  7 0 345 427
Memphis        0 10 0 273 463 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Memphis)
WEDNESDAY JULY 3
Arizona 74, TEXAS 48 (6851) - 
THURSDAY JULY 4
ANAHEIM 39, San Jose 36 (10790) - Anaheim won despite two fumbles and an interception on their opponent's goal line, a 20-minute power outage with 49 seconds left, and blowing a 21-point lead to San Jose only to rally.
FRIDAY JULY 5
ST. LOUIS 44, Charlotte 41 (5255) - The Stampede asked for only one favor: to have the ball and the lead late. The team's request was granted, and with 23 seconds left QB John Kaleo took a knee to keep division title hopes alive.
Minnesota 44, CONNECTICUT 40 (9249) - WR Alvin Ashley caught a 13-yard TD pass from Rickey Foggie with 5 seconds left for the win, after the Coyotes had taken a 40-38 lead on Mike Geary's 23-yard FG with 3 minutes left.
SATURDAY JULY 6
IOWA 66, Milwaukee 64 (11411) - Kurt Warner threw six TDs to lead Iowa to  sole possession of first in the Central Division. Milwaukee had a chance to win the game in the final 3 seconds, but Kenny Stucker missed a 49-yard FG.
Tampa Bay 39, FLORIDA 36 (3663) - The game was tied 17-17 at the half. Jay Gruden threw for five TDs, but it took a 48 yard field goal by Jorge
Cimadevilla, as time expired, for the Storm to win.
ALBANY 53, Orlando 41 (11079) - Orlando led after three quarters, 34-32, but David McLeod scored on a 3-yard pass from Mike Perez on the first drive of the fourth quarter as Albany rallied for the win.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
X-Arizona     10  1 0 608 502 X-Tampa Bay    9  1 0 475 334
Anaheim        8  3 0 470 365 Orlando        5  5 0 450 446
San Jose       5  6 0 433 437 Florida        4  6 0 423 439
Minnesota      2  8 0 319 540 Texas          0 10 0 275 508
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
Iowa           8  2 0 479 430 Z-Albany       7  3 0 619 404
MILWAUKEE      7  3 0 455 408 Charlotte      4  7 0 457 518
St. Louis      6  4 0 509 448 Connecticut    2  8 0 385 471
Memphis        0 10 0 273 463
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - San Jose)
FRIDAY JULY 12
MILWAUKEE 56, Memphis 37 (14777) - The Mustangs came in as holders of one of the AFL's more notorious records. After their drubbing of Memphis, they share the record - 15 straight losses - with their vanquished foes.
ORLANDO 56, Minnesota 12 (15107) - The expansion Pike played like fish out of water, but Orlando's Barry Wagner was the game's "Ironman", scoring four times on passes and twice on short runs.
TAMPA BAY 65, Albany 52 (OT) (13202) - Albany QB Mike Perez set the single season record for passing yardage, while RB Chad Dukes rushed for three scores. Storm QB Jay Gruden completed a team record number - 29.
SATURDAY JULY 13
Anaheim 44, CHARLOTTE 40 (6978) - Troy Kopp, who had made only two mop-up appearances at QB, came in in the second half and led the Piranhas to the playoffs after the Rage intercepted three of Scooter Molander's passes.
ARIZONA 51, Connecticut 45 (15505) - Rattler QB Sherdrick Bonner tossed a 29-yard TD to Herb Duncan for the lead on the final play of the third quarter, and Arizona held on, as Bonner threw seven TDs to give him 60 for the year.
Florida 49, TEXAS 34 (7607) - Fred McNair threw for a season-high 324 yards and five TDs and ran for two TDs as the Bobcats rolled to keep their playoff hopes alive.
IOWA 65, St. Louis 58 (11411) - Iowa scored 14 points in the final 55 seconds to pull out the win.  Kurt Warner connected with Lamart Cooper on a 7-yard touchdown pass with 20 seconds left for the winning score.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
X-Arizona     11  1 0 659 547 Z-Tampa Bay   10  1 0 540 386
X-Anaheim      9  3 0 514 405 Orlando        6  5 0 506 458
San Jose       5  6 0 433 437 Florida        5  6 0 472 473
Minnesota      2  9 0 331 596 Texas          0 11 0 309 547
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
X-Iowa         9  2 0 544 488 Z-Albany       7  4 0 671 469
MILWAUKEE      8  3 0 511 445 Charlotte      4  8 0 497 562
St. Louis      6  5 0 567 513 Connecticut    2  9 0 430 522
Memphis        0 11 0 310 519 
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Arizona)
FRIDAY JULY 19
Texas 54, MINNESOTA 51 (7380) - Richard DeFelice's 50-yard FG attempt with four seconds left in the fourth quarter split the uprights and gave the Terror their first win of the season.
MILWAUKEE 48, San Jose 43 (14977) - With the Mustangs clinging to a five-point lead, it all came down to one last play for the SaberCats. QB Tony Kimbrough threw a desperation pass that was deflected and fell incomplete.
ORLANDO 40, Tampa Bay 39 (16236) - With no time left, Orlando scored a TD to pull within 39-38. The Storm had stopped the two point attempt, but they were flagged for illegal defense. Michael McClenton ran it in for the win.
Charlotte 51, CONNECTICUT 31 (7893) - Rage coach Rick Buffington didn't have many happy memories last year when he was the Coyotes' coach. That team finished 1-11 and he was not rehired, but he got his revenge.
SATURDAY JULY 20
Albany 66, FLORIDA 63 (3601) - The Bobcats also lost QB Fred McNair for the year, but had a last chance with 19 seconds left, but QB Terry Dean fumbled the snap and the Firebirds' Fred Gayles recovered.
Iowa 50, ANAHEIM 44 (15835) - Piranha K Ian Howfield missed a 25-yard field goal and an extra point, but it was the two FGs he never attempted due to failed trick plays that made the biggest difference.
St. Louis 43, MEMPHIS 37 (8230) - John Kaleo completed 28 of 39 passes for 240 yards and three TDs to keep the Stampede in third place in the Central and sent the Pharaohs to their league-record 16th consecutive loss.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Z-Arizona     11  1 0 659 547 Z-Tampa Bay   10  2 0 579 426
X-Anaheim      9  4 0 558 455 Orlando        7  5 0 546 497
San Jose       5  7 0 476 495 Florida        5  7 0 535 539
Minnesota      2 10 0 382 650 Texas          1 11 0 363 598
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
X-Iowa        10  2 0 604 532 Z-Albany       8  4 0 737 532
MILWAUKEE      9  3 0 559 488 Charlotte      5  8 0 548 593
St. Louis      7  5 0 610 550 Connecticut    2 10 0 461 573
Memphis        0 12 0 347 562
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Anaheim)
FRIDAY JULY 26
ST. LOUIS 61, Connecticut 42 (8233) - The Stampede made it look easy, scoring a touchdown on every possession but its last and clinched a spot in the AFL's eight-team playoffs, which begin in two weeks.
Minnesota 40, SAN JOSE 31 (14901) - The SaberCats eliminated themselves from the arena football playoff race. The Fighting Pike stung the SaberCats in the fourth quarter with two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
SATURDAY JULY 27
ALBANY 86, Texas 24 (12345) - 
TAMPA BAY 68, Arizona 48 (16211) - Jay Gruden completed a Storm record seventeen straight passes and connected on seven TD passes, while the defense recovered two fumbles and recorded three sacks.
Milwaukee 50, CHARLOTTE 43 (7481) - Charlotte got off to a quick 14-3 lead but was overtaken by a 28-point Milwaukee second quarter. And though the Rage kept it close in the second half, it never got the lead back.
IOWA 57, Memphis 28 (11411) - Kurt Warner threw five TDs as Iowa won its seventh consecutive game Iowa, which led 35-21 at halftime, closed out a 7-0 home season. QB Chad Davis led Memphis with 232 yards and three TDs.
Orlando 59, FLORIDA 27 (4018) - The Predators exploited the Bobcats' inexperience at quarterback, converting three interceptions and a fumble into TDs as the Bobcats were eliminated from playoff contention.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Z-Arizona     11  2 0 707 615 Z-Tampa Bay   11  2 0 647 474
X-Anaheim      9  4 0 558 455 X-Orlando      8  5 0 605 524
San Jose       5  8 0 507 535 Florida        5  8 0 562 598
Minnesota      3 10 0 422 681 Texas          1 12 0 387 684
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
X-Iowa        11  2 0 661 560 Z-Albany       9  4 0 823 556
X-MILWAUKEE   10  3 0 609 531 Charlotte      5  9 0 591 643
X-St. Louis    8  5 0 671 592 Connecticut    2 11 0 503 634
Memphis        0 13 0 365 619
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Charlotte)
FRIDAY AUGUST 2
Albany 54, MILWAUKEE 49 (16411) - Trailing by five points in the waning moments of the game, the Mustangs had 16 seconds left to go 40 yards.
On the final play, Kerry Simien came up about 1 foot short of the goal line. 
ORLANDO 50, Anaheim 44 (OT) (16096) - A 2-yardTD run by Michael "Freight Train" McClenton in overtime capped a 20-point, second-half comeback for the Predators, who ended the regular season on an extreme high.
SAN JOSE 30, Arizona 29 (15109) - The SaberCats upset the playoff-bound  Rattlers on Roger Ruzek's 30-yard field goal with no time left. QB Scott Wood threw for two TDs and ran for another for San Jose.
Iowa 61, CONNECTICUT 41 (5615) -  Kurt Warner passed for six TDs and ran for two more as Iowa won the Central title and will be the No. 1 seed with home field advantage. Warner completed 26 of 40 passes for 339 yards.
Tampa Bay 42, TEXAS 30 (9750) - Texas took an early 14-7 lead before the Storm exploded for a 35-14 advantage at the half. Jay Gruden tossed four first half TD passes, while Johnnie Harris grabbed a pair of interceptions.
SATURDAY AUGUST 3
Florida 36, ST. LOUIS 35 (8752) - The game ended after a 26-yard missed FG attempt with four seconds remaining by Tom Whelihan, but the No. 8-seeded Stampede snuck into the playoffs to play top seed Iowa.
Minnnesota 50, MEMPHIS 25 at Tupelo, MS) (4520) - The Pharoahs became the first AFL team to finish a season 0-14, and would move to Portland in the off-season.
AMERICAN-WESTERN              NATIONAL-SOUTHERN
Z-Arizona     11  3 0 736 646 Z-Tampa Bay   12  2 0 699 504
X-Anaheim      9  5 0 602 505 X-Orlando      9  5 0 651 572
San Jose       6  8 0 536 540 Florida        6  8 0 598 593
Minnesota      4 10 0 471 706 Texas          1 13 0 421 732
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-EASTERN
X-Iowa        12  2 0 712 601 Z-Albany      10  4 0 873 622
X-MILWAUKEE   10  4 0 704 566 Charlotte      5  9 0 591 643
X-St. Louis    8  6 0 706 627 Connecticut    2 12 0 540 695
Memphis        0 14 0 400 688
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1996 AFL PLAYOFFS - QUARTER-FINALS
Fri Aug 9 - TAMPA BAY (12-2) 30, Anaheim (9-5) 16 (13021) - With the Storm holding on to a 17-16 lead in the fourth, Johnnie Harris ran back an interception for a TD and returned a fumble for another TD.
Sat Aug 10 - ALBANY (10-4) 70, Milwaukee (10-4) 58 (11613) - 
Sat Aug 10 - IOWA (12-2) 52, St. Louis (8-6) 49 (11411) - Kurt Warner threw six TDs and ran in a seventh to lead Iowa. It was the ninth straight win for Iowa, which advances to the semifinals for the second straight year.
Sat Aug 10 - ARIZONA (11-3) 65, Orlando (9-5) 48 (15129) - This marked the fifth consecutive year that the Predators made the playoffs - and the first year they were beaten in the opening round as Arizona scored the final 19 points.
SEMI-FINALS
Sat Aug 17 - TAMPA BAY (13-2) 55, Arizona (12-3) 54 (13572) - The Rattlers were within a point with nine seconds left, when coach Danny White decided to go for the two point conversion and the win. Michael "Bo" Kelly was tackled in the backfield by Sylvester Bembery to send the Storm to the title game.
Sat Aug 17 - IOWA (13-2) 62, Albany (11-4) 55 (11411) - Kurt Warner threw six TDs as Iowa extended its winning streak to 10 games. The Barnstormers never trailed, taking a 14-0 lead 5 minutes into the game. Carlos James returned a Perez interception 23 yards for Iowa's first touchdown.
ARENA BOWL X (August 26, 1996 at Iowa - 11,411)
TAMPA BAY STORM (14-2) 42, IOWA BARNSTORMERS (14-2) 38 - Iowa was on a ten game win streak and had not lost at home all season. Tampa Bay was penalized an Arena Bowl record low four times in what turned out to be the closest title game ever. Iowa QB Kurt Warner completed 12 of his first 13 passes and the home team lead 14-13 after one quarter. The game was tied at 28 at the break. In the final minute, the Barnstormers had a first and goal at the 1 yard line, but a dramatic goal line stand made the Storm repeat champions, as the Storm tied Detroit for the most  titles at four and became the first team to win fifteen games in a season. Stevie Thomas (7 receptions for 103 yards), caught two TD passes, returned an interception for another TD and was named MVP. Jay Gruden (18 of 33 for 264 yards with an interception) tied his Arena Bowl record with five TD passes. Although he was intercepted three times, Kurt Warner set Arena Bowl records for passing yards (316), pass attempts (42) and completed passes (27).
Albany (10-4)
Tampa Bay (12-2)
Charlotte (5-9)
Orlando (9-5)
Iowa (12-2)
Milwaukee (10-4)
Connecticut (2-12)
St. Louis (8-6)
Arizona (11-3)
Anaheim (9-5)
Memphis (0-14)
Florida (6-8)
San Jose (6-8)
Texas (1-13)
Minnesota (4-10)
Amsterdam (5-5)
Frankfurt (6-4)
Scottish (7-3)
Barcelona (5-5)
London (4-6)
Rhein (3-7)
Minnesota Vikings (9-7)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
Chicago Bears (7-9)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
Cincinnati Bengals (8-8)
Head Coach: David Shula (1-6) and Bruce Coslet (7-2)
Jacksonville Jaguars (9-7)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-10)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
Carolina Panthers (12-4)
Head Coach: Dom Capers
Houston Oilers (8-8)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
San Francisco 49ers (12-4)
Head Coach: George Seifert
St. Louis Rams (6-10)
Head Coach: Rich Brooks
Atlanta Falcons (3-13)
Head Coach: June Jones
Denver Broncos (13-3)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Kansas City Chiefs (9-7)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
San Diego Chargers (8-8)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Oakland Raiders (7-9)
Head Coach: Mike White
Detroit Lions (5-11)
Head Coach: Wayne Fontes
Seattle Seahawks (7-9)
Head Coach: Dennis Erickson










Dallas Cowboys (10-6)
Head Coach: Barry Switzer
New England Patriots (11-5)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)
Head Coach: Ray Rhodes
Buffalo Bills (10-6)
Head Coach: Marv Levy
Washington Redskins (9-7)
Head Coach: Norv Turner
Arizona Cardinals (7-9)
Head Coach: Vince Tobin
Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
Head Coach: Lindy Infante
Miami Dolphins (8-8)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
New York Giants (6-10)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
New York Jets (1-15)
Head Coach: Rich Kotite
Green Bay Packers (13-3)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
New Orleans Saints (3-13)
Head Coach: Jim Mora (2-6) and Rick Venturi (1-7)
Baltimore Ravens (4-12)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda