MOVING: New York CityHawks to New England Sea Wolves ADDED: Buffalo Destroyers
WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Buffalo)
FRIDAY APRIL 23
New England 45, FLORIDA 43 (4879) - Mike Perez threw four TD passes and ran for another score as the Sea Wolves won their debut and spoiled the coaching debut of Florida's Bruce Hardy, a former Miami Dolphin. 
Iowa 69, HOUSTON 36 (3056) - Aaron Garcia threw three TD passes in the fourth quarter as the Barnstormers scored 28 unanswered points in the final period en route to a season-opening win.
Orlando 49, NASHVILLE 40 (14621) - Browning Nagle threw five TD passes, including three to Barry Wagner as the Predators won their third straight over Nashville. Tyronne Jones led Nashville with 11 receptions and a pair of TDs.
PORTLAND 61, Milwaukee 27 (6157) - James Guidry threw a franchise-record eight TD passes as the Forest Dragons set a team record for points. Milwaukee only gained 150 yards of total offense in the loss.
ARIZONA 62, New Jersey 54 (13137) - Donnie Davis passed for seven TDs and ran for another for the Rattlers, while Rickey Foggie threw for seven TDs for the Red Dogs, who lost in coach Frank Mattiace's debut. 
SATURDAY APRIL 24
Albany 49, TAMPA BAY 42 (10436) - Mike Pawlawski threw a 26-yard TD pass to Eddie Brown with 46 seconds remaining as the Firebirds won their first road game against the Storm in eight opportunities.
San Jose 54, GRAND RAPIDS 53 (10097) - Carlos Huerta's decisive FG, his first of the game, came just 13 seconds after Remy Hamilton missed an extra point. The teams combined for 46 points in the fourth quarter.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         1  0 0  49  42 Orlando        1  0 0  49  40
New England    1  0 0  45  43 Florida        0  1 0  43  45
Buffalo        0  0 0   0   0 Nashville      0  1 0  40  49
New Jersey     0  1 0  54  62 Tampa Bay      0  1 0  42  49
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           1  0 0  69  36 Arizona        1  0 0  62  54
Grand Rapids   0  1 0  53  54 Portland       1  0 0  61  27
Houston        0  1 0  36  69 San Jose       1  0 0  54  53
MILWAUKEE      0  1 0  27  61
WEEK TWO (Bye Week - Arizona)
THURSDAY APRIL 29
Tampa Bay 49, MILWAUKEE 42 (13101) - Mustangs QB Todd Hammel completed 18 of 37 passes for 246 yards and three TDs but also had two interceptions. The Mustangs also fumbled twice in their home debut.
FRIDAY APRIL 30
New England 59, BUFFALO 26 (13214) - New England scored 2 TDs in a space of 32 seconds midway through the second quarter that helped the Sea Wolves ruin the debut of the Destroyers.
FLORIDA 78, San Jose 56 (4370) - Fred McNair passed for 298 yards and seven TDs as the Bobcats built a 25-point halftime lead. Four of the Bobcats' six scoring drives in the first half lasted 99 seconds or less. 
SATURDAY MAY 1             
Grand Rapids 68, HOUSTON 65 (1517) - After a combined 777 yards of total offense and 45 points in the fourth quarter alone, Remy Hamilton's 46-yard FG with one second left gave the Rampage a wild win.
IOWA 64, Orlando 47 (9505) - Iowa QB Aaron Garcia threw two of his seven TDs and ran for a score in a dominating fourth quarter. Garcia gave Iowa the lead for good five seconds into the fourth with a one-yard touchdown run.
Nashville 37, PORTLAND 31 (7408) - Kats QB Andy Kelly threw for three TDs and James Bratton ran for two scores.  Steve McLaughlin kicked a 26-yard field goal with 56 seconds left to provide the winning margin for Nashville. 
SUNDAY MAY 2
NEW JERSEY 52, Albany 51 (8461) - Rickey Foggie found Alvin Ashley from 23 yards with eight seconds left as the Red Dogs won. Foggie threw three of his seven TD passes in the fourth quarter.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
New England    2  0 0 104  69 Florida        1  1 0 121 101
Albany         1  1 0 100  94 Nashville      1  1 0  77  80
New Jersey     1  1 0 106 113 Orlando        1  1 0  96 104
Buffalo        0  1 0  26  59 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  91  91
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           2  0 0 133  83 Arizona        1  0 0  62  54
Grand Rapids   1  1 0 121 119 Portland       1  1 0  92  64
Houston        0  2 0 101 137 San Jose       1  1 0 110 131
MILWAUKEE      0  2 0  69 110
WEEK THREE (Bye Week - Tampa Bay)
FRIDAY MAY 7
Albany 77, NEW ENGLAND 42 (8869) - Mike Pawlawski threw five of his nine TD passes in the second half as the Firebirds rolled. Derek Stingley returned an interception 17 yards for a TD with 47 seconds to play to end the scoring.
New Jersey 41, BUFFALO 39 (14600) - Rickey Foggie's 14-yard TD pass to Alvin Ashley with 8:35 to play lifted the Red Dogs. The two hooked up four times for touchdowns but none were as important as the last one.
ORLANDO 67, Houston 49 (13562) - Browning Nagle threw for five TDs as the Predators scored 46 first-half points. Clint Dolezel completed 31-of-50 passes for 339 yards and six touchdowns for the Thunderbears.
Grand Rapids 73, MILWAUKEE 37 (14403) - AFL rookie Craig Kusick threw eight TD passes and ran for two for the Rampage. Milwaukee QB Todd Hammel has as many TD passes this season as inteceptions (seven). 
SATURDAY MAY 8
ARIZONA 58, Iowa 39 (13964) - Donnie Davis and Chad May each threw two TD passes and Randy Gatewood caught two scores leading the Rattlers over the Barnstormers in a battle of unbeaten teams. 
SAN JOSE 79, Portland 51 (14795) - Scott Wood completed 16-of-23 passes for 236 yards and five TDs as the San Jose Sabercats remained perfect in five meetings against the Forest Dragons.
MONDAY MAY 10
NASHVILLE 63, Florida 42 (11562) - Five different players scored TDs for Nashville and the Kats defense intercepted Bobcats QB Fred McNair three times. Nashville QB Andy Kelly passed for 298 yards and three touchdowns.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         2  1 0 177 136 Nashville      2  1 0 140 122
New England    2  1 0 146 146 Orlando        2  1 0 163 153
New Jersey     2  1 0 147 152 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  91  91
Buffalo        0  2 0  65 100 Florida        1  2 0 163 164
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Grand Rapids   2  1 0 194 158 Arizona        2  0 0 120  93
Iowa           2  1 0 172 141 San Jose       2  1 0 189 182
Houston        0  3 0 150 204 Portland       1  2 0 143 143
MILWAUKEE      0  3 0 108 183
WEEK FOUR (Bye Week - Nashville)
FRIDAY MAY 14
GRAND RAPIDS 61, Iowa 47 (8619) - Craig Kusick threw for 283 yards and six TD passes and ran for another as the  Rampage won a Central Division matchup. Kusick threw four TD passes in the first half.
New England 57, ORLANDO 46 (12413) - Mike Perez completed 19 of 30 passes for 255 yards and six TDs as the Sea Wolves stunned the champs. New England scored 20 unanswered points to start the second half. 
HOUSTON 75, Milwaukee 61 (3091) - Clint Dolezel threw for an AFL-record 479 yards and tied a league-mark with 10 TD passes as the ThunderBears defeated the Mustangs in a battle of winless teams.
SATURDAY MAY 15
ALBANY 51, Buffalo 41 (12011) - Eddie Brown tied his own career record for receptions with 15 and added 190 yards and four TDs as Albany jumped to a 16-0 lead before the Destroyers even ran an offensive play.
TAMPA BAY 43, Florida 12 (9672) - Peter Tom Willis completed 14-of-29 passes for 182 yards and four TDs, leading the Storm to their sixth straight win over Florida. Willis threw for three scores in the second quarter.
SAN JOSE 54, Arizona 50 (13782) - Mark Grieb hit Shalon Baker with a nine-yard TD pass with 18 seconds left. Grieb completed 15-of-41 passes for 124 yards as the SabreCats, who handed the Rattlers their first loss.
MONDAY MAY 17
New Jersey 38, PORTLAND 24 (6791) - Ricky Foggie threw four TD passes to lead the Red Dogs. Foggie's 26-yard TD pass to Alvin Ashley gave the Red Dogs  the lead for good at 15-11 late in the second quarter. 
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         3  1 0 228 177 Nashville      2  1 0 140 122
New England    3  1 0 203 192 Tampa Bay      2  1 0 134 103
New Jersey     3  1 0 185 176 Orlando        2  2 0 209 210
Buffalo        0  3 0 106 151 Florida        1  3 0 175 207
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Grand Rapids   3  1 0 255 205 San Jose       3  1 0 243 232
Iowa           2  2 0 219 202 Arizona        2  1 0 170 147
Houston        1  3 0 225 265 Portland       1  3 0 167 181
MILWAUKEE      0  4 0 169 258
WEEK FIVE (Bye Week - Houston)
FRIDAY MAY 21
NEW ENGLAND 36, Buffalo 22 (6502) - Mike Perez threw two TD passes and ran for a third as the Sea Wolves took over first place in the Eastern Division. Darrick Branch caught seven passes for 95 yards and two TDs for Buffalo.
SATURDAY MAY 22
ALBANY 59, Arizona 54 (10043) - Tim Brown scored on a five-yard TD run with 11 seconds left as the Firebirds won their third straight. Arizona had one last chance to win but a desperation pass from Donnie Davis hit the net.
FLORIDA 39, Grand Rapids 36 (6129) - Chris Gardner kicked a 19-yard FG with 7:35 remaining, lifting the Bobcats. Grand Rapids QB Craig Kusick threw two TDs. He has tossed 20 touchdowns without an interception.
TAMPA BAY 41, Nashville 34 (8689) - Peter Tom Willis completed 20-of-32 passes for 191 yards and four TDs, helping the Storm take sole possession of first place in the South. Willis threw for three scores in the first half.
Orlando 51, NEW JERSEY 38 (OT) (4128) - Barry Wagner caught a 26-yard TD pass from Pat O'Hara and Bill Hall ran back a fumble for a TD in OT for Orlando. New Jersey rallied for two TDs in the final 9:13 to forge a 38-38 tie.
IOWA 51, Portland 45 (10312) - Aaron Garcia completed 19-of-34 passes for 266 yards and five TDs as Iowa built a 30-13 lead with 2:24 left in the first half and survived a second-half Portland rally to snap a two-game skid.
MONDAY MAY 24
San Jose 52, MILWAUKEE 45 (12781) - Steve Papin's 54-yard KO return with one second left capped a wild finish and lifted the SaberCats. Todd Hammel ran for one score and threw for five more for the winless Mustangs.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         4  1 0 287 231 Tampa Bay      3  1 0 175 137
New England    4  1 0 239 214 Orlando        3  2 0 260 248
New Jersey     3  2 0 223 227 Nashville      2  2 0 174 163
Buffalo        0  4 0 128 187 Florida        2  3 0 214 242
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Grand Rapids   3  2 0 291 244 San Jose       4  1 0 295 277
Iowa           3  2 0 270 247 Arizona        2  2 0 224 206
Houston        1  3 0 225 265 Portland       1  4 0 212 232
MILWAUKEE      0  5 0 214 310
WEEK SIX (Bye Week - New England)
FRIDAY MAY 28
ORLANDO 45, Albany 38 (13107) - Barry Wagner caught two touchdowns in the final eight minutes, including a 24-yarder from Pat O'Hara with 6:14 left as the Predators snapped the Firebirds' three-game winning streak.
Grand Rapids 40, BUFFALO 38 (15317) - Remy Hamilton booted a 34-yard FG with 18 seconds left as the Rampage kept the expansion Destroyers winless, despite three rushing TDs from QB Kevin Mason.
Portland 48, FLORIDA 37 (3261) - Ron Lopez, who replaced James Guidry after suffering a career-ending injury last week, threw for 275 yards and four TDs as the Forest Dragons snapped a four-game skid.
Milwaukee 53, NEW JERSEY 40 (4062) - Todd Hammel completed 22-of-34 passes for 289 yards and four TDs as the Mustangs picked up their first win. Gary Compton caught eight passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns.
Tampa Bay 43, NASHVILLE 32 (12080) - Peter Tom Willis completed 17-of-31 passes for 237 yards and five TDs as the Storm swept the home-and-home series and remain on top of the Southern Division.
SATURDAY MAY 29
ARIZONA 56, Houston 47 (15723) - Donnie Davis completed 22-of-30 passes for 278 yards and a career-high seven TDs for Arizona. Davis threw four TDs in the first half as Arizona seized a 28-13 halftime lead. 
Iowa 34, SAN JOSE 30 (14019) - Kevin Swayne returned a kickoff 56 yards for a TD with 2:55 to play helping Iowa to a first-place tie. San Jose had taken a 30-27 lead when Carlos Huerta booted a 29-yard FG.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
New England    4  1 0 239 214 Tampa Bay      4  1 0 218 169
Albany         4  2 0 325 276 Orlando        4  2 0 305 286
New Jersey     3  3 0 263 280 Nashville      2  3 0 206 206
Buffalo        0  5 0 166 227 Florida        2  4 0 251 290
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Grand Rapids   4  2 0 331 282 San Jose       4  2 0 325 311
Iowa           4  2 0 304 277 Arizona        3  2 0 280 253
Houston        1  4 0 272 321 Portland       2  4 0 260 269
MILWAUKEE      1  5 0 267 350
WEEK SEVEN (Bye Week - New Jersey)
FRIDAY JUNE 4                 
Florida 50, BUFFALO 32 (11476) - Fred McNair threw five TD passes to lead the Bobcats over the Destroyers in a battle of last-place teams. McNair tossed two scoring strikes in the first quarter as Florida took a 14-3 lead.
Arizona 45, HOUSTON 38 (OT) (2985) - Hunkie Cooper ran an interception six yards for a TD 4:05 into OT. It was Cooper's second interception return for a TD this season and moved the Rattlers into a first-place tie with San Jose.
SATURDAY JUNE 5
GRAND RAPIDS 46, Tampa Bay 44 (8679) - Craig Kusick completed a 42-yard TD pass to Thomas Bailey with 42 seconds left as the Rampage built a nine-point lead and held on to snap the Storm's four-game winning streak.
Milwaukee 55, NEW ENGLAND 53 (6688) - Larry Willis caught three TD passes from Todd Hammel as the Mustangs hung on for its second straight victory. Willis caught a 26-year TD pass and two scores from 42 yards out.
IOWA 64, Nashville 63 (9042) - Kevin Swayne caught his fifth TD pass from Aaron Garcia with 2:58 left in the fourth quarter to lead Iowa to its third-straight win. Steve Opstad added the XP to give the Barnstomers the lead. 
PORTLAND 39, San Jose 38 (7210) - Daron Alcorn booted a 50-yard FG as time expired to give Portland the win. Carlos Huerta kicked a 24-yard FG with 24 seconds left to give San Jose a seemingly insurmountable 38-30 lead.
MONDAY JUNE 7
ALBANY 62, Orlando 54 (9871) - Mike Pawlawski threw five TD passes as the Firebirds used a big second-half to earn the win. After the first half ended in a 27-27 tie, the Firbirds outscored the Predators, 35-24, in the second half.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         5  2 0 417 330 Tampa Bay      4  2 0 262 215
New England    4  2 0 292 269 Orlando        4  3 0 359 348
New Jersey     3  3 0 263 280 Florida        3  4 0 301 322
Buffalo        0  6 0 198 277 Nashville      2  4 0 269 270
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST 
Grand Rapids   5  2 0 377 326 Arizona        4  2 0 325 291
Iowa           5  2 0 368 340 San Jose       4  3 0 363 350
MILWAUKEE      2  5 0 322 403 Portland       3  4 0 299 307
Houston        1  5 0 310 366
WEEK EIGHT (Bye Week - Grand Rapids)
FRIDAY JUNE 11                   
NEW ENGLAND 62, Houston 55 (5684) - Damond Wilkins scored on a two-yard TD run with 29 seconds left as the Sea Wolves moved into a first-place tie. Wilkins' score was his fourth TD of the game and second on the ground. 
MILWAUKEE 52, Portland 47 (14503) - Todd Hammel completed 9-of-20 passes for 191 yards and three TDs as the Mustangs overcame a late rally. The Mustangs won despite being outgained, 310-199.
SATURDAY JUNE 12
Tampa Bay 63, ORLANDO 37 (15101) - Barry Wagner became the first player in AFL history with 200 TD receptions, but his Predators fell to the Storm. Wagner reached the milestone on a 13-yard TD pass from Pat O'Hara.
ALBANY 38, New Jersey 34 (11452) - Albany WR Eddie Brown caught a four-yard TD pass from Mike Pawlawski
with 22 seconds left. Steve Videtich drilled a 23-yard FG to put the Red Dogs ahead 34-24 with 11:44 left.
Nashville 63, FLORIDA 56 (OT) (6824) - Jason Bratton scored on a two-yard TD run 5:18 into OT as the Kats
ADDED: Cleveland Browns RENAMED: Tennessee Oilers to Titans
WEEK ONE (Bye Week - San Diego)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
Arizona 25, PHILADELPHIA 24
GREEN BAY 28, Oakland 24
New England 30, NY JETS 28
ST. LOUIS 27, Baltimore 10
CHICAGO 20, Kansas City 17
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Buffalo 14
NEW ORLEANS 19, Carolina 10
TENNESSEE 36, Cincinnati 35
JACKSONVILLE 41, San Francisco 3
NY Giants 17, TAMPA BAY 13
Dallas 41, WASHINGTON 35
Detroit 28, SEATTLE 20
Minnesota 17, ATLANTA 14
Pittsburgh 43, CLEVELAND 0
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Miami 38, DENVER 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          1  0 0  38  21 NY Giants      1  0 0  17  13
New England    1  0 0  30  28 Dallas         1  0 0  41  35
Indianapolis   1  0 0  31  14 Arizona        1  0 0  25  24
Buffalo        0  1 0  14  31 Philadelphia   0  1 0  24  25
NY Jets        0  1 0  28  30 Washington     0  1 0  35  41
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   1  0 0  41   3 GREEN BAY      1  0 0  28  24
Tennessee      1  0 0  36  35 Minnesota      1  0 0  17  14
Pittsburgh     1  0 0  43   0 Detroit        1  0 0  28  20
Cincinnati     0  1 0  35  36 Chicago        1  0 0  20  17
Baltimore      0  1 0  10  27 Tampa Bay      0  1 0  13  17
Cleveland      0  1 0   0  43 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      1  0 0  27  10
San Diego      0  0 0   0   0 New Orleans    1  0 0  19  10
Kansas City    0  1 0  17  20 Atlanta        0  1 0  14  17
Denver         0  1 0  21  38 Carolina       0  1 0  10  19
Seattle        0  1 0  20  28 San Francisco  0  1 0   3  41
Oakland        0  1 0  24  28
WEEK TWO (Bye - St. Louis)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
BUFFALO 17, NY Jets 3
MIAMI 19, Arizona 16
DETROIT 23, Green Bay 15
San Diego 34, CINCINNATI 7
TENNESSEE 26, Cleveland 9
Washington 50, NY GIANTS 21
NEW ENGLAND 31, Indianapolis 28
SAN FRANCISCO 28, New Orleans 21
Jacksonville 22, CAROLINA 20
Oakland 22, MINNESOTA 17
Seattle 14, CHICAGO 13
KANSAS CITY 26, Denver 10
Pittsburgh 23, BALTIMORE 20
Tampa Bay 19, PHILADELPHIA 5
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20
DALLAS 24, Atlanta 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          2  0 0  57  37 Dallas         2  0 0  65  42
New England    2  0 0  61  56 NY Giants      1  1 0  38  63
Indianapolis   1  1 0  59  45 Arizona        1  1 0  41  43
Buffalo        1  1 0  31  34 Washington     1  1 0  85  62
NY Jets        0  2 0  31  47 Philadelphia   0  2 0  29  44
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   2  0 0  63  23 Detroit        2  0 0  51  35
Tennessee      2  0 0  62  44 Minnesota      1  1 0  34  36
Pittsburgh     2  0 0  66  20 GREEN BAY      1  1 0  43  47
Baltimore      0  2 0  30  50 Chicago        1  1 0  33  31
Cincinnati     0  2 0  42  70 Tampa Bay      1  1 0  32  22
Cleveland      0  2 0   9  69 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      1  0 0  27  10
San Diego      1  0 0  34   7 New Orleans    1  1 0  40  38
Kansas City    1  1 0  43  30 San Francisco  1  1 0  31  62
Oakland        1  1 0  46  45 Carolina       0  2 0  30  41
Seattle        1  1 0  34  41 Atlanta        0  2 0  21  41
Denver         0  2 0  31  64
WEEK THREE (Bye - Dallas, Miami, New Orleans)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
BALTIMORE 17, Cleveland 10
Indianapolis 27, SAN DIEGO 19
ST. LOUIS 35, Atlanta 7
Washington 27, NY JETS 20
BUFFALO 26, Philadelphia 0
KANSAS CITY 31, Detroit 21
Seattle 29, PITTSBURGH 10
CAROLINA 27, Cincinnati 3
NEW ENGLAND 16, NY Giants 14
TAMPA BAY 13, Denver 10
GREEN BAY 23, Minnesota 20
OAKLAND 24, Chicago 17
Tennessee 20, JACKSONVILLE 19 
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27
San Francisco 24, ARIZONA 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England    3  0 0  77  70 Dallas         2  0 0  65  42
Miami          2  0 0  57  37 Washington     2  1 0  68  63
Indianapolis   2  1 0  86  64 NY Giants      1  2 0  52  79
Buffalo        2  1 0  57  34 Philadelphia   0  3 0  29  70
NY Jets        0  3 0  51  74 Arizona        1  2 0  51  67
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      3  0 0  82  63 Detroit        2  1 0  72  66
Jacksonville   2  1 0  82  43 GREEN BAY      2  1 0  66  67
Pittsburgh     2  1 0  76  49 Chicago        1  2 0  50  55
Baltimore      1  2 0  47  60 Minnesota      1  2 0  54  59
Cincinnati     0  3 0  45  97 Tampa Bay      2  1 0  45  32
Cleveland      0  3 0  19  86 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      2  0 0  62  17
Oakland        2  1 0  70  62 San Francisco  2  1 0  55  72
Kansas City    2  1 0  74  51 New Orleans    1  1 0  40  38
Seattle        2  1 0  63  51 Carolina       1  2 0  57  44
San Diego      1  1 0  53  34 Atlanta        0  3 0  28  76
Denver         0  3 0  41  77
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Detroit, GREEN BAY, Indianapolis)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
Baltimore 19, ATLANTA 13 (OT)
MINNESOTA 21, Tampa Bay 14
St. Louis 38, CINCINNATI 10
CHICAGO 14, New Orleans 10
New England 19, CLEVELAND 7
SAN DIEGO 21, Kansas City 14
DALLAS 35, Arizona 7
NY GIANTS 16, Philadelphia 15
SAN FRAN 24, Tennessee 22
Jacksonville 17, PITTSBURGH 3
NY Jets 21, DENVER 13
SEATTLE 22, Oakland 21
WASHINGTON 38, Carolina 36
MONDAY OCTOBER 4
Buffalo 23, MIAMI 18
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England    4  0 0  96  77 Dallas         3  0 0 100  49
Buffalo        3  1 0  80  52 Washington     3  1 0 106  99
Indianapolis   2  1 0  86  64 NY Giants      2  2 0  68  94
Miami          2  1 0  75  60 Arizona        1  3 0  58 102
NY Jets        1  3 0  72  87 Philadelphia   0  4 0  44  86
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      3  1 0 104  87 Detroit        2  1 0  72  66
Jacksonville   3  1 0  99  46 GREEN BAY      2  1 0  66  67
Pittsburgh     2  2 0  79  66 Tampa Bay      2  2 0  59  53
Baltimore      2  2 0  66  73 Chicago        2  2 0  64  65
Cincinnati     0  4 0  55 135 Minnesota      2  2 0  75  73
Cleveland      0  4 0  26 105 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      3  0 0 100  27
Seattle        3  1 0  85  72 San Francisco  3  1 0  79  94
San Diego      2  1 0  74  48 New Orleans    1  2 0  50  52
Kansas City    2  2 0  88  72 Carolina       1  3 0  93  82
Oakland        2  2 0  91  84 Atlanta        0  4 0  41  95
Denver         0  4 0  54  98 
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Carolina, Seattle, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
ARIZONA 14, NY Giants 3
Cincinnati 18, CLEVELAND 17
Miami 34, INDIANAPOLIS 31
TENNESSEE 14, Baltimore 11
Atlanta 20, NEW ORLEANS 17
Denver 16, OAKLAND 13
PHILADELPHIA 13, Dallas 10
BUFFALO 24, Pittsburgh 21
GREEN BAY 26, Tampa Bay 23
ST. LOUIS 42, San Francisco 20
Chicago 24, MINNESOTA 22
KANSAS CITY 16, N. England 14
San Diego 20, DETROIT 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
Jacksonville 16, NY JETS 6
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
New England    4  1 0 110  93 Dallas         3  1 0 110  62
Buffalo        4  1 0 104  73 Washington     3  1 0 106  99
Miami          3  1 0 109  91 NY Giants      2  3 0  71 108
Indianapolis   2  2 0 117  98 Arizona        2  3 0  72 105
NY Jets        1  4 0  78 107 Philadelphia   1  4 0  57  96
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      4  1 0 118  98 GREEN BAY      3  1 0  92  90
Jacksonville   4  1 0 115  52 Chicago        3  2 0  88  87
Pittsburgh     2  3 0 100  90 Detroit        2  2 0  82  86
Baltimore      2  3 0  77  87 Tampa Bay      2  3 0  82  79
Cincinnati     1  4 0  73 152 Minnesota      2  3 0  97  97
Cleveland      0  5 0  43 123 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      4  0 0 142  47
Seattle        3  1 0  85  72 San Francisco  3  2 0  99 136
San Diego      3  1 0  94  58 New Orleans    1  3 0  67  72
Kansas City    3  2 0 104  86 Carolina       1  3 0  93  82
Oakland        2  3 0 104 100 Atlanta        1  4 0  61 112
Denver         1  4 0  70 111 
WEEK SIX (Bye - Baltimore, Kansas City, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
Carolina 31, SAN FRANCISCO 29
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cleveland 7
Pittsburgh 17, CINCINNATI 3
Washington 24, ARIZONA 10
DENVER 31, Green Bay 10
Miami 31, NEW ENGLAND 30
St. Louis 41, ATLANTA 13
DETROIT 25, Minnesota 23
Oakland 20, BUFFALO 14
SAN DIEGO 13, Seattle 10
Indianapolis 16, NY JETS 13
Philadelphia 20, CHICAGO 16
Tennessee 24, NEW ORLEANS 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 18
NY GIANTS 13, Dallas 10
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          4  1 0 140 121 Washington     4  1 0 130 109
Buffalo        4  2 0 118  93 Dallas         3  2 0 120  75
New England    4  2 0 140 124 NY Giants      3  3 0  84 118
Indianapolis   3  2 0 133 111 Arizona        2  4 0  82 129
NY Jets        1  5 0  91 123 Philadelphia   2  4 0  77 112
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      5  1 0 142 119 GREEN BAY      3  2 0 102 121
Jacksonville   5  1 0 139  59 Detroit        3  2 0 107 109
Pittsburgh     3  3 0 117  93 Chicago        3  3 0 104 107
Baltimore      2  3 0  77  87 Tampa Bay      2  3 0  82  79
Cincinnati     1  5 0  76 169 Minnesota      2  4 0 120 122
Cleveland      0  6 0  50 147 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      5  0 0 183  60
San Diego      4  1 0 107  68 San Francisco  3  3 0 128 167
Seattle        3  2 0  95  85 Carolina       2  3 0 124 111
Kansas City    3  2 0 104  86 New Orleans    1  4 0  88  96
Oakland        3  3 0 124 114 Atlanta        1  5 0  74 153
Denver         2  4 0 101 131
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Arizona, Jacksonville, Tennessee)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 21
Kansas City 35, BALTIMORE 8
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
DALLAS 38, Washington 20
MIAMI 16, Philadelphia 13
ST. LOUIS 34, Cleveland 3
OAKLAND 24, NY Jets 23
Detroit 24, CAROLINA 9
MINNESOTA 40, San Francisco 16
Green Bay 31, SAN DIEGO 3
NEW ENGLAND 24, Denver 23
TAMPA BAY 6, Chicago 3
SEATTLE 26, Buffalo 16
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Cincinnati 10
NY GIANTS 31, New Orleans 3
MONDAY OCTOBER 25
PITTSBURGH 13, Atlanta 9
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          5  1 0 156 134 Washington     4  2 0 150 147
New England    5  2 0 164 147 Dallas         4  2 0 158  95
Indianapolis   4  2 0 164 121 NY Giants      4  3 0 115 121
Buffalo        4  3 0 134 119 Arizona        2  4 0  82 129
NY Jets        1  6 0 114 147 Philadelphia   2  5 0  90 128
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      5  1 0 142 119 GREEN BAY      4  2 0 133 124
Jacksonville   5  1 0 139  59 Detroit        4  2 0 131 118
Pittsburgh     4  3 0 130 102 Tampa Bay      3  3 0  88  82
Baltimore      2  4 0  85 122 Minnesota      3  4 0 160 138
Cincinnati     1  6 0  86 200 Chicago        3  4 0 107 113
Cleveland      0  7 0  53 181 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  0 0 217  63
San Diego      4  2 0 110  99 San Francisco  3  4 0 144 207
Seattle        4  2 0 121 101 Carolina       2  4 0 133 135
Kansas City    4  2 0 139  94 New Orleans    1  5 0  91 127
Oakland        4  3 0 148 137 Atlanta        1  6 0  83 166
Denver         2  5 0 124 155 
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - New York Jets, Pittsburgh, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
ATLANTA 27, Carolina 20
INDIANAPOLIS 34, Dallas 24
Minnesota 23, DENVER 20
WASHINGTON 48, Chicago 22
Buffalo 13, BALTIMORE 10
Jacksonville 41, CINCINNATI 10
New England 27, ARIZONA 3
Cleveland 21, NEW ORLEANS 16
KANSAS CITY 34, San Diego 0
NY Giants 23, PHILADELPHIA 17 (OT)
DETROIT 20, Tampa Bay 3
Miami 16, OAKLAND 9
TENNESSEE 24, St. Louis 21
MONDAY NOVEMBER 1
Seattle 27, GREEN BAY 7
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          6  1 0 172 143 Washington     5  2 0 198 169
New England    6  2 0 191 150 NY Giants      5  3 0 138 138
Indianapolis   5  2 0 198 145 Dallas         4  3 0 182 129
Buffalo        5  3 0 147 129 Arizona        2  5 0  85 156
NY Jets        1  6 0 114 147 Philadelphia   2  6 0 107 151
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      6  1 0 166 140 Detroit        5  2 0 151 121
Jacksonville   6  1 0 180  69 GREEN BAY      4  3 0 140 151
Pittsburgh     4  3 0 130 102 Minnesota      4  4 0 183 158
Baltimore      2  5 0  95 135 Chicago        3  5 0 129 161
Cincinnati     1  7 0  96 241 Tampa Bay      3  4 0  91 102
Cleveland      1  7 0  74 197 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  1 0 238  87
Kansas City    5  2 0 173  94 San Francisco  3  4 0 144 207
Seattle        5  2 0 148 108 Carolina       2  5 0 153 162
San Diego      4  3 0 110 133 Atlanta        2  6 0 110 186
Oakland        4  4 0 157 153 New Orleans    1  6 0 107 148
Denver         2  6 0 144 178
WEEK NINE (Bye - New England, New York Giants, Oakland)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
Baltimore 41, CLEVELAND 9
Denver 33, SAN DIEGO 17
MIAMI 17, Tennessee 0
Tampa Bay 31, NEW ORLEANS 16
Buffalo 34, WASHINGTON 17
DETROIT 31, St. Louis 27
NY JETS 12, Arizona 7
CAROLINA 33, Philadelphia 7
INDIANAPOLIS 25, Kansas City 17
Pittsburgh 27, SAN FRANCISCO 6
Chicago 14, GREEN BAY 13
Jacksonville 30, ATLANTA 7
SEATTLE 37, Cincinnati 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 8
MINNESOTA 27, Dallas 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          7  1 0 189 143 Washington     5  3 0 215 203
New England    6  2 0 191 150 NY Giants      5  3 0 138 138
Indianapolis   6  2 0 223 162 Dallas         4  4 0 199 156
Buffalo        6  3 0 181 146 Arizona        2  6 0  92 168
NY Jets        2  6 0 126 154 Philadelphia   2  7 0 114 184
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   7  1 0 210  76 Detroit        6  2 0 182 148
Tennessee      6  2 0 166 157 Minnesota      5  4 0 210 175
FRANCHISES MOVING IN 1999 : England Monarchs to Berlin Thunder
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 17
FRANKFURT 21, Berlin 20 (30127) - Pat Barnes threw a 43-yard TD pass to Andy McCullough with 6:27 remaining to wreck the Thunder's hopes of a winning debut. Barnes threw for 129 yards and two TDs in two quarters.
BARCELONA 28, Amsterdam 16 (14624) - LB Mike Maslowski had three interceptions, returning one for a TD, and Lawrence Phillips ran for 162 yards and a score as the Dragons blew open the game with four 2nd half TDs.
SUNDAY APRIL 18
SCOTLAND 21, Rhein 20 (9086) - QB Dameyune Craig ran for an 11-yard TD with 1:21 remaining to tie the game, then Rob Hart kicked the extra point that proved the difference between the two teams. 
Barcelona      1  0 0  28  16 Amsterdam      0  1 0  16  28
Frankfurt      1  0 0  21  20 Berlin         0  1 0  20  21
Scotland       1  0 0  21  20 Rhein          0  1 0  20  21
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 24
AMSTERDAM 17, Frankfurt 13 (14568) - Rams-allocated RB David Thompson rushed for 61 yards and a key fourth-quarter TD as the Admirals rallied for the win.
Scotland 48, BERLIN 14 (9817) - Dameyune Craig threw four TD passes as the Claymores spoiled the Thunder's homecoming party. Craig completed 16-of-24 passes for 290 yards in Berlin's first home game in the league.
SUNDAY APRIL 25         
Barcelona 19, RHEIN 10 (25281) - Dragons RB Lawrence Phillips rushed for 114 yards and two TDs on 22 carries. He scored on runs of four and one yards as Barcelona built a 19-7 lead 51 seconds before halftime. 
Barcelona      2  0 0  47  26 Frankfurt      1  1 0  34  37
Scotland       2  0 0  69  34 Berlin         0  2 0  34  69
Amsterdam      1  1 0  33  41 Rhein          0  2 0  30  40
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY MAY 1
RHEIN 30, Amsterdam 20 (23883) - Fire RB Kenny Bynum ran for a league- record 214 yards on 25 carries and Derrick Clark became NFL Europe's all-time TD leader as his 19th career TD opened the scoring 5:17 into the game. 
BARCELONA 42, Berlin 10 (13652) - Barcelona QB Todd Bouman, allocated by the Vikings, threw for three TDs to three different receivers and rushed in twice himself to inspire a Dragons victory against the winless Thunder.
SUNDAY MAY 2
Frankfurt 42, SCOTLAND 35 (OT) (10169) - QB Pat Barnes ran two yards for the winning TD on the first possession of overtime. The Claymores drove to within striking distance of the end zone, but fumbled.
Barcelona      3  0 0  70  26 Amsterdam      1  2 0  53  71
Frankfurt      2  1 0  76  72 Rhein          1  2 0  60  60
Scotland       2  1 0 104  76 Berlin         0  3 0  44 111
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 8
FRANKFURT 13, Rhein 7 (39485) - In a story of missed FGs, the Fire conceded the Deutschland Derby to their archrivals, who remain the only German team with a winning record.
AMSTERDAM 49, Berlin 23 (10210) - QB Mike Cawley threw four TD passes as the Admirals tied a league record with seven TDs against the Thunder. Cawley, allocated by the Bills, celebrated his first start of the season.
SUNDAY MAY 9
SCOTLAND 31, Barcelona 21 (8864) - The Dragons suffered their first defeat of the season and became the last team in the league to lose as the Claymores forced a three-way tie for first place.
Barcelona      3  1 0  91  57 Amsterdam      2  2 0 102  94
Frankfurt      3  1 0  89  79 Rhein          1  3 0  67  73
Scotland       3  1 0 135  97 Berlin         0  4 0  67 160
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 15
BERLIN 22, Amsterdam 19 (OT) (7342) - David Akers kicked a 34-yard FG 5:25 into overtime, giving the Thunder the first win in team history. Chuck Clements came off the bench to lead Berlin's comeback.
BARCELONA 21, Frankfurt 15 (OT) (14865) - Lawrence Phillips scored on a one-yard run in OT to give the Dragons and sole possession of first place. 
Barcelona overcame a 15-point third-quarter deficit.
RHEIN 37, Scotland 6 (22171) - Jim Arellanes passed for four TDs in his first start of the season as the Fire rolled. Arellanes easily outplayed Dameyune Craig, who entered as the league's top-rated quarterback. 
Barcelona      4  1 0 112  72 Amsterdam      2  3 0 121 116


















NOTES: The Indoor Football League began in 1999 as an offshoot of the troubled Professional Indoor Football League. FRANCHISES - Dayton Skyhawks, Duluth Lumberjacks, Green Bay Bombers, Lincoln Lightning, Madison Mad Dogs, Peoria Pirates, Steel Valley (Wheeling, WV) Smash, Topeka Knights
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY APRIL 2
DULUTH 47, Steel Valley 40 (5240) - Jo Jo Justice caught two TD passes and returned a kickoff 50 yards for another score, as the Jacks rebounded from a 13-0 to outscore the Smash 40-6 over the final three quarters
Green Bay 61, DAYTON 33 (3459) - The Skyhawks fell behind 20-0 midway through the second quarter, but played the Bombers even the rest of the way.
Dayton K Matt Bergman missed all six of his field-goal attempts
LINCOLN 66, Topeka 30 (5000) - After both teams failed to score in the first quarter, Topeka had a slim 30-28 halftime lead. QB Monte Christo scored two touchdowns, threw for two more and scored four two-point conversions
PEORIA 36, Madison 0 (8203) - Sedrick Robinson scored three TDs, two rushing, while the Pirates defense held the Mad Dogs to 47 yards rushing and 90 in the air
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Duluth         1  0 0  47  40 Lincoln        1  0 0  66  30
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  61  33 Dayton         0  1 0  33  61
Peoria         1  0 0  36   0 Steel Valley   0  1 0  40  47
MADISON        0  1 0   0  36 Topeka         0  1 0  30  66
WEEK TWO (Bye - Green Bay, Peoria)
FRIDAY APRIL 9
MADISON 48, Dayton 41 (3133) - Madison won its home opener when QB John Hebgen found Derek Schaefer on a 38-yard TD with just 11 seconds left. Dayton had fought back with five rushing TDs from James Mormino
TOPEKA 58, Duluth 25 (4740) - The Knights scored on a 40-yard pass play with 19 seconds left in the first half, then shut down Duluth's offense in the second half to turn a tight Indoor Football League game into a rout 
MONDAY APRIL 12
LINCOLN 78, Steel Valley 36 (4997) - The Lightning shot out to a big first-half lead and never looked back. Lincoln's Charles Bodady ran for 156 yards and three TDs, and Damon Benning added 78 yards rushing and three TDs
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  61  33 Lincoln        2  0 0 144  66
Peoria         1  0 0  36   0 Topeka         1  1 0  88  91
Duluth         1  1 0  72  98 Dayton         0  2 0  74 109
MADISON        1  1 0  48  77 Steel Valley   0  2 0  76 125
WEEK THREE (Bye - Madison, Duluth)
FRIDAY APRIL 16
Dayton 40, STEEL VALLEY 27 (5991) - Dayton RB Marvell Scott finished the game with 82 yards on the ground, while QB Michael Armour hit on 18 of 28 throws and three touchdowns before a sellout crowd
SATURDAY APRIL 17
Lincoln 57, TOPEKA 54 (4194) - The Lightning kept their record unblemished with a narrow win, as QB Monte Christo continued his hot play with three TDs and two scoring runs, and RB Damon Benning added four TDs of his own 
Peoria 50, GREEN BAY 39 (3013) - The Pirates used their strong defense to win. Peoria QB Johnny Johnson tossed four touchdown passes, while Bombers QB Nick Browder threw for two
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         2  0 0  86  39 Lincoln        3  0 0 201 120
Duluth         1  1 0  72  98 Dayton         1  2 0 114 136
GREEN BAY      1  1 0 100  83 Topeka         1  2 0 142 148
MADISON        1  1 0  48  77 Steel Valley   0  3 0 103 165
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY APRIL 23
DAYTON 39, Duluth 13 (3156) - Marvell Scott ran for only 19 yards on 11 carries, but scored twice, to lead the Skyhawks
Madison 37, LINCOLN 34 (4997) - Gene Rhodes scored late to give the Mad Dogs the win, and hand Lincoln their first loss before another sellout crowd
TOPEKA 76, Steel Valley 21 (4273) - Michael Cosey, who has been averaging 100 yards a game, was held to only 36 first-half rushing yards, but QB Akili Roberson threw for 188 yards and six TDs
SATURDAY APRIL 24
PEORIA 38, Green Bay 32 (9385) - Johnny Johnson scored twice, one coming late in the fourth, as the Pirates became the last perfect team in the league, before a record IFL crowd
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         3  0 0 124  71 Lincoln        3  1 0 235 157
MADISON        2  1 0  85 111 Dayton         2  2 0 153 149
Duluth         1  2 0  85 137 Topeka         2  2 0 218 169
GREEN BAY      1  2 0 132 121 Steel Valley   0  4 0 124 241
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY APRIL 30
GREEN BAY 29, Dayton 16 (2896) - Marvel Scott scored a pair of TDs and Tom Sellers added a field goal, but it wasn't enough as the Bombers came storming back to take control of the game
Lincoln 86, DULUTH 64 (3500) - Lightning scored TDs on their first nine possessions. Behind RB Damon Benning and QB Monte Cristo, they scored on all its six first-half drives, then withstood a quick Duluth comeback
MADISON 38, Topeka 26 (4293) - Jean Jourdain ran for 80 yards and two TDs as the Mad Dogs won their third straight
Peoria 52, STEEL VALLEY 45 (4692) - Johnny Johnson threw for 270 yards and five TDs and ran 25 yards for another score, as the Pirates remained perfect, and the Smash remained winless
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         4  0 0 176 116 Lincoln        4  1 0 321 221
MADISON        3  1 0 123 137 Dayton         2  3 0 169 178
GREEN BAY      2  2 0 161 137 Topeka         2  3 0 244 207
Duluth         1  3 0 149 223 Steel Valley   0  5 0 169 293
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY MAY 7
DAYTON 67, Lincoln 61 (2410) - Skyhawk RB Marvell Scott rushed for five TDs and 111 yards, while Danny Smith tossed a 32-yard TD pass to Anthony Payton for the winner in OT
Green Bay 33, MADISON 23 (4422) - Bomber QB Nick Browder threw two TD passes and ran for one TD as Green Bay defeated their arch-rivals
Topeka 43, STEEL VALLEY 39 (4327) - Michael Allen recovered a fumble in the end zone as Topeka rallied for two TDs in the final minute for the win
SATURDAY MAY 8 
PEORIA 69, Duluth 32 (9680) - Another full house saw Pirate QB Johnny Johnson throw for 257 yards and five TDs to keep Peoria perfect
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         5  0 0 245 148 Lincoln        4  2 0 382 288
FRANCHISES - Houston Outlaws, Mississippi Pride, Mobile Admirals, New Orleans Thunder, Shreveport Knights, Toledo Cannon SEASON HIGHLIGHTS - During the spring of 1999, 6 teams struggled to play an eight game regular season. The league was doomed to fail. It had no TV exposure, no marquee players, little press coverage and minimal radio coverage. The league even fired is founder/commissioner in the middle of the season, only to bring him back after the season had ended. Despite all of this, plans were to go forward with a 2000 season, including expansion teams in Buffalo, Orlando, San Jose and Winston-Salem, NC, until the XFL was announced.
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 17
SHREVEPORT 40, Mississippi 12
SUNDAY APRIL 18
Houston 18, TOLEDO 17
Mobile 42, NEW ORLEANS 14 (500) - 
Houston        1  0 0  18  17 Mississippi    0  1 0  12  40
Mobile         1  0 0  42  14 New Orleans    0  1 0  14  42
Shreveport     1  0 0  40  12 Toledo         0  1 0  17  18
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY APRIL 24
Houston 28, MISSISSIPPI 5
MOBILE 15, Shreveport 7
SUNDAY APRIL 25
TOLEDO 34, New Orleans 0
Houston        2  0 0  46  22 Toledo         1  1 0  51  18
Mobile         2  0 0  57  21 Mississippi    0  2 0  17  68
Shreveport     1  1 0  47  27 New Orleans    0  2 0  14  76
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY MAY 1
SHREVEPORT 29, Toledo 13
MOBILE 10, Houston 7
SUNDAY MAY 2
Mississippi 30, NEW ORLEANS 14 (2000) - New Orleans QB Doug Coleman threw two TD passes and directed the Thunder on six drives deep into Pride territory. But three interceptions, two of them in the endzone, proved costly.
Mobile         3  0 0  67  28 Mississippi    1  2 0  47  82
Houston        2  1 0  53  32 Toledo         1  2 0  64  47
Shreveport     2  1 0  76  40 New Orleans    0  3 0  28 106
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 8
Houston 17,SHREVEPORT 14
MOBILE 23, New Orleans 6 (10146) - Mobile led 10-0 at halftime on the strength of a Thad Busby to Jack Jackson 19-yard TD pass. Buford Jordan made his Thunder coaching debut, after replacing Rex Stevenson.
MISSISSIPPI 20, Toledo 17
Mobile         4  0 0  90  34 Shreveport     2  2 0  90  57
Houston        3  1 0  70  46 Toledo         1  3 0  81  67
Mississippi    2  2 0  67  99 New Orleans    0  4 0  34 129
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 15
HOUSTON 27, Toledo 3 (800) - The Toledo (formerly Ohio) Cannon could not overcome five turnovers, including a blocked punt  that resulted in the first Houston TD as the Outlaws won at Memorial Stadium.
MOBILE 36, Mississippi 13 (11026) - An interception that Roderic Gadson returned for a touchdown shifted the momentum back to the Admirals, along with 182 rushing yards by Sherman Williams as the Admirals stayed perfect.
NOTES: The league changed its name to the Indoor Professional Football League (IPFL) FRANCHISES: Hawaii Hammerheads (Honolulu), Idaho Stallions (Boise), Louisiana Bayou Beast (Baton Rouge), Mississippi Fire Dogs (Biloxi), Rocky Mountain Thunder (Colorado Springs), Texas Terminators (Austin)
WEEK ONE (Bye - Hawaii, Texas)
THURSDAY APRIL 8
MISSISSIPPI 45, Louisiana 35 - Player-coach John Fourcade was 23-of-33 passing for 195 yards and two TDs and ran for another score as the Fire Dogs won their debut, holding the Beast to minus-13 yards rushing
SATURDAY APRIL 10
Rocky Mountain 38, IDAHO 37 (6324) - The Stallions scored twice in the final 6 minutes, the last coming with 1:42 to play. Idaho went for a 2-point conversion and the win, but John Gustin's pass was intercepted
Mississippi    1  0 0  45  35 Texas          0  0 0   0   0
R. Mountain    1  0 0  38  37 Idaho          0  1 0  37  38
Hawaii         0  0 0   0   0 Louisiana      0  1 0  35  45
WEEK TWO
WEDNESDAY APRIL 14
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 44, Idaho 37 - Darnell Brooks scored three rushing TDs as the Thunder stopped Idaho's Ed Raiford short of the Thunder's goal on the final play of the game
SATURDAY APRIL 17
HAWAII 27, Mississippi 24
Texas 47, LOUISIANA 28 - The Terminators won their inaugural, as Butch Hadnot scored three TDs, including a final 6-yard run with 21 seconds to play 
R. Mountain    2  0 0  82  74 Mississippi    1  1 0  69  62
Texas          1  0 0  47  28 Idaho          0  2 0  74  82
Hawaii         1  0 0  27  24 Louisiana      0  2 0  63  92
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY APRIL 23
MISSISSIPPI 30, Idaho 8 - Led by Jose Gonzalez' interception for a touchdown to kick off the second half, the Fire Dogs' defense accounted for three second-half touchdowns off interceptions to knock off the Stallions
SATURDAY APRIL 24                
TEXAS 36, Hawaii 21 (5000) - QB James Brown ran for two TDs and threw for two more and Butch Hadnot added an 11-yard score as the Terminators won their home debut. Brown completed 10 of 21 passes for 161 yards
SUNDAY APRIL 25
LOUISIANA 34, R. Mountain 32 - Jack Phillips intercepted a pass by Rocky Jason Torres on the first play of the game and returned it 26 yards for a TD and the Bayou Beast went on to beat the Thunder
Texas          2  0 0  83  49 Hawaii         1  1 0  48  60
Mississippi    2  1 0  99  70 Louisiana      1  2 0  97 124
R. Mountain    2  1 0 114 108 Idaho          0  3 0  97 124
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Mississippi, Rocky Mountain)
THURSDAY APRIL 29
Texas 49, HAWAII 34 (3066) - With QB James Brown completing 18 of 28 passes for 217 yards and two TDs, while also running for two more,  the Terminators won their second game over the Hammerheads in five days
MONDAY MAY 2                     
IDAHO 44, Louisiana 36 (4013) - Louisiana led 36-23, before QB Travis Stuart started the comeback. He completed the scoring with a 13-yard TD pass to Micah Deckart. Stuart finished 17 of 31 for 161 yards and five TDs
Texas          3  0 0 132  83 Hawaii         1  2 0  82 109
Mississippi    2  1 0  99  70 Idaho          1  3 0 126 148
R. Mountain    2  1 0 114 108 Louisiana      1  3 0 133 168
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 8 
LOUISIANA 46, Mississippi 45 - Fire Dog WR Kenny Causey was named offensive player of the week for his eight reception, 88-yard night, accounting for a TD, but it was not enough to beat the Beast
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 36, Texas 29 (5209) - The Thunder's defenders dominated the second half en route to the win
SUNDAY MAY 9
HAWAII 53, Idaho 37 - The Hammerheads didn't allow Idaho a single yard on the ground and forced two interceptions by John Obey, Jr. QB Tim Carey hit Eddie Klaneski as time ran out in the half for a 26-17 lead
R. Mountain    3  1 0 150 137 Hawaii         2  2 0 135 146
Texas          3  1 0 161 119 Louisiana      2  3 0 179 213
Mississippi    2  2 0 144 116 Idaho          1  4 0 163 201
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY MAY 14
Texas 35, MISSISSIPPI 33 - James Brown ran for two TDs and passed for two more to lead the Terminators to the win and a share of first place
SATURDAY MAY 15                  
Idaho 27, HAWAII 26 (OT)
R. MOUNTAIN 39, Louisiana 38 - John Heffelfinger's game-winning 43-yard FG never would have happened if not for luck. James Hemphill appeared to seal the game with an interception, but a penalty wiped it out
R. Mountain    4  1 0 189 175 Hawaii         2  3 0 161 173
Texas          4  1 0 196 152 Idaho          2  4 0 190 227
Mississippi    2  3 0 177 151 Louisiana      2  4 0 217 252
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 22 
IDAHO 63, Mississippi 43 - Fire Dogs player-coach John Fourcade said his team played well enough to win, but Idaho's illegal formations accounted for four TDs, only one of which was called back because of the illegal formation
TEXAS 62, Louisiana 46 (3200) - James Brown threw for seven TDs, including five to Demo Odoms, as the Terminators stayed atop the IPFL
SUNDAY MAY 23
HAWAII 57, Rocky Mountain 40 - The Hammerheads exploded for a 28-0 first-quarter lead Sunday and went on to bury the Thunder. QB Tim Carey threw for 114 yards and two TDs
Texas          5  1 0 258 198 Idaho          3  4 0 253 270
R. Mountain    4  2 0 229 232 Mississippi    2  4 0 220 214
Hawaii         3  3 0 218 213 Louisiana      2  5 0 263 314
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Idaho, Louisiana)
FRIDAY MAY 28
HAWAII 37, Rocky Mountain 18 - Falaniko Vitale became the league's top scorer with two first quarter TDs to help the Hammerheads to an 18-7 halftime lead. The Thunder closed to within four, 22-18, with 10:29 left
SATURDAY MAY 29
TEXAS 34, Mississippi 5 (3216) - Texas entered the game with a league-leading scoring average of 43 points per game, while Mississippi had an average of 36.7. QB James Brown led Texas with 135 yards passing
Texas          6  1 0 292 203 Idaho          3  4 0 253 270
R. Mountain    4  3 0 247 269 Louisiana      2  5 0 263 314
Hawaii         4  3 0 255 231 Mississippi    2  5 0 225 248
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 5
Hawaii 38, IDAHO 34
Mississippi 36, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 27 (2854) - Already the oldest player in the IPFL, Fourcade says this is his last season. The crafty Fourcade completed 19 of 29 passes for 238 yards and two TDs to lead the Dogs
Texas 35, LOUISIANA 13 - The passing of QB James Brown and a tenacious defense propelled the Terminators. Brown completed 24 of 34 passes for 204 yards and five TDs
Texas          7  1 0 327 216 Idaho          3  5 0 287 308
Hawaii         5  3 0 293 265 Mississippi    3  5 0 261 275
R. Mountain    4  4 0 274 305 Louisiana      2  6 0 267 349
NOTE - Bayou Beast DB Chris Beard was paralyzed during the June 5 game. A year later, tragically, Chris' puppy jumped onto his bed one day while the nurse was out and disconnected the oxygen.
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 12
IDAHO 63, Hawaii 51 - In a bizarre twist, Idaho coach Dick Suess quit after the game. Ed Hopper replaced him, lasted one game, was fired for lying on his resume and replaced by defensive coordinator John Wardhaugh
TEXAS 58, Rocky Mountain 15 (3128) - The Terminators got a 52-yard FG from backup kicker Todd Fitzgerald and led 35-0 at halftime. Late in the third, Texas blocked a long FG attempt by Heffelfinger for a third safety
LOUISIANA 31, Mississippi 29 (OT) - The Fire Dogs dominated the game statistically but lost in sudden death as the Louisiana's Mike Shafer kicked a 31-yard FG on the fifth series of overtime
Texas          8  1 0 385 231 R. Mountain   4  5 0 289 363
Hawaii         5  4 0 344 328 Louisiana     3  6 0 307 378
Idaho          4  5 0 350 359 Mississippi   3  6 0 290 306
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY JUNE 18
MISSISSIPPI 59, Louisiana 10
SATURDAY JUNE 19
Hawaii 48, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 44 (3300) - Hawaii scored with 6.3 seconds left to hand the Thunder their fifth straight loss. RB Brendyn Agbayani burst through the Thunder defense to score the winning TD
Texas 42, IDAHO 19 - With about four minutes remaining the score was 42-10, the fans were leaving in droves after seeing QB James Brown pass for five TDs to keep the Terminators in first place
Texas          9  1 0 427 250 Mississippi    4  6 0 349 316
Hawaii         6  4 0 392 372 R. Mountain    4  6 0 333 411
Idaho          4  6 0 369 401 Louisiana      3  7 0 317 437
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Idaho, Louisiana)
SATURDAY JUNE 26
Hawaii 28, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 17 (2378) - The Thunder lost its sixth straight game in a week where Thunder majority owner Tom Schafer resigned abruptly, forcing league officials to take over operations
SUNDAY JUNE 27
MISSISSIPPI 32, Texas 27 - Malcolm McKenzie hauled in a 5-yard TD to pull the Terminators to within five points, 32-27, with 5:56 to play, but the Fire Dogs defense stopped the next two Texas series with fumble recoveries
Texas          9  2 0 454 282 Idaho          4  6 0 369 401
Hawaii         7  4 0 420 389 R. Mountain    4  7 0 350 479
Mississippi    5  6 0 381 343 Louisiana      3  7 0 317 437
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 3
HAWAII 55, Texas 44 (2000) - Eddie Klaneski lead Hawaii, as he returned interceptions 35 and 47 yards for TDs and returned a kickoff 48 yards for another score
MISSISSIPPI 42, Idaho 36 - Stu Rayburn, starting for injured player-coach John Fourcade, was 14 of 24 passing with three TDs, while Markeeth Taylor was in on 12 tackles and had an interception to lead the Fire Dogs
SUNDAY JULY 4
LOUISIANA 37, Rocky Mountain 9- Gail Bush of Pueblo, who had been in charge of the Thunder less than one week since the league took over the team, abruptly resigned Wednesday morning.
Texas          9  3 0 498 337 Idaho          4  7 0 405 443
Hawaii         8  4 0 475 433 Louisiana      4  7 0 354 446
Mississippi    6  6 0 423 379 R. Mountain    4  8 0 359 476
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 10
Hawaii 36, LOUISIANA 13
Rocky Mountain 56, IDAHO 54 - Idaho coach John Wardhaugh will have to wait for his first win, as ,with eight seconds left, the Thunders' Darnell Brooks scored a touchdown to break the team's 7-game losing skid
TEXAS 44, Mississippi 41 - Texas' defense scored two TDs and pressured QB John  Fourcade consistently, as Texas became the first team in the league to clinch a playoff spot
X-Texas       10  3 0 542 378 R. Mountain    5  8 0 415 530
Hawaii         9  4 0 511 446 Idaho          4  8 0 459 499
Mississippi    6  7 0 464 423 Louisiana      4  8 0 367 482
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY JULY 17
MISSISSIPPI 35, Hawaii 20 (5139) - Buster Browne took the pitch in the backfield from John Fourcade and broke Hawaii with a 48-yard TD run to give the Fire Dogs a 27-14 lead they never relinquished
SUNDAY JULY 18
TEXAS 23, Louisiana 16 - Before being yanked late in the first half, James Brown had thrown two interceptions. He returned in the second half and led the Terminators to two late TDs and pulled out the win
Idaho 43, ROCKY  MOUNTAIN 40 (OT) (2466) - Idaho's Ricky Ross made the Thunder pay the price for continually kicking the ball to him. It was Ross's 47-yard KO return in OT that set up the winning score by RB Elijah Raphael
X-Texas       11  3 0 565 394 Idaho          5  8 0 502 539
X-Hawaii       9  5 0 531 481 R. Mountain    5  9 0 455 573
Mississippi    7  7 0 499 443 Louisiana      4  9 0 383 505
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Texas, Hawaii, Mississippi, Rocky Mountain)
SATURDAY JULY 24
LOUISIANA 51, Idaho 34
X-Texas       11  3 0 565 394 Idaho          5  9 0 536 590
X-Hawaii       9  5 0 531 481 Louisiana      5  9 0 434 539
Mississippi    7  7 0 499 443 R. Mountain    5  9 0 455 573
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 30
Mississippi 44, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 34 - The Thunder, who began th season 4-1, was eliminated from playoff consideration
SATURDAY JULY 31
IDAHO 35, Texas 34 - The Stallions scored a TD with just seconds left to trump a Texas comeback. Travis Stuart found Shon King in the end zone with 17 seconds left. With the conversion, the Stallions came away with the victory
SUNDAY AUGUST 1
HAWAII 24, Louisiana 20 (2742) - The Hammerheads clinched second place, but their owners indicated they would play on the road in the playoffs, leading the players to threaten to refuse to leave the island
X-Texas       11  4 0 599 429 Idaho          6  9 0 571 624
X-Hawaii      10  5 0 571 624 Louisiana      5 10 0 454 563
Mississippi    8  7 0 543 477 R. Mountain    5 10 0 489 617
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN - FINAL STANDINGS
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4
Louisiana 32, IDAHO 30 - Doug Coleman threw two TD passes, and a big-play defense forced two safeties as the Bayou Beast won. RB Melvin Hill scored a 3-yard touchdown run for an 11-7 Beast halftime lead
SATURDAY AUGUST 7
MISSISSIPPI 35, Rocky Mountain 28 (6122) - When Hank Martinez leaped over the line for a 1-yard TD to put the Fire Dogs ahead early, it gave the team a seven-point lead it never relinquished before the season's largest crowd
TEXAS 55, Idaho 37 (3000) - After a late fourth-quarter TD run by Micah Deckart, the Stallions seemed on track, but RB Butch Hadnot scored twice in the final 6:46 left
X-Texas       12  4 0 654 466 Louisiana      6 10 0 486 593
X-Hawaii      10  6 0 585 533 Idaho          6 10 0 608 679
X-Mississipp   9  7 0 578 505 R. Mountain    5 11 0 517 652
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
IPFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINAL
Sat Aug 14 - HAWAII (10-6) 36, Mississippi (9-7) 16 - Hawaii held the Fire Dogs well below its regular- season scoring average of 35.9 points per game by intercepting QB John Fourcade three times, one of which was returned for a TD
IPFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - Saturday August 21 at Austin - 4257)
HAWAII  (11-6) 28, TEXAS (12-4) 13 - The Terminators came up short in their attempt to win the title, as Hawaii held IPFL offensive player of the year James Brown in check while capitalizing on four Terminators turnovers to win the championship in the teams' fourth meeting of the season. Brown completed only 10 of 29 passes for 88 yards and threw two interceptions.
GREEN BAY      3  2 0 194 160 Dayton         3  3 0 236 239
MADISON        3  2 0 146 170 Topeka         3  3 0 287 246
Duluth         1  4 0 181 292 Steel Valley   0  6 0 208 336
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY MAY 14
LINCOLN 63, Dayton 41 (4997) - Damon Benning ran for 119 yards and five TDs, and he caught two TD passes from QB Monte Cristo as the Lightning stayed atop the Southern Division
Madison 55, DULUTH 28 (1936) - Madison QB John Hebgen threw for 211 yards and five TDs as the Mad Dogs won before a sparse crowd
Peoria 51, TOPEKA 50 (4824) - In overtime, Topeka went for the win, but their 2-point conversion pass fell short, and the Pirates remained perfect
SATURDAY MAY 15
Green Bay 41, STEEL VALLEY 33 (4223) - The Bombers trailed 27-20 going into the fourth quarter, before scoring three TDs, two on passes from Nick Browder
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         6  0 0 296 198 Lincoln        5  2 0 445 329
GREEN BAY      4  2 0 235 193 Dayton         3  4 0 277 302
MADISON        4  2 0 201 198 Topeka         3  4 0 337 297
Duluth         1  5 0 209 347 Steel Valley   0  7 0 241 377
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Dayton, Topeka)
FRIDAY MAY 21
GREEN BAY 36, Lincoln 27 (3433) - The teams were tied 27-27 going into the fourth quarter, before the Bombers scored on a Heath Garland TD and a Jamie Pucci FG for the win
MADISON 53, Steel Valley 47 (5324) - Smash QB Wilkie Perez threw six TDs in the losing effort, while Madison QB John Hebgen threw five TDs and ran for a score
Peoria 45, DULUTH 41 (2087) - Pirate QB Johnny Johnson tossed a 14-yard TD pass to Elden Milton as Peoria rallied for 16 points in the fourth quarter to stay perfect.
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         7  0 0 341 239 Lincoln        5  3 0 472 365
GREEN BAY      5  2 0 271 220 Dayton         3  4 0 277 302
MADISON        5  2 0 254 245 Topeka         3  4 0 337 297
Duluth         1  6 0 250 392 Steel Valley   0  8 0 288 430
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY MAY 28
DAYTON 53, Steel Valley 19 (3002) - Marvell Scott ran for 71 yards and two TDs, while the Skyhawk defense held the winless Smash to just six points in the first half
GREEN BAY 59, Madison 34 (3433) - The Bombers led 41-13 at the half thanks to four Nick Browder TD passes and a 26-yard fumble recovery for another TD
LINCOLN 65, Duluth 33 (4997) - Another fill house saw Damon Benning rush for 90 yards and four TDs as the Lightning solidified their division hold
PEORIA 36, Topeka 12 (8377) - Sedrick Robinson scored three TDs, two on the ground, as the Pirates stayed perfect
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         8  0 0 377 251 Lincoln        6  3 0 537 398
GREEN BAY      6  2 0 330 254 Dayton         4  4 0 330 321
MADISON        5  3 0 288 304 Topeka         3  5 0 349 333
Duluth         1  7 0 283 457 Steel Valley   0  9 0 307 483
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY JUNE 4
DULUTH 49, Dayton 42 (2154) - The teams combined for 39 points in a wild fourth quarter, as the Jacks held off the Skyhawks despite two late TD passes from QB Michael Armour
Green Bay 50, TOPEKA 32 (4123) - The Bombers exploded for 27 points in the fourth quarter, thanks to the recovery of a blocked FG for a TD
LINCOLN 36, Peoria 34 (4997) - Lightning QB Monte Cristo threw for one TD and ran for another, part of an 82-yard rushing effort, as the Pirates suffered their first loss, and Lincoln wrapped up the first IFL playoff berth
STEEL VALLEY 50, Madison 33 (3124) - The teams were tied at 33 going into the final quarter, before QB Wilkie Perez ran in for a TD, and the Smash won their first game
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Peoria         8  1 0 411 287 X-Lincoln      7  3 0 573 432
GREEN BAY      7  2 0 380 286 Dayton         4  5 0 372 370
MADISON        5  4 0 321 354 Topeka         3  6 0 381 383
Duluth         2  7 0 332 499 Steel Valley   1  9 0 357 516
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Lincoln, Steel Valley)
FRIDAY JUNE 11
Green Bay 41, DULUTH 28 (3103) - The Bombers clinched a playoff berth by scoring the last 21 points of the game, starting with QB Nick Browder's 14-yard TD pass to Jose Banda
Peoria 52, MADISON 22 (4732) - The Pirates wrapped up a playoff berth after jumping out to a 24-0 lead and knocked the Mad Dogs out of the post-season picture
TOPEKA 57, Dayton 52 (3873) - Topeka QB Akili Roberson threw two TD passes to Mike Dritlein in the final minutes to force a tie for second place in the Southern Division and hand the idle Lightning the division title
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
X-Peoria       9  1 0 463 309 Z-Lincoln      7  3 0 573 432
X-GREEN BAY    8  2 0 421 314 Dayton         4  6 0 424 427
MADISON        5  5 0 343 406 Topeka         4  6 0 438 435
Duluth         2  8 0 360 540 Steel Valley   1  9 0 357 516
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY JUNE 18
DAYTON 51, Madison 47 (1804) - Anthony Payton scored on a 25-yard pass late in the game to keep the Skyhawks in the playoff race
STEEL VALLEY 42, Duluth 10 (3223) - Wilkie Perez threw two TD passes as the Smash won their second straight
Topeka 42, GREEN BAY 39 (3829) - Akili Roberson threw for three TD passes and ran for another as the Knights stayed tied for the last playoff spot
SATURDAY JUNE 19
PEORIA 53, Lincoln 25 (8374) - Johnny Johnson threw five TD passes as the Pirates took a 31-0 lead and went on to wrap up the division title
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Z-Peoria      10  1 0 516 334 Z-Lincoln      7  4 0 595 485
X-GREEN BAY    8  3 0 460 356 Dayton         5  6 0 475 474
MADISON        5  6 0 390 457 Topeka         5  6 0 480 474
Duluth         2  9 0 370 592 Steel Valley   2  9 0 399 526
Z-Clinched Divison Title      X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 25
DAYTON 40, Topeka 36 (2577) - Six different players scored to lead the Skyhawks into the playoffs
GREEN BAY 52, Duluth 15 (4231) - Marquette Smith ran for 61 yards and three TDs as the Bombers tuned up for the playoffs
SATURDAY JUNE 26
PEORIA 45, Steel Valley 17 (8516) - Peoria led 28-0 after one quarter and went on to finish with the best record in the IFL
MONDAY JUNE 28
MADISON 47, Lincoln 41 (4631) - John Hebgen threw a 20-yard TD pass late to end the season on a high note for the Mad Dogs, and send a struggling Lightning team into the playoffs on a down note
NORTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA SOUTHERN       W  L T  PF  PA
Z-Peoria      11  1 0 563 351 Z-Lincoln      7  5 0 639 532
X-GREEN BAY    9  3 0 512 371 X-Dayton       6  6 0 515 510
MADISON        6  6 0 436 503 Topeka         5  7 0 516 514
Duluth         2 10 0 385 634 Steel Valley   2 10 0 416 571
Z-Clinched Divison Title      X-Clinched Playoff Berth
IFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
Fri July 2 - Green Bay (9-3) 44, LINCOLN (7-5) 34 (4021) - 
Mon July 5 - PEORIA (11-1) 41, Dayton (6-6) 40 (6369) - The Peoria offense, which struggled all night, nearly blew the game when Mandrell Dean, who had scored twice, fumbled. Dayton's Ronnie Smith picked it up and raced to the Peoria 1, where Marvell Scott would score with 43 seconds left. But kicker Tom Sellers blew the extra point, his second miss of the night
IFL CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday July 10, 1999 at Peoria)
GREEN BAY (10-3) 63, PEORIA (12-1) 60 - The Bombers scored on a 6-yard TD pass with six seconds remaining to win the title. QB Nick Browder threw for 216 yards and three TDs, connecting with receivers Tom Hess and Heath Garland 14 times for 186 yards, including the game-winner to Garland. The Pirates had a chance for a tie as time expired, but kicker Brandon Stewart missed on a 39-yard field goal attempt that had the distance, but sailed wide left.  Peoria coach Bruce Cowdrey resigned following the game, saying "I'm tired of battling officials every week."
snapped a three-game losing streak. Florida K Jay Feely nailed a 21-yard FG as time expired in regulation to tie the game.
IOWA 49, Buffalo 42 (9452) - QB Aaron Garcia scored on a one-yard TD run with 19 seconds left as Iowa remained perfect at home. Buffalo appeared on its way to a win when Bjorn Nittmo hit a 23-yard FG with 53 seconds left.
ARIZONA 75, San Jose 37 (16303) - Donnie Davis completed 14-of-27 passes for 212 yards and four TDs as the Rattlers posted their most lopsided win in club history. Davis threw a pair of TD passes in each half.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         6  2 0 455 364 Tampa Bay      5  2 0 325 252
New England    5  2 0 354 324 Orlando        4  4 0 396 411
New Jersey     3  4 0 297 318 Nashville      3  4 0 332 326
Buffalo        0  7 0 240 326 Florida        3  5 0 357 385
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           6  2 0 417 382 Arizona        5  2 0 400 328
Grand Rapids   5  2 0 377 326 San Jose       4  4 0 400 425
MILWAUKEE      3  5 0 374 450 Portland       3  5 0 346 359
Houston        1  6 0 365 428
WEEK NINE (Bye Week - Orlando)
FRIDAY JUNE 18
NEW JERSEY 44, New England 43 (4223) - Red Dogs QB Rickey Foggie hit Alvin Ashley with a 17-yard TD pass with 21 seconds left. The Sea Wolves had taken the lead 16 second earlier on Greg Delricco's one-yard TD run.
MILWAUKEE 42, Iowa 37 (14302) - Lamart Cooper's 56-yard kickoff return for a score with just over four minutes left proved to be the difference as the Mustangs defeated the first-place Barnstormers for their fourth straight win. 
NASHVILLE 78, Houston 74 (11789) - Darryl Hammond recovered an onside kick and caught a one-yard TD pass with 2 seconds left as the Kats earned a come-from-behind win. QB Andy Kelly thew for 356 yards and 10 TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 19
Arizona 60, TAMPA BAY 41 (10636) - Donnie Davis threw three TD passes in a decisive second quarter, lifting the Rattlers to their fourth straight win. Davis completed 22-of-34 passes for 256 yards and eight TDs.
PORTLAND 46, Grand Rapids 43 (7001) - Portland won as Chuck Reed blocked Remy Hamilton's 48-yard FG as time expired. They led 46-36 after Harry Leons hit Rico Cannon on a 37-yard TD pass with 38 seconds left.
SAN JOSE 58, Florida 50 (13008) - San Jose SaberCats broke a three-game losing streak with the win. They took the lead early and never relinquished it, scoring the first 17 points of the game all coming off Florida turnovers.
MONDAY JUNE 21
Albany 54, BUFFALO 34 (9429) - Mike Pawlawski, who threw six TD passes, hooked up with Eddie Brown on three consecutive TDs in a 10-minute span bridging halves as the Firebirds buried the winless Destroyers.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         7  2 0 509 398 Tampa Bay      5  3 0 366 312
New England    5  3 0 397 368 Nashville      4  4 0 410 400
New Jersey     4  4 0 341 361 Orlando        4  4 0 396 411
Buffalo        0  8 0 274 380 Florida        3  6 0 407 443
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           6  3 0 454 424 Arizona        6  2 0 460 369
Grand Rapids   5  3 0 420 372 San Jose       5  4 0 458 475
MILWAUKEE      4  5 0 416 487 Portland       4  5 0 392 402
Houston        1  7 0 439 506
WEEK TEN (Bye Week - Milwaukee)
FRIDAY JUNE 25
NEW JERSEY 34, Buffalo 20 (4064) - Rickey Foggie completed 20-of-35 passes for 213 yards and two TDs as the Red Dogs shut out Buffalo in the second half. New Jersey trailed Buffalo 20-17 at halftime.
Tampa Bay 57, FLORIDA 35 (5682) - Peter Tom Willis threw for 235 yards and six TDs as the Storm defeated Florida for the 13th straight time. Willis threw four TDs in the first half as the Storm opened a 37-10 halftime lead.
GRAND RAPIDS 63, Orlando 42 (8133) - Craig Kusick completed 20-of-26 passes for 273 yards and six TDs as the Rampage outscored the Predators 28-7 in the second quarter and grabbed a 42-21 lead.
HOUSTON 61, San Jose 57 (3014) - Robert Hall caught a four-yard TD pass from Clint Dolezel with 15 seconds left as the ThunderBears rallied. San Jose took the lead, 57-54, with 9:06 left on a two-yard TD run by Steve Papin.
Arizona 65, NASHVILLE 64 (OT) (13789) - Hunkie Cooper caught a 32-yard TD pass from Chad May 5:40 into OT and May ran in the two-point conversion as the Rattlers rallied for their fifth-straight win.
SATURDAY JUNE 26
Iowa 77, ALBANY 76 (9046) - 
Portland 57, NEW ENGLAND 42 (6704) - 
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         7  3 0 585 475 Tampa Bay      6  3 0 423 347
New England    5  4 0 439 425 Nashville      4  5 0 474 465
New Jersey     5  4 0 375 381 Orlando        4  5 0 438 474
Buffalo        0  9 0 294 414 Florida        3  7 0 442 500
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           7  3 0 531 500 Arizona        7  2 0 525 433
Grand Rapids   6  3 0 483 414 Portland       5  5 0 449 444
MILWAUKEE      4  5 0 416 487 San Jose       5  5 0 515 536
Houston        2  7 0 500 563
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye Week - San Jose)
THURSDAY JULY 1
Nashville 48, GRAND RAPIDS 47 (9478) - Nashville QB Andy Kelly threw for 237 yards and 4 TDs. Craig Kusick hit David McLeod with an 11-yard TD toss two minutes later for Grand Rapids but Remy Hamilton missed the XP.
FRIDAY JULY 2
ALBANY 72, New England 46 (9279) - Mike Pawlawski completed 28-of-33 passes for 339 yards and seven TDs to lead Albany. Pawlawski threw four TD passes in the second half as Albany outscored New England 51-29.
Tampa Bay 59, BUFFALO 14 (9442) - Peter Tom Willis threw four TD passes, including two to Charles Wilson, as the Storm scored early and often. Tampa exploded for three TDs in a 9:23 span of the second quarter to take control.
ORLANDO 37, Florida 24 (14186) - Barry Wagner scored three TDs and recorded 237 all-purpose yards as the Predators snapped a three-game losing streak. Wagner returned an interception 48 yards for a TD.
IOWA 48, Milwaukee 31 (10499) - Aaron Garcia completed 18-of-39 passes for 201 yards and two TDs as Iowa snapped the Mustangs' four-game winning streak and grabbed a 1 1/2-game lead in the Central Division.
HOUSTON 44, New Jersey 38 (2767) - Clint Dolezel completed 25-of-38 passes for 283 yards and five TDs as Houston snapped New Jersey's two-game winning streak. Houston raced to a 31-14 lead and hung on.
Arizona 45, PORTLAND 40 (7129) - Calvin Schexnayder caught seven passes for 101 yards and three TDs as the Rattlers won their sixth-straight game. The Rattlers scored 21 straight points in the second half.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Albany         8  3 0 657 521 Tampa Bay      7  3 0 482 361
New England    5  5 0 477 469 Nashville      5  5 0 522 512
New Jersey     5  5 0 413 425 Orlando        5  5 0 475 498
Buffalo        0 10 0 308 473 Florida        3  8 0 466 537
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Iowa           8  3 0 579 531 Arizona        8  2 0 570 473
Grand Rapids   6  4 0 530 462 San Jose       5  5 0 515 536
MILWAUKEE      4  6 0 447 535 Portland       5  6 0 489 489
Houston        3  7 0 544 611
WEEK TWELVE (Bye Week - Portland)
FRIDAY JULY 9
Houston 55, MILWAUKEE 37 (14298) - Clint Dolezel completed 26-of-35 passes for 305 yards and six TDs as the ThunderBears notched their third straight win, as they exploded for 20 unanswered points in the fourth.
Albany 61, NASHVILLE 59 (11564) - Eddie Brown caught a 35-yard TD pass as time expired as the Firebirds clinched the East. Darryl Hammond caught a TD pass to put Nashville ahead, 59-55, with five seconds left.
SAN JOSE 52, Buffalo 46 (13406) - The SaberCats survived a scare in the final seconds to win, as Mike Jones fumbled on the SaberCats' 16-yard line with 45 seconds left, giving Buffalo a final chance.
SATURDAY JULY 10
Iowa 56, NEW JERSEY 23 (4889) - Aaron Garcia completed 18-of-28 passes for 202 yards and four TDs against his former team as Iowa clinched a playoff berth. Iowa outscored New Jersey, 37-14, in the second half.
Grand Rapids 41, NEW ENGLAND 38 (6980) - Craig Kusick threw for 197 yards and three TDs as the Rampage handed the Sea Wolves their fourth straight loss. Kusick threw all of his scoring passes in the opening half.
SUNDAY JULY 11
TAMPA BAY 47, Orlando 28 (11777) - Peter Tom Willis completed 17-of-29 passes for 214 yards and four TDs as the Storm clinched the Southern Division title. Willis threw three TD passes in the second half.
MONDAY JULY 12
ARIZONA 50, Florida 40 (14556) - The Rattlers clinched the Western Division title and extended the league's longest winning streak to seven games, as Chad May completed 19-of-28 passes for 182 yards and four TDs.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Albany       9  3 0 718 580 Z-Tampa Bay    8  3 0 519 389
New England    5  6 0 515 510 Nashville      5  6 0 581 573
New Jersey     5  6 0 436 481 Orlando        5  6 0 503 545
Buffalo        0 11 0 354 525 Florida        3  9 0 506 587
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
X-Iowa         9  3 0 635 554 Z-Arizona      9  2 0 620 513
Grand Rapids   7  4 0 571 500 San Jose       6  5 0 567 582
Houston        4  7 0 599 648 Portland       5  6 0 489 489
MILWAUKEE      4  7 0 484 590
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye Week - Albany)
FRIDAY JULY 16
NASHVILLE 56, San Jose 45 (14123) - Kats QB Andy Kelly threw for 192 yards and three TDs. He threw a five-yard TD to Darryl Hammond early in the fourth and Anthony Hicks added a two-yard TD run to help Nashville win.
PORTLAND 46, Buffalo 43 (8563) - Ron Lopez scored on a one-yard TD run with 21 seconds left as Portland staved off a huge rally from the Destroyers, who scored 19 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to take a 43-39 lead.
SATURDAY JULY 17
TAMPA BAY 55, New Jersey 31 (11247) - Peter Tom Willis threw for 261 yards and five TDs as the Storm won their fourth straight. Willis fired three TD passes in the 2nd half, when the Storm outscored the Red Dogs, 27-14.
Milwaukee 52, GRAND RAPIDS 51 (9212) - Todd Hammel scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak as time expired for the Mustangs. Remy Hamilton booted a 44-yard FG to put Grand Rapids ahead 51-45 with 43 seconds left.
SUNDAY JULY 18
Orlando 42, FLORIDA 10 (4685) - Pat O'Hara threw four TD passes, including a pair to All-Arena League performer Barry Wagner, as the Predators beat the Bobcats for the eighth time in as many meetings.
ARIZONA 66, New England 40 (15423) - Chad May threw for 350 yards and four TDs as the Rattlers won their eighth straight. May threw three TD passes in the second half as Arizona outscored New England, 42-20
MONDAY JULY 19
IOWA 59, Houston 40 (10695) - Aaron Garcia passed for 278 yards and five TDs, including a pair to Mike Horacek, as Iowa clinched the Central Division title. Clint Dolezel threw for 284 yards and five TDs for Houston.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Albany       9  3 0 718 580 Z-Tampa Bay    9  3 0 574 420
New England    5  7 0 555 576 Nashville      6  6 0 637 618
New Jersey     5  7 0 467 536 Orlando        6  6 0 545 555
Buffalo        0 12 0 397 571 Florida        3 10 0 516 629
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Iowa        10  3 0 694 594 Z-Arizona     10  2 0 686 553
Grand Rapids   7  5 0 622 552 Portland       6  6 0 535 532
MILWAUKEE      5  7 0 536 641 San Jose       6  6 0 612 648
Houston        4  8 0 639 707 Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye Week - Iowa)
FRIDAY JULY 23
BUFFALO 30, Portland 23 (10617) - Tony Kimbrough completed 19-of-30 passes for 221 yards and four TDs as the expansion Destroyers picked up their first win in franchise history.
GRAND RAPIDS 55, Houston 48 (9024) - Craig Kusick completed 25-of-30 passes for 264 yards and six TDs as the Rampage completed a season sweep of Houston. Kusick fired a trio of scoring passes in each half.
Nashville 51, ORLANDO 41 (14013) - Kats QB Andy Kelly completed 27-of-35 passes for 259 yards and three TDs. Nashville overcame a 26-23 halftime deficit thanks to Jason Bratton's 1-yard TD run midway through the third.
SATURDAY JULY 24
ALBANY 71, Florida 39 (13069) - Mike Pawlawski threw for 227 yards and six TDs as the Firebirds moved into a tie for the best record in the league with a rout of the Bobcats, who have lost seven straight.
MILWAUKEE 31, Arizona 28 (15981) - Lamart Cooper scored on a 56-yard TD run off a missed FG with 60 seconds remaining, as the Mustangs stopped the Arizona Rattlers' eight-game winning streak.
Tampa Bay 58, SAN JOSE 48 (14128) - Peter Tom Willis completed 20-of-40 passes for 278 yards and seven TDs as the Storm won for the fifth time in as many meetings against the SaberCats.
MONDAY JULY 26
New Jersey 65, NEW ENGLAND 64 (OT) (10576) - Rickey Foggie hit Alvin Ashley with a 23-yard TD pass with 13:51 left in OT and the Red Dogs came up with a game-saving defensive stand later in the extra session for the win.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Albany      10  3 0 789 619 Z-Tampa Bay   10  3 0 632 468
New Jersey     6  7 0 532 600 Nashville      7  6 0 688 659
New England    5  8 0 619 641 Orlando        6  7 0 586 606
Buffalo        1 12 0 427 594 Florida        3 11 0 555 701
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Iowa        10  3 0 694 594 Z-Arizona     10  3 0 714 584
X-G. Rapids    8  5 0 677 600 Portland       6  7 0 558 562
MILWAUKEE      6  7 0 567 669 San Jose       6  7 0 660 706
Houston        4  9 0 687 762
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye Week - Florida)
FRIDAY JULY 30
ORLANDO 48, Buffalo 40 (14861) - Connell Maynor completed 15-of-24 passes for 185 yards and three TDs as the Predators kept their playoff hopes alive. Maynor is the Predators' third starting quarterback this season.
Nashville 66, NEW JERSEY 51 (5636) - Andy Kelly threw for 317 yards and eight TDs as the Kats wrapped up a playoff berth. Kelly threw five TD passes in the first half when the Kats opened a 35-27 lead.
Albany 63, HOUSTON 55 (4729) - Albany WR Eddie Brown caught 14 passes for 180 yards and five TDs. Brown set a Firebirds record with 1,858 receiving yards and achieved a league mark with 46 receiving touchdowns.
SATURDAY JULY 31
IOWA 56, Grand Rapids 49 (11250) - Aaron Garcia completed 16-of-29 passes for 283 yards and four TDs as the Barnstormers made their claim for the league's top record. Garcia also had three rushing scores.
Milwaukee 56, SAN JOSE 52 (15108) - Lincoln Coleman scored on a 17-yard TD run with 16 seconds left as the Mustangs clinched a playoff berth and completed one of the most dramatic turnarounds in league history.
SUNDAY AUGUST 1
Portland 55, ARIZONA 35 (15533) - Ron Lopez completed 23-of-41 passes for 293 yards and six TDs. He threw threw TDs in the fourth quarter, helping Portland outscore the Rattlers, 31-13.
MONDAY AUGUST 2
TAMPA BAY 54, New England 20 (12410) - Peter Tom Willis threw four TD passes, including three to Charles Wilson, to pace the Storm, who finished tied with Albany and Iowa for the best record, but held the tiebreaker edge.
NATIONAL-EAST                 NATIONAL-SOUTH
Z-Albany      11  3 0 822 674 Z-Tampa Bay   11  3 0 696 488
New Jersey     6  8 0 583 666 X-Nashville    8  6 0 754 710
New England    5  9 0 647 723 X-Orlando      7  7 0 634 646
Buffalo        1 13 0 467 642 Florida        3 11 0 520 643
AMERICAN-CENTRAL              AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Iowa        11  3 0 750 643 Z-Arizona     10  4 0 749 639
X-G. Rapids    8  6 0 726 654 Portland       7  7 0 613 597
X-MILWAUKEE    7  7 0 621 721 San Jose       6  8 0 712 752
Houston        4 10 0 742 815
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
1999 AFL PLAYOFFS - QUARTER-FINALS
Sat Aug 7 - ARIZONA (10-4) 34, Nashville (8-6) 30 (11671) - Lineman Matt Eller caught a three-yard TD toss with 19 seconds left to give Arizona the win. Nashville blew a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Sat Aug 7 - Orlando (7-7) 41, TAMPA BAY (11-3) 19 (10706) - Orlando QB Connell Maynor threw four second half TDs to rally the Predators. Orlando trailed 10-0 at the break only to outscore Tampa Bay 41-9 in the second half. 
Sat Aug 7 - ALBANY (11-3) 55, Grand Rapids (8-6) 45 (10671) - Mike Pawlawski threw for 285 yards and four TDs to help Albany win a playoff game for the first time in three years.
Sat Aug 7 - IOWA (11-3) 66, Milwaukee (7-7) 34 (9151) - Iowa QB Aaron Garcia completed 12-of-17 passes for 249 yards and six TDs. Garcia threw five touchdown passes in the first half, when Iowa raced out to a 42-13 lead.
SEMI-FINALS
Friday August 13 - Orlando (8-7) 48, IOWA (12-3) 41 (9513) - Connell Maynor threw for five TDs as the eighth-seeded Predators clinched their second straight ArenaBowl. Maynor threw three TD passes in the first half.
Saturday August 14 - ALBANY (12-3) 73, Arizona (11-4) 47 (10043) - The  Firebirds advanced to ArenaBowl for the first time in their 10-year history as Mike Pawlawski threw three TD passes to Eddie Brown 
ARENA BOWL XIII (August 21, 1999 at Albany - 13652)
ALBANY FIREBIRDS (13-3) 59, ORLANDO PREDATORS (9-7) 48 - The Albany Firebirds captured their first-ever Arena Football League championship, holding off the Orlando Predators. Mike Pawlawski threw four of his seven touchdown passes to Eddie Brown as Albany built a 17-point halftime lead and fought off repeated comeback attempts by the Predators in the second half.  Pawlawski and Brown hooked up for scores of 12, 29, 14 and five yards. Pawlawski completed 27-of-41 passes for 347 yards with two interceptions, while Brown had 12 catches for 185 yards. Cornell Maynor tried to rally the Predators, throwing a pair of third-quarter TD passes to Jack Jackson that sliced the margin to 38-34. But Pawlawski found Jon Krick from six yards out only 16 seconds later to seal the victory.
Pittsburgh     5  3 0 157 108 GREEN BAY      4  4 0 153 165
Baltimore      3  5 0 136 144 Tampa Bay      4  4 0 122 118
Cincinnati     1  8 0 116 278 Chicago        4  5 0 143 174
Cleveland      1  8 0  83 238 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  2 0 265 118
Seattle        6  2 0 185 128 San Francisco  3  5 0 150 234
Kansas City    5  3 0 190 119 Carolina       3  5 0 186 169
San Diego      4  4 0 127 166 Atlanta        2  7 0 117 216
Oakland        4  4 0 157 153 New Orleans    1  7 0 123 179
Denver         3  6 0 177 195 
WEEK TEN (Bye - Atlanta)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
ARIZONA 23, Detroit 19
Indianapolis 27, NY GIANTS 19
OAKLAND 28, San Diego 9
TAMPA BAY 17, Kansas City 10
BUFFALO 23, Miami 3
JACKSONVILLE 6, Baltimore 3
PHILADELPHIA 35, Washington 28
Tennessee 24, CINCINNATI 14
Cleveland 16, PITTSBURGH 15
Minnesota 27, CHICAGO 24 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 35, Carolina 10
DALLAS 27, Green Bay 13
NEW ORLEANS 24, San Francisco 6
SEATTLE 20, Denver 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 15
NY Jets 24, NEW ENGLAND 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          7  2 0 192 166 Washington     5  4 0 243 238
Indianapolis   7  2 0 250 181 NY Giants      5  4 0 157 165
Buffalo        7  3 0 204 149 Dallas         5  4 0 226 169
New England    6  3 0 208 174 Arizona        3  6 0 115 187
NY Jets        3  6 0 150 171 Philadelphia   3  7 0 149 212
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   8  1 0 216  79 Detroit        6  3 0 201 171
Tennessee      7  2 0 190 171 Minnesota      6  4 0 237 199
Pittsburgh     5  4 0 172 124 Tampa Bay      5  4 0 139 128
Baltimore      3  6 0 139 150 GREEN BAY      4  5 0 166 192
Cleveland      2  8 0  99 253 Chicago        4  6 0 167 201
Cincinnati     1  9 0 130 302 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      7  2 0 300 128
Seattle        7  2 0 205 145 San Francisco  3  6 0 156 258
Kansas City    5  4 0 200 136 Carolina       3  6 0 196 204
Oakland        5  4 0 185 162 Atlanta        2  7 0 117 216
San Diego      4  5 0 136 194 New Orleans    2  7 0 147 185
Denver         3  7 0 194 215 
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Minnesota)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
ARIZONA 13, Dallas 9
GREEN BAY 26, Detroit 17
NY JETS 17, Buffalo 7
TENNESSEE 16, Pittsburgh 10
Baltimore 34, CINCINNATI 31
Indianapolis 44, PHILADELPHIA 17
St. Louis 23, SAN FRANCISCO 7
WASHINGTON 23, NY Giants 13
Carolina 31, CLEVELAND 17
JACKSONVILLE 41, New Orleans 23
Seattle 31, KANSAS CITY 19
Chicago 23, SAN DIEGO 20
MIAMI 27, New England 17
TAMPA BAY 19, Atlanta 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 22
DENVER 27, Oakland 21 (OT)
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          8  2 0 219 183 Washington     6  4 0 266 251
Indianapolis   8  2 0 294 198 NY Giants      5  5 0 170 188
Buffalo        7  4 0 211 166 Dallas         5  5 0 235 182
New England    6  4 0 225 201 Arizona        4  6 0 128 196
NY Jets        4  6 0 167 178 Philadelphia   3  8 0 166 256
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   9  1 0 257 102 Detroit        6  4 0 218 197
Tennessee      8  2 0 206 181 Minnesota      6  4 0 237 199
Pittsburgh     5  5 0 182 140 Tampa Bay      6  4 0 158 138
Baltimore      4  6 0 173 181 GREEN BAY      5  5 0 192 209
Cleveland      2  9 0 116 284 Chicago        5  6 0 190 221
Cincinnati     1 10 0 161 336 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  2 0 323 135
Seattle        8  2 0 236 164 Carolina       4  6 0 227 221
Kansas City    5  5 0 219 167 San Francisco  3  7 0 163 281
Oakland        5  5 0 206 189 Atlanta        2  8 0 127 235
San Diego      4  6 0 156 217 New Orleans    2  8 0 170 226
Denver         4  7 0 221 236 
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Denver)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
DALLAS 20, Miami 0
DETROIT 21, Chicago 17
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
Arizona 34, NY GIANTS 24
INDIANAPOLIS 13, NY Jets 6
ST. LOUIS 43, New Orleans 12
BUFFALO 17, New England 7
Jacksonville 30, BALTIMORE 23
Tampa Bay 16, SEATTLE 3
CAROLINA 34, Atlanta 28
Kansas City 37, OAKLAND 34
Tennessee 37, CLEVELAND 21
Cincinnati 27, PITTSBURGH 20
MINNESOTA 35, San Diego 27
WASHINGTON 20, Philadelphia 17 (OT)
MONDAY NOVEMBER 29
Green Bay 20, SAN FRANCISCO 3
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Indianapolis   9  2 0 307 204 Washington     7  4 0 286 268
Miami          8  3 0 219 203 Dallas         6  5 0 255 182
Buffalo        8  4 0 228 173 NY Giants      5  6 0 194 222
New England    6  5 0 232 218 Arizona        5  6 0 162 220
NY Jets        4  7 0 173 191 Philadelphia   3  9 0 183 276
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville  10  1 0 287 125 Detroit        7  4 0 239 214
Tennessee      9  2 0 243 202 Minnesota      7  4 0 272 226
Pittsburgh     5  6 0 202 167 Tampa Bay      7  4 0 174 141
Baltimore      4  7 0 196 211 GREEN BAY      6  5 0 212 212
Cleveland      2 10 0 137 321 Chicago        5  7 0 207 242
Cincinnati     2 10 0 188 356 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      9  2 0 366 147
Seattle        8  3 0 239 180 Carolina       5  6 0 261 249
Kansas City    6  5 0 256 201 San Francisco  3  8 0 166 301
Oakland        5  6 0 240 226 Atlanta        2  9 0 155 269
San Diego      4  7 0 183 252 New Orleans    2  9 0 182 269
Denver         4  7 0 221 236 
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Buffalo)
THURSDAY DECEMBER 2
JACKSONVILLE 20, Pittsburgh 6
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
ARIZONA 21, Philadelphia 17
DETROIT 33, Washington 17
NEW ENGLAND 13, Dallas 6
SAN DIEGO 23, Cleveland 10
ATLANTA 35, New Orleans 12
GREEN BAY 35, Chicago 19
NY GIANTS 41, NY Jets 28
BALTIMORE 41, Tennessee 14
Indianapolis 37, MIAMI 34
OAKLAND 30, Seattle 21
CINCINNATI 44, San Francisco 30
Kansas City 16, DENVER 10
St. Louis 34, CAROLINA 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
TAMPA BAY 24, Minnesota 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Indianapolis  10  2 0 344 238 Washington     7  5 0 303 301
Miami          8  4 0 253 240 Dallas         6  6 0 261 195
Buffalo        8  4 0 228 173 NY Giants      6  6 0 235 250
New England    7  5 0 245 224 Arizona        6  6 0 183 237
NY Jets        4  8 0 201 232 Philadelphia   3 10 0 200 297
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonvil  11  1 0 307 131 Detroit        8  4 0 272 231
Tennessee      9  3 0 257 243 Tampa Bay      8  4 0 198 158
Pittsburgh     5  7 0 208 187 Minnesota      7  5 0 289 250
Baltimore      5  7 0 237 225 GREEN BAY      7  5 0 247 231
Cincinnati     3 10 0 232 386 Chicago        5  8 0 226 277
Cleveland      2 11 0 147 344 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   10  2 0 400 168
Seattle        8  4 0 260 210 Carolina       5  7 0 282 283
Kansas City    7  5 0 272 211 San Francisco  3  9 0 196 345
Oakland        6  6 0 270 247 Atlanta        3  9 0 190 281
San Diego      5  7 0 206 262 New Orleans    2 10 0 194 304
Denver         4  8 0 231 252
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Chicago)
THURSDAY DECEMBER 9
TENNESSEE 21, Oakland 14
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
Baltimore 31, PITTSBURGH 24
INDIANAPOLIS 20, New England 15
St. Louis 30, NEW ORLEANS 14
WASHINGTON 28, Arizona 3
Carolina 33, GREEN BAY 31
KANSAS CITY 31, Minnesota 28
San Diego 19, SEATTLE 16
CINCINNATI 44, Cleveland 28
NY Giants 19, BUFFALO 17
SAN FRANCISCO 26, Atlanta 7
DALLAS 20, Philadelphia 10
NY JETS 28, Miami 20
TAMPA BAY 23, Detroit 16
MONDAY DECEMBER 13
JACKSONVILLE 27, Denver 24
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Z-Indianapol  11  2 0 364 253 Washington     8  5 0 331 304
Miami          8  5 0 273 268 Dallas         7  6 0 281 205
Buffalo        8  5 0 245 192 NY Giants      7  6 0 254 267
New England    7  6 0 260 244 Arizona        6  7 0 186 265
NY Jets        5  8 0 229 252 Philadelphia   3 11 0 210 317
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonvil  12  1 0 334 155 Tampa Bay      9  4 0 221 174
Tennessee     10  3 0 278 257 Detroit        8  5 0 288 254
Baltimore      6  7 0 268 249 Minnesota      7  6 0 317 281
Pittsburgh     5  8 0 232 218 GREEN BAY      7  6 0 278 264
Cincinnati     4 10 0 276 414 Chicago        5  8 0 226 277
Cleveland      2 12 0 175 388 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   11  2 0 430 182
Seattle        8  5 0 276 229 Carolina       6  7 0 315 314
Kansas City    8  5 0 303 239 San Francisco  4  9 0 222 352
Oakland        6  7 0 284 268 Atlanta        3 10 0 197 307
San Diego      6  7 0 225 278 New Orleans    2 11 0 208 334
Denver         4  9 0 255 279 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Cincinnati)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18
CAROLINA 41, San Francisco 24
KANSAS CITY 35, Pittsburgh 19
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
BALTIMORE 31, New Orleans 8
INDIANAPOLIS 24, Washington 21
OAKLAND 45, Tampa Bay 0
Buffalo 31, ARIZONA 21
Jacksonville 24, CLEVELAND 14
PHILADELPHIA 24, New England 9
CHICAGO 28, Detroit 10
MIAMI 12, San Diego 9
ST. LOUIS 31, NY Giants 10
DENVER 36, Seattle 30 (OT)
NY Jets 22, DALLAS 21
TENNESSEE 30, Atlanta 17
MONDAY DECEMBER 20
MINNESOTA 24, Green Bay 20
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapol  12  2 0 388 274 Washington     8  6 0 352 328
Miami          9  5 0 285 277 Dallas         7  7 0 302 227
Buffalo        9  5 0 276 213 NY Giants      7  7 0 264 298
New England    7  7 0 269 268 Arizona        6  8 0 207 296
NY Jets        6  8 0 251 273 Philadelphia   4 11 0 234 326
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Jacksonvil  13  1 0 358 169 Tampa Bay      9  5 0 221 219
Y-Tennessee   11  3 0 308 274 Detroit        8  6 0 298 282
Baltimore      7  7 0 299 257 Minnesota      8  6 0 341 301
Pittsburgh     5  9 0 251 253 GREEN BAY      7  7 0 298 288
Cincinnati     4 10 0 276 414 Chicago        6  8 0 254 287
Cleveland      2 13 0 189 412 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   12  2 0 461 192
Kansas City    9  5 0 338 258 Carolina       7  7 0 356 338
Seattle        8  6 0 306 265 San Francisco  4 10 0 246 393
Oakland        7  7 0 329 268 Atlanta        3 11 0 214 337
San Diego      6  8 0 234 290 New Orleans    2 12 0 216 365
Denver         5  9 0 291 309 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Philadelphia)
FRIDAY DECEMBER 24
NEW ORLEANS 31, Dallas 24
SATURDAY DECEMBER 25
Denver 17, DETROIT 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 26
ATLANTA 37, Arizona 14
Minnesota 34, NY GIANTS 17
SEATTLE 23, Kansas City 14
BALTIMORE 22, Cincinnati 0
PITTSBURGH 30, Carolina 20
TAMPA BAY 29, Green Bay 10
Buffalo 13, NEW ENGLAND 10 (OT)
ST. LOUIS 34, Chicago 12
TENNESSEE 41, Jacksonville 14
Indianapolis 29, CLEVELAND 28
SAN DIEGO 23, Oakland 20
Washington 26, SAN FRANCISCO 20 (OT)
MONDAY DECEMBER 27
NY Jets 38, MIAMI 31
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapol  13  2 0 417 302 X-Washington   9  6 0 378 348
Buffalo       10  5 0 289 223 Dallas         7  8 0 326 258
Miami          9  6 0 316 315 NY Giants      7  8 0 281 332
New England    7  8 0 279 281 Arizona        6  9 0 221 333
NY Jets        7  8 0 289 304 Philadelphia   4 11 0 234 326
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Z-Jacksonvil  13  2 0 372 210 Y-Tampa Bay   10  5 0 250 229
Z-Tennessee   12  3 0 349 288 Y-Minnesota    9  6 0 375 318
Baltimore      8  7 0 321 257 Detroit        8  7 0 305 299
Pittsburgh     6  9 0 281 273 GREEN BAY      7  8 0 308 317
Cincinnati     4 11 0 276 436 Chicago        6  9 0 266 321
Cleveland      2 14 0 217 437 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   13  2 0 495 204
Kansas City    9  6 0 352 281 Carolina       7  8 0 376 368
Seattle        9  6 0 329 279 Atlanta        4 11 0 251 351
Oakland        7  8 0 349 291 San Francisco  4 11 0 266 419
San Diego      7  8 0 257 310 New Orleans    3 12 0 247 389
Denver         6  9 0 308 316 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - Cleveland)
SUNDAY JANUARY 2
BUFFALO 31, Indianapolis 6
CAROLINA 45, New Orleans 13
DALLAS 26, NY Giants 18
GREEN BAY 49, Arizona 24
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cincinnati 7
Oakland 41, KANSAS CITY 38
Tennessee 47, PITTSBURGH 36
MINNESOTA 24, Detroit 17
PHILADELPHIA 38, St. Louis 31
WASHINGTON 21, Miami 10
NEW ENGLAND 20, Baltimore 3
San Diego 12, DENVER 6
NY JETS 19, Seattle 9
Tampa Bay 20, CHICAGO 6
MONDAY JANUARY 3
ATLANTA 34, San Francisco 29
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Indianapol  13  3 0 423 333 X-Washington  10  6 0 443 377
Y-Buffalo     11  5 0 320 229 Y-Dallas       8  8 0 352 276
Y-Miami        9  7 0 326 336 NY Giants      7  9 0 299 358
NY Jets        8  8 0 308 309 Arizona        6 10 0 245 382
New England    8  8 0 299 284 Philadelphia   5 11 0 272 357
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Jacksonvil  14  2 0 396 217 X-Tampa Bay   11  5 0 270 235
Z-Tennessee   13  3 0 392 324 Y-Minnesota   10  6 0 399 335
Baltimore      8  8 0 324 277 Y-Detroit      8  8 0 322 323
Pittsburgh     6 10 0 317 320 GREEN BAY      8  8 0 357 341
Cincinnati     4 12 0 283 460 Chicago        6 10 0 272 341
Cleveland      2 14 0 217 437 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-St. Louis   13  3 0 526 242
X-Seattle      9  7 0 338 298 Carolina       8  8 0 421 381
Kansas City    9  7 0 390 322 Atlanta        5 11 0 285 380
San Diego      8  8 0 269 316 San Francisco  4 12 0 295 453
Oakland        8  8 0 390 329 New Orleans    3 13 0 260 434
Denver         6 10 0 314 318 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
1999 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - TENNESSEE (13-3) 22, Buffalo (11-5) 16
Wildcard (January 9) - Miami (9-7) 20, SEATTLE (9-7) 17
Divisional (January 15) - JACKSONVILLE (14-2) 62, Miami (10-7) 7
Divisional (January 16) - Tennessee (14-3) 19, INDIANAPOLIS (13-3) 16
Conference (January 23) - Tennessee (15-3) 33, JACKSONVILLE (15-2) 14
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 8) - WASHINGTON (10-6) 27, Detroit (8-8) 13
Wildcard (January 9) - MINNESOTA (10-6) 27, Dallas(8-8) 10
Divisional (January 15) - TAMPA BAY (11-5) 14, Washington (11-6) 13
Divisional (January 16) - ST. LOUIS (13-3) 49, Minnesota (11-6) 37
Conference (January 23) - ST. LOUIS (14-3) 11, Tampa Bay (12-5) 6


















SUPER BOWL 34 (January 30, 2000 at Atlanta)
ST. LOUIS RAMS (15-3) 23, TENNESSEE TITANS (16-3) 16 - Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson at the 1-yard line as time expired, preserving the Rams' first-ever Super Bowl title. The Rams drove inside the Titans' 20 with each of their first six possessions, but compiled just 3 field goals and 1 touchdown to take a 16-0 lead. Holder Mike Horan's bobbled snap averted a 35-yard field-goal attempt to conclude the Rams' first drive. The Titans responded with a 42-yard drive, their longest of the half, but Al Del Greco missed a 47-yard attempt. Jeff Wilkins added 3 field goals and missed a 34-yard attempt while the Titans did not threaten the rest of the half, giving the Rams a 9-0 lead at the intermission despite outgaining the Titans in total yards (294-89). Tennessee drove 43 yards with the second half's opening kickoff, but Todd Lyght blocked Del Greco's 47-yard attempt to keep the Titan's off the board. Kurt Warner's 31-yard pass to Isaac Bruce keyed the ensuing drive that was capped by Warner's 9-yard touchdown pass to Torry Holt with 7:20 left in the third quarter to give the Rams a 16-0 lead. The Titans responded with touchdown drives in excess of seven minutes on each of their next two possessions. Steve McNair's 23-yard scramble set up Eddie George's 1-yard run in the final minute of the third quarter. McNair's 2-point conversion pass to Frank Wycheck was incomplete, but the Titan's defense forced a punt and the offense drove 79 yards in 13 plays, highlighted by 21-yard passes to Isaac Byrd and Jackie Harris, and capped by George's 2-yard run to cut the deficit to 16-13 with 7:21 remaining. The Rams once again failed to get a first down, and following a punt, the Titans needed just 28 yards to set up Del Greco's game-tying 43-yard kick with 2:12 left. On the next play from scrimmage, Warner fired a deep pass down the right sideline to Bruce, who caught the ball at the Titan's 38, cut toward the inside, and outran the defense to the end zone to give the Rams a 23-16 lead with 1:54 left. The Titans drove downfield, and McNair avoided a sack and completed a 16-yard pass to Kevin Dyson to place Tennessee at the Rams' 10 with six seconds remaining. With no timeouts, McNair attempted a quick pass to a slanting Dyson, who caught the ball in stride at the Rams' 3. However, Jones reacted quickly and stepped up to tackle Dyson at the 1-yardline as time expired. Warner, who was named the game's most valuable player, was 24 of 45 for a Super Bowl-record 414 yards and 2 touchdowns. Bruce had 6 catches for 162 yards, and Holt had 7 for 109 yards. McNair was 22 of 26 for 214 yards. The Titans were the first team to come back from a 16-point deficit.
Frankfurt      3  2 0 104 100 Rhein          2  3 0 104  79
Scotland       3  2 0 141 134 Berlin         1  4 0  89 179
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 22
Scotland 42, FRANKFURT 35 (33915) - Claymores QB Dameyune Craig threw for a record 611 yards and tied another mark with five TDs. His main target  was Donald Sellers, who had a league-record 265 receiving yards.
Rhein 36, AMSTERDAM 25 (14056) - The Fire completed a season sweep of the Admirals as Jim Arellanes tossed three TD passes.  Arellanes threw a  57-yard TD pass to Dialleo Burks less than two minues into the game.
SUNDAY MAY 23
BERLIN 27, Barcelona 20 (8667) - Justin Watson scored on a 6-yard run with 1:46 to play, giving the undermanned Thunder the upset, after losing several key players to injuries, including their top two quarterbacks.
Barcelona      4  2 0 132  99 Rhein          3  3 0 140 104
Scotland       4  2 0 183 169 Amsterdam      2  4 0 146 152
Frankfurt      3  3 0 139 142 Berlin         2  4 0 116 199
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 29
Frankfurt 21, RHEIN 20 (40143) - Frankfurt K Ralf Kleinmann hit a 19-yard FG with 15 seconds to go for the win. Frankfurt overcame a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to put themselves squarely in the World Bowl race.
Barcelona 28, AMSTERDAM 19 (10252) - Brian Finneran caught two fourth-quarter TD passes as the Dragons edged ahead in the race to World Bowl '99. The Admirals have lost two in a row at home and three straight overall.
SUNDAY MAY 30
Berlin 28, SCOTLAND 10 (9128) - Chris Dittoe threw a pair of TD passes as the Thunder won their third straight with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman among those in attendance at Scotland's new national stadium.
Barcelona      5  2 0 160 118 Berlin         3  4 0 144 209
Frankfurt      4  3 0 160 162 Rhein          3  4 0 160 125
Scotland       4  3 0 192 197 Amsterdam      2  5 0 165 180
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY JUNE 5
FRANKFURT 21, Amsterdam 14 (35981) - The Galaxy took a big step towards a record fourth World Bowl berth in five years and eliminated the Admirals from the race to reach the championship game.
Rhein 29, BERLIN 0 (10683) - Fire K Manfred Burgsmüller set a new league record by kicking five FGs and the tough Fire defense recorded the first league shutout since in Week 9 of the 1997 season. 
SUNDAY JUNE 6            
BARCELONA 42, Scotland 35 (10687) - Lawrence Phillips ran for 188 yards and capped the greatest comeback in NFL Europe history with a 72-yard TD run with 1:50 left, as Barcelona trailed 28-3 in the first half before rallying.
Barcelona      6  2 0 202 153 Scotland       4  4 0 227 239
Frankfurt      5  3 0 181 176 Berlin         3  5 0 144 238
Rhein          4  4 0 189 125 Amsterdam      2  6 0 179 201
WEEK NINE
SATURDAY JUNE 12
Rhein 59, BARCELONA 14 (10155) - QB Jim Arellanes threw four TDs and ran for one score while RB Kenny Bynum ran for three TDs, as the Fire eclipsed the Orlando Thunder's 58-point mark set in 1991.
SUNDAY JUNE 13
Amsterdam 29, SCOTLAND 20 (10415) - QB Jim Kubiak shattered the  Claymores' World Bowl hopes by passing for two TDs and running for another. Shane Doyle's interception in the final minute clinched the win.
Frankfurt 32, BERLIN 19 (10783) - The Galaxy scored three TDs in the fourth quarter to clinch a spot in World Bowl '99. Trailing 13-11 going into the final period, Frankfurt stormed back with its outburst in the final quarter.
X-Frankfurt    6  3 0 213 195 Scotland       4  5 0 247 268
Barcelona      6  3 0 216 212 Amsterdam      3  6 0 208 221
Rhein          5  4 0 248 139 Berlin         3  6 0 163 270
X-Clinched World Bowl berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY JUNE 19
RHEIN 38, Berlin 10 (31350) - Kenny Bynum ran for 135 yards and a pair of TDs as the defending champions kept alive their World Bowl aspirations. The Fire won their final three games to finish their season 6-4.
AMSTERDAM 30, Scotland 22 (12358) - Jim Kubiak threw three TD passes and James Kidd scored three times as the Admirals withstood a late rally to edge the Claymores.
SUNDAY JUNE 20
Barcelona 28, FRANKFURT 26 (42127) - The Dragons held off a second-half rally to book their place in the championship game. Galaxy K Ralf Kleinmann missed two two field goals inside the two-minute warning.
X-Barcelona    7  3 0 263 246 Amsterdam      4  6 0 236 243
X-Frankfurt    6  4 0 239 223 Scotland       4  6 0 270 298
Rhein          6  4 0 286 149 Berlin         3  7 0 173 308
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 1999 (Sunday June 27, 1999 at Rhein - 39,643)
FRANKFURT GALAXY (6-4) 38, BARCELONA DRAGONS (7-3) 24 - The Galaxy made World Bowl history as they became the first team to win a second championship and game MVP WR Andy McCullough caught a record-equalling three TDs. The Dragons swept the regular season series against the Galaxy. A partisan Rheinstadion crowd saw the Dragons mount a brave comeback after losing the Offensive MVP RB Lawrence Phillips to injury, before Arizona Cardinals-allocated McCullough killed them off. It was McCullough who put the final nail in the coffin for Barcelona when he caught his third touchdown pass of the night, a 7 yarder from Pat Barnes. With only 3:08 left on the clock, it was all but over for the Dragons and the Galaxy faithful began a long night of celebration.
SUNDAY MAY 16
Shreveport 31, NEW ORLEANS 14 - The Knight played the first of three road games, and rolled as QB Raymond Philyaw came into report Jason Martin and went 9-for-16 for 195 yards and two TDs.
Mobile         5  0 0 126  47 Mississippi    2  3 0  80 135
Houston        4  1 0  97  49 Toledo         1  4 0  84  94
Shreveport     3  2 0 121  71 New Orleans    0  5 0  48 160
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY MAY 22
MISSISSIPPI 35, Shreveport 10 - The Pride led 7-0 at the half, before the Knights stormed back and tied the game in the third. The Pride's defense then had interceptions on three of the following four Knight's possessions.
HOUSTON 31, New Orleans 12 - The Outlaws' Claude Mathis found a seam and returned the game's opening kickoff 93 yards for a  TD, and the Outlaws padded their lead on QB Josh LaRocca's 1-yard run in the second quarter.
TOLEDO 20, Mobile 17 at Charleston, WV (300) - The Admirals suffered their first loss, as Ohio quarterback David Kennedy came off the bench to throw two second-half touchdown passes after starter Major Harris was injured. 
X-Houston      5  1 0 128  61 Shreveport     3  3 0 131 106
X-Mobile       5  1 0 143  67 Toledo         2  4 0 104 111
Mississippi    3  3 0 115 145 New Orleans    0  6 0  60 191
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 29
MISSISSIPPI 28, Mobile 20 (7000) - The Pride send Mobile home to ponder what's gone wrong with the league's top team after quarterback Stewart Partridge passed for 274 yards and three touchdowns. 
SUNDAY MAY 30
HOUSTON 17, Shreveport 7 - The Outlaws took a 7-0 lead in the opening quarter when WR Keivi Baker took the handoff on a reverse and threw a 31-yard TD pass to Chann Chavis to stay atop the RFL.
Forfeit-New Orleans over Toledo - The game was scheduled to be played at 7 p.m. May 29 at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans.  The RFL cited "financial considerations" for the cancellation.
X-Houston      6  1 0 145  68 Shreveport     3  4 0 138 123
X-Mobile       5  2 0 163  95 Toledo         2  5 0 104 111
X-Mississippi  4  3 0 143 165 New Orleans    1  6 0  60 191
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY JUNE 5 
New Orleans 12, MISSISSIPPI 7 (4200) - Down 12-7 late in the fourth quarter, Stewart Patridge drove the Pride offense 75 yards to the one yard line. Patridge tried to score twice and didn't get in, and the Thunder won.
MOBILE 14, Houston 3 - After the Admirals beat the Outlaws, the owners voted to start the playoffs early, instead of waiting until June 20. The change knocked the final weekend of regular-season games off the schedule. 
Forfeit-Toledo over Shreveport - The financially strapped Knights had been locked out of the Independence Bowl and that the city of Shreveport had confiscated their uniforms until they pay the stadium $15,700 in back rent. 
X-Mobile       6  2 0 180  98 X-Toledo       3  5 0 104 111
X-Houston      6  2 0 148  82 Shreveport     3  5 0 138 123
X-Mississippi  4  4 0 150 177 New Orleans    2  6 0  82 198
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
RFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
June 12 - MOBILE (6-2) 35, Toledo (3-5) 14 (2873) - After the Mobile owners agreed to pay the Cannon starters $1,000 and reserves $500, the game finally kicked off nearly an hour late. The smallest crowd of the season in Mobile saw the Admirals fall behind 7-0 before taking control. Sherman Williams scored on a 66-yard run and ended up with 147 yards as the Admirals broke it open with 21 unanswered points in the second half.
June 12 - HOUSTON (6-2) 27, Mississippi (4-4) 3 - The Outlaws defense dominated the game and continually frustrated the Mississippi offense. The Outlaws took a 7-0 lead on a Josh LaRocca 11-yard touchdown strike to 
Keivi Baker. After recovering an onside kick, Josh LaRocca threw a second touchdown pass of 4-yards to Baker to make it a 14-0 game.
RFL BOWL I (Saturday June 19, 1999 at Mobile - 5,571)
MOBILE ADMIRALS (7-2) 14, HOUSTON OUTLAWS (7-2) 12 - Behind the rushing of Sherman Williams and the arm of quarterback Frank Costa, Mobile was able to jump out to a 14-3 halftime advantage. Williams plowed in from 2 yards out with 5:56 remaining in the opening quarter. Costa connected with receiver Kevin Lee on an 18-yard touchdown pass with 10:56 until halftime. The Outlaws rallied to within two points with 8:56 left to play when tailback Claude Mathis rushed into the end zone from 3 yards out. Despite a failed two-point conversion that would have tied the contest, the Outlaws fought to the bitter end. With a little more than a minute remaining in the ballgame, Houston faced a fourth-and-10. Mobile's defense stepped up to the plate, batting down a pass at the line of scrimmage. 
Mississippi (4-4)
Houston (6-2)
Mobile (6-2)
Toledo (3-5)
Shreveport (3-5)
New Orleans (2-6)
Rhein (6-4)
Frankfurt (6-4)
Barcelona (7-3)
Amsterdam (4-6)
Scotland (4-6)
Berlin (3-7)
Albany (11-3)
Tampa Bay (11-3)
New Jersey (6-8)
Nashville (8-6)
Iowa (11-3)
Grand Rapids (8-6)
New England (6-8)
Milwaukee (4-10)
Arizona (10-4)
Houston (4-10)
Orlando (7-7)
San Jose (6-8)
Portland (7-7)
Florida (3-11)
Buffalo (1-13)
Peoria (11-1)
Green Bay (9-3)
Lincoln (7-5)
Dayton (6-6)
Madison (6-6)
Duluth (2-10)
Topeka (5-7)
Steel Valley (2-10)
Mississippi (9-7)
Hawaii (10-6)
Texas (12-4)
Idaho (6-10)
Louisiana (6-10)
Rocky Mountain (5-11)
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL FEDERATION - The league, which would play in the spring of 2000, had 13 proposed franchises - New York, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Denver, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Toronto (Turbos), San Jose, Houston, Hartford (Connecticut Patriots) and Hawaii. WHA founder Dennis Murphy and Edward Litwack, the league's president and chief executive officer, acknowledged having preliminary discussions with NBC and Turner Broadcasting, the networks that lost out in the $18 billion NFL contract negotiated in 1998. Entertainer Dionne Warwick was identified as a part owner of the two franchises in Southern California. The league was never heard from after its first press conference.
TURNER-NBC FOOTBALL LEAGUE - First unveiled in May 1998, the new league would begin in eight cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, as well as in mid-sized markets such as Salt Lake City, Orlando,and Birmingham. The league would target the smaller markets to ensure a strong fan base, essential for survival, according to league executives. The schedule would extend 12 to 16 weeks, likely starting in July or August to avoid too much overlap with the NFL, which starts in September. Ad execs said they liked the July-September time frame because of a dearth of major sports at that time of year, except for baseball. The networks said they were looking at a start in 1999 or 2000, but the proposed league, which had grown to 12 franchises, folded when the two networks worked out a $1.2 billion deal with NASCAR. NBC and Turner entered into six-year contracts with NASCAR beginning in 2001 that would provide sports programming for Sundays in July and August that would conflict with the proposed schedule of a summer football league. NBC did cast its lot with the XFL in 2001 and found itself on the end of the worst ratings in sports television history.
XTREME FOOTBALL LEAGUE (INDOOR) - The formation of the league was announced at an April 1999 news conference in Birmingham. The plans were to begin play in April 2000 with 10 to 12 teams committed by June 1. The XFL's playing season would be April through August. Alabama sports entrepreneur Art Clarkson would serve as acting Commissioner of the league as well as own the Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL) franchise. Clarkson named the cities that had already committed: Birmingham, Greenville (SC), Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL), Jacksonville, Norfolk (VA), Pensacola, Richmond (VA), Roanoke (VA) and Tallahassee (FL). Other cities that were considered: Charleston (SC), Fayetteville (NC), Winston-Salem (NC). By June 1999, Biloxi (MS), Greensboro (NC), Lafayette (LA) and Little Rock (AR) were also mentioned as possible franchise sites. In July 1999, it was announced that the Xtreme Football League would merge with arenafootball2, with the XFL teams from Birmingham, Greenville (SC), Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL), Jacksonville, Norfolk (VA), Pensacola, Richmond (VA), Roanoke (VA) and Tallahassee (FL) would be joining the previously committed AF2 teams from Little Rock, Oklahoma City, Quad Cities (IL/IA) and Tulsa (OK). The XFL members each paid $150,000 to enter the af2.
Minnesota Vikings (10-6)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
Detroit Lions (8-8)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross
Baltimore Ravens (8-8)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Tennessee Titans (13-3)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Green Bay Packers (8-8)
Head Coach: Ray Rhodes
St. Louis Rams (13-3)
Head Coach: Dick Vermeil
Pittsburgh Steelers (6-10)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Carolina Panthers (8-8)
Head Coach: George Seifert
Atlanta Falcons (5-11)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
San Francisco 49ers (4-12)
Head Coach: Steve Mariucci 
Seattle Seahawks (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Kansas City Chiefs (9-7)
Head Coach: Gunther Cunningham 
San Diego Chargers (8-8)
Head Coach: Mike Riley
Oakland Raiders (8-8)
Head Coach: Jon Gruden
Chicago Bears (6-10)
Head Coach: Dick Jauron
Denver Broncos (6-10)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan










Washington Redskins (10-6)
Head Coach: Norv Turner
Indianapolis Colts (13-3)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Dallas Cowboys (8-8)
Head Coach: Chan Gailey
Buffalo Bills (11-5)
Head Coach: Wade Phillips
New York Giants (7-9)
Head Coach: Jim Fassel
Arizona Cardinals (6-10)
Head Coach: Vince Tobin
Miami Dolphins (9-7)
Head Coach: Jimmy Johnson
New York Jets (8-8)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Jacksonville Jaguars (14-2)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
Philadelphia Eagles (5-11)
Head Coach: Andy Reid
New England Patriots (8-8)
Head Coach: Pete Carroll
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
New Orleans Saints (3-13)
Head Coach: Mike Ditka
Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet
Cleveland Browns (2-14)
Head Coach: Chris Palmer