SAN JOSE 48, Portland 44 (14576) - Mike Maslowski ran in from the one-yard line with one minute remaining to send Portland to their fourth straight loss. Maslowski had two TD runs in the game.
NEW JERSEY 41, Florida 34 (9227) - Rickey Foggie passed for 237 yards, including two TDs to Larry Ray Willis, as the Red Dogs rallied from an early deficit and posted their first home win in nearly a year.
SATURDAY JUNE 20
TAMPA BAY 63, Albany 42 (10297) - Peter Tom Willis tossed for six TDs, including four to Stevie Thomas, as the Storm routed the Firebirds to take over the league's best record.
HOUSTON 61, Milwaukee 55 (OT) (3879) - With 1.7 seconds left in regulation, Kenny Stucker missed a 30-yard FG for Milwaukee, and Houston won the game on a 1-yard touchdown run.
Orlando 42, ARIZONA 40 (16565) - The Predators stopped Arizona on a potential game-tying two-point conversion as time expired, snapping a four-game losing streak to the defending champion Rattlers.
MONDAY JUNE 22
Iowa 46, NASHVILLE 43 (OT) (10121) - Steve Opstad kicked a 27-yard FG 4:16 into OT as Iowa snapped a six-game skid and avoided the AFL record for most consecutive losses in a season following an ArenaBowl berth.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        6  2 0 443 360 Albany         6  2 0 428 389
San Jose       4  4 0 319 349 New Jersey     4  4 0 369 403
Portland       3  5 0 366 396 New York       2  6 0 333 403
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Houston        4  4 0 395 408 Tampa Bay      7  1 0 448 282
MILWAUKEE      4  4 0 448 417 Nashville      5  3 0 417 375
Grand Rapids   2  6 0 291 388 Orlando        5  3 0 340 322
Iowa           2  6 0 281 386 Florida        2  6 0 386 378
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY JUNE 26
San Jose 76, MILWAUKEE 40 (13891) - Ron Lopez threw three first-quarter TDs, two to Steve Papin, and the special teams unit recorded five more as the streaking SaberCats scored a team record 62 first-half points.
NASHVILLE 49, Florida 46 (13089) - DB Bill Rutledge's fumble recovery in the end zone for a TD capped a 21-point third quarter and lifted the Kats to the win. Rookie DB Corey Johnson picked off three passes for the Kats defense.
SATURDAY JUNE 27
New Jersey 55, ALBANY 48 (9732) - Rickey Foggie hit Larry Ray Willis with a one-yard TD pass with 60 seconds left in the fourth quarter for the win. Foggie completed 23-of-35 passes for 313 yards and six TDs, three to Willis.
TAMPA BAY 56, Orlando 30 (14125) - Peter Tom Willis fired six TD passes,  three of them to offensive specialist George LaFrance, as the Storm maintained the top record in the AFL.
Houston 72, IOWA 65 (9286) - 
GRAND RAPIDS 43, New York 28 (9726) - After the CityHawks took a 14-0 lead in the first quater, they self-destructed in the second half with two key fumbles to put their playoff hopes in a death spiral.
SUNDAY JUNE 28
ARIZONA 62, Portland 52 (15098) - Sherdrick Bonner threw six TD passes, including four to Calvin Schexnayder as the Rattlers handed the Forest Dragons their fifth straight loss.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        7  2 0 505 412 Albany         6  3 0 476 444
San Jose       5  4 0 395 389 New Jersey     5  4 0 424 451
Portland       3  6 0 418 458 New York       2  7 0 361 446
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Houston        5  4 0 467 473 Tampa Bay      8  1 0 504 312
MILWAUKEE      4  5 0 488 493 Nashville      6  3 0 466 421
Grand Rapids   3  6 0 334 416 Orlando        5  4 0 370 378
Iowa           2  7 0 346 458 Florida        2  7 0 432 427
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY JULY 2
NEW JERSEY 39, New York 32 (9692) - The CityHawks had a chance when Red Dogs QB Rickey Foggie, nursing a 7-point lead with 38 seconds to play, fumbled. But two plays later, Mike Perez was intercepted in the end zone.
Arizona 69, GRAND RAPIDS 27 (9109) - 
IOWA 55, Albany 48 (9173) - Aaron Garcia's 26-yard scoring pass to Carlos James with 34 seconds left gave Iowa the lead. Iowa then stopped Albany's Eddie Brown on the 2-yard line as time expired to preserve the win.
Nashville 62, MILWAUKEE 61 (OT) (13874) - The Mustangs defense came into the game ranked last in scoring and total defense, and it showed as Nashville QB Andy Kelly threw nine TD passes.
FRIDAY JULY 3
San Jose 68, PORTLAND 45 (10392) - Ron Lopez completed 18 of 27 passes for 272 yards and four TDs. San Jose broke open a close game with a 24-7 second quarter run to take a 34-17 halftime lead.
Tampa Bay 62, HOUSTON 46 (3691) - Houston QB Clint Dolezel, threw six TDs, but was sacked three times. He had three interceptions, two by Johnnie Harris and the other by Antoine Worthman.
SUNDAY JULY 5
Orlando 53, FLORIDA 44 (1895 at Lakeland, FL) - Trailing, 30-25, midway through the third quarter, Orlando gambled on fourth-and-8 on its 15-yard line. QB Pat O'Hara hit Robert Gordon with a TD pass, and the Preds rolled.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
X-Arizona      8  2 0 574 439 Albany         6  4 0 524 499
San Jose       6  4 0 463 434 New Jersey     6  4 0 463 483
Portland       3  7 0 463 526 New York       2  8 0 393 485
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Houston        5  5 0 513 535 X-Tampa Bay    9  1 0 566 358
MILWAUKEE      4  6 0 549 555 Nashville      7  3 0 528 482
Grand Rapids   3  7 0 361 485 Orlando        6  4 0 423 422
Iowa           3  7 0 401 506 Florida        2  8 0 476 480
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY JULY 10
ORLANDO 37, Nashville 22 (15602) - Orlando and Nashville (both 7-4) are now tied for second in the Southern Division and will be no worse than tied for third in the playoff race when the weekend ends.
Portland 56, NEW YORK 51 (4817) - Damon Bowers scored on a 4-yard catch with 22 seconds left in the game, but the Dragons recovered Mike Black's onside kick to send the CityHawks to their seventh straight defeat.
HOUSTON 63, Grand Rapids 49 (3532) - Clint Dolezel threw three TD passes in the first quarter as the Thunderbears raced to a 14-point lead and cruised. Dolezel completed 22-of-29 passes for 325 yards and eight touchdowns.
SATURDAY JULY 11
Milwaukee 49, NEW JERSEY 48 (7574) - Kevin McDougal came off the bench to throw three TD passes in the final 2:29 as the Mustangs stunned the Red 
Dogs, who opened the fourth with QB Rickey Foggie's seventh TD pass.
Iowa 44, SAN JOSE 41 (15036) - San Jose's Bill Stoyanovich missed the potential game-tying 39-yard FG as time expired. Stoyanovich's miss came after Brion Hurley put Iowa ahead with a 28-yard FG with 32 seconds left. 
SUNDAY JULY 12
TAMPA BAY 59, Florida 18 (11005) - Peter Tom Willis passed for 214 yards and six TDs as the Storm continued their dominance of the Bobcats. The Storm have won all 11 meetings with their intrastate rivals.
MONDAY JULY 13
ALBANY 58, Arizona 34 (10221) - Mike Pawlawski threw six TD passes, including four to Eddie Brown, as the Firebirds snapped a three-game losing streak and remained unbeaten against Western Conference teams.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
X-Arizona      8  3 0 609 497 Albany         7  4 0 582 533
San Jose       6  5 0 504 478 New Jersey     6  5 0 511 532
Portland       4  7 0 519 577 New York       2  9 0 444 541
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Houston        6  5 0 576 584 X-Tampa Bay   10  1 0 625 376
MILWAUKEE      5  6 0 598 603 Nashville      7  4 0 550 519
Iowa           4  7 0 445 547 Orlando        7  4 0 460 444
Grand Rapids   3  8 0 410 548 Florida        2  9 0 494 539
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY JULY 16
ARIZONA 62, New York 34 (15964) - Sherdrick Bonner threw for three scores in the opening half as the Rattlers built a 27-point lead at intermission and clinched their third straight Western Division title.
FRIDAY JULY 17
ORLANDO 66, Portland 48 (15126) - Pat O'Hara threw five TD passes and Damon Mason returned an interception 34 yards for a score as the Predators defeated the struggling Forest Dragons.
NASHVILLE 49, Tampa Bay 43 (16121) - The Storm have a pair of losses this season and both have come at the hands of the Kats, who got five TD passes from Andy Kelly, and failed to clinch the Southern Division title.
Albany 56, SAN JOSE 53 (14799) - Mike Pawlawski capped a brilliant night by hitting Greg Hopkins with a five-yard TD pass with 2:26 remaining for the win. Pawlawski completed 25-of-35 passes for 335 yards and eight TDs.
SATURDAY JULY 18
Houston 39, MILWAUKEE 27 (14265) - Clint Dolezel passed for four TDs and ran for two more as the Thunderbears clinched their first division title, despite squandering a 21-point lead.
IOWA 58, New Jersey 49 (9613) - Iowa QB Aaron Garcia completed 21-of-33 passes for 292 yards and six TDs, including four to Kevin Swayne. Garcia found Swayne from 40 yards out to cap the scoring with 38 seconds left. 
MONDAY JULY 20
Florida 62, GRAND RAPIDS 55 (9266) - Fred McNair fired eight TD passes, six to Curtis Ceasar, as the Bobcats survived a late rally and won for just the second time in seven road games. 
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Z-Arizona      9  3 0 671 531 X-Albany       8  4 0 638 586
San Jose       6  6 0 557 534 New Jersey     6  6 0 560 590
Portland       4  8 0 567 643 New York       2 10 0 478 603
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Houston      7  5 0 615 611 X-Tampa Bay   10  2 0 668 425
Iowa           5  7 0 503 596 X-Nashville    8  4 0 599 562
MILWAUKEE      5  7 0 625 642 X-Orlando      8  4 0 526 492
Grand Rapids   3  9 0 465 610 Florida        3  9 0 556 594
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY JULY 23
Houston 64, PORTLAND 56 (10923) - 
MILWAUKEE 45, Grand Rapids 41 (15125) - The Rampage almost pulled off the upset in the last 2 seconds. But QB Cory Pullig, stepped just slightly out of bounds as he threw a would-be TD pass to Michael Baker.
SATURDAY JULY 25
ALBANY 79, Orlando 70 (12345) - Mike Pawlawski threw for 283 yards and six TDs, three to Eddie Brown, as Firebirds won their fourth straight. Chad Dukes had two TD runs and also had a 57-yard KO return for another score.
NEW YORK 54, San Jose 37 (5307) - The CityHawks snapped a pair of long losing streaks as Ron Carpenter recorded two special teams TDs and three interceptions to nullify a record-setting day by San Jose's Steve Papin.TAMPA BAY 71, Iowa 44 (14007) - George LaFrance and Steve Samuels each caught two TD passes during a 42-point first half as the Storm clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Nashville 57, FLORIDA 39 (7967 at Kansas City) - Andy Kelly fired seven TD passes as the Kats crushed Florida. He fired three scoring strikes to Corey Fleming, who finished with six catches for 91 yards.
SUNDAY JULY 26
NEW JERSEY 64, Arizona 57 (OT) (12956) - Alvin Ashley scored six TDs, including the game-winner in overtime, to help the Red Dogs stun the defending champions and clinched a postseason berth with the victory. 
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Z-Arizona      9  4 0 728 595 Z-Albany       9  4 0 717 656
San Jose       6  7 0 594 588 X-New Jersey   7  6 0 624 647
Portland       4  9 0 623 707 New York       3 10 0 532 640
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Houston      8  5 0 679 667 Z-Tampa Bay   11  2 0 739 469
MILWAUKEE      6  7 0 670 683 X-Nashville    9  4 0 656 601
Iowa           5  8 0 547 667 X-Orlando      8  5 0 596 571
Grand Rapids   3 10 0 506 655 Florida        3 10 0 595 651
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 31
ORLANDO 59, Florida 52 (16010) - Pat O'Hara hit Bret Cooper with a 35-yard TD pass with eight seconds to play as the Predators clinched a home playoff game, as the Bobcats suffered their 11th straight loss to Orlando.
Albany 77, NEW YORK 36 (6617) - Mike Pawlawski threw eight TD passes, including four to Eddie Brown, who also ran for a score, as the Firebirds nailed down the second seed in the playoffs.
San Jose 65, HOUSTON 55 (9734) - Ron Lopez threw eight TD passes as the Sabercats claimed the final playoff berth and snapped a three-game losing streak. Lopez tossed five of his scores over the last two quarters.
SATURDAY AUGUST 1
NEW JERSEY 55, Portland 52 (10314) - Steve Videtich kicked a pair of FGs in the fourth quarter, including a 16-yarder with two seconds remaining, as the  Red Dogs won to finish the season with a winning record.
Tampa Bay 55, GRAND RAPIDS 44 (10021) - Peter Tom Willis threw four TD passes and Les Barley ran four yards for a score with 18 seconds remaining to rally the Storm, while Grand Rapids tied for the worst record in the league.
Milwaukee 49, IOWA 35 (9816) - Todd Hammel threw five TD passes in the first half as the Mustangs built a 21-point halftime lead. Both teams were eliminated from playoff contention on Friday when San Jose won.
SUNDAY AUGUST 2
ARIZONA 59, Nashville 55 (16038) - Sherdrick Bonner threw for 314 yards and six TDs and Calvin Schexnayder caught five TD passes as the Rattlers topped the Kats, despite QB Andy Kelly's eight TD passes.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Z-Arizona     10  4 0 786 650 Z-Albany      10  4 0 793 692
X-San Jose     7  7 0 659 643 X-New Jersey   8  6 0 679 699
Portland       4 10 0 677 762 New York       3 11 0 568 717
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Houston      8  6 0 734 732 Z-Tampa Bay   12  2 0 794 513
MILWAUKEE      7  7 0 719 718 X-Orlando      9  5 0 655 623
Iowa           5  9 0 582 716 X-Nashville    9  5 0 711 659
Grand Rapids   3 11 0 550 710 Florida        3 11 0 637 710
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1998 AFL PLAYOFFS - QUARTER-FINALS
Fri Aug 7 - ORLANDO (9-5) 58, Nashville (9-5) 43 (12766) - Pat O'Hara threw for 289 yards and five TDs as the Predators used a stingy defense in the first half to leave Nashville 0-2 in their playoff history.
Fri Aug 7 - ARIZONA (10-4) 50, Houston (8-6) 36 (13151) - Sherdrick Bonner threw six TD passes, four to Calvin Schexnayder, as the defending champs cruised past Houston and QB Clint Dolezel, who passed for five TDs.
Sat Aug 8 - New Jersey (8-6) 66, ALBANY (10-4) 59 (10636) - Ricky Foggie passed for 446 yards and nine TDs, including the go-ahead score in the final minute, for New Jersey, which advanced to the semifinals for the first time.
Sat Aug 8 - TAMPA BAY (12-2) 65, San Jose (7-7) 46 (11001) - Peter Tom Willis threw four of his six TD passes in the first half and the Storm remained perfect at home in the playoffs. The Sabercats fell to 0-3 in the postseason.
SEMI-FINALS
Fri Aug 14 - TAMPA BAY (13-2) 49, New Jersey (9-6) 23 (10051) - Peter Tom Willis threw four TD passes and Andre Bowden ran for two scores as the Tampa Bay Storm advanced to their fifth Arena Bowl.
Sat Aug 15 - Orlando (10-5) 38, ARIZONA (11-4) 33 (14015) -  Barry Wagner saved his best for last, catching Pat O'Hara's 18-yard scoring strike with six seconds left to give the Predators a berth in next week's ArenaBowl XII.
ARENA BOWL XII (August 23, 1998 at Tampa Bay - 17,222)
ORLANDO PREDATORS (11-5) 62, TAMPA BAY PREDATORS (14-2) 31 - The Orlando Predators claimed their first championship under first-year coach Jay Gruden, destroying his former team and archrival Storm in a record-setting ArenaBowl XII. The Predators, who set an ArenaBowl record for points, had lost three previous trips to the title game but handed the Storm their first-ever postseason home defeat in the largest margin of victory in ArenaBowl history. Gruden, who quarterbacked the Storm to four ArenaBowl titles, set a record for wins by a first-year coach by claiming his 12th in 17 games. Rookie Rick Hamilton earned Most Valuable Player honors, rushing six times for an ArenaBowl record 82 yards and three touchdowns, and Barry Wagner was named the game's Ironman for the third time in his career. Hamilton started a 30-point outburst and gave Orlando the lead for good, 24-17, with 2:31 left in the first half on a 36-yard scamper, the longest touchdown run in ArenaBowl history. He helped the Predators to a 31-17 advantage with a five-yard scoring run 57 seconds into the second half and put Orlando ahead 40-17 with a 10-yard TD run four minutes later. After Peter Tom Willis hit Stevie Thomas with an eight-yard scoring strike with 11:34 to play, Robert Gordon returned an onside kick eight yards for a TD to cap the scoring. It was the shortest kickoff return for a score in ArenaBowl history.  
FOLDING: Anaheim Pirahnas RENAMED: Texas Terror to Houston Thunderbears ADDED: Grand Rapids Rampage
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY MAY 1
ORLANDO 42, Grand Rapids 27 (13657) - Orlando ruined the debut of the Rampage. After trailing 10-7 in the second period, the Predators went on a 35-3 rampage of their own. The Rampage did score twice in the final quarter.
Milwaukee 54, FLORIDA 47 (2649) - Mustangs rookie QB Kevin McDougal gave coach Rick Frazier his first win. McDougal hit Gary Compton for a 45-yard TD on his first toss and completed 15 of 26 passes for 249 yards. 
NASHVILLE 64, Houston 40 (10080) - 
SATURDAY MAY 2
Tampa Bay 45, SAN JOSE 23 (14028) - Peter Tom Willis (19 of 29 for 247 yards and 2 interceptions) threw four TD passes. Les Barley rushed for 41 yards, along with two TDs, and recorded a safety on defense for the Storm.
ALBANY 65, Portland 58 (10347) - 
SUNDAY MAY 3
Arizona 61, IOWA 40 (8621) - Sherdrick Bonner's sixth TD pass of the game, a seven-yard toss to Hunkie Cooper with 12:31 to play, snapped a tie and propeled the Rattlers to the win.
MONDAY MAY 4
New Jersey 53, NEW YORK 34 (8271) - Adrian Lunsford returned a fumble 27 yards for a TD, giving New Jersey a 40-24 lead with 4:23 left to lock up its third consecutive victory over the CityHawks. 
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        1  0 0  61  40 Albany         1  0 0  65  58
Portland       0  1 0  58  65 New Jersey     1  0 0  53  34
San Jose       0  1 0  23  45 New York       0  1 0  34  53
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
MILWAUKEE      1  0 0  54  47 Nashville      1  0 0  64  40
Grand Rapids   0  1 0  27  42 Orlando        1  0 0  42  27
Houston        0  1 0  40  64 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  45  23
Iowa           0  1 0  40  61 Florida        0  1 0  47  54
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY MAY 8
Orlando 54, MILWAUKEE 44 (17111) - Pat O'Hara passed for 295 yards and eight TDs, including three apiece to Barry Wagner and Robert Gordon, as Orlando runied Milwaukee's home debut.
GRAND RAPIDS 45, Iowa 27 (10618) - Corey Pullig passed for three TDs and ran for another as the Rampage captured their first-ever regular season win at their first home game, shutting out Iowa in the first and fourth quarters.
SATURDAY MAY 9
Nashville 54, TAMPA BAY 52 (9336) - Before the smallest crowd for a Storm home game, four turnovers lead to 17 Nashville points, and a dozen penalties did not help, as the Kats beat the Storm for the first time.
HOUSTON 41, Florida 35 (4629) - 
PORTLAND 47, New York 38 (10457) - Oronde Gadsden scored a pair of TDs, including one on defense, as Portland picked up its first win. New York K Mike Black tied a single-game record with six FGs, five in the first half. 
Arizona 62, SAN JOSE 43 (14299) - Arizona QB Sherdrick Bonner passed for 257 yards and five TDs. Bonner's efforts offset those of San Jose QB Jared Brown, who threw for 219 yards and five TDs, off the bench.
MONDAY MAY 11
Albany 52, NEW JERSEY 38 (8817) - Mike Pawlawski threw five TD passes, including two in the fourth quarter, and Greg Hopkins caught two TD strikes and returned an interception for a score as the Firebirds stayed perfect.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        2  0 0 123  83 Albany         2  0 0 117  96
Portland       1  1 0 105 103 New Jersey     1  1 0  91  86
San Jose       0  2 0  66 107 New York       0  2 0  72 100
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   1  1 0  72  69 Nashville      2  0 0 118  92
Houston        1  1 0  81  99 Orlando        2  0 0  96  71
MILWAUKEE      1  1 0  98 101 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  97  77
Iowa           0  2 0  67 106 Florida        0  2 0  82  95
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY MAY 15
NASHVILLE 46, New Jersey 42 (11120) - Andy Kelly threw two TD passes to Cory Fleming 43 seconds apart in the final minute as the Kats rallied after the Red Dogs held a 42-31 lead with 3:51 to play.
ORLANDO 28, Iowa 6 (14369) - Pat O'Hara hit Barry Wagner with two TD as Orlando kept Iowa winless. The Predators shut out the Barnstormers in the first three quarters of play, as Iowa scored a team all-time low in points.
SATURDAY MAY 16
TAMPA BAY 56, Houston 25 (10009) - Storm offensive specialist George LaFrance went on a terror, catching a league record seven TD passes, six from Peter Tom Willis, and scoring a team record 42 points.
ALBANY 56, San Jose 30 (10140) - For the second week in a row, Albany's defense set the tone, as Albany improved to 3-0, and the SaberCats, which had won two previous meetings with the Firebirds, fell to 0-3.
New York 42, FLORIDA 38 (2146) - Mike Perez's 26-yard TD pass to James Bowden with three seconds to play lifted the New York CityHawks to their first win of the season and keeping the Bobcats winless.
ARIZONA 62, Milwaukee 61 (15318) - Sherdrick Bonner threw seven TD as the Rattlers remained unbeaten. Khevin Pratt scored with four seconds left, but a bad snap on the extra point prevented the Mustangs from forcing OT.
PORTLAND 45, Grand Rapids 22 (10975) - 
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        3  0 0 185 144 Albany         3  0 0 173 126
Portland       2  1 0 150 125 New Jersey     1  2 0 133 132
San Jose       0  3 0  96 163 New York       1  2 0 114 138
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   1  2 0  94 114 Nashville      3  0 0 164 134
Houston        1  2 0 106 155 Orlando        3  0 0 124  77
MILWAUKEE      1  2 0 159 163 Tampa Bay      2  1 0 153 102
Iowa           0  3 0  73 134 Florida        0  3 0 120 137
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY MAY 22
New Jersey 60, MILWAUKEE 56 (14144) - Aaron Garcia passed for eight TDs, including five to Larry Willis, as the Red Dogs overcame a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Milwaukee's Todd Hammel threw six TD passes.
NASHVILLE 62, Orlando 48 (13182) - Andy Kelly passed for six TDs and ran for another score as the Kats remained unbeaten. Orlando QB Pat O'Hara was 19-for-29 for 260 yards and five touchdowns.
Arizona 58, HOUSTON 57 (3812) - 
SATURDAY MAY 23
New York 57, ALBANY 46 (10121) - With the CityHawks leading 41-39, Eddie Brown intercepted a pass thrown by Albany QB Mike Pawlawski. He then hauled in a 23-yard TD pass from Mike Perez, giving New York a 48-39 lead. 
Tampa Bay 44, FLORIDA 29 (2062) - Tampa's George LaFrance reached career marks of 500 receptions and 1,000 points scored, while Les Barley became the first 1,000 yard rusher in league history.
Portland 53, IOWA 47 (OT) (9129) - James Guidry's sixth TD pass of the game, an eight-yarder to Brian Greene 5:04 into overtime, gave Portland the win, after a 34-yard FG by Daron Alcorn with three seconds left tied the game.
SAN JOSE 49, Grand Rapids 20 (13773) - Ron threw six TD passes, including five in the second half, to ignite the SaberCats  to their first win of the season over the expansion Rampage.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        4  0 0 243 201 Albany         3  1 0 219 183
Portland       3  1 0 203 172 New Jersey     2  2 0 193 188
San Jose       1  3 0 145 183 New York       2  2 0 171 184
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Grand Rapids   1  3 0 114 163 Nashville      4  0 0 226 182
Houston        1  3 0 163 213 Orlando        3  1 0 172 139
MILWAUKEE      1  3 0 215 223 Tampa Bay      3  1 0 197 131
Iowa           0  4 0 120 187 Florida        0  4 0 149 181
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY MAY 29
Milwaukee 54, GRAND RAPIDS 41 (9821) - A 30-point eruption in the second quarter gave Milwaukee the win. The Mustangs bounced back from a 14-0, first-quarter deficit and held the Rampage to six second-half points.
SATURDAY MAY 30
Tampa Bay 81, NEW JERSEY 42 (9583) - George LaFrance and Lawrence Samuels each scored three TDs as the Storm established a franchise scoring record in handing the New Jersey Red Dogs their worst loss ever.
HOUSTON 55, Iowa 21 (3606) - Iowa scored just two TDs and fell for the fifth
time in a row. Kevin Swayne connected twice with Charles Puleri to score Iowa's two TDs, both in the final seven minutes of the game.
Florida 61, ARIZONA 54 (15677) - Fred McNair's fifth TD pass, a six-yard toss to Bernard Edwards with seven seconds remaining, gave the Bobcats their first win over the previously unbeaten Rattlers. McNair threw for 205 yards.
SAN JOSE 49, Nashville 41 (14300) - Ron Lopez passed for six TDs and 297 yards as the SaberCats handed Nashville its first loss. The Kats scored twice in the final minute to make the score respectable.
SUNDAY MAY 31
Albany 48, PORTLAND 45 (9683) -Mike Pawlawski threw six TD passes and Derek Stingley intercepted a pass in the end zone in the waning seconds as the Firebirds held on for the win.
MONDAY JUNE 1
Orlando 43, NEW YORK 41 (6714) - Pat O'Hara threw for 227 yards and completed three TD passes to Barry Wagner to keep the Predators perfect. Their stingy defense limited the CityHawks to just one yard rushing.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        4  1 0 297 262 Albany         4  1 0 267 228
Portland       3  2 0 248 220 New Jersey     2  3 0 235 269
San Jose       2  3 0 194 224 New York       2  3 0 212 227
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
Houston        2  3 0 218 234 Nashville      4  1 0 267 231
MILWAUKEE      2  3 0 269 264 Orlando        4  1 0 215 180
Grand Rapids   1  4 0 155 217 Tampa Bay      4  1 0 278 173
Iowa           0  5 0 141 242 Florida        1  4 0 220 235
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY JUNE 5
Albany 53, NASHVILLE 49 (13887) - Pete Elezovic's 33-yard FG as time expired provided the winning points as the Firebirds won a showdown of National Conference powers. Andy Kelly threw six TD passes for Nashville.
SATURDAY JUNE 6
TAMPA BAY 65, New York 33 (10945) - Peter Tom Willis threw four TD passes as the Storm used a 21-point third quarter to win, while New York QB Mike Perez completed only 19-of-39 passes for 191 yards and three TDs.
IOWA 48, Grand Rapids 47 (9106) - Iowa stopped Shannon Culver short of the goal line on a two-point conversion attempt in OT. Aaron Garcia tossed a 13-yard TD pass to Leonard Conley to give Iowa a 48-41 lead in the overtime.
Milwaukee 70, PORTLAND 46 (10309) - Mustangs QB Todd Hamell was named the AFL's player of the week. He was 24 of 41 for 325 yards and seven TDs to become the AFL's all-time leading passer.
ARIZONA 48, San Jose 26 (15838) - Shedrick Bonner passed for 324 yards and added three TDs to his league-leading total as the Rattlers broke open a close game in the final quarter. Bonner has 37 TD passes in just six games.
MONDAY JUNE 8
New Jersey 60, ORLANDO 49 (12758) - Red Dogs QB Rickey Foggie threw for 299 yards and seven TDs, four to Larry Ray Willis. Foggie took over the starting job when New Jersey dealt Aaron Garcia to Iowa earlier this week.
FLORIDA 83, Houston 36 (2795) - Florida erupted in a blowout in the last event at the West Palm Beach Auditorium. Florida caused a season-high four turnovers and sacked Houston QB Clint Dolezel twice.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        5  1 0 345 288 Albany         5  1 0 320 277
Portland       3  3 0 294 290 New Jersey     3  3 0 295 318
San Jose       2  4 0 220 272 New York       2  4 0 245 292
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
MILWAUKEE      3  3 0 339 310 Tampa Bay      5  1 0 343 206
Houston        2  4 0 254 317 Nashville      4  2 0 316 284
Grand Rapids   1  5 0 202 265 Orlando        4  2 0 264 240
Iowa           1  5 0 189 289 Florida        2  4 0 303 271
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY JUNE 11
Arizona 58, PORTLAND 30 (8209) - Sherdrick Bonner threw three TD passes and ran for another score in the first half as the Rattlers built a 24-point lead at intermission and cruised. Bonner played only the opening half.
FRIDAY JUNE 12
TAMPA BAY 42, Orlando 34 (15948) - Peter Tom Willis threw five TD passes, including three in the 4th quarter, as the Storm rallied. Orlando led for the final time, 28-23, after Barry Wagner's one-yard run with 1:56 left in the third.
MILWAUKEE 54, Iowa 46 (14235) - Todd Hammel threw three fourth-quarter TD passes to Gary Compton, including a 43-yard strike with 40 seconds left as the Mustangs scored 34 points in the fourth quarter.
SATURDAY JUNE 13
ALBANY 66, Florida 49 (11503) - Eddie Brown caught three TD passes and capped Albany's 42-point first half by returning a missed FG 55 yards for a score. Bobcats QB Fred McNair was 25-of-44 for 315 yards and six scores.
Houston 80, GRAND RAPIDS 36 (9105) - 
SUNDAY JUNE 14
San Jose 51, NEW JERSEY 33 (9136) - Ron Lopez passed for 226 yards and five TDs, three to Kyle Gary, as San Jose earned its first road win. New Jersey has not won a home game since June 20th, 1997.
MONDAY JUNE 15
Nashville 58, NEW YORK 45 (7146) - Tyronne Jones returned the opening KO 56 yards for a TD, his third in three games, and Andy Kelly threw for 219 yards and four TDs as the Kats avoided their first-ever three-game skid.
AMERICAN-WEST                 NATIONAL-EAST
Arizona        6  1 0 403 318 Albany         6  1 0 386 326
Portland       3  4 0 324 348 New Jersey     3  4 0 328 369
San Jose       3  4 0 271 305 New York       2  5 0 290 350
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              NATIONAL-SOUTH
MILWAUKEE      4  3 0 393 356 Tampa Bay      6  1 0 385 240
Houston        3  4 0 334 353 Nashville      5  2 0 374 329
Grand Rapids   1  6 0 238 345 Orlando        4  3 0 298 282
Iowa           1  6 0 235 343 Florida        2  5 0 352 337
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY JUNE 19
Grand Rapids 53, NEW YORK 43 (7768) - CItyHawks QB Mike Perez threw four TD passes to push the 12-year-old Arena League's career record to 282, breaking the mark of 280 set by Jay Gruden.
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - WEEK ONE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6
Pittsburgh 20, BALTIMORE 13
GREEN BAY 38, Detroit 19
New Orleans 24, ST. LOUIS 17
KANSAS CITY 28, Oakland 8
DALLAS 38, Arizona 10
SAN DIEGO 16, Buffalo 14
Atlanta 19, CAROLINA 14
Seattle 38, PHILADELPHIA 0
Jacksonville 24, CHICAGO 23
MINNESOTA 31, Tampa Bay 7
SAN FRAN 36, NY Jets 30 (OT)
Miami 24, INDIANAPOLIS 15
Tennessee 23, CINCINNATI 14
NY GIANTS 31, Washington 24
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
DENVER 27, New England 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      1  0 0  31  24 Miami          1  0 0  24  15
Dallas         1  0 0  38  10 New England    0  1 0  21  27
Washington     0  1 0  24  31 NY Jets        0  1 0  30  36
Philadelphia   0  1 0   0  38 Buffalo        0  1 0  14  16
Arizona        0  1 0  10  38 Indianapolis   0  1 0  15  24
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  38  19 Jacksonville   1  0 0  24  23
Minnesota      1  0 0  31   7 Tennessee      1  0 0  23  14
Detroit        0  1 0  19  38 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  20  13
Tampa Bay      0  1 0   7  31 Cincinnati     0  1 0  14  23
Chicago        0  1 0  23  24 Baltimore      0  1 0  13  20
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        1  0 0  19  14 Denver         1  0 0  27  21
San Francisco  1  0 0  36  30 Kansas City    1  0 0  28   8
New Orleans    1  0 0  24  17 San Diego      1  0 0  16  14
Carolina       0  1 0  14  19 Seattle        1  0 0  38   0
St. Louis      0  1 0  17  24 Oakland        0  1 0   8  28
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Baltimore 24, NY JETS 10
Cincinnati 34, DET 28 (OT)
MIAMI 13, Buffalo 7
San Diego 13, TENNESSEE 7
SEATTLE 33, Arizona 14
NEW ENGLAND 29, Indianapolis 6
JACKSONVILLE 21, Kansas City 16
GREEN BAY 23, Tampa Bay 15
OAKLAND 20, NY Giants 17
DENVER 42, Dallas 23
NEW ORLEANS 19, Carolina 14
Minnesota 38, ST. LOUIS 31
PITTSBURGH 17, Chicago 12
ATLANTA 17, Philadelphia 12
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14
San Francisco 45, WASHINGTON 10
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants      1  1 0  48  44 Miami          2  0 0  37  22
Dallas         1  1 0  61  52 New England    1  1 0  50  33
Washington     0  2 0  34  76 NY Jets        0  2 0  40  60
Philadelphia   0  2 0  12  55 Buffalo        0  2 0  21  29
Arizona        0  2 0  24  71 Indianapolis   0  2 0  21  53
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      2  0 0  61  34 Jacksonville   2  0 0  45  39
Minnesota      2  0 0  69  38 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  37  25
Detroit        0  2 0  47  72 Tennessee      1  1 0  30  27
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  22  54 Cincinnati     1  1 0  48  51
Chicago        0  2 0  35  41 Baltimore      1  1 0  37  30
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        2  0 0  36  26 Denver         2  0 0  69  44
San Francisco  2  0 0  81  40 Seattle        2  0 0  71  14
New Orleans    2  0 0  43  31 San Diego      2  0 0  29  21
Carolina       0  2 0  28  38 Kansas City    1  1 0  44  29
St. Louis      0  2 0  48  62 Oakland        1  1 0  28  45
WEEK THREE (Bye - Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, San Francisco)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
MINNESOTA 29, Detroit 6
St. Louis 34, BUFFALO 33
TAMPA BAY 27, Chicago 15
Green Bay 13, CINCINNATI 6
JACKSONVILLE 24, Baltimore 10
ARIZONA 17, Philadelphia 3
KANSAS CITY 23, San Diego 7
SEATTLE 24, Washington 14
MIAMI 21, Pittsburgh 0
Denver 34, OAKLAND 17
NY JETS 44, Indianapolis 6
NEW ENGLAND 27, Tennessee 16
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
Dallas 31, NY GIANTS 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         2  1 0  92  59 Miami          3  0 0  58  22
NY Giants      1  2 0  55  75 New England    2  1 0  77  49
Arizona        1  2 0  41  74 NY Jets        1  2 0  84  66
Philadelphia   0  3 0  15  72 Buffalo        0  3 0  54  63
Washington     0  3 0  48 100 Indianapolis   0  3 0  27  97
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      3  0 0  74  40 Jacksonville   3  0 0  69  49
Minnesota      3  0 0  98  44 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  37  46
Tampa Bay      1  2 0  49  69 Tennessee      1  2 0  46  54
Detroit        0  3 0  53 101 Cincinnati     1  2 0  54  64
Chicago        0  3 0  50  68 Baltimore      1  2 0  47  54
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        2  0 0  36  26 Denver         3  0 0 103  61
San Francisco  2  0 0  81  40 Seattle        3  0 0  95  28
New Orleans    2  0 0  43  31 San Diego      2  1 0  36  44
St. Louis      1  2 0  82  95 Kansas City    2  1 0  67  36
Carolina       0  2 0  28  38 Oakland        1  2 0  45  79
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Buffalo, Miami, New England, NY Jets)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
Arizona 20, ST. LOUIS 17
Kansas City 24, PHILADELPHIA 21
PITTSBURGH 13, Seattle 10
Denver 38, WASHINGTON 16
Minnesota 31, CHICAGO 28
BALTIMORE 31, Cincinnati 24
New Orleans 19, INDIANAPOLIS 13 (OT)
SAN FRANCISCO 31, Atlanta 20
Jacksonville 27, TENNESSEE 22
Green Bay 37, CAROLINA 30
Oakland 13, DALLAS 12
NY Giants 34, SAN DIEGO 16
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28
DETROIT 27, Tampa Bay 6
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         2  2 0 104  72 Miami          3  0 0  58  22
NY Giants      2  2 0  89  91 New England    2  1 0  77  49
Arizona        2  2 0  61  91 NY Jets        1  2 0  84  66
Philadelphia   0  4 0  36  96 Buffalo        0  3 0  54  63
Washington     0  4 0  64 138 Indianapolis   0  4 0  40 116
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
GREEN BAY      4  0 0 111  70 Jacksonville   4  0 0  96  71
Minnesota      4  0 0 129  72 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  50  56
Tampa Bay      1  3 0  55  96 Baltimore      2  2 0  78  78
Detroit        1  3 0  80 107 Cincinnati     1  3 0  78  95
Chicago        0  4 0  78  99 Tennessee      1  3 0  68  81
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
New Orleans    3  0 0  62  44 Denver         4  0 0 141  77
San Francisco  3  0 0 112  60 Seattle        3  1 0 105  41
Atlanta        2  1 0  56  57 Kansas City    3  1 0  91  57
St. Louis      1  3 0  99 115 San Diego      2  2 0  52  78
Carolina       0  3 0  58  75 Oakland        2  2 0  58  91
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Baltimore, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Tennessee)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
ATLANTA 51, Carolina 23
New England 30, NEW ORLEANS 27
Oakland 23, ARIZONA 20
DENVER 41, Philadelphia 16
KANSAS CITY 17, Seattle 6
Dallas 31, WASHINGTON 10
INDIANAPOLIS 17, San Diego 12
TAMPA BAY 20, NY Giants 3
CHICAGO 31, Detroit 27
BUFFALO 26, San Francisco 21
NY JETS 20, Miami 9
MONDAY OCTOBER 5
Minnesota 37, GREEN BAY 24
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         3  2 0 135  82 Miami          3  1 0  67  42
NY Giants      2  3 0  92 111 New England    3  1 0 107  76
Arizona        2  3 0  81 114 NY Jets        2  2 0 104  75
Philadelphia   0  5 0  52 137 Buffalo        1  3 0  80  84
Washington     0  5 0  74 169 Indianapolis   1  4 0  57 128
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      5  0 0 166  96 Jacksonville   4  0 0  96  71
GREEN BAY      4  1 0 135 107 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  50  56
Tampa Bay      2  3 0  75  99 Baltimore      2  2 0  78  78
Detroit        1  4 0 107 138 Cincinnati     1  3 0  78  95
Chicago        1  4 0 109 126 Tennessee      1  3 0  68  81
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
New Orleans    3  1 0  89  74 Denver         5  0 0 182  93
San Francisco  3  1 0 133  86 Kansas City    4  1 0 108  63
Atlanta        3  1 0 107  80 Seattle        3  2 0 111  58
St. Louis      1  3 0  99 115 Oakland        3  2 0  81 111
Carolina       0  4 0  81 126 San Diego      2  3 0  64  95
WEEK SIX (Bye - Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
Buffalo 31, INDIANAPOLIS 24
San Francisco 31, NEW ORLEANS 0
ARIZONA 20, Chicago 7
Denver 21, SEATTLE 16
Atlanta 34, NY GIANTS 20
DALLAS 27, Carolina 20
Tennessee 12, BALTIMORE 8
OAKLAND 7, San Diego 6
NEW ENGLAND 40, Kansas City 10
PHILADELPHIA 17, Washington 12
ST. LOUIS 30, NY Jets 10
CINCINNATI 25, Pittsburgh 20
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
JACKSONVILLE 28, Miami 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  2 0 162 102 New England    4  1 0 147  86
Arizona        3  3 0 101 121 Miami          3  2 0  88  70
NY Giants      2  4 0 112 145 NY Jets        2  3 0 104  75
Philadelphia   1  5 0  69 149 Buffalo        2  3 0 111 108
Washington     0  6 0  86 186 Indianapolis   1  5 0  81 159
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      5  0 0 166  96 Jacksonville   5  0 0 124  92
GREEN BAY      4  1 0 135 107 Pittsburgh     3  2 0  70  81
Tampa Bay      2  3 0  75  99 Baltimore      2  3 0  86  90
Detroit        1  4 0 107 138 Cincinnati     2  3 0 103 115
Chicago        1  5 0 116 146 Tennessee      2  3 0  80  89
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        4  1 0 141 100 Denver         6  0 0 203 109
San Francisco  4  1 0 164  86 Kansas City    4  2 0 118 103
New Orleans    3  2 0  89 105 Oakland        4  2 0  88 117
St. Louis      2  3 0 129 125 Seattle        3  3 0 127  79
Carolina       0  5 0 101 153 San Diego      2  4 0  70 102
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Seattle)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15
DETROIT 27, Green Bay 20
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
NY GIANTS 34, Arizona 7
ATLANTA 31, New Orleans 23
SAN FRAN 34, Indianapolis 31
CHICAGO 13, Dallas 12
PITTSBURGH 16, Baltimore 6
BUFFALO 17, Jacksonville 16
TAMPA BAY 16, Carolina 13
MINNESOTA 41, Washington 7
SAN DIEGO 13, Philadelphia 10
TENNESSEE 44, Cincinnati 14
MIAMI 14, St. Louis 0
MONDAY OCTOBER 19
NY Jets 24, NEW ENGLAND 14
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  3 0 174 115 New England    4  2 0 161 110
Arizona        3  4 0 108 155 Miami          4  2 0 102  70
NY Giants      3  4 0 146 152 NY Jets        3  3 0 128  89
Philadelphia   1  6 0  79 162 Buffalo        3  3 0 128 124
Washington     0  7 0  93 227 Indianapolis   1  6 0  97 176
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      6  0 0 207 103 Jacksonville   5  1 0 140 109
GREEN BAY      4  2 0 155 134 Pittsburgh     4  2 0  86  87
Tampa Bay      3  3 0  91 112 Tennessee      3  3 0 124 103
Detroit        2  4 0 134 158 Cincinnati     2  4 0 117 159
Chicago        2  5 0 129 158 Baltimore      2  4 0  92 106
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        5  1 0 172 123 Denver         6  0 0 203 109
San Francisco  5  1 0 198 117 Kansas City    4  2 0 118 103
New Orleans    3  3 0 112 136 Oakland        4  2 0  88 117
St. Louis      2  4 0 129 139 Seattle        3  3 0 127  79
Carolina       0  6 0 114 169 San Diego      3  4 0  83 112
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Arizona, Dallas, Indianapolis, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
Minnesota 34, DETROIT 13
NY JETS 28, Atlanta 3
DENVER 37, Jacksonville 24
Buffalo 30, CAROLINA 14
MIAMI 12, New England 9 (OT)
GREEN BAY 28, Baltimore 10
San Francisco 28, ST. LOUIS 10
OAKLAND 27, Cincinnati 10
Seattle 27, SAN DIEGO 20
NEW ORLEANS 9, Tampa Bay 3
Chicago 23, TENNESSEE 20
MONDAY OCTOBER 26
Pittsburgh 20, KANSAS CITY 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         4  3 0 174 115 Miami          5  2 0 114  79
Arizona        3  4 0 108 155 New England    4  3 0 170 122
NY Giants      3  4 0 146 152 NY Jets        4  3 0 156  92
Philadelphia   1  6 0  79 162 Buffalo        4  3 0 158 138
Washington     0  7 0  93 227 Indianapolis   1  6 0  97 176
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      7  0 0 241 116 Jacksonville   5  2 0 164 146
GREEN BAY      5  2 0 183 144 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 106 100
Tampa Bay      3  4 0  94 121 Tennessee      3  4 0 144 126
Chicago        3  5 0 152 178 Cincinnati     2  5 0 127 186
Detroit        2  5 0 147 192 Baltimore      2  5 0 102 134
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  6  1 0 226 127 Denver         7  0 0 240 133
Atlanta        5  2 0 175 151 Oakland        5  2 0 115 127
New Orleans    4  3 0 121 139 Kansas City    4  3 0 131 123
St. Louis      2  5 0 139 167 Seattle        4  3 0 154  99
Carolina       0  7 0 128 199 San Diego      3  5 0 103 139
WEEK NINE (Bye - Chicago, San Diego)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
ATLANTA 37, St. Louis 15
Denver 33, CINCINNATI 26
TAMPA BAY 27, Minnesota 24
NY Jets 20, KANSAS CITY 17
GREEN BAY 36, San Francisco 22
Oakland 31, SEATTLE 18
Jacksonville 45, BALTIMORE 19
Arizona 17, DETROIT 15
WASHINGTON 21, NY Giants 14
BUFFALO 30, Miami 24
New England 21, INDIANAPOLIS 16
CAROLINA 31, New Orleans 17
Tennessee 41, PITTSBURGH 31
MONDAY NOVEMBER 2
Dallas 34, PHILADELPHIA 0
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         5  3 0 208 115 Miami          5  3 0 138 109
Arizona        4  4 0 125 170 New England    5  3 0 191 138
NY Giants      3  5 0 160 173 NY Jets        5  3 0 176 109
Washington     1  7 0 114 241 Buffalo        5  3 0 188 162
Philadelphia   1  7 0  79 196 Indianapolis   1  7 0 113 197
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      7  1 0 265 143 Jacksonville   6  2 0 209 165
GREEN BAY      6  2 0 219 166 Pittsburgh     5  3 0 137 141
Tampa Bay      4  4 0 121 145 Tennessee      4  4 0 185 157
Chicago        3  5 0 152 178 Cincinnati     2  6 0 153 219
Detroit        2  6 0 162 209 Baltimore      2  6 0 121 179
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  6  2 0 248 163 Denver         8  0 0 273 159
Atlanta        6  2 0 212 166 Oakland        6  2 0 146 145
New Orleans    4  4 0 138 170 Kansas City    4  4 0 148 143
St. Louis      2  6 0 154 204 Seattle        4  4 0 172 130
Carolina       1  7 0 159 216 San Diego      3  5 0 103 139
TEAMS CHANGING NAMES: London Monarchs to England Monarchs
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 4
RHEIN 16, Amsterdam 13 (22102) - Rhein took advantage of three second-half fumbles to win the 200th game in league history. Danny Kight  kicked a 46-yard FG with 6:30 left for the win as the Admirals blew a 10-0 lead.
Frankfurt 36, ENGLAND 13 @ London (6541) - Damon Huard passed for 200 yards and two TDs as the Galaxy won the opener. The Galaxy ran up a 29-0 lead before England finally broke through late in the third quarter.
SUNDAY APRIL 5
BARCELONA 19, Scotland 18 (10200) - Gary Parker, a former Scottish rugby player who had made three previous FGs, missed a 30-yarder on the final play, allowing the Dragons to win.
Barcelona      1  0 0  19  18 Amsterdam      0  1 0  13  16
Frankfurt      1  0 0  36  13 England        0  1 0  13  36
Rhein          1  0 0  16  13 Scotland       0  1 0  18  19
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 11
Barcelona 15, FRANKFURT 7 (28215) - Damon Huard threw for 239 yards but gave up a key fumble as the host Galaxy lost. Brandon Noble returned a fumble by Huard 34 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Rhein 31, ENGLAND 7 @ Bristol (5523) - The Fire won easily, and their kicker, Manfred Burgsmuller, was 48 years, 3 months, 20 days old - two days older than George Blanda - and became the oldest known pro player.
MONDAY APRIL 12
AMSTERDAM 26, Scotland 3 (22614) - Kurt Warner fired TD passes to Todd Doxzon and Jason Shelley, leading the Admirals. The Claymores scored first on a 22-yard field goal by Gary Parker..
Barcelona      2  0 0  34  25 Frankfurt      1  1 0  43  28
Rhein          2  0 0  47  20 England        0  2 0  20  67
Amsterdam      1  1 0  39  19 Scotland       0  2 0  21  45
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 18
Amsterdam 41, BARCELONA 28 (11800) - Admirals QB Kurt Warner threw five TD passes, three of them to Joe Douglass. Douglass caught a 15-yard TD pass from Warner with 6:51 left in the game to break a 28-28 tie.
FRANKFURT 23, England 17 (OT) (29312) - Jermaine Chaney's four-yard TD run capped a 55-yard game-winning drive in overtime to give the Galaxy the win and keep the Monarchs winless.
SUNDAY APRIL 19
Rhein 20, SCOTLAND 10 (8452) - QB Mike Quinn threw two TD passes and Manfred Burgsmuller kicked two FGs as the Fire stayed perfect and the Claymores remained winless.
Rhein          3  0 0  67  30 Frankfurt      2  1 0  66  45
Amsterdam      2  1 0  80  47 England        0  3 0  37  90
Barcelona      2  1 0  62  66 Scotland       0  3 0  31  65
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY APRIL 25
Frankfurt 14, AMSTERDAM 10 (16085) - Damon Huard threw two TD passes to guide Frankfurt to the win, as the Admirals failed to move into a tie for first place.
RHEIN 13, Barcelona 9 (22249) - Mike Quinn threw a 29-yard scoring pass to Marcus Robinson and the Fire remained NFL Europe's stingiest defense in staying perfect.
SUNDAY APRIL 26
ENGLAND 14, Scotland 10 @ Birmingham (6246) - Josh LaRocca threw two TDs to Reggie Jones as the Monarchs won their first and gave the Claymore their first 0-4 start, whose RB Carey Bender ran 31 times for 114 yards.
Rhein          4  0 0  80  39 Barcelona      2  2 0  71  79
Frankfurt      3  1 0  80  55 England        1  3 0  51 100
Amsterdam      2  2 0  90  61 Scotland       0  4 0  41  79
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 2
Rhein 31, FRANKFURT 14 (41123) - Derrick Clark ran for touchdowns of 1, 2 and 3 yards as the Fire remained perfect and opened up a two-game lead in the race for the World Bowl.
AMSTERDAM 25, England 24 (16085) - QB Kurt Warner threw for three TDs, including two in a fourth-quarter rally, and 252 yards, leading the Admirals to the win with 23-yard TD passes to Juan Daniels and Jason Shelly.
SUNDAY MAY 3
SCOTLAND 30, Barcelona 10 (9629) - The Claymores picked up their first win as Mark Grieb threw two TD passes. He finished with 231 yards, hitting 15 of 25 with two interceptions. 
Louisiana      5  1 0 301 215 Utah           3  4 0 183 219
Green Bay      4  2 0 289 241 Texas          2  6 0 291 388
Honolulu       3  3 0 215 242 Minnesota      0  6 0 144 141
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 6
*-MADISON 36, Minnesota 20 (4824) - Madison QB Raymond Philyaw rushed eight times for 88 yards and broke a 20-20 tie with an 11-yard scamper midway through the third quarter
GREEN BAY 47, Utah 37
LOUISIANA 69, Honolulu 59
SUNDAY JUNE 7                           
COLORADO 51, Texas 28
Colorado       7  0 0 262 193 Honolulu       3  4 0 274 311
Louisiana      6  1 0 370 274 Utah           3  5 0 220 266
Green Bay      5  2 0 336 278 Texas          2  7 0 356 479
Madison        4  4 0 244 267 Minnesota      0  7 0 144 141
* - The league ruled this game as an "exhibition" for the standing purposes
WEEK TEN (Bye - Green Bay, Utah, Colorado, Honolulu)
SATURDAY JUNE 13
Madison over Minnesota (F)
Louisiana 40, TEXAS 37 - The Bayou Beast held off the Bullets at its 3-yard line as time ran out. The Beast were led by RB Bryon Allen with 54 yards on 10 carries and QB Melvin Hill, who was 7-for-20 for 103 yards with one TD
Colorado       7  0 0 262 193 Honolulu       3  4 0 274 311
Louisiana      7  1 0 410 311 Utah           3  5 0 220 266
Green Bay      5  2 0 336 278 Texas          2  8 0 356 479
Madison        5  4 0 244 267 Minnesota      0  8 0 144 141
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY JUNE 20
MADISON 64, Honolulu 36 (5092) - Trailing in the second quarter, the Mad Dogs exploded for 37 unanswered points to take a 50-20 lead late in the third quarter and rolled before a PIFL record crowd
LOUISIANA 43, Utah 16 (2000) - The Beast entered the game with the highest-scoring offense. Germaine William's two TD runs helped make sure the Beast offense did not disappoint. But the defense set the tone
Green Bay 45, COLORADO 38
Louisiana      8  1 0 453 327 Honolulu       3  5 0 310 375
Colorado       7  1 0 300 238 Utah           3  6 0 236 309
Green Bay      6  2 0 381 316 Texas          2  8 0 356 479
Madison        6  4 0 308 303 Minnesota      0  8 0 144 141
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Madison)
SATURDAY JUNE 27
LOUISIANA 29, Green Bay 22 (2103) - The 29 points were a season low for the Beast, which got two TDs each from RB Byron Allen and QB Melvin Hill
Colorado over Minnesota (F)
UTAH 52, Honolulu 50
Louisiana      9  1 0 482 349 Utah           4  6 0 288 359
Colorado       8  1 0 300 238 Honolulu       3  6 0 360 427
Green Bay      6  3 0 403 345 Texas          2  8 0 356 479
Madison        6  4 0 308 303 Minnesota      0  9 0 144 141
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 4
Green Bay 61, UTAH 43 (1871) - Utah fell behind early and could never come all the way back, despite quarterback Joe Borich's four second-half TD passes. By halftime, the Bombers led 38-7
Louisiana over Minnesota (F) - The Beast defeated the Syracuse Blitz, a 1999 expansion team, 39-18, in place of their schedule game
Madison over Colorado (F)
Honolulu over Texas (F)
Louisiana     10  1 0 482 349 Honolulu       4  6 0 360 427
Colorado       8  2 0 300 238 Utah           4  7 0 331 420
Green Bay      7  3 0 464 388 Texas          2  9 0 356 479
Madison        7  4 0 308 303 Minnesota      0 10 0 144 141
July 2 - Colorado folded July 6 - Texas was terminated
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Utah)
SATURDAY JULY 11                        
LOUISIANA 31, Colorado 22 - Faced with the possibility of a no-show by a Colorado franchise, Beast owner James Shriver paid for Colorado's trip, ensuring a revenge showdown against the only team to beat Louisiana
Madison 52, GREEN BAY 30 - The Mad Dogs clinched a playoff berth, as they broke away from a 19-17 halftime advantage behind the play of QB Raymond Philyaw, who ran for one touchdown and passed for another
Honolulu over Minnesota (F)
Louisiana     11  1 0 513 371 Honolulu       5  6 0 360 427
Colorado       8  3 0 322 269 Utah           4  7 0 331 420
Madison        8  4 0 360 333 Texas          2  9 0 356 479
Green Bay      7  4 0 494 440 Minnesota      0 11 0 144 141
July 12 - The Colorado franchise was re-instated
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 18                        
MADISON 54, Colorado 18 (5562) - QB Raymond Philyaw ran for two TDs and threw for four to lead Madison front of a record PIFL crowd. Madison limited PIFL rushing leader Darnell Brooks to 36 yards on 16 carries
Green Bay 46, HONOLULU 18
Utah over Texas (F)
SUNDAY JULY 19
Louisiana over Minnesota (F)
Louisiana     12  1 0 513 371 Honolulu       5  7 0 378 473
Madison        9  4 0 414 351 Utah           5  7 0 331 420
Green Bay      8  4 0 540 458 Texas          2  9 0 356 479
Colorado       8  4 0 340 323 Minnesota      0 12 0 144 141
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Louisiana, Madison)
SATURDAY JULY 25                        
Green Bay 45, COLORADO 0
HONOLULU 42, Utah 12
SUNDAY JULY 26
Minnesota versus Texas (Both forfeit)   
Louisiana     12  1 0 513 371 Honolulu       6  7 0 420 485
Madison        9  4 0 414 351 Utah           5  8 0 343 462
Green Bay      9  4 0 585 458 Texas          2 10 0 356 479
Colorado       8  5 0 340 368 Minnesota      0 13 0 144 141
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 31
Green Bay over Minnesota (F)
SATURDAY AUGUST 1
Madison over Utah (F)
Colorado over Texas (F)
SUNDAY AUGUST 2
Louisiana 52, HONOLULU 29
Louisiana     13  1 0 565 400 Honolulu       6  8 0 449 537
Madison       10  4 0 414 351 Utah           5  9 0 343 462
Green Bay     10  4 0 585 458 Texas          2 11 0 356 479
Colorado       9  5 0 340 360 Minnesota      0 14 0 144 141
SEMI-FINALS
August 7 - MADISON (10-4) 46, Green Bay (10-4) 19 - QB Raymond Philyaw threw three TD passes to lead the Mad Dogs to the title game
August 9 - LOUISIANA (13-1) 67, Colorado (9-5) 51 - Backup QB Doug Coleman threw for 140 yards and three TDs to lead the Bayou Beast
PIFL CHAMPIONSHIP -  Saturday August 15 at Baton Rouge, LA - 3100)
Louisiana Bayou Beast (14-1) 42, Madison Mad Dogs (11-4) 41 - Doug Coleman's 20-yard pass to Derrick Fobb with no time on the clock gave the Beast the PIFL title. The Mad Dogs led, 41-35, and apparently had the game won when Coleman threw an incompletion as time ran out. But a controversial face-mask penalty on Donell Moss gave the Beast one more shot. Matt Huerkamp kicked the extra point for the championship, to cap a wild final minute that featured three TDs
FRANCHISES: Colorado Wildcats, Green Bay Bombers, Honululu Hurricanes, Louisiana Bayou Beasts, Madison Mad Dogs, Minnesota Monsters, Texas Bullets, Utah Cattz
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY APRIL 10
Louisiana 36, MADISON 28 (4283) - Melvin Hill passed for two TDs and ran 3 yards for another score as the Beast won the first PIFL game. Their defense held Madison to only 14 yards rushing, as K Michael Hurley missed all 4 FGs
SATURDAY APRIL 11
GREEN BAY 47, Texas 19
UTAH 32, Minnesota 30 (3219) - The Catzz defense won the game for Utah, who came from behind. Utah QB Paul Shoemaker passed for 223 yards, the best performance from a QB on Opening Weekend
COLORADO 48, Honolulu 37 (1651) - Colorado scored on its first play from scrimmage on a 30-yard pass from Jason Torres to Cory Spence. They rallied with a 20-0 fourth quarter to win the opener
Louisiana      1  0 0  36  28 Texas          0  1 0  19  47
Green Bay      1  0 0  47  19 Madison        0  1 0  28  36
Utah           1  0 0  32  30 Minnesota      0  1 0  30  32
Colorado       1  0 0  48  37 Honolulu       0  1 0  37  48
WEEK TWO (Byes - Green Bay, Honolulu, Colorado, Minnesota)
SATURDAY APRIL 18
UTAH 57, Texas 24 (2500) - The Catzz fumbled on their first possession, after spotting Texas an early touchdown. Then Utah scored on seven straight possessions, as Greg Hooks caught three TD passes
SUNDAY APRIL 19             
LOUISIANA 67, Madison 33 (1344) - The Beast scored three unanswered TDs in the third to blow the game open. Louisiana scored on a 42-yard pass from Melvin Hill to Derrick Fobb and followed up with two Byron Allen TDs
Louisiana      2  0 0 103  61 Honolulu       0  1 0  37  48
Utah           2  0 0  89  54 Minnesota      0  1 0  30  32
Green Bay      1  0 0  47  17 Madison        0  2 0  61 103
Colorado       1  0 0  48  37 Texas          0  2 0  43 104
WEEK THREE (Byes - Green Bay, Madison, Louisiana, Minnesota)
SATURDAY APRIL 25
Honolulu 46, TEXAS 40
SUNDAY APRIL 26
COLORADO 29, Utah 27 ( ) - The Catzz and the Wildcats will replay final nine seconds of the game. With Colorado leading, Utah's Doug Beach had a 50-yard FG blocked by a Colorado defender rushing from the outside, a violation
Louisiana      2  0 0 103  61 Honolulu       1  1 0  83  88
Colorado       2  0 0  77  64 Minnesota      0  1 0  30  32
Green Bay      1  0 0  47  19 Madison        0  2 0  61 103
Utah           2  1 0 116  83 Texas          0  3 0  83 150
NOTE: On April 26th Utah filed a protest over a field goal that was blocked by Colorado in the final 10 seconds of the game.  As a results, those 10 seconds were replayed before the regular game on May 23. Also, the Great Britain Spartans played two exhibition games - April 27 at the Madison Mad Dogs, losing 29-12 and April 29 at the Green Bay Bombers, losing 55-34.
WEEK FOUR (Byes - Utah, Louisiana, Colorado, Honolulu)
SATURDAY MAY 2
MADISON 35, Texas 28 (3386) - Madison QB Mark Wilson ran for three TDs and Kerry Henderson and Nick Johnson added one each, as the Mad Dogs ran the ball 28 times for 100 yards, dominating the clock along the way
GREEN BAY 55, Minnesota 40
Louisiana      2  0 0 103  61 Honolulu       1  1 0  83  88
Colorado       2  0 0  77  64 Madison        1  2 0  96 131
Green Bay      2  0 0 102  59 Minnesota      0  2 0  70  87
Utah           2  1 0 116  83 Texas          0  4 0 111 185
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 9
COLORADO 49, Louisiana 41 - Colorado handed the Beast its first loss, as QB Jose Torres threw four first-half TDs, three to Cory Spence. Tim Thenell added two second-half TD passes
TEXAS 34, Minnesota 32 (OT) - The Monsters' franchise was revoked Wednesday for its failure to pay creditors but, two days later, they were allowed to make the trip to Texas to play the Bullets
Green Bay 46, HONOLULU 45
Madison 49, UTAH 27 - Madison jumped out to a 14-0 lead on the injury-depleted Cattz. They would eventually stretch the lead to 35-7 before Utah scored late
Colorado       3  0 0 126 105 Madison        2  2 0 145 158
Green Bay      3  0 0 148 104 Honolulu       1  2 0 128 134
Louisiana      2  1 0 144 110 Texas          1  4 0 145 217
Utah           2  2 0 143 132 Minnesota      0  3 0 102 121
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 16
HONOLULU 33, Madison 24 - Giving away three TDs on penalties, Madison let a 22-12 third-quarter lead slip away and the host Hurricanes pulled out the win
Lousiana 44, UTAH 14 (1500) - After spotting the Catzz seven points to start the game, the Beast erupted for 41 straight points.  Louisiana scored 14 points in the first quarter, 17 more in the second and 10 in the third
Colorado over Minnesota (F) - The Monsters were forced to forfeit the game, as owner Robert Edwards put the team up for sale, and a local buyer is interested in purchasing the team
Green Bay 71, TEXAS 49
Colorado       4  0 0 126 105 Madison        2  3 0 169 191
Green Bay      4  0 0 219 153 Utah           2  3 0 157 176
Louisiana      3  1 0 188 124 Texas          1  5 0 194 288
Honolulu       2  2 0 161 158 Minnesota      0  4 0 102 121
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY MAY 22
*-Minnesota 42, HONOLULU 20
SATURDAY MAY 23
Colorado 43, UTAH 26 (2011) - The Catzz managed to lose not one, but two games. The first was a replay of the last nine seconds of the teams' last meeting in April
MADISON 31, Green Bay 30 (3324) - Kerry Henderson caught two TD passes and ran for a third, while the Mad Dogs slowed down the PIFL's most potent attack and wound up winning on Drew Christ's 18-yard FG
LOUISIANA 56, Texas 51
Colorado       5  0 0 169 131 Madison        3  3 0 200 221
Louisiana      4  1 0 244 175 Utah           2  4 0 183 219
Green Bay      4  1 0 249 184 Texas          1  6 0 245 344
Honolulu       3  2 0 181 200 Minnesota      0  5 0 144 141
* - The victory was taken away by the league for unpaid bills. Minnesota folded on May 28
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 30
Colorado 42, HONOLULU 34 - The Wildcats came from behind three times to defeat the Hurricanes and stay perfect on the season
Louisiana 57, GREEN BAY 40
Utah over Minnesota (F)
SUNDAY MAY 31                           
TEXAS 46, Madison 44 (1522) - Texas K Billy Watkins hit a 36-yard FG with 2 seconds left. Madison RB Kerry Henderson ran for 163 yards and three TDs on 25 carries
Colorado       6  0 0 211 165 Madison        3  4 0 244 267
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8
BALTIMORE 13, Oakland 10
MIAMI 27, Indianapolis 14
ARIZONA 29, Washington 27
DENVER 27, San Diego 10
Tennessee 31, TAMPA BAY 22
St. Louis 20, CHICAGO 12
MINNESOTA 31, New Orleans 24
SAN FRANCISCO 25, Carolina 23
NY JETS 34, Buffalo 12
DALLAS 16, NY Giants 6
Atlanta 41, NEW ENGLAND 10
SEATTLE 24, Kansas City 12
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cincinnati 11
PHILADELPHIA 10, Detroit 9
MONDAY NOVEMBER 9
PITTSBURGH 27, Green Bay 20
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         6  3 0 224 121 Miami          6  3 0 165 123
Arizona        5  4 0 154 197 NY Jets        6  3 0 210 121
NY Giants      3  6 0 166 189 New England    5  4 0 201 179
Philadelphia   2  7 0  89 205 Buffalo        5  4 0 200 196
Washington     1  8 0 141 270 Indianapolis   1  8 0 127 224
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      8  1 0 296 167 Jacksonville   7  2 0 233 176
GREEN BAY      6  3 0 239 193 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 164 161
Tampa Bay      4  5 0 143 176 Tennessee      5  4 0 216 179
Chicago        3  6 0 164 198 Baltimore      3  6 0 134 189
Detroit        2  7 0 171 219 Cincinnati     2  7 0 164 243
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco  7  2 0 273 186 Denver         9  0 0 300 169
Atlanta        7  2 0 253 176 Oakland        6  3 0 156 158
New Orleans    4  5 0 162 201 Seattle        5  4 0 196 142
St. Louis      3  6 0 174 216 Kansas City    4  5 0 160 167
Carolina       1  8 0 182 241 San Diego      3  6 0 113 166
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15
ATLANTA 31, San Francisco 19
MINNESOTA 24, Cincinnati 3
OAKLAND 20, Seattle 17
Dallas 35, ARIZONA 28
DETROIT 26, Chicago 3
BUFFALO 13, New England 10
NEW ORLEANS 24, St. Louis 3
SAN DIEGO 14, Baltimore 13
JACKSONVILLE 29, Tampa Bay 24
Miami 13, CAROLINA 9
TENNESSEE 23, Pittsburgh 14
Green Bay 37, NY GIANTS 3
INDIANAPOLIS 24, NY Jets 23
WASHINGTON 28, Philadelphia 3
MONDAY NOVEMBER 16
Denver 30, KANSAS CITY 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         7  3 0 259 149 Miami          7  3 0 178 132
Arizona        5  5 0 182 232 NY Jets        6  4 0 233 145
NY Giants      3  7 0 169 226 Buffalo        6  4 0 213 206
Philadelphia   2  8 0  92 233 New England    5  5 0 211 192
Washington     2  8 0 169 273 Indianapolis   2  8 0 151 247
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Minnesota      9  1 0 320 170 Jacksonville   8  2 0 262 200
GREEN BAY      7  3 0 276 196 Pittsburgh     6  4 0 178 184
Tampa Bay      4  6 0 167 205 Tennessee      6  4 0 239 193
Chicago        3  7 0 167 224 Baltimore      3  7 0 147 203
Detroit        3  7 0 197 222 Cincinnati     2  8 0 167 267
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        8  2 0 284 195 Denver        10  0 0 330 176
San Francisco  7  3 0 292 217 Oakland        7  3 0 176 175
New Orleans    5  5 0 186 204 Seattle        5  5 0 213 162
St. Louis      3  7 0 177 240 Kansas City    4  6 0 167 197
Carolina       1  9 0 191 254 San Diego      4  6 0 127 179
WEEK TWELVE
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22
ATLANTA 20, Chicago 13
NY GIANTS 20, Philadelphia 0
Carolina 24, ST. LOUIS 20
Baltimore 20, CINCINNATI 13
SAN FRAN 31, New Orleans 20
BUFFALO 34, Indianapolis 11
PITTSBURGH 30, Jacksonville 15
DENVER 40, Oakland 14
DALLAS 30, Seattle 22
Detroit 28, TAMPA BAY 25
SAN DIEGO 38, Kansas City 37
MINNESOTA 28, Green Bay 14
Arizona 45, WASHINGTON 42
NY Jets 24, TENNESSEE 3
MONDAY NOVEMBER 23
NEW ENGLAND 26, Miami 23
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  3 0 289 171 NY Jets        7  4 0 257 148
Arizona        6  5 0 227 274 Miami          7  4 0 201 158
NY Giants      4  7 0 189 226 Buffalo        7  4 0 247 217
Philadelphia   2  9 0  92 253 New England    6  5 0 237 215
Washington     2  9 0 211 318 Indianapolis   2  9 0 162 281
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Minnesota   10  1 0 348 184 Jacksonville   8  3 0 277 230
GREEN BAY      7  4 0 290 224 Pittsburgh     7  4 0 208 199
Tampa Bay      4  7 0 192 233 Tennessee      6  5 0 242 217
Detroit        4  7 0 225 247 Baltimore      4  7 0 167 216
Chicago        3  8 0 180 244 Cincinnati     2  9 0 180 287
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Atlanta        9  2 0 304 208 Denver        11  0 0 370 190
San Francisco  8  3 0 323 237 Oakland        7  4 0 190 215
New Orleans    5  6 0 206 235 Seattle        5  6 0 235 192
St. Louis      3  8 0 197 264 San Diego      5  6 0 165 216
Carolina       2  9 0 215 274 Kansas City    4  7 0 204 235
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26
DETROIT 19, Pittsburgh 16 (OT)
Minnesota 46, DALLAS 36
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29
BALTIMORE 38, Indianapolis 31
NY JETS 48, Carolina 21
MIAMI 30, New Orleans 10
NEW ENGLAND 25, Buffalo 21
GREEN BAY 24, Philadelphia 18
Denver 31, SAN DIEGO 16
Tampa Bay 31, CHICAGO 17
Atlanta 21, ST. LOUIS 10
SEATTLE 20, Tennessee 18
Washington 29, OAKLAND 19
Jacksonville 34, CINCINNATI 17
KANSAS CITY 34, Arizona 24
MONDAY NOVEMBER 30
SAN FRANCISCO 31, NY Giants 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  4 0 325 217 Miami          8  4 0 231 168
Arizona        6  6 0 251 308 NY Jets        8  4 0 305 169
NY Giants      4  8 0 196 257 New England    7  5 0 262 236
Washington     3  9 0 240 337 Buffalo        7  5 0 268 242
Philadelphia   2 10 0 110 277 Indianapolis   2 10 0 193 319
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Minnesota   11  1 0 394 220 Jacksonville   9  3 0 311 247
GREEN BAY      8  4 0 314 242 Pittsburgh     7  5 0 224 218
Tampa Bay      5  7 0 223 250 Tennessee      6  6 0 260 237
Detroit        5  7 0 244 263 Baltimore      5  7 0 205 247
Chicago        3  9 0 197 275 Cincinnati     2 10 0 197 321
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Y-Atlanta     10  2 0 325 218 X-Denver      12  0 0 401 206
San Francisco  9  3 0 354 244 Oakland        7  5 0 209 244
New Orleans    5  7 0 216 265 Seattle        6  6 0 255 210
St. Louis      3  9 0 207 285 San Diego      5  7 0 181 247
Carolina       2 10 0 236 322 Kansas City    5  7 0 238 259
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 3
PHILADELPHIA 17, St. Louis 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 6
ATLANTA 28, Indianapolis 21
San Francisco 31, CAROLINA 28 (OT)
Buffalo 33, CINCINNATI 20
JACKSONVILLE 37, Detroit 22
NEW ORLEANS 22, Dallas 3
NY Giants 23, ARIZONA 19
DENVER 35, Kansas City 31
MINNESOTA 48, Chicago 22
NY JETS 32, Seattle 31
Miami 27, OAKLAND 17
New England 23, PITTSBURGH 9
TENNESSEE 16, Baltimore 14
WASHINGTON 24, San Diego 20
MONDAY DECEMBER 7
TAMPA BAY 24, Green Bay 22
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  5 0 328 239 Miami          9  4 0 258 185
Arizona        6  7 0 270 331 NY Jets        9  4 0 337 200
NY Giants      5  8 0 219 276 New England    8  5 0 285 245
Washington     4  9 0 264 357 Buffalo        8  5 0 301 262
Philadelphia   3 10 0 127 291 Indianapolis   2 11 0 214 347
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   12  1 0 442 242 Jacksonville  10  3 0 348 269
GREEN BAY      8  5 0 336 266 Pittsburgh     7  6 0 233 241
Tampa Bay      6  7 0 247 272 Tennessee      7  6 0 276 251
Detroit        5  8 0 266 300 Baltimore      5  8 0 219 263
Chicago        3 10 0 219 323 Cincinnati     2 11 0 217 354
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Y-Atlanta     11  2 0 353 239 X-Denver      13  0 0 436 237
Y-S.Francisco 10  3 0 385 272 Oakland        7  6 0 226 271
New Orleans    6  7 0 238 268 Seattle        6  7 0 286 242
St. Louis      3 10 0 221 302 San Diego      5  8 0 201 271
Carolina       2 11 0 264 353 Kansas City    5  8 0 269 294
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 13
BUFFALO 44, Oakland 21
Tennessee 16, JACKSONVILLE 13
ST. LOUIS 32, New England 18
SEATTLE 38, San Diego 17
Minnesota 38, BALTIMORE 28
NY Jets 21, MIAMI 16
Washington 28, CAROLINA 25
Atlanta 27, NEW ORLEANS 17
TAMPA BAY 16, Pittsburgh 3
KANSAS CITY 20, Dallas 17
GREEN BAY 26, Chicago 20
NY GIANTS 20, Denver 16
INDIANAPOLIS 39, Cincinnati 26
Arizona 20, PHILADELPHIA 17 (OT)
MONDAY DECEMBER 14
SAN FRANCISCO 35, Detroit 13
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas         8  6 0 345 259 NY Jets       10  4 0 358 216
Arizona        7  7 0 290 348 Miami          9  5 0 274 206
NY Giants      6  8 0 239 292 Buffalo        9  5 0 345 283
Washington     5  9 0 292 382 New England    8  6 0 303 277
Philadelphia   3 11 0 144 311 Indianapolis   3 11 0 253 373
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   13  1 0 480 270 Jacksonville  10  4 0 361 285
Y-GREEN BAY    9  5 0 362 286 Tennessee      8  6 0 292 264
Tampa Bay      7  7 0 263 275 Pittsburgh     7  7 0 236 257
Detroit        5  9 0 279 335 Baltimore      5  9 0 247 301
Chicago        3 11 0 239 349 Cincinnati     2 12 0 243 393
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Y-Atlanta     12  2 0 380 256 X-Denver      13  1 0 452 257
Y-S.Francisco 11  3 0 420 285 Oakland        7  7 0 247 315
New Orleans    6  8 0 255 295 Seattle        7  7 0 324 259
St. Louis      4 10 0 253 320 Kansas City    6  8 0 289 311
Carolina       2 12 0 289 381 San Diego      5  9 0 218 309
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 19
NY Jets 17, BUFFALO 10
WASHINGTON 20, Tampa Bay 16
SUNDAY DECEMBER 20
CAROLINA 20, St. Louis 13
NY GIANTS 28, Kansas City 7
Atlanta 24, DETROIT 17
Oakland 17, SAN DIEGO 10
ARIZONA 19, New Orleans 17
MINNESOTA 50, Jacksonville 10
CHICAGO 24, Baltimore 3
Cincinnati 25, PITTSBURGH 24
SEATTLE 27, Indianapolis 23
DALLAS 13, Philadelphia 9
GREEN BAY 30, Tennessee 22
NEW ENGLAND 24, San Francisco 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 21
MIAMI 31, Denver 21
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas       9  6 0 358 268 Y-NY Jets     11  4 0 375 226
Arizona        8  7 0 309 365 Miami         10  5 0 305 227
NY Giants      7  8 0 267 309 New England    9  6 0 327 298
Washington     6  9 0 312 398 Buffalo        9  6 0 355 300
Philadelphia   3 12 0 153 324 Indianapolis   3 12 0 276 400
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   14  1 0 530 280 X-Jacksonville10  5 0 371 335
Y-GREEN BAY   10  5 0 392 308 Tennessee      8  7 0 314 294
Tampa Bay      7  8 0 279 295 Pittsburgh     7  8 0 260 282
Detroit        5 10 0 296 359 Baltimore      5 10 0 250 325
Chicago        4 11 0 263 352 Cincinnati     3 12 0 268 417
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
X-Atlanta     13  2 0 404 273 X-Denver      13  2 0 473 288
Y-S.Francisco 11  4 0 441 309 Oakland        8  7 0 264 325
New Orleans    6  9 0 272 314 Seattle        8  7 0 351 282
St. Louis      4 11 0 266 340 Kansas City    6  9 0 296 339
Carolina       3 12 0 309 394 San Diego      5 10 0 228 326
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 26
Minnesota 26, TENNESSEE 16
Kansas City 31, OAKLAND 24
SUNDAY DECEMBER 27
ATLANTA 38, Miami 16
Carolina 27, INDIANAPOLIS 19
NY Giants 20, PHILADELPHIA 10
ARIZONA 16, San Diego 13
DALLAS 23, Washington 7
BALTIMORE 19, Detroit 10
Buffalo 45, NEW ORLEANS 33
SAN FRANCISCO 38, St. Louis 19
DENVER 28, Seattle 21
Green Bay 16, CHICAGO 13
NY JETS 31, New England 10
Tampa Bay 35, CINCINNATI 0
MONDAY DECEMBER 28
JACKSONVILLE 21, Pittsburgh 3
NFC EASTERN DIVISION          AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Dallas      10  6 0 381 275 X-NY Jets     12  4 0 416 226
Y-Arizona      9  7 0 325 378 Y-Miami       10  6 0 321 265
NY Giants      8  8 0 287 309 Y-Buffalo     10  6 0 400 333
Washington     6 10 0 319 421 Y-New England  9  7 0 337 329
Philadelphia   3 13 0 161 344 Indianapolis   3 13 0 310 444
NFC CENTRAL DIVISION          AFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Minnesota   15  1 0 556 296 X-Jacksonville11  5 0 392 338
Y-GREEN BAY   11  5 0 408 319 Tennessee      8  8 0 330 320
Tampa Bay      8  8 0 314 295 Pittsburgh     7  9 0 263 303
Detroit        5 11 0 306 378 Baltimore      6 10 0 269 335
Chicago        4 12 0 276 368 Cincinnati     3 13 0 268 452
NFC WESTERN DIVISION          AFC WESTERN DIVISION
X-Atlanta     14  2 0 442 289 X-Denver      14  2 0 501 309
Y-S.Francisco 12  4 0 479 328 Oakland        8  8 0 288 356
New Orleans    6 10 0 305 359 Seattle        8  8 0 372 310
Carolina       4 12 0 336 413 Kansas City    7  9 0 327 363
St. Louis      4 12 0 285 378 San Diego      5 11 0 241 342
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth


















1998 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 2) - MIAMI (10-6) 24, Buffalo (10-6) 17
Wildcard (January 3) - JACKSONVILLE (11-5) 25, New England (9-7) 10
Divisional (January 9) - DENVER (14-2) 38, Miami (11-6) 3
Divisional (January 10) - NY JETS (12-4) 34, Jacksonville (12-5) 24
Conference (January 17) - DENVER (15-2) 23, NY Jets (13-4) 10
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 2) - Arizona (9-7) 29, DALLAS (10-6) 7
Wildcard (January 3) - SAN FRANCISCO (12-4) 30, Green Bay (11-5) 27
Divisional (January 9) - ATLANTA (14-2) 20, San Francisco (13-4) 18
Divisional (January 10) - MINNESOTA (15-1) 41, Arizona (10-7) 21
Conference (January 17) - Atlanta (15-2) 30, MINNESOTA (16-1) 27 (OT)
SUPER BOWL 33 (January 31, 1999 at Miami)
DENVER BRONCOS (16-2) 34, ATLANTA FALCONS (16-2) 19 - John Elway, in his last game, passed for 336 yards and ran for a touchdown to earn most valuable player honors as the Broncos became the first AFC team to win consecutive Super Bowls since the Steelers won XIII and XIV. A 25-yard pass interference penalty on Ray Crockett assisted the Falcons' nine-play, 48-yard game-opening drive that was capped by Morten Andersen's 32-yard field goal. Elway's 41-yard pass to Rod Smith kept alive Denver's ensuing drive and led to Howard Griffith's 1-yard touchdown run. Ronnie Bradford's interception and return to the Broncos' 35 late in the first quarter gave Atlanta excellent field position. However, Jamal Anderson was stopped for no gain on third-and-1 and thrown for a 2-yard loss on fourth down. Denver capitalized on its defensive effort with Jason Elam's 26-yard field goal. The Falcons responded by driving to the Broncos' 8, but Andersen's 26-yard field-goal attempt sailed wide right and on the next play, Elway fired an 80-yard touchdown pass to Smith to turn a possible 10-6 game into a 17-3 Broncos lead. Andersen's 28-yard field goal and two misses by Elam on the Broncos' first two second-half possessions gave Atlanta an opportunity to climb back into the game. However, Darrien Gordon dashed the Falcons' hopes with interceptions on consecutive possessions inside the Broncos' 20 to stop drives and set up Broncos touchdowns. Gordon returned the first interception, on a tipped pass, 58 yards to the Falcons' 24 to set up Griffith's second touchdown five plays later, and picked the second pass off at the Broncos' 2 and returned it 50 yards. Terrell Davis turned a short pass into a 39-yard gain, and Elway scored two plays later to give Denver a 31-6 lead. Tim Dwight returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, and, after a field goal by Elam, the Falcons' offense scored with 2:04 remaining on Chandler's 3-yard pass to Tony Martin. Byron Chamberlain recovered the ensuing onside kick, but Tyrone Braxton recovered Anderson's fumble at the Falcons' 33 with 1:30 remaining to ice the game. The Falcons drove inside the Broncos' 30 seven times, but tallied just one touchdown and two field goals, throwing two interceptions, missing a field goal, and turning the ball over one time on downs during the other possessions. Elway was 18 of 29 for 336 yards and one touchdown, with an interception. Davis had 25 carries for 102 yards. Smith had five receptions for 152 yards. Chandler was 19 of 35 for 219 yards and a touchdown, with three interceptions.
Rhein          5  0 0 111  53 Barcelona      2  3 0  81 109
Amsterdam      3  2 0 115  85 England        1  4 0  75 125
Frankfurt      3  2 0  94  86 Scotland       1  4 0  71  89
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 9
RHEIN 17, Scotland 10 (20480) - Fire QB Mike Quinn threw a 17-yard TD pass to Dialleo Burks with 7:03 left. The Claymores drove to the Fire 23 in the final minute, but on fourth down, Dino Philyaw was stopped a foot short.
SUNDAY MAY 10
Amsterdam 16, ENGLAND 7 @ London (6235) - Donald Frank recovered a fumble and returned it 35 yards for a TD, and Silvio Diliberto kicked two FGs to lead the Admirals.
BARCELONA 31, Frankfurt 2 (6800) - Reggie Brooks ran for two TDs and Curtis Shearer caught a 91-yard TD pass to lead the Dragons, who gave up a safety when Jeff Beckley's punt was blocked in the end zone.
Rhein          6  0 0 128  63 Barcelona      3  3 0 112 111
Amsterdam      4  2 0 131  92 England        1  5 0  82 141
Frankfurt      3  3 0  96 117 Scotland       1  5 0  81 106
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 16
FRANKFURT 25, Amsterdam 7 (37095) - Ralf Kleinmann kicked four field goals to lead the host Galaxy to the win and a tie for second place with the Admirals.
BARCELONA 31, Rhein 24 (7900) - Anthony Fogel returned a punt 50 yards for a TD with 2:01 remaining to lead the Dragons to the upset of the undefeated Fire.
SUNDAY MAY 17
SCOTLAND 27, England 24 (9213) - Gary Parker's 21-yard FG on the final play of the game gave the Claymores the win. Parker, a former Scottish rugby player, tied the score with 1:17 to go with a 27-yard field goal.
Rhein          6  1 0 152  94 Barcelona      4  3 0 143 135
Amsterdam      4  3 0 138 117 Scotland       2  5 0 108 130
Frankfurt      4  3 0 121 124 England        1  6 0 106 168
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 23
AMSTERDAM 20, Barcelona 17 (12864) - Safety Ricky Parker's 39-yard fumble recovery for a TD gave the host Admirals the win and kept them in the World Bowl race.
RHEIN 12, England 7 (21288) - Manny Buergsmuller and Danny Kight each kicked two field goals as the Fire beat the Monarchs and clinched a berth in the World Bowl.
SUNDAY MAY 24
Frankfurt 15, SCOTLAND 12 (8025) - Damon Huard threw two TD passes to Darrick Branch as the Galaxy stayed in title contention, and the Claymores were eliminated for the World Bowl race.
X-Rhein        7  1 0 164 101 Barcelona      4  4 0 160 155
Amsterdam      5  3 0 158 134 Scotland       2  6 0 120 145
Frankfurt      5  3 0 136 136 England        1  7 0 113 180
X-Clinched World Bowl berth
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY MAY 30
AMSTERDAM 21, Rhein 17 (17588) - QB Kurt Warner's 5-yard TD run with one minute left gave the Admirals the win. They still needed to win in Week 10 and hope for the Galaxy to lose to play in the World Bowl.
ENGLAND 17, Barcelona 5 @ London (5215) - Monarchs QB Josh LaRocca threw two TD passes in the first quarter. The Monarchs went ahead 7-0 after just three minutes when LaRocca hit Alan Allen on a 20-yard pass. 
SUNDAY MAY 31
FRANKFURT 21, Scotland 10 (35264) - QB Damon Huard passed for two TDs and ran for a third Sunday as the Galaxy put themselves in position to win a World Bowl berth in Week Ten.
Rhein          7  2 0 181 122 Barcelona      4  5 0 165 172
Amsterdam      6  3 0 179 151 Scotland       2  7 0 130 166
Frankfurt      6  3 0 157 146 England        2  7 0 130 185
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 6
Frankfurt 20, RHEIN 17 (OT) (41212) - Ralf Kleinmann kicked a 46-yard field goal with 41 seconds left in overtime to give the Galaxy the win and a spot in the World Bowl.
Amsterdam 26, SCOTLAND 23 (8762) - Kurt Warner threw two TD passes, including the winner with 1:51 to play, as the Admirals won but lost on a World Bowl berth due to a tie-breaker.
SUNDAY JUNE 7
England 28, BARCELONA 20 (10834) - England finished with a flourish with a victory over the Dragons. QB John LaRocca led the team after finding out he had been released by Denver.
X-Rhein        7  3 0 198 142 Barcelona      4  6 0 185 200
X-Frankfurt    7  3 0 177 163 England        3  7 0 158 205
Amsterdam      7  3 0 205 174 Scotland       2  8 0 153 192
X- Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 1998 (Sunday June 14, 1998 at Frankfurt - 47,846)
RHEIN FIRE (7-3) 34, FRANKFURT GALAXY (7-3) 10 - This game could be dubbed the battle of the backup quarterbacks as both starters, Frankfurt's Damon Huard and Mike Quinn of Rhein wereout due to injury. Instead it was up to Chris Dittoe of Frankfurt and Jim Arellanes for the Fire. In the pouring rain in Frankfurt, Rhein scored first on Manny Burgsmuller's 29-yard FG. This was followed up by a 15-yard TD pass from Arellanes to Dialleo Burks for a 10-0 first quarter lead.  Ralf Kleinmann booted a 41-yard FG to give the Frankfurt faithful some hope but it was not enough as the Fire clinched the win with Marcus Robinson latching onto a 74 yard TD pass from Arellanes, who earned MVP honors by going 12 of 18 for 263 yards with 3 TDs.
Louisiana (13-1)
Madison (10-4)
Green Bay (10-4)
Colorado (9-5)
Honolulu (6-8)
Utah (5-9)
Texas (2-8)
Minnesota (0-14)
Albany (10-4)
Tampa Bay (12-2)
New Jersey (8-6)
Orlando (9-5)
Houston (8-6)
Milwaukee (7-7)
New York (3-11)
Iowa (5-9)
Arizona (10-4)
Grand Rapids (3-11)
Nashville (9-5)
Portland (4-10)
San Jose (7-7)
Florida (3-11)
Amsterdam (7-3)
Frankfurt (7-3)
Rhein (7-3)
Barcelona (4-6)
England (3-7)
Scotland (2-8)
ALL STAR FOOTBALL (1998 ) - All Star Football had been in the idea phase since CBS lost the rights to broadcast NFC games to Fox in the mid-1990s. Former NFL players Joe Kapp, Craig Morton, and Jim Marshall were the brain trust behind the league, along with Team Dynamics, Inc. The league planned to use a business plan similar to that of Major League Soccer, the Women's National Basketball Association, and the American Basketball League, with the league owning all the teams and those 16 teams will report operating expenses and revenue back to the league. All Star Football would also use syndication as a part of their television strategy. The league would be able to essentially create their own network of TV stations throughout the country to show off their product. The league, scheduled to kick off in fall of 1999, never made it.
ALL-AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE (1998) - The AAFL planned on operating in the spring of 1998, but was forced to postpone until 1999. The league was headed by Bernard Glieberman who has been involved with CFL teams in Ottawa and Shreveport and Randy Vataha who was involved with Boston of the USFL. The AAFL had plans for 12 teams in major cities. Those cities are: Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, San Francisco, Miami, Boston, Washington, D.C. and Tampa. The Detroit team named Forrest Gregg as head coach. AAFL teams would not have a single owner. Instead, different investors would own the teams and have a president in charge of the business operations. Eventually, Vataha hoped to sell stock for the league. AAFL players would sign with the league instead of with individual teams. Contracts were expected to range from $35,000 to $50,000. After a player signed with the league, teams would draft those players. The league planned to play a 20-game schedule and expected to draw about 17,000 fans a game. It drew none as the league fell apart.
Green Bay Packers (11-5)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-8)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-9)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Tennessee Oilers (8-8)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Detroit Lions (5-11)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Atlanta Falcons (14-2)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Baltimore Ravens (6-10)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda
San Francisco 49ers (12-4)
Head Coach: Steve Mariucci 
New Orleans Saints (6-10)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka
Carolina Panthers (4-12)
Head Coach: Dom Capers
Denver Broncos (14-2)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Oakland Raiders (8-8)
Head Coach: Jon Gruden
Seattle Seahawks (8-8)
Head Coach: Dennis Erickson
Kansas City Chiefs (7-9)
Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer 
Chicago Bears (4-12)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
San Diego Chargers (5-11)
Head Coach: Kevin Gilbride (2-4) and June Jones (3-7)










Dallas Cowboys (10-6)
Head Coach: Chan Gailey
New York Jets (12-4)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Arizona Cardinals (9-7)
Head Coach: Vince Tobin
Miami Dolphins (10-6)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
New York Giants (8-8)
Head Coach: Jim Fassel
Washington Redskins (6-10)
Head Coach: Norv Turner
Buffalo Bills (10-6)
Head Coach: Wade Phillips
New England Patriots (9-7)
Head Coach: Pete Carroll
Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
Philadelphia Eagles (3-13)
Head Coach: Ray Rhodes
Indianapolis Colts (3-13)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Minnesota Vikings (15-1)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
St. Louis Rams (4-12)
Head Coach: Dick Vermeil
Cincinnati Bengals (3-13)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet