CHARTER FRANCHISES (FROM XFL) - The AF2 actually began with the AFL's purchase of the XFL, a proposed indoor league based on the Atlantic southeast coast - Birmingham Steeldogs, Carolina (Greenville) Rhinos, Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL) Vipers, Jacksonville Tomcats, Norfolk Nighthawks, Pensacola Barracudas, Richmond Speed, Roanoke Steam and Tallahassee Thunder OTHER CHARTER FRANCHISES - Arkansas Twisters, Augusta Stallions, Charleston (SC) Swamp Foxes, Greensboro Prowlers, Quad City (Moline, IL) Steamwheelers and Tulsa Talons
WEEK ONE AND TWO (Bye Week - Quad City)
FRIDAY MARCH 31
Tenn Valley 59, BIRMINGHAM 18
FRIDAY APRIL 7
TALLAHASSEE 31, Roanoke 27
JACKSONVILLE 37, Augusta 35
BIRMINGHAM 18, Greensboro 7
SATURDAY APRIL 8
TENN VALLEY 48, Norfolk 15
PENSACOLA 48, Richmond 41
TULSA 53, Carolina 35
ARKANSAS 86, Charleston 13
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Jacksonville   1  0 0  37  35 Tenn Valley    2  0 0 107  33
Augusta        0  1 0  35  37 Arkansas       1  0 0  86  13
Carolina       0  1 0  35  53 Pensacola      1  0 0  48  44
Charleston     0  1 0  13  86 Tallahassee    1  0 0  31  27
Greensboro     0  1 0   7  18 Tulsa          1  0 0  53  35
Norfolk        0  1 0  15  48 Birmingham     1  1 0  36  66
Richmond       0  1 0  41  48 Quad City      0  0 0  0    0
Roanoke        0  1 0  27  31 
WEEK THREE (Bye Week - Birmingham)
FRIDAY APRIL 14
CAROLINA 38, Tenn Valley 26
Jacksonville 37, TALLAHASSEE 36
SATURDAY APRIL 15
NORFOLK 28, Richmond 25
Augusta 63, CHARLESTON 47
QUAD CITY 66, Tulsa 27
PENSACOLA 30, Arkansas 27
SUNDAY APRIL 16
GREENSBORO 37, Roanoke 22
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Jacksonville   2  0 0  74  71 Pensacola      2  0 0  78  71
Augusta        1  1 0  98  84 Quad City      1  0 0  66  27
Carolina       1  1 0  73  79 Tenn. Valley   2  1 0 133  71
Greensboro     1  1 0  44  40 Arkansas       1  1 0 113  43
Norfolk        1  1 0  43  73 Birmingham     1  1 0  36  66
Charleston     0  2 0  60 149 Tallahassee    1  1 0  67  64
Richmond       0  2 0  66  76 Tulsa          1  1 0  80 101
Roanoke        0  2 0  49  68
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Roanoke)
FRIDAY APRIL 21
AUGUSTA 41, Jacksonville 33
Tenn Valley 54, ARKANSAS 45
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Pensacola 43, BIRMINGHAM 34
Norfolk 39, CHARLESTON 38
Quad City 61, TALLAHASSEE 28
CAROLINA 45, Greensboro 19
MONDAY APRIL 24
TULSA 56, Richmond 54
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        2  1 0 139 117 Pensacola      3  0 0 121 105
Carolina       2  1 0 118  98 Quad City      2  0 0 127  55
Jacksonville   2  1 0 107 112 Tenn. Valley   3  1 0 187 116
Norfolk        2  1 0  82 111 Tulsa          2  1 0 136 155
Greensboro     1  2 0  63  85 Arkansas       1  2 0 158  97
Roanoke        0  2 0  49  68 Birmingham     1  2 0  70 109
Charleston     0  3 0  98 188 Tallahassee    1  2 0  95 125
Richmond       0  3 0 103 124
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Norfolk)
FRIDAY APRIL 28
PENSACOLA 66, Tn Valley 59 (OT)
Augusta 44, RICHMOND 13
JACKSONVILLE 59, Carolina 56  
SATURDAY APRIL 29
BIRMINGHAM 36, Roanoke 34
Quad City 58, TULSA 32 
ARKANSAS 74, Tallahassee 66
CHARLESTON 39, Greensboro 25
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        3  1 0 183 130 Pensacola      4  0 0 187 164
Jacksonville   3  1 0 166 168 Quad City      3  0 0 185  87
Norfolk        2  1 0  82 111 Tenn. Valley   3  2 0 246 182
Carolina       2  2 0 174 157 Arkansas       2  2 0 232 163
Charleston     1  3 0 137 213 Birmingham     2  2 0 106 143
Greensboro     1  3 0  88 124 Tulsa          2  2 0 168 213
Roanoke        0  3 0  83 104 Tallahassee    1  3 0 161 199
Richmond       0  4 0 116 168
WEEK SIX (Bye - Arkansas)
FRIDAY MAY 5
Charleston 51, RICHMOND 44
SATURDAY MAY 6
CAROLINA 40, Jacksonville 31
Tulsa 68, ROANOKE 46
QUAD CITY 62, Augusta 50
PENSACOLA 69, Birmingham 42
TENN. VALLEY 63, Tallahassee 40
SUNDAY MAY 7
NORFOLK 49, Greensboro 12
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Norfolk        3  1 0 131 123 Pensacola      5  0 0 256 206
Augusta        3  2 0 233 192 Quad City      4  0 0 247 137
Carolina       3  2 0 214 188 Tenn. Valle    4  2 0 309 222
Jacksonville   3  2 0 197 208 Tulsa          3  2 0 236 259
Charleston     2  3 0 188 257 Arkansas       2  2 0 232 163
Greensboro     1  4 0 100 173 Birmingham     2  3 0 148 212
Roanoke        0  4 0 129 172 Tallahassee    1  4 0 201 262
Richmond       0  5 0 160 219
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Richmond)
FRIDAY MAY 12
TENN. VALLEY 63, Greensboro 9
CAROLINA 53, Birmingham 24
SATURDAY MAY 13
QUAD CITY 76, Norfolk 17
CHARLESTON 33, Pensacola 12
AUGUSTA 50, Arkansas 24
TULSA 74, Tallahassee 53
Jacksonville 63, ROANOKE 41
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        4  2 0 283 216 Quad City      5  0 0 323 154
Carolina       4  2 0 267 212 Pensacola      5  1 0 268 239
Jacksonville   4  2 0 260 249 Tenn. Valley   5  2 0 372 231
Norfolk        3  2 0 148 199 Tulsa          4  2 0 310 312
Charleston     3  3 0 221 269 Arkansas       2  3 0 256 213
Greensboro     1  5 0 109 236 Birmingham     2  4 0 172 265
Richmond       0  5 0 160 219 Tallahassee    1  5 0 254 336
Roanoke        0  5 0 170 235
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Jacksonville)
FRIDAY MAY 19
Quad City 65, ARKANSAS 59 (OT)
Birmingham 37, RICHMOND 23
TALLAHASSEE 50, Pensacola 26
TENNESSEE VALLEY 38, Tulsa 35
SATURDAY MAY 20
NORFOLK 59, Roanoke 39
Augusta 67, GREENSBORO 7
Carolina 58, CHARLESTON 42
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        5  2 0 350 223 Quad City      6  0 0 388 213
Carolina       5  2 0 325 254 Tenn. Valley   6  2 0 410 266
Jacksonville   4  2 0 260 249 Pensacola      5  2 0 294 289
Norfolk        4  2 0 207 238 Tulsa          4  3 0 345 350
Charleston     3  4 0 263 327 Birmingham     3  4 0 209 288
Greensboro     1  6 0 116 303 Arkansas       2  4 0 315 278
Richmond       0  6 0 183 256 Tallahassee    2  5 0 304 362
Roanoke        0  6 0 209 294
WEEK NINE (Bye - Tennessee Valley)
FRIDAY MAY 26
Arkansas 60, RICHMOND 21
AUGUSTA 61, Norfolk 47
CAROLINA 70, Tallahassee 58
Quad City 103, GREENSBORO 3
JACKSONVILLE 53, Birmingham 38 
SATURDAY MAY 27
ROANOKE 71, Charleston 61
Pensacola 73, TULSA 59
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        6  2 0 411 270 Quad City      7  0 0 491 216
Carolina       6  2 0 395 312 Pensacola      6  2 0 367 348
Jacksonville   5  2 0 313 287 Tenn. Valley   6  2 0 410 266
Norfolk        4  3 0 254 299 Tulsa          4  4 0 404 423
Charleston     3  5 0 324 398 Arkansas       3  4 0 375 299























WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Cincinnati)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3
NY GIANTS 21, Arizona 16
Baltimore 16, PITTSBURGH 0
MINNESOTA 30, Chicago 27
Detroit 14, NEW ORLEANS 10
Indianapolis 27, KANSAS CITY 14
Washington 20, CAROLINA 17
Jacksonville 27, CLEVELAND 7
ATLANTA 36, San Francisco 28
OAKLAND 9, San Diego 6
NY Jets 20, GREEN BAY 16
Tampa Bay 21, NEW ENGLAND 16
Philadelphia 41, DALLAS 14
MIAMI 23, Seattle 0
Buffalo 16, TENNESSEE 13
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
ST. LOUIS 41, Denver 36
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          1  0 0  23   0 NY Giants      1  0 0  21  16
Indianapolis   1  0 0  27  14 Washington     1  0 0  20  17
NY Jets        1  0 0  20  16 Philadelphia   1  0 0  41  14
Buffalo        1  0 0  16  13 Dallas         0  1 0  14  41
New England    0  1 0  16  21 Arizona        0  1 0  16  21
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Jacksonville   1  0 0  27   7 Tampa Bay      1  0 0  21  16
Baltimore      1  0 0  16   0 Detroit        1  0 0  14  10
Cincinnati     0  0 0   0   0 Minnesota      1  0 0  30  27
Tennessee      0  1 0  13  16 Chicago        0  1 0  27  30
Pittsburgh     0  1 0   0  16 GREEN BAY      0  1 0  16  20
Cleveland      0  1 0   7  27 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      1  0 0  41  36
Oakland        1  0 0   9   6 Atlanta        1  0 0  36  28
Kansas City    0  1 0  14  27 New Orleans    0  1 0  10  14
Denver         0  1 0  36  41 Carolina       0  1 0  17  20
Seattle        0  1 0   0  23 San Francisco  0  1 0  28  36
San Diego      0  1 0   6   9
WEEK TWO (Bye - Pittsburgh)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
TAMPA BAY 41, Chicago 0
Cleveland 24, CINCINNATI 7
MINNESOTA 13, Miami 7
BUFFALO 27, Green Bay 18
BALTIMORE 39, Jacksonville 36
TENNESSEE 17, Kansas City 14 (OT)
NY Giants 33, PHILADELPHIA 18
Oakland 38, INDIANAPOLIS 31
New Orleans 28, SAN DIEGO 27
St. Louis 37, SEATTLE 34
Carolina 38, SAN FRANCISCO 22
DENVER 42, Atlanta 14
DETROIT 15, Washington 10
ARIZONA 32, Dallas 31
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11
NY JETS 20, New England 19
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        2  0 0  40  35 NY Giants      2  0 0  54  34
Buffalo        2  0 0  43  31 Washington     1  1 0  30  32
Miami          1  1 0  30  13 Philadelphia   1  1 0  59  47
Indianapolis   1  1 0  58  52 Arizona        1  1 0  48  52
New England    0  2 0  35  41 Dallas         0  2 0  45  73
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      2  0 0  55  36 Tampa Bay      2  0 0  62  16
Jacksonville   1  1 0  63  46 Minnesota      2  0 0  43  34
Cleveland      1  1 0  31  34 Detroit        2  0 0  29  20
Tennessee      1  1 0  30  30 Chicago        0  2 0  27  71
Pittsburgh     0  1 0   0  16 GREEN BAY      0  2 0  34  47
Cincinnati     0  1 0   7  24 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      2  0 0  78  70
Oakland        2  0 0  47  37 Atlanta        1  1 0  50  70
Kansas City    0  2 0  28  44 New Orleans    1  1 0  38  41
Denver         1  1 0  78  55 Carolina       1  1 0  55  42
Seattle        0  2 0  34  60 San Francisco  0  2 0  50  74
San Diego      0  2 0  33  37 
WEEK THREE (Bye - Arizona, Indianapolis, Tennessee)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Atlanta 15, CAROLINA 10
NY JETS 27, Buffalo 14
JACKSONVILLE 13, Cincinnati 0
GREEN BAY 6, Philadelphia 3
CLEVELAND 23, Pittsburgh 20
ST. LOUIS 41, San Fran 24
Tampa Bay 31, DETROIT 10
Denver 33, OAKLAND 24
SEATTLE 20, New Orleans 10
Minnesota 21, NEW ENGLAND 13
NY Giants 14, CHICAGO 7
KANSAS CITY 42, San Diego 10
MIAMI 19, Baltimore 6
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Dallas 27, WASHINGTON 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        3  0 0  67  49 NY Giants      3  0 0  68  41
Buffalo        2  1 0  57  58 Arizona        1  1 0  48  52
Miami          2  1 0  49  19 Philadelphia   1  2 0  62  53
Indianapolis   1  1 0  58  52 Washington     1  2 0  51  59
New England    0  3 0  48  62 Dallas         1  2 0  72  94
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      2  1 0  61  55 Tampa Bay      3  0 0  93  26
Jacksonville   2  1 0  76  46 Minnesota      3  0 0  64  47
Cleveland      2  1 0  54  54 Detroit        2  1 0  39  51
Tennessee      1  1 0  30  30 GREEN BAY      1  2 0  40  50
Pittsburgh     0  2 0  20  39 Chicago        0  3 0  34  85
Cincinnati     0  2 0   7  37 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      3  0 0 119  94
Oakland        2  1 0  71  70 Atlanta        2  1 0  65  80
Denver         2  1 0 111  79 New Orleans    1  2 0  48  61
Kansas City    1  2 0  70  54 Carolina       1  2 0  65  57
Seattle        1  2 0  54  70 San Francisco  0  3 0  74 115
San Diego      0  3 0  43  79
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Buffalo, Carolina, Minnesota)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
BALTIMORE 37, Cincinnati 0
Detroit 21, CHICAGO 14
MIAMI 10, New England 3
Philadelphia 21, N. ORLEANS 7
San Francisco 41, DALLAS 24
St. Louis 41, ATLANTA 20
Tennessee 23, PITTSBURGH 20 (OT)
OAKLAND 36, Cleveland 10
Green Bay 29, ARIZONA 3
Kansas City 23, DENVER 22
NY Jets 21, TAMPA BAY 17
Seattle 20, SAN DIEGO 12
Washington 16, NY GIANTS 6
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25
INDIANAPOLIS 43, Jacksonville 14
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        4  0 0  88  66 NY Giants      3  1 0  74  57
Miami          3  1 0  59  22 Washington     2  2 0  67  65
Indianapolis   2  1 0 101  66 Philadelphia   2  2 0  83  60
Buffalo        2  1 0  57  58 Arizona        1  2 0  51  81
New England    0  4 0  51  72 Dallas         1  3 0  96 135
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      3  1 0  98  55 Minnesota      3  0 0  64  47
Tennessee      2  1 0  53  50 Tampa Bay      3  1 0 110  47
Cleveland      2  2 0  64  90 Detroit        3  1 0  60  65
Jacksonville   2  2 0  90  89 GREEN BAY      2  2 0  69  53
Pittsburgh     0  3 0  40  62 Chicago        0  4 0  48 106
Cincinnati     0  3 0   7  74 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      4  0 0 160 114
Oakland        3  1 0 107  80 Atlanta        2  2 0  85 121
Denver         2  2 0 133 102 Carolina       1  2 0  65  57
Kansas City    2  2 0  93  76 New Orleans    1  3 0  55  82
Seattle        2  2 0  74  82 San Francisco  1  3 0 115 139
San Diego      0  4 0  55  99
WEEK FIVE (Bye - New Orleans, New York Jets, Oakland)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
Baltimore 12, CLEVELAND 0
Dallas 16, CAROLINA 13 (OT)
Indianapolis 18, BUFFALO 16
Minnesota 31, DETROIT 24
TENNESSEE 28, NY Giants 14
Pittsburgh 24, JACKSONVILLE 13
ST. LOUIS 57, San Diego 31
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Arizona 20
Chicago 27, GREEN BAY 24
Miami 31, CINCINNATI 16
New England 28, DENVER 19
WASHINGTON 20, Tampa Bay 17
PHILADELPHIA 38, Atlanta 10 
MONDAY OCTOBER 2
KANSAS CITY 24, Seattle 17
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        4  0 0  88  66 NY Giants      3  2 0  88  85
Miami          4  1 0  90  38 Washington     3  2 0  87  82
Indianapolis   3  1 0 119  82 Philadelphia   3  2 0 121  70
Buffalo        2  2 0  73  76 Dallas         2  3 0 112 148
New England    1  4 0  79  91 Arizona        1  3 0  71 108
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      4  1 0 110  55 Minnesota      4  0 0  95  71
Tennessee      3  1 0  81  64 Tampa Bay      3  2 0 127  67
Cleveland      2  3 0  64 102 Detroit        3  2 0  84  96
Jacksonville   2  3 0 103 113 GREEN BAY      2  3 0  93  80
Pittsburgh     1  3 0  64  75 Chicago        1  4 0  75 130
Cincinnati     0  4 0  23 105 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      5  0 0 217 145
Oakland        3  1 0 107  80 Atlanta        2  3 0  95 159
Kansas City    3  2 0 117  93 San Francisco  2  3 0 142 159
Denver         2  3 0 152 130 New Orleans    1  3 0  55  82
Seattle        2  3 0  91 106 Carolina       1  3 0  78  73
San Diego      0  5 0  86 156
WEEK SIX (Bye - Dallas, Kansas City, St. Louis)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
MIAMI 22, Buffalo 13
DETROIT 31, Green Bay 24
N.ENGLAND 24, Indianapolis 16
New Orleans 31, CHICAGO 10
Pittsburgh 20, NY JETS 3
Tennessee 23, CINCINNATI 14
Washington 17, PHILADELPHIA 14
ARIZONA 29, Cleveland 21
Denver 21, SAN DIEGO 7
NY Giants 13, ATLANTA 6
Oakland 34, SAN FRANCISCO 28 (OT)
CAROLINA 26, Seattle 3
Baltimore 15, JACKSONVILLE 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
MINNESOTA 30, Tampa Bay 23
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          5  1 0 112  51 NY Giants      4  2 0 101  91
NY Jets        4  1 0  91  86 Washington     4  2 0 104  96
Indianapolis   3  2 0 135 106 Philadelphia   3  3 0 135  87
Buffalo        2  3 0  86  98 Dallas         2  3 0 112 148
New England    2  4 0 103 107 Arizona        2  3 0 100 129
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Baltimore      5  1 0 125  65 Minnesota      5  0 0 125  94
Tennessee      4  1 0 104  78 Detroit        4  2 0 115 120
Pittsburgh     2  3 0  84  78 Tampa Bay      3  3 0 150  97
Jacksonville   2  4 0 113 128 GREEN BAY      2  4 0 117 111
Cleveland      2  4 0  85 131 Chicago        1  5 0  85 161
Cincinnati     0  5 0  37 128 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      5  0 0 217 145
Oakland        4  1 0 141 108 Carolina       2  3 0 104  76
Kansas City    3  2 0 117  93 New Orleans    2  3 0  86  92
Denver         3  3 0 173 137 San Francisco  2  4 0 170 193
Seattle        2  4 0  94 132 Atlanta        2  4 0 101 172
San Diego      0  6 0  93 177 
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Detroit, Miami, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
ST. LOUIS 45, Atlanta 29
WASHINGTON 10, Baltimore 3
NEW ORLEANS 24, Carolina 6
PITTSBURGH 15, Cincinnati 0
NY GIANTS 19, Dallas 14
BUFFALO 27, San Diego 24 (OT)
Oakland 20, KANSAS CITY 17
DENVER 44, Cleveland 10
Indianapolis 37, SEATTLE 24
NY Jets 34, NEW ENGLAND 17
Philadelphia 33, ARIZONA 14
GREEN BAY 31, San Francisco 28
Minnesota 28, CHICAGO 16
MONDAY OCTOBER 16
TENNESSEE 27, Jacksonville 13
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          5  1 0 112  51 NY Giants      5  2 0 120 105
NY Jets        5  1 0 125 103 Washington     5  2 0 114  99
Indianapolis   4  2 0 172 130 Philadelphia   4  3 0 168 101
Buffalo        3  3 0 113 122 Dallas         2  4 0 126 167
New England    2  5 0 120 141 Arizona        2  4 0 114 162
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      5  1 0 131  91 Minnesota      6  0 0 153 110
Baltimore      5  2 0 128  75 Detroit        4  2 0 115 120
Pittsburgh     3  3 0  99  78 Tampa Bay      3  3 0 150  97
Jacksonville   2  5 0 126 155 GREEN BAY      3  4 0 148 139
Cleveland      2  5 0  95 175 Chicago        1  6 0 101 189
Cincinnati     0  6 0  37 143 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  0 0 262 174
Oakland        5  1 0 161 125 New Orleans    3  3 0 110  98
Denver         4  3 0 217 147 Carolina       2  4 0 110 100
Kansas City    3  3 0 134 113 San Francisco  2  5 0 198 224
Seattle        2  5 0 118 159 Atlanta        2  5 0 130 217
San Diego      0  7 0 117 204 
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - GREEN BAY, NY Giants, San Diego)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19
Detroit 28, TAMPA BAY 14
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
DALLAS 48, Arizona 7
MINNESOTA 31, Buffalo 27
PHILADELPHIA 13, Chicago 9
CINCINNATI 31, Denver 21
INDIANAPOLIS 30, New England 23
New Orleans 21, ATLANTA 19
KANSAS CITY 54, St. Louis 34
CAROLINA 34, San Francisco 16
Tennessee 14, BALTIMORE 6
PITTSBURGH 22, Cleveland 0
OAKLAND 31, Seattle 3
Washington 35, JACKSONVILLE 16
MONDAY OCTOBER 23
NY JETS 40, Miami 37 (OT)
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        6  1 0 165 140 Washington     6  2 0 149 115
Miami          5  2 0 149  91 NY Giants      5  2 0 120 105
Indianapolis   5  2 0 202 153 Philadelphia   5  3 0 181 110
Buffalo        3  4 0 140 153 Dallas         3  4 0 174 174
New England    2  6 0 143 171 Arizona        2  5 0 121 210
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      6  1 0 145  97 Minnesota      7  0 0 184 137
Baltimore      5  3 0 134  89 Detroit        5  2 0 143 134
Pittsburgh     4  3 0 121  78 Tampa Bay      3  4 0 164 125
Jacksonville   2  6 0 142 190 GREEN BAY      3  4 0 148 139
Cleveland      2  6 0  95 197 Chicago        1  7 0 110 202
Cincinnati     1  6 0  68 164 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      6  1 0 296 228
Oakland        6  1 0 192 128 New Orleans    4  3 0 131 107
Kansas City    4  3 0 188 147 Carolina       3  4 0 144 116
Denver         4  4 0 238 178 San Francisco  2  6 0 214 258
Seattle        2  6 0 121 190 Atlanta        2  6 0 149 238
San Diego      0  7 0 117 204
WEEK NINE (Bye - Chicago, Denver, New England)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 29
ATLANTA 13, Carolina 12
WEEK ONE
Saturday April 15
RHEIN 28, Barcelona 17 (28924) - Danny Wuerffel and WR Kevin Drake teamed up for a trio of TDs as the Fire staged a second-half rally. The former Heisman Trophy winner threw for 204 yards and three TDs.
Frankfurt 32, BERLIN 7 (10785) - The Galaxy's march to victory in Berlin's Jahnstadion was held up for 90 minutes when lightning forced the players from the field with 6:02 to go in the 2nd quarter and Frankfurt leading 17-0.
Sunday April 16                  
SCOTLAND 28, Amsterdam 9 (8726) - Tennessee Titans-allocated QB Kevin Daft threw for four TDs and the home defense dominated as the Claymores overturned an early six-point deficit to triumph.
Frankfurt      1  0 0  32   7 Amsterdam      0  1 0   9  28
Rhein          1  0 0  28  17 Barcelona      0  1 0  17  28
Scotland       1  0 0  28   9 Berlin         0  1 0   7  32
WEEK TWO
Saturday April 22
Scotland 17, FRANKFURT 14 (32459) - K Rob Hart made 42-yard field goal with the final play of the third quarter as the Claymores continued their winning start in a game where both offenses struggled to move the ball.
AMSTERDAM 23, Rhein 20 (OT) (12708) - Jim Kubiak threw a 17-yard TD pass to WR Jason Shelly with 1:47 remaining in overtime. The Fire had taken the lead on a 35-yard field goal by Indianapolis Colts kicker Danny Kight.
Sunday April 23                  
Berlin 28, BARCELONA 21 (7500) - Erick Kresser passed for 291 yards and four TDs as the Thunder gave head coach Peter Vaas his first win in the stadium where he spent two years as a Dragons offensive coach.
Scotland       2  0 0  45  23 Frankfurt      1  1 0  46  24
Amsterdam      1  1 0  32  48 Rhein          1  1 0  48  40
Berlin         1  1 0  35  53 Barcelona      0  2 0  28  60
WEEK THREE
Saturday April 29
RHEIN 34, Frankfurt 27 (43129) - Ralf Kleinmann's potential game-winning FG for Frankfurt was blocked by Deshone Mallard and Chris Akins and Matthew Hickl raced 79 yards with the loose ball to score the winning TD.
BERLIN 23, Scotland 20 (7900) - Berlin stormed from fifth place to the top of the standings, as Thunder K Jaret Holmes nailed a 50-yard field goal, worth four points in the NFL Europe League, to start the scoring.
Sunday April 30                  
Barcelona 27, AMSTERDAM 20 (9042) - The home team made a brave effort to recover from a 27-6 deficit, but the misery of defeat was made worse by losing QB Jim Kubiak for the season when he broke his left hand.
Berlin         2  1 0  58  73 Amsterdam      1  2 0  52  75
Rhein          2  1 0  82  67 Barcelona      1  2 0  55  80
Scotland       2  1 0  65  46 Frankfurt      1  2 0  73  58
WEEK FOUR
Saturday May 6
Rhein 18, BARCELONA 7 (21200) - Jeff Ogden, allocated by the Cowboys, caught a pair of touchdown passes to send the Fire into an 18-0 lead on their way to a victory that took their record to a league-best 3-1. 
Amsterdam 20, FRANKFURT 17 (31112) - Admirals K Jose Cortez booted a 48-yard FG as time expired to complete a remarkable comeback victory in Amsterdam's first-ever win in the Waldstadion. 
Sunday May 7                     
SCOTLAND 42, Berlin 3 (8912) - The Claymores converted four interceptions into TDs, as RB Aaron Stecker tied a league record by rushing for three touchdowns and quarterback Kevin Daft threw for three scores.
Rhein          3  1 0 100  74 Berlin         2  2 0  61 115
Scotland       3  1 0 107  49 Barcelona      1  3 0  62  98
Amsterdam      2  2 0  72  92 Frankfurt      1  3 0  90  78
WEEK FIVE
Saturday May 13
RHEIN 22, Scotland 10 (30537) - The heroes were QB Danny Wuurffel, who tossed three touchdown passes, and WR Kevin Drake, who made the Claymores pay for dumping him before the new season by scoring twice. 
Barcelona 42, FRANKFURT 26 (32888) - Barcelona RB Terry Battle rushed for three second half touchdowns as the vengeful World Bowl '99 finalists rooted the reigning champion Galaxy to the basement of the league.
AMSTERDAM 24, Berlin 21 (OT) (10320) - In overtime, Thunder K Jaret Holmes was true from 49 yards, but Amsterdam quarterback Ron Powlus hit L.C. Stevens from 34 yards out in reply to grab a dramatic victory.
Rhein          4  1 0 122  84 Barcelona      2  3 0 104 124
FRANCHISES: Houston Marshals, Los Angeles Dragons, Miami Tropics, San Antonio Matadors
HIGHLIGHTS; During the spring of 2000, four teams began play in a four game mini-season named "Festival 2000." The League's goal for the 2000
season had been to test markets, fans, stadiums, media, sponsors, and entertainment, as well as obtain answers regarding the football product.
Festival 2000 season was supposed to combine professional football in the spring along with musical entertainment. Such acts as the O'Jays, Mark Wills, and Poncho Sanchez were on the SFL menu. After only two weekends of games, with very low attendance, the SFL abruptly ended its Festival 2000. The league announced that it gathered the information it was looking for and would immediately focus on expanding to an eight-team league for a full schedule in 2001. Not soon after the end of Festival 2000, the WWF announced it plans for the XFL, and the SFL then died a quiet death.
MOVING: Portland moved to Oklahoma Wranglers ADDED: Los Angeles Avengers and Carolina Cobras
WEEK ONE (Bye Week - Milwaukee)
THURSDAY APRIL 13
Albany 76, NASHVILLE 65 (11716) - Mike Pawlawski threw an AFL record-tying 10 TD passes as the Firebirds began defense of their title. Pawlawski did not miss a beat all night, completing 29-of-33 passes for 379 yards
FRIDAY APRIL 14
Florida 61, CAROLINA 53 (14123) - Fred McNair completed 22-of-29 passes for 362 yards and eight TDs, including four in the final quarter, as the Florida Bobcats spoiled the Carolina Cobras' debut.
SATURDAY APRIL 15
GRAND RAPIDS 51, Los Angeles 31 (8192) - Craig Kusick completed 20-of-35 passes for 268 yards and five TDs as the Rampage scored 27 straight points and ruined the debut of the Los Angeles Avengers.
ORLANDO 38, New Jersey 21 (10323) - The Predators, who appeared in the last two ArenaBowls, scored 21 straight points to gain a 31-14 lead early in the second half.  Orlando gained just 164 yards of offense on 36 plays.
New England 41, TAMPA BAY 26 (11224) - Chad Salisbury completed 21-of-36 passes for 224 yards and four TDs for the Sea Wolves. Salisbury tossed three scoring passes in the first half.
OKLAHOMA 62, Buffalo 51 (12028) - Ron Lopez completed 24-of-34 passes for 253 yards and eight TDs as the Wranglers won their inaugural contest. Lopez fired three TD strikes to Bobby McGowens in the fourth.
ARIZONA 56, Iowa 48 (13137) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 18-of-30 passes for 310 yards and seven TDs as the Rattlers rallied, after Iowa scored 27 straight points to gain a 40-34 lead late in the third quarter.
SAN JOSE 54, Houston 14 (14509) - Mark Grieb threw for two TDs and Steve Papin and Derri Chachere added a pair of TDs for San Jose. Papin moved
closer to becoming the league's all-time leader in TDs.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         1  0 0  76  65 Arizona        1  0 0  56  48
New England    1  0 0  41  26 Oklahoma       1  0 0  62  51
Buffalo        0  1 0  51  62 San Jose       1  0 0  54  14
New Jersey     0  1 0  21  38 Los Angeles    0  1 0  31  51
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Florida        1  0 0  61  53 Grand Rapids   1  0 0  51  31
Orlando        1  0 0  38  21 MILWAUKEE      0  0 0   0   0
Carolina       0  1 0  53  61 Houston        0  1 0  14  54
Nashville      0  1 0  65  76 Iowa           0  1 0  48  56
Tampa Bay      0  1 0  26  41
WEEK TWO (Bye - Orlando)
THURSDAY APRIL 20
Grand Rapids 52, MILWAUKEE 47 (13006) - Thomas Bailey caught a 9-yard TD pass from Craig Kusick with 4:35 left as the Rampage spoiled the  Mustangs' opener, who trailed 36-10 before scoring 24 straight points.
Carolina 58, LOS ANGELES 50 (10718) - The Cobras picked up their first victory in franchise history. Carolina opened a 52-44 cushion with 7:18 left as Marrio Grier scored on a 28-yard run.
FRIDAY APRIL 21
OKLAHOMA 68, San Jose 64 (8995) - Carlos Johnson caught a 28-yard TD pass from Ron Lopez with 41 seconds left and the Wranglers made a goal-line stand in the closing seconds for their second straight win.
Arizona 48, NEW JERSEY 41 (5072) - Bob McMillen scored on a 9-yard TD run with 18 seconds left as the Rattlers began 2-0 for the third straight season and New Jersey, in its four year, fell to 0-2 for the first time ever.
SATURDAY APRIL 22
ALBANY 41, New England 34 (11769) - The Firebirds survived in their first game without retired superstar Eddie Brown, who stunned the entire league this week by announcing his retirement to spend more time with his family.
Iowa 56, BUFFALO 35 (7894) - Aaron Garcia threw seven TD passes and Iowa converted three second-half turnovers into 21 points in beating Buffalo. The crowd was the smallest in the Destroyers' two-year history.
FLORIDA 31, Tampa Bay 30 (3010) - Jay Feeley missed a pair of FGs and a key extra point as the Bobcats survived with a rare victory over the Storm. Florida improved to 2-0 for the first time since 1994.
Nashville 50, HOUSTON 35 (3803) - Andy Kelly threw for 307 yards and six TDs and Cory Fleming caught nine passes for 175 yards and four scores as the Nashville Kats notched their first victory of the season.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         2  0 0 117  99 Arizona        2  0 0 104  89
New England    1  1 0  75  67 Oklahoma       2  0 0 130 115
Buffalo        0  2 0  86 118 San Jose       1  1 0 118  82
New Jersey     0  2 0  62  86 Los Angeles    0  2 0  81 109
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Florida        2  0 0  92  83 Grand Rapids   2  0 0 103  78
Orlando        1  0 0  38  21 Iowa           1  1 0 104  91
Carolina       1  1 0 111 111 MILWAUKEE      0  1 0  47  52
Nashville      1  1 0 115 111 Houston        0  2 0  49 104
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  56  72
WEEK THREE (Bye - New Jersey)
THURSDAY APRIL 27
Orlando 56, CAROLINA 28 (12762) - Connell Maynor completed 19 of 31 pass for 251 yards and four TDs to lead Orlando. Cobras' rookie QB Jim Arellanes struggled, completing just 6 of 13 passes for 85 yards and a TD.
FRIDAY APRIL 28
HOUSTON 60, Milwaukee 57 (2964) - Houston's Scott Szeredy kicked a game-winning 33-yard FG with 14 seconds left, after the Mustangs had just tied the score on a five-yard run by Jeff Savage with 39 seconds left.
NASHVILLE 34, Florida 27 (10766) - Tyronne Jones scored on a 56-yard KO return and caught a 16-yard TD pass and the Kats recorded five sacks en route to their first win of the season over the Bobcats.
SATURDAY APRIL 29
ALBANY 67, Tampa Bay 34 (9644) - Mike Pawlawski threw eight TD passes and Greg Hopkins had 12 receptions for 124 yards as the Firebirds stayed perfect, and Tampa Bay fell to 0-3 for the first time in team history.
NEW ENGLAND 58, Buffalo 31 (7872) - The Sea Wolves made the most of their home opener as they cruised to a 28-point halftime lead and rolled. Chad Salisbury completed 19-of-22 passes for 256 yards and six TDs.
GRAND RAPIDS 39, Iowa 37 (8316) - Brian Gowins kicked a 35-yard FG on the final play as the Rampage went 3-0 for the first time ever. Iowa took the lead when Mike Horacek caught a 30-yard TD pass with 18 seconds left.
Arizona 51, SAN JOSE 42 (13409) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 20-of-29 passes for 246 yards and six TDs as the Rattlers kept their unblemished record in tact by holding off the SaberCats.
MONDAY MAY 1
Oklahoma 59, LOS ANGELES 33 (9160) -  Ron Lopez threw six TD passes as the Wranglers remained perfect, and kept the Avengers in search of their first franchise win.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         3  0 0 184 133 Arizona        3  0 0 155 131
New England    2  1 0 133  98 Oklahoma       3  0 0 189 148
New Jersey     0  2 0  62  86 San Jose       1  2 0 160 133
Buffalo        0  3 0 117 176 Los Angeles    0  3 0 114 168
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        2  0 0  94  49 Grand Rapids   3  0 0 142 115
Florida        2  1 0 119 117 Houston        1  2 0 109 161
Nashville      2  1 0 149 138 Iowa           1  2 0 141 130
Carolina       1  2 0 139 167 MILWAUKEE      0  2 0 104 112
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  90 139
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Houston)
THURSDAY MAY 4
TAMPA BAY 50, Carolina 29 (10546) - Storm QB John Kaleo completed his first nine passes and finished with 296 yards and six TDs, all season highs for the Storm, who entered the game with the worst-rated passing attack.
FRIDAY MAY 5
NEW ENGLAND 52, Albany 49 (5324) - Chad Salisbury hit Damian Harrell with a 37-yard TD pass with 7:06 left, lifting the Sea Wolves to the win.  Salisbury threw for 317 yards and six TDs, five to  Harrell.
ORLANDO 51, Florida 38 (10072) - Connell Mayor threw five TD passes as the Predators remained unbeaten. The score was tied 31-31at half, before Maynor hit Joe Douglass with a 13-yard TD, putting Orlando ahead for good.
OKLAHOMA 65, Los Angeles 44 (9668) - Ron Lopez threw four TD passes in the first half as the Wranglers led 37-9 at the break and had no problem defeating the Avengers for the second time in five days.
SATURDAY MAY 6
New Jersey 62, BUFFALO 42 (7526) - Tommy Maddox completed 17-of-25 passes for 261 yards and six TDs as the Red Dogs kept the Destroyers winless. Maddox also rushed for a score for the Red Dogs.
Milwaukee 57, GRAND RAPIDS 54 (OT) (8146) - Steve Videtich bailed himself out with a 19-yard FG in overtime, as the Mustangs scored a pair of TDs in the final 19 seconds, but Videtich missed both extra points.
San Jose 54, IOWA 52 (10201) - John Dutton completed 16-of-28 passes for 217 yards and six TDs as the SaberCats held on for a wild win. Aaron Garcia was 18-of-34 for 199 yards and five TDs for Iowa.
Nashville 66, ARIZONA 46 (13619) - Aaron Hamilton recovered a fumble in the end zone to cap a 21-point second quarter as the Kats built a big halftime lead and handed the Arizona Rattlers their first loss.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         3  1 0 233 185 Oklahoma       4  0 0 254 192
New England    3  1 0 185 147 Arizona        3  1 0 201 197
New Jersey     1  2 0 124 128 San Jose       2  2 0 214 185
Buffalo        0  4 0 159 238 Los Angeles    0  4 0 158 233
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        3  0 0 145  87 Grand Rapids   3  1 0 196 172
Nashville      3  1 0 215 184 Houston        1  2 0 109 161
Florida        2  2 0 157 168 MILWAUKEE      1  2 0 161 166
Carolina       1  3 0 168 217 Iowa           1  3 0 193 184
Tampa Bay      1  3 0 140 168
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Grand Rapids)
THURSDAY MAY 11
ARIZONA 55, Los Angeles 28 (13103) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 16-of-28 passes for 259 yards and five TDs as the Rattlers rebounded from their first loss. Avengers QB Todd Marinovich threw for 253 yards and four TDs.
FRIDAY MAY 12
ORLANDO 44, Tampa Bay 43 (13342) - Joe Douglass caught a 17-yard TD pass from Connell Maynor with nine seconds left as the Predators rallied over the Tampa Bay Storm in a rematch from last season's playoffs.
Nashville 49, NEW JERSEY 44 (4107) - Andy Kelly threw for four TDs as the Kats matched the best start in team history. Kelly's performance came one week after he became the third AFL QB to throw 300 TDs.
ALBANY 75, Buffalo 23 (8816) - Jerol Jeffcoat recovered a fumble in the end zone late in the first quarter as Buffalo led 14-3.  But the Firebirds woke up and outscored the Destroyers, 72-9, over the final three quarters.
MILWAUKEE 59, New England 43 (13597) - Kevin McDougal threw for 272 yards and six TDs as the Mustangs won their second straight, while Gary Compton recovered the second-half KO for a TD that bounced off the net.
SAN JOSE 37, Oklahoma 30 (13063) - Mark Grieb threw his fifth TD pass early in the fourth quarter to James Roe as the SaberCats nearly fell to the Wranglers for the second time in four weeks, but held on.
SATURDAY MAY 13
Iowa 73, HOUSTON 63 (3133) - Iowa QB Aaron Garcia threw nine TD passes, one shy of the league record, and Mike Horacek caught five of them. Garcia completed 22-of-34 passes for 358 yards.
SUNDAY MAY 14
FLORIDA 47, Carolina 42 (2117) - Fred McNair atoned for a poor first half by rushing for a pair of second-half TDs and completing a 17-yard touchdown pass to Curtis Ceasar with 10.5 seconds left.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         4  1 0 308 208 Arizona        4  1 0 256 225
New England    3  2 0 228 206 Oklahoma       4  1 0 284 229
New Jersey     1  3 0 168 177 San Jose       3  2 0 251 215
Buffalo        0  5 0 182 313 Los Angeles    0  5 0 186 288
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        4  0 0 189 130 Grand Rapids   3  1 0 196 172
Nashville      4  1 0 264 228 MILWAUKEE      2  2 0 220 209
Florida        3  2 0 204 210 Iowa           2  3 0 266 247
Carolina       1  4 0 210 264 Houston        1  3 0 172 234
Tampa Bay      1  4 0 183 212
WEEK SIX (Bye - Carolina)
THURSDAY MAY 18
TAMPA BAY 40, New Jersey 26 (8741) - John Kaleo threw for 229 yards and four TDs as the Storm beat the Red Dogs for the fourth straight time. Michael Lewis caught seven passes for 141 yards and two scores for the Red Dogs.
FRIDAY MAY 19
NEW ENGLAND 49, Oklahoma 42 (5828) - Damian Harrell caught a 43-yard TD pass from Chad Salisbury with five seconds left as the New Sea Wolves avoided a collapse but pulled out a triumph over the Wranglers.
San Jose 61, BUFFALO 35 (5486) - Mark Grieb completed 18-of-27 passes for 245 yards and five TDs as the SaberCats won their third straight and kept the Destroyers winless.
Orlando 71, NASHVILLE 54 (12423) - Connell Maynor threw six TD passes, including two in the second quarter when the Predators scored 33 points and remained the league's only unbeaten team.
Houston 51, LOS ANGELES 36 (10781) - Robert Hall completed 23-of-35 passes for 228 yards and six TDs as Houston held off the winless Avengers. Los Angeles could not get its first win despite outgaining Houston, 241-194.
SATURDAY MAY 20
Arizona 59, ALBANY 35 (9725) - The Rattlers shockingly scored the game's first 42 points and took over first place in the Western Division with a triumph over the champion Firebirds in a rematch from last year's playoffs.
Grand Rapids 48, FLORIDA 37 (1913) - After winning only three games in each of the last two seasons, the Bobcats entered the game with a chance to top that mark after only six games this year. It didn't happen.
IOWA 75, Milwaukee 55 (9995) - Aaron Garcia threw nine TD passes for the second straight week as the Barnstormers cruised. Garcia completed five TD passes in the second half.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         4  2 0 343 267 Arizona        5  1 0 315 260
New England    4  2 0 277 248 Oklahoma       4  2 0 326 278
New Jersey     1  4 0 194 217 San Jose       4  2 0 312 250
Buffalo        0  6 0 217 374 Los Angeles    0  6 0 222 339
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        5  0 0 260 184 Grand Rapids   4  1 0 244 209
Nashville      4  2 0 318 299 Iowa           3  3 0 341 302
Florida        3  3 0 241 258 Houston        2  3 0 223 270
Tampa Bay      2  4 0 223 238 MILWAUKEE      2  3 0 275 284
Carolina       1  4 0 210 264
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Florida)
THURSDAY MAY 25
IOWA 52, Tampa Bay 35 (9133) - Mike Horacek caught a team-record six TD passes and Iowa made two brilliant defensive stands on a night the team retired the jersey No. 13 worn by Kurt Warner, the Super Bowl MVP.
FRIDAY MAY 26
Nashville 60, CAROLINA 28 (13951) - The Kats scored the game's final 34 points and blanked the expansion Cobras in the second half, to remain undefeated on the road.
Albany 63, NEW JERSEY 55 (4029) - Mike Pawlawski completed 18-of-29 passes for 247 yards and four TDs as the Firebirds maintained their share of first in the Eastern Division, outscoring New Jersey, 42-28, in the first half.
New England 37, BUFFALO 34 (4203) - Charlie Davidson caught a six-yard
TD pass from backup QB Tim Carey with seven seconds left as the Sea Wolves remained tied atop the Eastern Division.
Orlando 35, OKLAHOMA 28 (9074) - The Predators raced to a 21-point, third-quarter lead and held on to remain the league's only undefeated team. Connell Maynor threw three touchdown passes for Orlando.
HOUSTON 58, Grand Rapids 57 (OT) (3133) - Damon Bowers caught a TD pass 6:22 into OT and Scott Szeredy booted the extra point as the ThunderBears inched closer to first place in the Central Division.
SATURDAY MAY 27
ARIZONA 64, Milwaukee 49 (14303) - Arizona Rattlers jumped on the Mustangs early and remained atop the Western Division as Sherdrick Bonner threw seven TD passes.
SAN JOSE 78, Los Angeles 25 (14063) - Steve Papin caught two TD passes and rushed for two more as the SaberCats won their fourth straight. San Jose has won four in a row for the fourth time in franchise history.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         5  2 0 406 322 Arizona        6  1 0 379 309
New England    5  2 0 314 282 San Jose       5  2 0 390 275
New Jersey     1  5 0 249 280 Oklahoma       4  3 0 354 313
Buffalo        0  7 0 251 411 Los Angeles    0  7 0 247 417
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        6  0 0 295 212 Grand Rapids   4  2 0 301 267
Nashville      5  2 0 378 327 Iowa           4  3 0 393 337
Florida        3  3 0 241 258 Houston        3  3 0 281 327
Tampa Bay      2  5 0 258 290 MILWAUKEE      2  4 0 324 348
Carolina       1  5 0 238 324
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Oklahoma)
THURSDAY JUNE 1
San Jose 55, ARIZONA 34 (13369) - The SaberCats used a 28-point fourth quarter to pull away from the Rattlers and move into a first-place tie in the Western Division, as Mark Grieb for 246 yards and five touchdowns.
FRIDAY JUNE 2
ORLANDO 56, Carolina 54 (12762) - Connell Maynor threw three of his four TD passes in the first half when the Predators held the Cobras to nine points and cruised to their seventh straight win.
NASHVILLE 42, Buffalo 29 (10542) - Andy Kelly threw for 237 yards and four TDs as the Kats continued their strong start. After giving up a touchdown on the first possession of the game, Nashville posted 21 straight points.
Iowa 53, MILWAUKEE 38 (12409) - Leonard Conley caught three TD passes and rushed for another score, and Aaron Garcia completed 20-of-36 passes for 261 yards and six scores. as the Barnstormers won their fourth straight..
SATURDAY JUNE 3
ALBANY 62, Houston 55 (10024) - Mike Pawlawski completed 25-of-30 passes for 359 yards and seven TDs as the Firebirds gained sole possession of first place in the Eastern Division.
New Jersey 59, GRAND RAPIDS 52 (8177) - Dimitrious Stanley caught an 11-yard TD pass midway through the fourth quarter and Derek Schorejs added a 24-yard field goal as the Red Dogs posted a much-needed win.
Los Angeles 50, NEW ENGLAND 46 (6112) - Todd Marinovich completed a 14-yard TD pass to Chris Jackson with 23 seconds left as the Avengers notched their first win in team history with a stunning upset.
ADDED: Bismarck Blaze, Black Hills Machine, Billings Thunderbolts, Casper Calvary, Erie Invaders, Fargo Freeze, Flint Flames, Johnstown Jackals, La Crosse River Rats, Minnesota Purple Rage, Sioux City Attack, Sioux Falls Cobras and Wichita Warlords CHANGING NAMES: Topeka Knights became Kings during season
WEEK ONE (Bye - Billings, Topeka, Johnstown)
FRIDAY MARCH 31
LINCOLN 40, Sioux City 27 (4937) - Lightning QB Josh Luedtke completed 14 of 22 passes for 138 yards and two TDs, before he left the game late in the third quarter with a sprained knee
SATURDAY APRIL 1
Duluth 29, MINNESOTA 28 (2735) - Duluth scored 23 second-half points to pull out the win. Lumberjacks’ QB Sean Hoolihan connected with Chester Lewis with 4:02 left for an 18-yard score that proved to be the game-winner
Erie 38, DAYTON 29 (1511) - The Skyhawks were disappointed with the crowd, as Baron Dockery put Dayton back to within 32-29 on a 2-yard TD run with 3:08 left, but the Invaders won on Johnny Smith's third TD pass
Green Bay 51, LA CROSSE 26 (3692) - RB Marquette Smith ran for 73 yards and four TDs as the defending champions ruined the River Rats' debut. QB Rob Slavens threw for two TDs in the losing cause
Steel Valley 49, FLINT 47 (3054)
SUNDAY APRIL 2
PEORIA 46, Madison 20 (8176) - Peoria scored early on a 12-yard pass from QB Gary Porter to WR Eldren Milton. Porter ran six yards for the Pirates' first touchdown of the season. Madison RB Brent Moss ran for 62 yards
MONDAY APRIL 3
Black Hills 41, FARGO 30 (3926)
CASPER 57, Wichita 14 (3973)
Sioux Falls 44, BISMARCK 30 (5016)
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Duluth         1  0 0  29  28 Black Hills    1  0 0  41  30
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  51  26 Casper         1  0 0  57  14
Peoria         1  0 0  46  20 Billings       0  0 0   0   0
La Crosse      0  1 0  26  51 Bismarck       0  1 0  30  44
Madison        0  1 0  20  46 Fargo          0  1 0  30  41
Minnesota      0  1 0  28  29 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        1  0 0  40  27
Erie           1  0 0  38  29 Sioux Falls    1  0 0  44  30
Steel Valley   1  0 0  49  47 Topeka         0  0 0   0   0
Johnstown      0  0 0   0   0 Sioux City     0  1 0  27  40
Dayton         0  1 0  29  38 Wichita        0  1 0  14  57
Flint          0  1 0  47  49
WEEK TWO (Bye - Duluth, Madison, Steel Valley)
FRIDAY APRIL 7
Bismarck 36, CASPER 30
LINCOLN 61, Fargo 34 (4805) - TDs on their first six possessions helped the Lightning cruise. Those six TDs, along with an 18-yard interception return for a TD by LB Ben Buettenback, gave Lincoln a 48- 14 halftime lead
SATURDAY APRIL 8
Billings 70, BLACK HILLS 53
DAYTON 34, Flint 26 (1712) - Flint was only six yards from the end zone midway through the fourth when Mansfield Dinkins smothered QB Robert Hunt's fourth-down pass. Dayton QB Danny Smith threw three TD passes
ERIE 35, Johnstown 24
MINNESOTA 39, La Crosse 13 (2674) - The Rage  scored in nearly every way. QB Colby Vogt ran for a touchdown and threw one to Jamie Oliver. Crawford Jordan returned a kick for a score,but the defense stole this show
Peoria 41, WICHITA 26
Sioux City 47, S.FALLS 31
TOPEKA 38, Green Bay 29 (5317) - The Knights' defense held Green Bay to just nine first-half points and created great field position that Mike Lawrence converted into three TDs as Topeka jumped to a 26-9 lead at the half
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         2  0 0  87  46 Billings       1  0 0  70  53
Duluth         1  0 0  29  28 Bismarck       1  1 0  66  74
GREEN BAY      1  1 0  80  64 Black Hills    1  1 0  94 100
Minnesota      1  1 0  67  42 Casper         1  1 0  87  50
Madison        0  1 0  20  46 Fargo          0  2 0  64 102
La Crosse      0  2 0  39  90 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        2  0 0 101  61
Erie           2  0 0  73  63 Topeka         1  0 0  38  29
Steel Valley   1  0 0  49  47 Sioux City     1  1 0  74  71
Dayton         1  1 0  63  64 Sioux Falls    1  1 0  75  77
Johnstown      0  1 0  24  35 Wichita        0  2 0  40  98
Flint          0  2 0  73  83
WEEK THREE (Bye - Minnesota, Bismarck, Fargo)
FRIDAY APRIL 14
GREEN BAY 53, Madison 27 (3180) - Marquette Smith rushed for 98 yards and three TDs to lead the Bombers. About the only bright spot for the Mad Dogs was that they scored first on a Brent Moss 1-yard plunge
SIOUX FALLS 61, Lincoln 56 (3269) - Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke was stopped at the one with 39 seconds left. Lincoln led 21-0 after the first quarter and 28-10 at halftime, before the Cobras outscored Lincoln 34-7 in the third
SATURDAY APRIL 15
CASPER 32, Black Hills 22
DAYTON 57, Billings 52 (1683) - Before another slim crowd, RB Baron Dockery rushed for 109 yards and three TDs in a week where Skyhawk GM Mike Sprague resigned
JOHNSTOWN 58, Duluth 57
Peoria 67, LA CROSSE 28
TOPEKA 38, Steel Valley 15 (3612) - With the exceptions of his two TD runs, Smash QB Raymond Marrow had a tough time, completing 8 of 20 attempts for 60 yards. Topeka got two second-half touchdowns from QB Jesse Vincent
WICHITA 28, Sioux City 20
SUNDAY APRIL 16
FLINT 57, Erie 54
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         3  0 0 154  74 Casper         2  1 0 119  72
GREEN BAY      2  1 0 133  91 Bismarck       1  1 0  66  74
Minnesota      1  1 0  67  42 Billings       1  2 0 122 110
Duluth         1  1 0  86  86 Black Hills    1  2 0 116 132
Madison        0  2 0  47  99 Fargo          0  2 0  64 102
La Crosse      0  3 0  67 157 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Topeka         2  0 0  76  44
Dayton         2  1 0 120 116 Lincoln        2  1 0 157 122
Erie           2  1 0 127 120 Sioux Falls    2  1 0 136 133
Johnstown      1  1 0  82  92 Sioux City     1  2 0  94  99
Steel Valley   1  1 0  64  85 Wichita        1  2 0  68 118
Flint          1  2 0 130 137
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Dayton)
FRIDAY APRIL 21
Minnesota 48, MADISON 32 (4066) - After a pregame fireworks fire and a falling cable stopping play, the Mad Dogs spotted the Rage a 21-7 lead, giving up three Colby Vogt TD passes and lost their spotty home opener
PEORIA 39, Green Bay 34
SIOUX CITY 59, Wichita 27     
SATURDAY APRIL 22
BISMARCK 52, Flint 24
BLACK HILLS 55, Topeka 27 (5912) - Black Hills scored on its first seven possessions and added a defensive TD. RB Britt Mirgaux rushed for 74 yards and two TDs in the first half to help stake Black Hills to a 41-13 lead
ERIE 49, La Crosse 34
Lincoln 69, DULUTH 28 (2300) - RB Cletus Johnson ran for 125 yards and four TDs as the Lightning rolled to a 35-8 halftime lead and was never threatened
Sioux Falls 47, FARGO 26
STEEL VALLEY 21, Johnstown 19
SUNDAY APRIL 23
BILLINGS 46, Casper 35
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         4  0 0 193 108 Bismarck       2  1 0 118  98
Minnesota      2  1 0 115  74 Billings       2  2 0 168 145
GREEN BAY      2  2 0 167 130 Black Hills    2  2 0 171 159
Duluth         1  2 0 114 155 Casper         2  2 0 154 118
Madison        0  3 0  79 147 Fargo          0  3 0  90 149
La Crosse      0  4 0 101 206 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        3  1 0 226 150
Erie           3  1 0 176 154 Sioux Falls    3  1 0 183 159
Dayton         2  1 0 120 116 Topeka         2  1 0 103  99
Steel Valley   2  1 0  85 104 Sioux City     2  2 0 153 126
Johnstown      1  2 0 101 113 Wichita        1  3 0  95 177
Flint          1  3 0 154 189
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Black Hills)
FRIDAY APRIL 28
GREEN BAY 63, Erie 50
LINCOLN 66, Casper 43 (4918) - Lincoln led 40-29 at the half after they scored 13 points in the final 16 seconds of the first half. They went on to score on its first four possessions of the second half
MADISON 56, La Crosse 27 (2638) - QB Jay McDonagh, intercepted six times in last week's loss to Minnesota, guided the Mad Dogs to TDs on seven of their first eight possessions and their first win
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Billings 59, FARGO 33
Dayton 58, FLINT 21 (1208) - The Skyhawks scored 31 unanswered points in the second half. The score was 27-20 at halftime in Dayton's favor thanks to  Birdie Dockery, who had three of the Skyhawk TDs
Peoria 25, MINNESOTA 21 (2303) - The perfect Pirates connected on a 9-yard TD pass with 11 seconds left. The Rage never trailed in the game until that final TD, and QB Colby Vogt’s final pass was intercepted in the end zone
SIOUX CITY 57, Bismarck 49
S.Falls 44, JOHNSTOWN 37
Steel Valley 46, DULUTH 35
Topeka 47, WICHITA 33 (3788) - After scoring 23 straight second-quarter points, the Knights saw Wichita score the next 19 points and trailed by only three in the third. A 1-yard Michael Lawrence run sealed the win
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         5  0 0 218 129 Billings       3  2 0 227 178
GREEN BAY      3  2 0 230 180 Bismarck       2  2 0 167 155
Minnesota      2  2 0 136  99 Black Hills    2  2 0 171 159
Duluth         1  3 0 149 201 Casper         2  3 0 197 184
Madison        1  3 0 135 174 Fargo          0  4 0 123 208
La Crosse      0  5 0 128 262 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        4  1 0 249 193
Dayton         3  1 0 178 137 Sioux Falls    4  1 0 227 196
Steel Valley   3  1 0 131 139 Topeka         3  1 0 150 132
Erie           3  2 0 226 217 Sioux City     3  2 0 210 175
Johnstown      1  3 0 138 157 Wichita        1  4 0 128 224
Flint          1  4 0 175 247
WEEK SIX (Bye - Sioux Falls)
FRIDAY MAY 5 
BILLINGS 60, Madison 33
LINCOLN 49, Wichita 13
STEEL VALLEY 40, Erie 28      
SATURDAY MAY 6
BISMARCK 52, Black Hills 51
DAYTON 41, Johnstown 20
Duluth 29, LA CROSSE 19
Green Bay 62, FLINT 21
PEORIA 59, Minnesota 13 (9533)
TOPEKA 31, Sioux City 24
MONDAY MAY 8
CASPER 64, Fargo 43
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         6  0 0 277 142 Billings       4  2 0 287 211
GREEN BAY      4  2 0 292 201 Bismarck       3  2 0 219 206
Duluth         2  3 0 190 221 Casper         3  3 0 261 227
Minnesota      2  3 0 149 158 Black Hills    2  3 0 222 211
Madison        1  4 0 168 234 Fargo          0  5 0 170 272
La Crosse      0  6 0 147 291 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        5  1 0 298 206
Dayton         4  1 0 219 157 Sioux Falls    4  1 0 227 204
Steel Valley   4  1 0 171 167 Topeka         4  1 0 181 156
Erie           3  3 0 254 257 Sioux City     3  3 0 234 206
Johnstown      1  4 0 162 198 Wichita        1  5 0 141 273
Flint          1  5 0 196 309
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Flint)
FRIDAY MAY 12
Black Hills 63, WICHITA 61
ERIE 48, Dayton 46
MADISON 49, Steel Valley 24
MINNESOTA 49, Johnstown 33 (2337) - QB Colby Vogt’s four TD passes and 2-yard TD run on the final play of the first half led the Purple Rage, whose defense turned in a dominating first-half effort as the Rage led 28-7
SATURDAY MAY 13
Bismarck 52, BILLINGS 42
GREEN BAY 73, Duluth 50
PEORIA 71, La Crosse 13
SIOUX CITY 30, Fargo 12
SIOUX FALLS 44, Casper 23
TOPEKA 51, Lincoln 47
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         7  0 0 348 155 Bismarck       4  2 0 271 248
GREEN BAY      5  2 0 365 251 Billings       4  3 0 329 263
Minnesota      3  3 0 198 191 Black Hills    3  3 0 285 272
FOLDING: Texas Terminators, Rocky Mountain Thunder and Hawaii Hammerheads CHANGING NAMES: Louisiana Bayou Beasts renamed Rangers ADDED: Mobile Seagulls, Omaha Beef, Shreveport Bombers and Portland Prowlers
WEEK ONE (Bye - Shreveport)
FRIDAY APRIL 7
OMAHA 26, Idaho 12 (8094) - The Beef scored 23 first-quarter points and went on to win their debut. It took the Beef only 15 seconds to score its first-ever TD, as QB Troy Travis hit Vong Xaykosy in the end zone
PORTLAND 52, Louisiana 36 - The Prowlers outscored the Rangers 22-7 in the third quarter, as QB Erik Wilhelm threw four TDs, two each to Elijah Raphael and Chad Carlson, to help lead the Prowlers to their first win
MONDAY APRIL 9
MISSISSIPPI 57, Mobile 33
Mississippi    1  0 0  57  33 Idaho          0  1 0  12  26
Omaha          1  0 0  26  12 Louisiana      0  1 0  36  52
Portland       1  0 0  52  36 Mobile         0  1 0  33  57
Shreveport     0  0 0   0   0 
WEEK TWO (Bye - Idaho)
SATURDAY APRIL 15
LOUISIANA 43, Mobile 29
SHREVEPORT 44, Omaha 39 (3565) - The Bombers scored TDs on their first four possessions of the second half, as the Beef had led 28-25 before a 30-yard TD from Steve Fill to Tremaine Fontaine gave the Bombers the lead
PORTLAND 42, Mississippi 41 (3468) - Portland appeared to be in trouble after the Fire Dogs drove to the Prowlers' six with five seconds remaining. However, Brad Rhodes pushed his 21-yard field goal wide right
Portland       2  0 0  94  77 Omaha          1  1 0  65  56
Shreveport     1  0 0  44  39 Idaho          0  1 0  12  26
Louisiana      1  1 0  79  81 Mobile         0  2 0  62 100
Mississippi    1  1 0  98  75
WEEK THREE (Bye - Mobile)
FRIDAY APRIL 21
Portland 43, OMAHA 23 (7184) - Portland QB Erik Wilhelm threw six TDs to lead the Prowlers. He completed 25 of 36 passes for 193 yards and had scoring tosses of 3, 5, 7, 7, 9 and 10 yards
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Idaho 35, MISSISSIPPI 22 - A tightly contested first half gave way to stymied drives and busted plays as the Stallions won, while Fire Dogs coach John Fourcade said he was disgusted with his team's performance
Louisiana 42, SHREVEPORT 29
Portland       3  0 0 137 100 Mississippi    1  2 0 120 110
Louisiana      2  1 0 121 110 Omaha          1  2 0  88  89
Idaho          1  1 0  47  48 Mobile         0  2 0  62 100
Shreveport     1  1 0  73  81
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Louisiana)
FRIDAY APRIL 28
MOBILE 30, Missisippi 23      
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Omaha 38, IDAHO 33 (5059) - Omaha QB Brad McClatchey, who started the first and third quarters, connected with Quincy Kenoly for 30-yard TD, while Clinton Childs rushed for 70 of the team's 133 yards
PORTLAND 31, Shreveport 10 - In a game that was tied 10-10 at the end of the third quarter, the Prowlers grounded the Bombers with 21 unanswered points in the final quarter of play to remain the only perfect IPFL team
Portland       4  0 0 168 110 Mobile         1  2 0  92 123
Louisiana      2  1 0 121 110 Shreveport     1  2 0  83 112
Omaha          2  2 0 126 132 Mississippi    1  3 0 143 140
Idaho          1  2 0  80  86
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Omaha)
FRIDAY MAY 5
MOBILE 19, Portland 13 - Mobile held the Prowlers without a first down until the 9:00 mark of the third. Still, the Prowlers had the game in their grasp with :04 on the game clock, only to have a Jef Wood 27-yard field goal miss wide
SATURDAY MAY 6
LOUISIANA 50, Mississippi 37 
SUNDAY MAY 7
Idaho 44, SHREVEPORT 38 
Portland       4  1 0 181 129 Omaha          2  2 0 126 132
Louisiana      3  1 0 171 147 Shreveport     1  3 0 121 156
Idaho          2  2 0 124 124 Mississippi    1  4 0 180 190
Mobile         2  2 0 111 136
WEEK SIX (Bye - Mississippi)
SATURDAY MAY 13
IDAHO 41, Portland 30 - Idaho captured its first home win behind the play of QB Albert Higgs, who finished with 167 yards of total offense and had a hand in five Stallions' TDs
LOUISIANA 39, Shreveport 19
Omaha 39, MOBILE 36 (2622) - Troy Travis threw a decisive 8-yard TD pass to Clinton Childs, and the Beef used a late goal-line stand to hold off Mobile. Travis completed 12 of 22 passes for 145 yards, with three TDs
Louisiana      4  1 0 210 166 Mobile         2  3 0 147 175
Portland       4  2 0 211 170 Mississippi    1  4 0 180 190
Idaho          3  2 0 165 154 Shreveport     1  4 0 140 195
Omaha          3  2 0 165 168
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Mobile)
SATURDAY MAY 20
Louisiana 40, OMAHA 33 (5609)
PORTLAND 46, Idaho 35 - A 25-point third quarter and seven forced turnovers helped Portland win. In addition to his two rushing scores, Prowler QB Erik Wilhelm was 20-27-0 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns
SUNDAY MAY 21
MISSISSIPPI 57, Shreveport 17
Louisiana      5  1 0 250 199 Mobile         2  3 0 147 175
Portland       5  2 0 257 205 Mississippi    2  4 0 237 207
Idaho          3  3 0 200 200 Shreveport     1  5 0 157 252
Omaha          3  3 0 198 208
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Idaho, Portland, Mississippi)
FRIDAY MAY 26
OMAHA 28, Shreveport 6 (5094) - The Beef held the Bombers to just two points in each of the first three quarters and shut them out in the fourth. The Omaha offense was held to just 14 points through three quarters
SATURDAY MAY 27
MOBILE 53, Louisiana 32
Louisiana      5  2 0 282 252 Mobile         3  3 0 200 207
Portland       5  2 0 257 205 Mississippi    2  4 0 237 207
Omaha          4  3 0 226 214 Shreveport     1  6 0 163 280
Idaho          3  3 0 200 200
WEEK NINE (Bye - Omaha)
SATURDAY JUNE 3
Mississippi 51, IDAHO 28 (4194) - QB/Head Coach John Fourcade doesn't have much hair, mobility or patience, but he sure stuck it to the Stallions, as his Fire Dogs scored 34 unanswered points
Portland 61, LOUISIANA 55 - The Prowlers were led by QB Erik Wilhelm, who completed 25 of 32 passes for 233 yards and 6 TDs. Wilhelm added two rushing TDs and completing 4 passes for two-point conversions
SHREVEPORT 34, Mobile 31
Portland       6  2 0 318 260 Mississippi    3  4 0 288 235
Louisiana      5  3 0 337 313 Mobile         3  4 0 231 241
Omaha          4  3 0 226 214 Shreveport     2  6 0 197 311
Idaho          3  4 0 228 251
WEEK TEN (Bye - Idaho)
SATURDAY JUNE 10
TAMPA BAY 77, Florida 26 (12417) - Tampa Bay outscored Florida 20-0 during the third quarter on its way to the most points it has ever scored in the Ice Palace. QB John Kaleo was sharp, tossing five touchdowns.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         6  2 0 468 377 Arizona        6  2 0 413 364
New England    5  3 0 360 332 San Jose       6  2 0 445 309
New Jersey     2  5 0 299 326 Oklahoma       4  3 0 354 313
Buffalo        0  8 0 289 453 Los Angeles    1  7 0 297 463
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        7  0 0 351 266 Iowa           5  3 0 446 375
Nashville      6  2 0 420 356 Grand Rapids   4  3 0 353 326
Florida        3  4 0 267 335 Houston        3  4 0 336 389
Tampa Bay      3  5 0 335 316 MILWAUKEE      2  5 0 362 401
Carolina       1  6 0 292 380
WEEK NINE (Bye Week - Tampa Bay)
THURSDAY JUNE 8
IOWA 66, Houston 61 (9655) - Aaron Garcia completed 24-of-30 passes for 357 yards and nine TDs as the Barnstormers won their fifth straight game, riding its longest win streak since a five-game run to close the 1997 season.
FRIDAY JUNE 9
Milwaukee 63, CAROLINA 16 (12823) - Kevin McDougal threw four TD passes and the Mustangs built a huge early lead and coasted to a pounding of the reeling expansion Cobras, who have lost seven straight.
Grand Rapids 46, ORLANDO 34 (13326) - Craig Kusick used his arm and legs to help the Rampage avoid their third straight loss and hand the Predators their first loss of the season. Kusick passed for 200 yards.
SAN JOSE 85, New England 76 (12583) - Barry Wagner and Steve Papin torched the Sea Wolves, helping the SaberCats to extend their winning streak to six games. They combined for 248 receiving yards and four TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 10
Nashville 60, FLORIDA 34 (2600) - Corey Flemming caught two TD passes added another on a fumble return as thee Kats remained perfect against the Bobcats, improving to 6-0 all-time against Florida.
BUFFALO 51, Albany 48 (OT) (5676) - Mike Black booted a 27-yard FG 5:47 into overtime as the Destroyers stunned the fist-place Firebirds for their first victory of the season and second all-time.
NEW JERSEY 56, Oklahoma 40 (4154) - Tommy Maddox threw for 214 yards and seven TDs, and David Saunders had a 29-yard  interception return for a TD, as the Red Dogs handed the Wranglers their fourth straight loss.
Arizona 54, LOS ANGELES 51 (13694) - Hunkie Cooper's 54-yard KO return with no time rallied the Rattlers. The score came just seven seconds after Los Angeles went ahead on a 29-yard TD pass from Todd Marinovich.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany         6  3 0 516 428 Arizona        7  2 0 467 415
New England    5  4 0 436 417 San Jose       7  2 0 530 385
New Jersey     3  5 0 355 366 Oklahoma       4  4 0 394 369
Buffalo        1  8 0 340 501 Los Angeles    1  8 0 348 517
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando        7  1 0 385 312 Iowa           6  3 0 512 436
Nashville      7  2 0 480 390 Grand Rapids   5  3 0 399 360
Florida        3  5 0 301 395 Houston        3  5 0 397 455
Tampa Bay      3  5 0 335 316 MILWAUKEE      3  5 0 425 417
Carolina       1  7 0 308 443
WEEK TEN (Bye Week - Iowa)
THURSDAY JUNE 15
ARIZONA 42, Oklahoma 28 (14011) - Sherdrick Bonner threw four TD passes, including a pair in the 2nd half when Arizona doubled up Oklahoma, and WR Maurice Bryant caught five passes for 88 yards and two TDs.
FRIDAY JUNE 16
NEW ENGLAND 64, Carolina 51 (5232) - Charles Davidson snapped an  overtime tie with a 19-yard TD catch and Anthony Derricks  sealed the win with an interception return as the Sea  Wolves rallied for the win.
ALBANY 61, New Jersey 54 (9233) - Greg Hopkins and Jon Krick each scored two TDs during the decisive second half as the Firebirds battled back from a 40-27 halftime deficit and scored 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Orlando 43, MILWAUKEE 35 (14096) - Connell Maynor threw two TD passes and ran for one. Orlando was trailing 13-10 in the second  quarter when Maynor hit Bret Cooper from 21 yards out for a 16-13 lead it did not lose.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
TAMPA BAY 40, Nashville 30 (12546) - Tampa Bay's league-leading defense held the Kats to a season-low point total and its special teams accounted for all 12 second-half points.
Buffalo 55, HOUSTON 44 (4147) - It took just six weeks for Ray Bentley to become the winningest coach in Destroyers history. His predecessor, Dave Whinham, went 1-17 over a full season and part of this year.
SAN JOSE 68, Grand Rapids 45 (12306) - San Jose outscored the Rampage, 20-0, in the third quarter to take control of the game. Mike Jones ran for two TDs, and Mark Grieb threw six TD passes.
SUNDAY JUNE 18
LOS ANGELES 63, Florida 49 (8578) - Todd Marinovich threw six TD passes, including two during the decisive fourth quarter, in leading the expansion Avengers to their first home win.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Albany       7  3 0  577  482 Arizona      8  2 0  509  433
New England  6  4 0  500  468 San Jose     8  2 0  598  430
New Jersey   3  6 0  409  427 Oklahoma     4  5 0  422  411
Buffalo      2  8 0  395  545 Los Angeles  2  8 0  411  566
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando      8  1 0  428  347 Iowa         6  3 0  512  436
Nashville    7  3 0  510  430 Grand Rapids 5  4 0  444  428
Tampa Bay    4  5 0  375  346 Houston      3  6 0  441  510
Florida      3  6 0  350  458 MILWAUKEE    3  6 0  460  460
Carolina     1  8 0  359  507
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye Week - Arizona)
THURSDAY JUNE 22
San Jose 63, MILWAUKEE 60 (11701) - San Jose's Steve Papin returned the opening KO 55 yards for a TD. QB Mark Grieb added a 5-yard run to put San Jose up by a 14-0 score with 10:57 left in the opening quarter.
FRIDAY JUNE 23
ORLANDO 46, New England 32 (13011) - Connell Maynor completed 14-of-22 passes for 229 yards and four TDs as the Predators clinched their ninth-straight playoff berth and a home playoff game.
Los Angeles 72, HOUSTON 66 (OT) (3219) - Shannon Culver caught a 19-yard TD pass from Todd Marinovich 5:06 into OT for the win. The wild contest had three lead changes in the final minute of regulation.
NASHVILLE 54, Carolina 31 (12107) - Andy Kelly threw for 292 yards and four TDs as the Kats rallied for their fourth win in five games. The Kats outscored Carolina, 30-7, in the second half and handed them their eighth straight loss.
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Albany 55, FLORIDA 45 (3462) - Mike Pawlawski broke open a tight game with a pair of TD passes in the final three minutes as the defending champion Firebirds clinched a playoff berth.
OKLAHOMA 58, Iowa 50 (11359) - Ron Lopez overcame two interceptions with four TD passes as the Wranglers never trailed. Daron Alcorn booted two FGs in the last four minutes to clinch the win.
Tampa Bay 74, GRAND RAPIDS 54 (9177) - John Kaleo threw for 302 yards and eight TDs to lead the Storm. James Bowden caught three of his scoring strikes and Lawren Samuels and Wayne Walker grabbed two each.
SUNDAY JUNE 25
Buffalo 79, NEW JERSEY 54 (4294) - Browning Nagle threw six TD passes, including the go-ahead score early in the second half, while New Jersey's Tommy Maddox had five TD passes, but also threw four interceptions.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany       8  3 0 632 527 X-San Jose     9  2 0 661 490
New England    6  5 0 532 514 X-Arizona      8  2 0 509 433
New Jersey     3  7 0 463 506 Oklahoma       5  5 0 480 461
Buffalo        3  8 0 474 599 Los Angeles    3  8 0 483 632
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando      9  1 0 474 379 Iowa           6  4 0 562 494
X-Nashville    8  3 0 564 461 Grand Rapids   5  5 0 498 502
Tampa Bay      5  5 0 449 400 Houston        3  7 0 507 582
Florida        3  7 0 395 513 MILWAUKEE      3  7 0 520 523
Carolina       1  9 0 390 561 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE (Bye Week - Albany)
THURSDAY JUNE 29
San Jose 52, GRAND RAPIDS 39 (7917) - The SaberCats extended their winning streak to nine games, allowing only 159 yards and receiving five touchdown passes from Mark Grieb en route to the rout.
BUFFALO 36, Florida 33 (OT) (8523) - Mike Black, who missed a pair of XPs in regulation, nailed a 21-yard FG in overtime to give the Destroyers the win, their fourth in a row.
Milwaukee 64, LOS ANGELES 52 (10991) - Kevin McDougal tied a career record set a week earlier by throwing eight TD passes, five to Gary Compton, as the Mustangs won for the second time in their past seven games.
FRIDAY JUNE 30
CAROLINA 63, Houston 59 (12194) - Fred McNair threw four TD passes and ran for another score as the Cobras recorded their first home win of the season, and Houston suffered their fifth straight loss.
NEW ENGLAND 69, New Jersey 63 (5720) - Kerry Brown hauled in a 20-yard TD pass from Tim Carey with 3:05 remaining as the Sea Wolves clinched their first playoff berth.
Iowa 56, NASHVILLE 31 (12105) - Aaron Garcia threw five of his seven TDs in the first half as the Barnstormers raced to a big lead. Garcia's availability  was a question after he suffered a separated shoulder in last week's game.
SATURDAY JULY 1
TAMPA BAY 50, Orlando 36 (14047) - The Storm erupted for 30 points in the fourth quarter and defeated the enemy to the east. Orlando turned the ball over four times and Darion Conner sacked Maynor three times.
MONDAY JULY 3
Arizona 56, OKLAHOMA 29 (10171) - Arizona QB Sherdrick Bonner tossed seven TD passes, as the Rattlers scored 14 points in every quarter to stay one game behind San Jose in the Western Division.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany       8  3 0 632 527 X-San Jose    10  2 0 713 529
X-New England  7  5 0 601 577 X-Arizona      9  2 0 565 462
Buffalo        4  8 0 510 632 Oklahoma       5  6 0 509 517
New Jersey     3  8 0 526 575 Los Angeles    3  9 0 535 696
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando      9  2 0 510 429 X-Iowa         7  4 0 618 525
X-Nashville    8  4 0 595 517 Grand Rapids   5  6 0 537 554
Tampa Bay      6  5 0 499 436 MILWAUKEE      4  7 0 584 575
Florida        3  8 0 428 549 Houston        3  8 0 566 645
Carolina       2  9 0 453 620 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye Week - Buffalo)
FRIDAY JULY 7
Oklahoma 47, FLORIDA 22 (2143) - Jeff Loots threw four TD passes, including two over the final 17 1/2 minutes, when the Wranglers took control. The Wranglers scored the game's final 20 points to overcome a 27-22 deficit.
Nashville 45, ORLANDO 41 (13426) - Andy Kelly threw two of his five TD passes in the fourth quarter as the Kats prevented the slumping Predators from clinching the Southern Division title.
SATURDAY JULY 8
New England 63, NEW JERSEY 59 (4416) - Tim Carey's eighth TD pass of the game, an 11-yard strike to Pierre Hixon with 1:48 left, lifted the Sea Wolves to the win after they fell behind, 52-35.
Milwaukee 62, TAMPA BAY 52 (13862) - Kevin McDougal completed 24-of-33 passes for 281 yards and six TDs as the Mustangs prevented the Tampa Bay Storm from clinching a playoff berth.
IOWA 52, Grand Rapids 19 (10610) - Iowa clinched their fourth Central Division title in five years thanks to jumping out to a 35-0 lead. Aaron Garcia completed 16-of-24 passes for 253 yards and six touchdowns.
Albany 48, HOUSTON 41 (3377) - Greg Hopkins caught two TD passes, as the Firebirds moved one step closer to clinching the Eastern Division title. Nelson Garner added two FGs in the win.
ARIZONA 44, Carolina 42 (16613) - Cornelius White hauled in a 24-yard TD pass from Fred McNair with 38 seconds left to pull the Cobras to within two points, but the Rattlers were able to recover the ensuing on-side kick.
San Jose 75, LOS ANGELES 72 (13034) - Of the Avengers' 10 losses, this was without question the most painful, on multiple levels. Four players, including QB Todd Marinovich, left the game with injuries.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany       9  3 0 680 568 X-San Jose    11  2 0 788 601
X-New England  8  5 0 664 636 X-Arizona     10  2 0 609 504
Buffalo        4  8 0 510 632 X-Oklahoma     6  6 0 556 539
New Jersey     3  9 0 585 638 Los Angeles    3 10 0 607 771
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando      9  3 0 551 474 Z-Iowa         8  4 0 670 544
X-Nashville    9  4 0 640 477 Grand Rapids   5  7 0 556 606
X-Tampa Bay    6  6 0 551 498 MILWAUKEE      5  7 0 646 627
Florida        3  9 0 450 596 Houston        3  9 0 607 693
Carolina       2 10 0 495 664
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye Week - San Jose)
THURSDAY JULY 13
Arizona 60, NEW ENGLAND 28 (6812) - Sherdrick Bonner threw four TD passes and ran for another score, leading the Rattlers to their fifth straight win. Arizona improved to 6-0 away from home.
FRIDAY JULY 14
CAROLINA 77, New Jersey 47 (13014) - Fred McNair threw six TD passes as the  Cobras raced to a 40-point lead and coasted to a victory that eliminated the Red Dogs from playoff contention.
BUFFALO 60, Los Angeles 52 (10029) - The loss ended the Avengers' faint playoff hopes. The Avengers' cause was hurt after kicker Kyle Pooler missed four extra point attempts.
Tampa Bay 35, NASHVILLE 31 (13612) - Andre Bowden ran for two TDs and became the only the second player in AFL history to rush for 1,000 career yards, but it took a 1-yard John Kaleo TD run with 42 seconds left for the win.
SATURDAY JULY 15
Orlando 51, FLORIDA 35 (4253) - Connell Maynor threw four TDs as Orlando eliminated the Bobcats from playoff contention and gave them their first 10-win season in three years.
GRAND RAPIDS 62, Houston 56 (9046) - Max Knake threw for 169 yards  and ran in for a key score in the fourth as the Rampage clinched a playoff spot. His one-yard plunge with 9 1/2 minutes remaining was the clincher.
IOWA 77, Albany 76 (10961) - Albany could have settled for OT after Mike Pawlawski hooked up with Quincy Jackson on an 11-yard TD pass with no time remaining, but Pawlawski's pass on a two-point conversion fell short.
MILWAUKEE 49, Oklahoma 39 (13275) - Kevin McDougal threw for 287 yards and four TDs, including the go-ahead strike to Kevin Huntley late in the third quarter, as the Mustangs clinched a playoff spot.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Albany       9  4 0 756 645 X-San Jose  11  2 0 788 601
X-New England  8  6 0 692 696 X-Arizona   11  2 0 669 532
X-Buffalo      5  8 0 570 684 X-Oklahoma   6  7 0 595 588
New Jersey     3 10 0 632 715 Los Angeles  3 11 0 659 831
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Z-Orlando     10  3 0 602 509 Z-Iowa         9  4 0 747 600
X-Nashville    9  5 0 671 512 X-Gr.Rapids    6  7 0 618 662
X-Tampa Bay    7  6 0 586 529 X-MILWAUKEE    6  7 0 695 666
Carolina       3 10 0 572 711 Houston        3 10 0 663 755
Florida        3 10 0 485 647
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye Week - Nashville, New England, Los Angeles)
THURSDAY JULY 20
OKLAHOMA 59, Grand Rapids 17 (9175) - Leading 21-10 at the half, the Wranglers came out and scored the first 38 points of the second half to cruise to the win and finish their first season in Oklahoma at .500.
FRIDAY JULY 21
Tampa Bay 72, CAROLINA 69 (13762) - Andre Bowden scored from one yard out with 18 seconds left as the Storm locked up home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs, as John Kaleo threw for 260 yards and five TDs.
MILWAUKEE 55, Houston 46 (13474) - Steve Videtich kicked a pair of second-half FGs to help lift the Mustangs to their fifth straight victory over the struggling ThunderBears, who lost their eighth straight.
SATURDAY JULY 22
NEW JERSEY 57, Florida 52 (4821) - Rickey Foggie hit George LaFrance with a 24-yard TD pass with 16 seconds remaining as the Red Dogs held on. After opening the season 2-0, the Bobcats finished by losing 11 of 12.
Arizona 58, IOWA 50 (11061) - After squandering a big lead, the Rattlers regained their composure and closed the regular season with their fifth straight win. Iowa QB Aaron Garcia threw for 334 yards with six touchdowns.
SAN JOSE 83, Buffalo 54 (15604) - Buffalo's five-game winning streak ended, but the team made the playoffs. Striking with four scoring plays of 45 yards or longer, the SabreCats rolled to the win.
SUNDAY JULY 23
Orlando 61, ALBANY 59 (11133) - Brett Cooper caught a 20-yard TD pass from Connell Maynor on the game's final play as the Predators survived a major collapse. Orlando held a 55-31 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
NATIONAL-EAST                 AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Albany       9  5 0 815 706 Z-San Jose    12  2 0 871 648
X-New England  8  6 0 694 696 X-Arizona     12  2 0 727 592
X-Buffalo      5  9 0 615 767 X-Oklahoma     7  7 0 654 605
New Jersey     4 10 0 698 773 Los Angeles    3 11 0 659 831
NATIONAL-SOUTH                AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Z-Orlando     11  3 0 663 568 Z-Iowa         9  5 0 797 677
X-Nashville    9  5 0 671 593 X-MILWAUKEE    7  7 0 750 714
X-Tampa Bay    8  6 0 657 598 X-G. Rapids    6  8 0 628 721
Carolina       3 11 0 641 783 Houston        3 11 0 709 810
Florida        3 11 0 537 704
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2000 AFL PLAYOFFS - FIRST ROUND
Thur July 27 - ARIZONA (12-2) 41, Buffalo (5-9) 34 (9471) - Sherdrick Bonner passed for 264 yards and five TDs as the Rattlers advanced. Buffalo WR  Bobby Olive amassed 183 yards and scored two of Buffalo's four TDs.
Fri July 28 - Oklahoma (7-7) 52, NEW ENGLAND (8-6) 38 (4411) - Ron Lopez completed 19-of-32 passes for 215 yards and six TDs, as the Wranglers, scored the first 17 points of the second half to open a 38-10 lead.
Sat July 29 - TAMPA BAY (8-6) 72, Milwaukee (7-7) 64 (11737) - With four TD catches and two scoring runs, James Bowden had a Storm postseason record six TDs. Bowden finished with a team record 38 points.
Saturday July 29 - NASHVILLE (9-5) 57, Grand Rapids (6-8) 14 (14781) - Andy Kelly threw seven TD passes, including four to  Tyronne Jones, helping the sixth-seeded Kats advance, asNashville scored the first 30 points.
QUARTER-FINALS
Thur Aug 3 - ORLANDO (11-3) 34, Tampa Bay (9-6) 24 (13122) - Connell Maynor threw for three TDs and ran for another, helping the Predators to their second win against the Storm in the last two postseasons.
Fri Aug 4 - SAN JOSE (12-2) 63, Oklahoma (8-7) 40 (13306) - Shalon Baker had a 51-yard interception return for a TD to spark a 21-7 fourth quarter run and give San Jose their first-ever playoff win.
Sat Aug 5 - Arizona (13-2) 53, ALBANY (9-5) 50 (8364) - Hunkie Cooper caught a 31-yard TD pass with 2:08 left as the Rattlers ousted the defending champs in a game featured eight lead changes.
Sun Aug 6 - Nashville (10-5) 63, IOWA (9-5) 56 (8860) - Receiver Cory Flemming tossed a 22-yard TD pass to Anthony Ricks with 6:02 to play as the sixth-seeded Kats upset the third-seeded Barnstormers.
SEMI-FINALS
Sat Aug 12 - Nashville (11-5) 51, SAN JOSE (13-2) 42 (13663) - Andy Kelly threw four second-half TD passes, including three to Tyronne Jones, as the Kats rallied for a stunning victory over the top-seeded San Jose SaberCats.
Sun Aug 13 - ORLANDO (12-3) 56, Arizona (14-2) 44 (13151) - Connell Maynor passed for five TDs and ran for two more as the Predators roared became the second team to reach three consecutive ArenaBowls.
ARENA BOWL XIV (August 20, 2000 at Orlando - 15989)
ORLANDO PREDATORS (13-3) 41,  NASHVILLE KATS (12-5) 38 - After squandering a big lead, the Predators maintained their cool and won their second AFL title in three years. David Cool's 19-yard FG as time expired lifted the Predators to a 41-38 victory over the Nashville Kats. Nashville had tied the game at 38-38 on a 45-yard TD pass from backup QB James Brown to Darryl Hammond and a two-point conversion catch by Cory Fleming with
5:37 remaining in the fourth quarter.  But the Kats never saw the ball again. After the ensuing kickoff, the Predators drove 35 yards in 11 plays with Rick Hamilton's run to the 3 setting up a fourth-down situation as time was winding down.  The Predators called timeout with 1.7 seconds left to set up Cool, who earlier missed a 22-yard attempt with seven minutes left. Orlando appeared to be in complete control with a 29-7 lead in the second quarter, but three touchdown passes by Andy Kelly and a safety erased the deficit and gave the Kats a 30-29 advantage. Orlando QB and MVP Connell Maynor completed 17-of-28 for 202 yards and four touchdowns, including three in the first 19 minutes of the game, while Nashville lineman James Baron was named the ArenaBowl Ironman of the game for his play on both sides of the ball.
Roanoke        1  6 0 280 355 Birmingham     3  5 0 247 341
Greensboro     1  7 0 119 406 Tallahassee    2  6 0 362 432
Richmond       0  7 0 204 316
WEEK TEN (Bye - Charleston)
FRIDAY JUNE 2
BIRMINGHAM 86, Tallahassee 74 
SATURDAY JUNE 3
CAROLINA 65, Norfolk 58
Richmond 41, JACKSONVILLE 32
QUAD CITY 70, Roanoke 14
ARKANSAS 88, Greensboro 33
Augusta 60, PENSACOLA 48
Tennessee Valley 37, TULSA 32
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        7  2 0 471 318 Quad City      8  0 0 561 230
Carolina       7  2 0 460 370 Tenn. Valley   7  2 0 447 298
Jacksonville   5  3 0 345 328 Pensacola      6  3 0 415 408
Norfolk        4  4 0 312 364 Arkansas       4  4 0 463 332
Charleston     3  5 0 324 398 Birmingham     4  5 0 333 415
Richmond       1  7 0 245 348 Tulsa          4  5 0 436 460
Roanoke        1  7 0 294 425 Tallahassee    2  7 0 436 518
Greensboro     1  8 0 152 494
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Carolina)
FRIDAY JUNE 9
Quad City 61, RICHMOND 30
TALLAHASSEE 51, Charleston 46
BIRMINGHAM 58, Arkansas 55    
SATURDAY JUNE 10
ROANOKE 45, Greensboro 42
NORFOLK 54, Augusta 47
Tulsa 64, PENSACOLA 44
TENN VALLEY 45, Jacksonville 22
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Carolina       7  2 0 460 370 Quad City      9  0 0 622 260
Augusta        7  3 0 518 372 Tenn. Valley   8  2 0 492 320
Jacksonville   5  4 0 367 373 Pensacola      6  4 0 459 472
Norfolk        5  4 0 366 411 Birmingham     5  5 0 391 470
Charleston     3  6 0 370 449 Tulsa          5  5 0 500 504
Roanoke        2  7 0 339 467 Arkansas       4  5 0 518 390
Richmond       1  8 0 275 409 Tallahassee    3  7 0 487 564
Greensboro     1  9 0 194 539
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Greensboro)
FRIDAY JUNE 16
RICHMOND 45, Tallahassee 37
AUGUSTA 73, Roanoke 38
JACKSONVILLE 56, Pensacola 41
SATURDAY JUNE 17
NORFOLK 47, Carolina 34
TULSA 57, Birmingham 50
TENN VALLEY 56, Charleston 21
QUAD CITY 47, Arkansas 20
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        8  3 0 591 410 Quad City     10  0 0 669 280
Carolina       7  3 0 494 417 Tenn. Valley   9  2 0 548 341
Jacksonville   6  4 0 423 414 Pensacola      6  5 0 500 528
Norfolk        6  4 0 413 445 Tulsa          6  5 0 557 554
Charleston     3  7 0 391 505 Birmingham     5  6 0 441 527
Richmond       2  8 0 320 446 Arkansas       4  6 0 538 437
Roanoke        2  8 0 477 540 Tallahassee    3  8 0 524 609
Greensboro     1  9 0 194 539
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Augusta)
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Norfolk 67, ROANOKE 48
RICHMOND 36, Greensboro 31
BIRMINGHAM 56, Tulsa 45
Pensacola 55, CAROLINA 52 (OT)
Arkansas 74, JACKSONVILLE 48
QUAD CITY 51, Tenn Valley 37
Tallahassee 54, CHARLESTON 24
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Augusta        8  3 0 591 410 X-Quad City   11  0 0 720 317
Carolina       7  4 0 547 472 Tenn. Valley   9  3 0 585 392
Norfolk        7  4 0 480 493 Pensacola      7  5 0 555 580
Jacksonville   6  5 0 471 488 Birmingham     6  6 0 497 572
Charleston     3  8 0 415 559 Tulsa          6  6 0 602 610
Richmond       3  8 0 356 477 Arkansas       5  6 0 612 485
Roanoke        2  9 0 525 607 Tallahassee    4  8 0 578 633
Greensboro     1 10 0 225 575 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Tallahassee)
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Quad City 70, PENSACOLA 26
AUGUSTA 87, Greensboro 21
JACKSONVILLE 34, Tennessee Valley 30
SATURDAY JULY 1
Birmingham 61, ROANOKE 43
ARKANSAS 59, Tulsa 56
NORFOLK 61, Charleston 23
Richmond 47, CAROLINA 44
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
X-Augusta      9  3 0 678 431 Z-Quad City   12  0 0 790 343
X-Norfolk      8  4 0 541 516 Tenn. Valley   9  4 0 615 436
Carolina       7  5 0 591 519 Birmingham     7  6 0 558 615
Jacksonville   7  5 0 505 518 Pensacola      7  6 0 581 650
Richmond       4  8 0 403 521 Arkansas       6  6 0 671 541
Charleston     3  9 0 438 620 Tulsa          6  7 0 658 669
Roanoke        2 10 0 568 668 Tallahassee    4  8 0 578 633
Greensboro     1 11 0 246 662
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Birmingham)
FRIDAY JULY 7
RICHMOND 49, Norfolk 28
Augusta 56, TALLAHASSEE 54
Carolina 48, GREENSBORO 33    
SATURDAY JULY 8
Jacksonville 27, CHARLESTON 23
ROANOKE 57, Pensacola 53
Quad City 62, TENN VALLEY 36
TULSA 55, Arkansas 41
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
X-Augusta     10  3 0 734 485 Z-Quad City   13  0 0 852 379
Carolina       8  5 0 639 552 Tenn. Valley   9  5 0 651 498
Jacksonville   8  5 0 532 541 Birmingham     7  6 0 558 615
Norfolk        8  5 0 569 565 Pensacola      7  7 0 634 707
Richmond       5  8 0 452 549 Tulsa          7  7 0 713 710
Charleston     3 10 0 461 647 Arkansas       6  7 0 712 596
Roanoke        3 10 0 625 721 Tallahassee    4  9 0 632 689
Greensboro     1 12 0 279 710
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth      
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Pensacola)
SATURDAY JULY 15
AUGUSTA 48, Carolina 36
Richmond 51, ROANOKE 33
TENN VALL 61, Birmingham 50
QUAD CITY 73, Tallahassee 37
Tulsa 65, CHARLESTON 37
GREENSBORO 44, Norfolk 20
ARKANSAS 61, Jacksonville 41
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Augusta     11  3 0 782 521 Z-Quad City   14  0 0 925 416
Carolina       8  6 0 675 600 X-Tenn Valley 10  5 0 712 548
Jacksonville   8  6 0 573 602 Tulsa          8  7 0 778 747
Norfolk        8  6 0 589 609 Arkansas       7  7 0 773 637
Richmond       6  8 0 503 582 Birmingham     7  7 0 608 676
Charleston     3 11 0 498 712 Pensacola      7  7 0 634 707
Roanoke        3 11 0 658 772 Tallahassee    4 10 0 669 762
Greensboro     2 12 0 323 730
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth      
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - Tulsa)
FRIDAY JULY 21
TALLAHASSEE 51, Carolina 49
AUGUSTA 53, Richmond 38
SATURDAY JULY 22
JACKSONVILLE 73, Roanoke 41
NORFOLK 46, Tennessee Vall 45
Charleston 61, GREENSBORO 41
QUAD CITY 82, Birmingham 21
Pensacola 41, ARKANSAS 27
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Augusta     12  3 0 835 559 Z-Quad City  15  0 0 1007 437
X-Jacksonville 9  6 0 646 643 X-Tenn Vall  10  6 0  757 594
X-Norfolk      9  6 0 635 654 Pensacola     8  7 0  675 734
X-Carolina     8  7 0 724 651 Tulsa         8  7 0  778 747
Richmond       6  9 0 541 635 Arkansas      7  8 0  800 678
Charleston     4 11 0 559 753 Birmingham    7  8 0  629 758
Roanoke        3 12 0 699 845 Tallahassee   5 10 0  720 811
Greensboro     2 13 0 364 791
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN (Bye - Tennessee Valley)
FRIDAY JULY 28
Tulsa 63, TALLAHASSEE 60
Carolina 64, PENSACOLA 48
RICHMOND 52, Roanoke 20
AUGUSTA 49, Charleston 26
SATURDAY JULY 29
Quad City 67, BIRMINGHAM 37
NORFOLK 37, Jacksonville 28
AMERICAN                      NATIONAL
Z-Augusta     13  3 0 884 585 Z-Quad City  16  0 0 1074 474
X-Norfolk     10  6 0 672 682 X-Tenn Vall  10  6 0  757 584
X-Carolina     9  7 0 788 699 X-Tulsa       9  7 0  841 808
X-Jacksonville 9  7 0 674 680 X-Pensacola   8  8 0  723 795
Richmond       7  9 0 610 663 Birmingham    7  9 0  666 825
Charleston     4 12 0 585 802 Arkansas      7  9 0  840 721
Roanoke        3 13 0 619 897 Tallahassee   5 11 0  780 874
Greensboro     3 13 0 407 831
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2001 AFL 2 PLAYOFFS- CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Tuesday August 1 - AUGUSTA (13-3) 76, Carolina (9-7) 64
Tuesday August 1 - TENNESSEE VALLEY (10-6) 49, Tulsa (9-7) 28
Wednesday August 2 - NORFOLK (10-6) 41, Jacksonville (9-7) 28
Wednesday August 2 - QUAD CITY (16-0) 55, Pensacola (8-8) 19
CONFERENCE FINALS
Saturday August 5 - Tennessee Valley (11-6) 47, AUGUSTA (14-3) 40
Sunday August 6 - QUAD CITY (17-0) 75, Norfolk (11-6) 27
ARENA CUP I (Thursday August 10, 2000 at Quad City)
QUAD CITY (18-0) 68, TENNESSEE VALLEY VIPERS (12-6) 59
Duluth         2  4 0 240 294 Casper         3  4 0 284 271
Madison        2  4 0 217 258 Fargo          0  6 0 182 302
La Crosse      0  7 0 160 362 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Sioux Falls    5  1 0 271 227
Dayton         4  2 0 265 205 Topeka         5  1 0 232 203
Steel Valley   4  2 0 195 216 Lincoln        5  2 0 305 257
Erie           4  3 0 302 303 Sioux City     4  3 0 264 218
Flint          1  5 0 196 309 Wichita        1  6 0 202 336
Johnstown      1  5 0 195 247
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Green Bay)
FRIDAY MAY 19
Billings 34, WICHITA 33
LINCOLN 68, Erie 35
SATURDAY MAY 20
BLACK HILLS 38, Bismarck 32
FARGO 43, Minnesota 24
Madison 37, LA CROSSE 25
Peoria 58, DULUTH 52
Sioux City 57, JOHNSTOWN 47
STEEL VALLEY 30, Dayton 27
Topeka 27, SIOUX FALLS 21
MONDAY MAY 22
Casper 40, FLINT 34
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         8  0 0 406 207 Billings       5  3 0 363 296
GREEN BAY      5  2 0 365 251 Bismarck       4  3 0 303 286
Madison        3  4 0 254 283 Black Hills    4  3 0 313 304
Minnesota      3  4 0 222 234 Casper         4  4 0 324 305
Duluth         2  5 0 292 352 Fargo          1  6 0 225 326
La Crosse      0  8 0 185 399 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Topeka         6  1 0 259 224
Steel Valley   5  2 0 252 263 Lincoln        6  2 0 373 292
Dayton         4  3 0 292 235 Sioux Falls    5  2 0 292 254
Erie           4  4 0 337 371 Sioux City     5  3 0 321 265
Flint          1  6 0 230 349 Wichita        1  7 0 235 370
Johnstown      1  6 0 242 304
WEEK NINE (Bye - Wichita)
FRIDAY MAY 26
BISMARCK 42, Fargo 19
CASPER 68, Billings 65
Lincoln 53, GREEN BAY 43
Peoria 62, MADISON 59
SATURDAY MAY 27
Black Hills 35, LA CROSSE 29
ERIE 62, Flint 29
Minnesota 63, DULUTH 56
Steel Valley 52, JOHNSTOWN 32
S.CITY 49, Sioux Falls 35
Topeka 45, DAYTON 31
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria         9  0 0 468 266 Bismarck       5  3 0 345 305
GREEN BAY      5  3 0 408 304 Black Hills    5  3 0 348 333
Minnesota      4  4 0 285 290 Billings       5  4 0 398 364
Madison        3  5 0 313 345 Casper         5  4 0 392 370
Duluth         2  6 0 348 415 Fargo          1  7 0 244 368
La Crosse      0  9 0 214 434 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Topeka         7  1 0 304 255
Steel Valley   6  2 0 304 298 Lincoln        7  2 0 426 335
Erie           5  4 0 399 400 Sioux City     6  3 0 370 300
Dayton         4  4 0 323 280 Sioux Falls    5  3 0 327 303
Flint          1  7 0 259 411 Wichita        1  7 0 235 370
Johnstown      1  7 0 274 356
WEEK TEN (Bye - Erie)
SATURDAY JUNE 3
BILLINGS 72, La Crosse 46
BISMARCK 87, Casper 26
BLACK HILLS 37, Dayton 27
Green Bay 60, MINNESOTA 57
Johnstown 63, FLINT 53
MADISON 57, Duluth 25
PEORIA 68, Sioux City 35
STEEL VALLEY 40, Fargo 31
TOPEKA 51, Sioux Falls 27
WICHITA 49, Lincoln 46
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
X-Peoria      10  0 0 536 301 Bismarck       6  3 0 432 331
GREEN BAY      6  3 0 468 361 Black Hills    6  3 0 385 360
Madison        4  5 0 370 370 Billings       6  4 0 470 410
Minnesota      4  5 0 342 350 Casper         5  5 0 418 457
Duluth         2  7 0 373 472 Fargo          1  8 0 275 408
La Crosse      0 10 0 260 506 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Topeka         8  1 0 355 282
Steel Valley   7  2 0 344 329 Lincoln        7  3 0 472 384
Erie           5  4 0 399 400 Sioux City     6  4 0 405 368
Dayton         4  5 0 350 317 Sioux Falls    5  4 0 354 354
Johnstown      2  7 0 337 409 Wichita        2  7 0 284 416
Flint          1  8 0 312 474 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Lincoln)
FRIDAY JUNE 9
STEEL VALLEY 31, Flint 14     
SATURDAY JUNE 10
BILLINGS 66, Topeka 55
Bismarck 50, ERIE 36
Black Hills 39, SIOUX CITY 36
Casper 50, FARGO 14
Dayton 36, JOHNSTOWN 18
LA CROSSE 38, Minnesota 35
Madison 66, DULUTH 21
Peoria 40, GREEN BAY 16
SIOUX FALLS 56, Wichita 40
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      11  0 0 576 317 Bismarck       7  3 0 482 367
X-GREEN BAY    6  4 0 482 401 Black Hills    7  3 0 424 396
Madison        5  5 0 436 391 Billings       7  4 0 536 465
Minnesota      4  6 0 377 388 Casper         6  5 0 468 471
Duluth         2  8 0 394 538 Fargo          1  9 0 289 458
La Crosse      1 10 0 298 541 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Topeka         8  2 0 410 348
X-Steel Valley 8  2 0 375 343 Lincoln        7  3 0 472 384
Dayton         5  5 0 286 335 Sioux Falls    6  4 0 410 394
Erie           5  5 0 435 450 Sioux City     6  5 0 441 407
Johnstown      2  8 0 355 445 Wichita        2  8 0 324 472
Flint          1  9 0 326 505
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Casper)
FRIDAY JUNE 16
LINCOLN 35, Sioux Falls 26    
SATURDAY JUNE 17
BISMARCK 55, Billings 52
DAYTON 35, Steel Valley 33
BLACK HILLS 88, Fargo 48
FLINT 74, Duluth 56
GREEN BAY 62, La Crosse 26
MADISON 54, Johnstown 45     
MINNESOTA 53, Wichita 25
SIOUX CITY 37, Topeka 29
PEORIA 69, Erie 32
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      12  0 0 645 349 Bismarck       8  3 0 537 419
X-GREEN BAY    7  4 0 546 427 Black Hills    8  3 0 513 444
X-Madison      6  5 0 490 436 Billings       7  5 0 588 520
Minnesota      5  6 0 420 413 Casper         6  5 0 468 471
Duluth         2  9 0 450 612 Fargo          1 10 0 337 546
La Crosse      1 11 0 324 603 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    Lincoln        8  3 0 507 410
X-Steel Valley 8  3 0 409 378 Topeka         8  3 0 439 385
X-Dayton       6  5 0 321 368 Sioux City     7  5 0 478 419
X-Erie         5  6 0 477 519 Sioux Falls    6  5 0 436 429
Flint          2  9 0 400 561 Wichita        2  9 0 349 525
Johnstown      2  9 0 400 499
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Peoria)
FRIDAY JUNE 23
Green Bay 44, MADISON 31      
SATURDAY JUNE 24
BILLINGS 58, Fargo 45
BISMARCK 39, Dayton 27
BLACK HILLS 42, Flint 40
La Crosse 50, DULUTH 47
SIOUX CITY 36, Lincoln 20
Steel Valley 53, ERIE 37
TOPEKA 63, Johnstown 28
WICHITA 27, Sioux Falls 26
MONDAY JUNE 26
CASPER 56, Minnesota 45
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      12  0 0 645 349 Bismarck       9  3 0 576 446
X-GREEN BAY    8  4 0 590 458 Black Hills    9  3 0 555 484
X-Madison      6  6 0 521 480 Billings       8  5 0 446 565
Minnesota      5  7 0 465 469 Casper         7  5 0 524 516
Duluth         2 10 0 497 662 Fargo          1 11 0 382 604
La Crosse      2 11 0 374 650 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    X-Topeka       9  3 0 502 413
Z-Steel Valley 9  3 0 461 415 Lincoln        8  4 0 527 446
X-Dayton       6  6 0 348 407 Sioux City     8  5 0 514 439
X-Erie         5  7 0 514 572 Sioux Falls    6  6 0 462 456
Flint          2 10 0 440 603 Wichita        3  9 0 376 551
Johnstown      2 10 0 428 562
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Sioux City)
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Bismarck 45, STEEL VALLEY 34
Black Hills 74, BILLINGS 73
CASPER 93, Dayton 19
GREEN BAY 42, Minnesota 26
LINCOLN 48, Topeka 35         
SATURDAY JULY 1
Erie 40, JOHNSTOWN 36
PEORIA 67, Duluth 13
SIOUX FALLS 52, Flint 15
Wichita 69, LA CROSSE 55
MONDAY JULY 3
MADISON 37, Fargo 26
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      13  0 0 712 362 X-Bismarck    10  3 0 621 480
X-GREEN BAY    9  4 0 632 484 X-Black Hills 10  3 0 629 557
X-Madison      7  6 0 558 506 Casper         8  5 0 617 535
Minnesota      5  8 0 491 511 Billings       8  6 0 519 639
Duluth         2 11 0 510 739 Fargo          1 12 0 408 641
La Crosse      2 12 0 429 719 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    X-Lincoln      9  4 0 575 481
Z-Steel Valley 9  4 0 495 460 X-Topeka       9  4 0 537 461
X-Dayton       6  7 0 367 500 Sioux City     8  5 0 514 439
X-Erie         6  7 0 554 608 Sioux Falls    7  6 0 514 471
Flint          2 11 0 466 640 Wichita        4  9 0 445 606
Johnstown      2 11 0 464 602
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - La Crosse)
THURSDAY JULY 6
PEORIA 70, Dayton 22          
FRIDAY JULY 7
Lincoln 53, STEEL VALLEY 14   
SATURDAY JULY 8
Casper 52, BLACK HILLS 46
Green Bay 41, DULUTH 24
JOHNSTOWN 33, Flint 29
Madison 61, MINNESOTA 45
Sioux City 54, ERIE 31
SIOUX FALLS 52, Billings 44
TOPEKA 77, Wichita 22         
MONDAY JULY 10
BISMARCK 62, Fargo 32
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      14  0 0 782 384 X-Bismarck    11  3 0 683 482
X-GREEN BAY   10  4 0 675 508 X-Black Hills 10  4 0 674 609
X-Madison      8  6 0 619 551 X-Casper       9  5 0 669 581
Minnesota      5  9 0 546 572 Billings       8  6 0 763 691
Duluth         2 12 0 522 769 Fargo          1 13 0 438 703
La Crosse      2 12 0 429 719 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    X-Topeka      10  4 0 614 481
Z-Steel Valley 9  5 0 482 490 X-Lincoln     10  4 0 711 495
X-Erie         6  8 0 575 662 X-Sioux City   9  5 0 568 487
X-Dayton       6  8 0 489 571 Sioux Falls    8  6 0 566 507
Johnstown      3 11 0 495 631 Wichita        4 10 0 467 683
Flint          2 12 0 488 677
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2000 IFL PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE FIRST ROUND
Friday July 14 - MADISON (8-6) 34, Erie (6-8) 22
Saturday July 15 - BLACK HILLS (10-4) 68, Casper (9-5) 34
Saturday July 15 - Sioux City (9-5) 53, LINCOLN (10-4) 38
Sunday July 16 - GREEN BAY (10-4) 64, Dayton 6-8) 23
CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Friday July 21 - PEORIA (14-0) 25, Madison (9-6) 13
Saturday July 22 - BISMARCK (11-3) 30, Sioux City (10-5) 14
Saturday July 22 - STEEL VALLEY (9-5) 21, Green Bay (11-4) 10
Saturday July 22 - TOPEKA (10-4) 56, Black Hills (11-4) 45
CONFERERENCE FINALS
Friday July 28 - PEORIA (15-0) 55, Steel Valley (10-5) 10
Saturday July 29 - BISMARCK (12-3) 51, Topeka (11-4) 27
IFL CHAMPIONSHIP (Friday August 4, 2000 at Peoria)
PEORIA PIRATES (16-0) 69, BISMARCK BLAZE (13-3) 42
Mississippi 56, LOUISIANA 44 - Fire Dogs WR Wayne Causey had 263 total yards, a team record, on 11 receptions for 133 yards and three TDs, as well as 130 yards on five kickoff returns
OMAHA 34, Portland 30 (4771) - The Prowlers saw their comeback fall short in the fourth quarter, after they staked the Beef to a 31-16 halftime lead thanks to poor special teams play and several defensive lapses
Shreveport 27, MOBILE 15
Portland       6  3 0 348 294 Idaho          3  4 0 228 251
Omaha          5  3 0 260 244 Mobile         3  5 0 246 268
Louisiana      5  4 0 381 369 Shreveport     3  6 0 224 326
Mississippi    4  4 0 344 279
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Shreveport)
FRIDAY JUNE 16
PORTLAND 67, Omaha 64 (2168) - The Prowlers offense was once again led by QB Erik Wilhelm. In the week 10 matchup, Wilhelm passed for a IPFL-record 275 yards. This week he threw for 304 yards and 8 TDs
SATURDAY JUNE 17
IDAHO 52, Louisiana 48 (3873) - With a new offensive scheme, and a throbbing foot and toe, QB Albert Higgs hoisted the Stallions onto his shoulders and back to .500
Mobile 40, MISSISSIPPI 30
Portland       7  3 0 415 348 Mississippi    4  5 0 374 319
Omaha          5  4 0 314 311 Mobile         4  5 0 286 298
Louisiana      5  5 0 429 421 Shreveport     3  6 0 224 326
Idaho          4  4 0 280 299
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Omaha)
FRIDAY JUNE 24
LOUISIANA 54, Idaho 17
Mississippi 30, MOBILE 16 - Mississippi opened the game by scoring 24 unanswered points, starting with LB Bobby Doyle sacking Seagulls' QB Kelvin Simmons in the end zone for a safety
Portland 28, SHREVEPORT 22
Portland       8  3 0 448 370 Idaho          4  5 0 297 353
Omaha          5  4 0 314 311 Mobile         4  6 0 302 328
Louisiana      6  5 0 483 438 Shreveport     3  7 0 246 354
Mississippi    5  5 0 404 335
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Louisiana)
SATURDAY JULY 1
IDAHO 14, Shreveport 8 (3270)
Mississippi 49, OMAHA 46 (4869) - QB John Fourcade passed for four TDs and ran for another as Mississippi moved into a second place tie. The Fire Dogs defense held the Beef to only 116 offensive yards
Mobile 57, PORTLAND 41
Portland       8  4 0 489 427 Omaha          5  5 0 360 360
Louisiana      6  5 0 483 438 Mobile         5  6 0 359 369
Mississippi    6  5 0 453 381 Shreveport     3  8 0 254 368
Idaho          5  5 0 311 361
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Portland)
SATURDAY JULY 8
MISSISSIPPI 53, Louisiana 34 (3050) - RB Buster Browne, who was playing with cracked ribs, rushed for 33 yards and 2 TDs on 8 carries and picked up 2 receptions for 15 yards and 1 TD to lead the Fire Dogs into second place
Mobile 55, SHREVEPORT 51
Omaha 54, IDAHO 47 (OT) (3385) - The Stallions' defense gave up 47 second-half points, including 31 in the fourth quarter, as Omaha ran the ball down the throat of the tired defense, racking up 124 yards rushing
Portland       8  4 0 489 427 Mobile         6  6 0 414 420
Mississippi    7  5 0 506 415 Idaho          5  6 0 358 415
Omaha          6  5 0 414 407 Shreveport     3  9 0 305 423
Louisiana      6  6 0 517 491
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Shreveport)
SATURDAY JULY 15
MISSISSIPPI 39, Portland 36 - QB John Fourcade scored on a quarterback sneak with just :05 remaining to move the Fire Dogs into a first place tie with the Prowlers
MOBILE 21, Louisiana 13
OMAHA 59, Idaho 39 (5052) - The Beef broke a franchise scoring record, as Omaha rolled on the ground. RB Clinton Childs broke a team record with 91 yards, while the Beef set a franchise record with 168 yards rushing
Mississippi    8  5 0 545 451 Louisiana      6  7 0 530 512
Portland       8  5 0 525 466 Idaho          5  7 0 397 474
Omaha          7  5 0 473 446 Shreveport     3  9 0 305 423
Mobile         7  6 0 435 433
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Mississippi)
SATURDAY JULY 22
OMAHA 57, Mobile 44 (5709)
PORTLAND 61, Idaho 14
SHREVEPORT 35, Louisiana 29
Portland       9  5 0 586 480 Louisiana      6  8 0 559 547
Mississippi    8  5 0 545 451 Idaho          5  8 0 411 535
Omaha          8  5 0 530 490 Shreveport     4  9 0 340 452
Mobile         7  7 0 479 490
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - Portland)
SATURDAY JULY 29
LOUISIANA 35, Omaha 27 (1970) - 
MISSISSIPPI 49, Shreveport 34 - WR Wayne Causey totaled 257 all purpose yards. In addition to his 103 return yards, Causey had game-high receiving totals of nine receptions for 154 yards and two TDs
MOBILE 63, Idaho 7 - Mobile DB Dennison Robinson established an IPFL interception record, with  four interceptions. The Seagulls posted the largest margin of victory in league history
Mississippi    9  5 0 594 485 Louisiana      7  8 0 594 574
Portland       9  5 0 586 490 Idaho          5  9 0 418 598
Omaha          8  6 0 557 525 Shreveport     4 10 0 374 501
Mobile         8  7 0 542 497
WEEK EIGHTEEN (Bye- Louisiana)
SATURDAY AUGUST 5
Mobile 51, IDAHO 34
PORTLAND 40, Omaha 26 (1844) - 
SHREVEPORT 41, Mississippi 37 - DB Chris Samson made a game-saving interception with just :27 remaining to help Shreveport knock Mississippi out of first. The Fire Dogs had a 23-0 scoring run to take a 37-17 lead in the third
X-Portland    10  5 0 626 506 Louisiana      7  8 0 594 574
Mississippi    9  6 0 631 526 Idaho          5 10 0 452 649
Mobile         9  7 0 593 531 Shreveport     5 10 0 415 538
Omaha          8  7 0 583 565 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINETEEN (Bye - Mobile)
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
LOUISIANA 60, Shreveport 35
Omaha 44, MISSISSIPPI 38 (3611) - With 1:09 left, DB Steve Lovell made an interception at the Beef 9-yard line to halt a Fire Dog rally and sealed a playoff berth for the Beef. Omaha outscored Mississippi 30-10 in the second half.
Portland 35, IDAHO 22
X-Portland     11  5 0 661 528 Louisiana     8  8 0 654 609
X-Omaha         9  7 0 627 603 Idaho         5 11 0 474 684
X-Mississippi   9  7 0 669 570 Shreveport    5 11 0 450 598
Mobile          9  7 0 593 531 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2000 IPFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINAL
Sat Aug 19 - Mississippi (9-7) 43, OMAHA (9-7) 40 (4691) - Mississippi earned a berth in the IPFL Championship as QB John Fourcade rushed for a score and passed for five TDs. Trailing 24-14, the Fire Dogs took command early in the second half as Fourcade sparked a 27-3 scoring run. Omaha was paced by QB Troy Travis and WR Quincy Kenoly. Travis rushed for a score and was 17-30-1 passing for 185 yards and three TDs, while Kenoly had six receptions for a game-high 103 yards and one score
CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday August 26, 2000 at Portland - 4,498)
MISSISS. FIRE DOGS (10-7) 53, PORTLAND PROWLERS (11-5) 48 -QB John Fourcade's record-setting performance helped Mississippi capture the IPFL title. Fourcade established new post-season marks for completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns, as he was a red hot 30-37-1 passing for 244 yards and five TDs. The marquee battle between the IPFL's two most prolific passers, Fourcade and Portland's Erik Wilhelm, was all that it was billed to be. Both former NFL signal callers had their offenses in gear early, as both teams combined for 70 first half points. Fourcade, through the first two quarters, completed 20 of 22 passes for 157 yards and four TDs. Mississippi found the end zone on all of its first half possessions, with Fourcade having a hand in five of the Fire Dogs' first six scores. 
Cincinnati 12, CLEVELAND 3
INDIANAPOLIS 30, Detroit 18
MIAMI 28, Green Bay 20
TAMPA BAY 41, Minnesota 13
BUFFALO 23, NY Jets 20
Pittsburgh 9, BALTIMORE 6
Jacksonville 23, DALLAS 17 (OT)
Kansas City 24, SEATTLE 19
New Orleans 21, ARIZONA 10
NY GIANTS 24, Philadelphia 7
St. Louis 34, SAN FRANCISCO 24
Oakland 15, SAN DIEGO 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 30
Tennessee 27, WASHINGTON 21
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Jets        6  2 0 185 163 NY Giants      6  2 0 144 112
Miami          6  2 0 177 111 Washington     6  3 0 170 142
Indianapolis   6  2 0 232 171 Philadelphia   5  4 0 188 134
Buffalo        4  4 0 163 173 Dallas         3  5 0 191 197
New England    2  6 0 143 171 Arizona        2  6 0 131 231
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      7  1 0 172 118 Minnesota      7  1 0 197 178
Pittsburgh     5  3 0 130  84 Detroit        5  3 0 161 164
Baltimore      5  4 0 140  98 Tampa Bay      4  4 0 205 138
Jacksonville   3  6 0 165 207 GREEN BAY      3  5 0 168 167
Cincinnati     2  6 0  80 167 Chicago        1  7 0 110 202
Cleveland      2  7 0  98 209 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      7  1 0 330 252
Oakland        7  1 0 207 141 New Orleans    5  3 0 152 117
Kansas City    5  3 0 212 166 Carolina       3  5 0 156 129
Denver         4  4 0 238 178 Atlanta        3  6 0 162 250
Seattle        2  7 0 140 214 San Francisco  2  7 0 238 292
San Diego      0  8 0 130 219 
WEEK TEN (Bye - Jacksonville)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5
Baltimore 27, CINCINNATI 7
Buffalo 16, NEW ENGLAND 13 (OT)
PHILADELPHIA 16, Dallas 13 (OT)
CHICAGO 27, Indianapolis 24
Miami 23, DETROIT 8
NY Giants 24, CLEVELAND 3
TENNESSEE 9, Pittsburgh 7
NEW ORLEANS 31, San Francisco 15
Tampa Bay 27, ATLANTA 14
Denver 30, NY JETS 23
OAKLAND 49, Kansas City 31
SEATTLE 17, San Diego 15
ARIZONA 16, Washington 15
Carolina 27, ST. LOUIS 24
MONDAY NOVEMBER 6
GREEN BAY 26, Minnesota 20 (OT)
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          7  2 0 200 119 NY Giants      7  2 0 168 115
NY Jets        6  3 0 208 193 Washington     6  4 0 185 158
Indianapolis   6  3 0 256 198 Philadelphia   6  4 0 204 147
Buffalo        5  4 0 179 186 Dallas         3  6 0 204 213
New England    2  7 0 156 187 Arizona        3  6 0 147 246
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      8  1 0 181 125 Minnesota      7  2 0 217 204
Baltimore      6  4 0 167 105 Tampa Bay      5  4 0 232 152
Pittsburgh     5  4 0 137  93 Detroit        5  4 0 169 187
Jacksonville   3  6 0 165 207 GREEN BAY      4  5 0 194 187
Cincinnati     2  7 0  87 194 Chicago        2  7 0 137 226
Cleveland      2  8 0 101 233 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      7  2 0 354 279
Oakland        8  1 0 256 172 New Orleans    6  3 0 183 132
Kansas City    5  4 0 243 215 Carolina       4  5 0 183 153
Denver         5  4 0 268 201 Atlanta        3  7 0 176 277
Seattle        3  7 0 157 229 San Francisco  2  8 0 253 323
San Diego      0  9 0 145 236 
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Washington)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12
MINNESOTA 31, Arizona 14
DETROIT 13, Atlanta 10
Baltimore 24, TENNESSEE 23
BUFFALO 20, Chicago 3
DALLAS 23, Cincinnati 6
CLEVELAND 19, New England 11
New Orleans 20, CAROLINA 10
Philadelphia 26, PITTSBURGH 23 (OT)
Seattle 28, JACKSONVILLE 21
TAMPA BAY 20, Green Bay 15
SAN FRAN 21, Kansas City 7
Miami 17, SAN DIEGO 7
St. Louis 38, NY GIANTS 24
INDIANAPOLIS 23, NY Jets 15
MONDAY NOVEMBER 13
DENVER 27, Oakland 24
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          8  2 0 217 126 NY Giants      7  3 0 192 153
Indianapolis   7  3 0 279 213 Philadelphia   7  4 0 230 170
NY Jets        6  4 0 223 216 Washington     6  4 0 185 158
Buffalo        6  4 0 199 189 Dallas         4  6 0 227 219
New England    2  8 0 167 206 Arizona        3  7 0 161 277
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      8  2 0 204 149 Minnesota      8  2 0 248 218
Baltimore      7  4 0 191 128 Tampa Bay      6  4 0 252 167
Pittsburgh     5  5 0 160 119 Detroit        6  4 0 182 197
Jacksonville   3  7 0 186 235 GREEN BAY      4  6 0 209 207
Cleveland      3  8 0 120 244 Chicago        2  8 0 140 246
Cincinnati     2  8 0  93 217 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  2 0 392 303
Oakland        8  2 0 280 199 New Orleans    7  3 0 203 142
Denver         6  4 0 295 225 Carolina       4  6 0 193 173
Kansas City    5  5 0 250 236 Atlanta        3  8 0 186 290
Seattle        4  7 0 185 250 San Francisco  3  8 0 274 330
San Diego      0 10 0 152 253
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Seattle)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19
PHILADELPHIA 34, Arizona 9
Buffalo 21, KANSAS CITY 17
MINNESOTA 31, Carolina 17
NEW ENGLAND 16, Cincinnati 13
TENNESSEE 24, Cleveland 10
Detroit 31, NY GIANTS 21
GREEN BAY 26, Indianapolis 24
Oakland 31, NEW ORLEANS 22
CHICAGO 13, Tampa Bay 10
SAN FRANCISCO 16, Atlanta 6
BALTIMORE 27, Dallas 0
NY Jets 20, MIAMI 3
DENVER 38, San Diego 37
Jacksonville 34, PITTSBURGH 24
MONDAY NOVEMBER 20
Washington 33, ST. LOUIS 20
AFC EASTERN DIVISION           NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          8  3 0 220 146 Philadelphia   8  4 0 264 179
Indianapolis   7  4 0 303 239 NY Giants      7  4 0 213 184
NY Jets        7  4 0 243 219 Washington     7  4 0 218 178
Buffalo        7  4 0 220 206 Dallas         4  7 0 227 246
New England    3  8 0 183 219 Arizona        3  8 0 170 311
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      9  2 0 228 159 Minnesota      9  2 0 279 235
Baltimore      8  4 0 218 128 Detroit        7  4 0 213 218
Pittsburgh     5  6 0 184 153 Tampa Bay      6  5 0 262 180
Jacksonville   4  7 0 220 259 GREEN BAY      5  6 0 235 231
Cleveland      3  9 0 130 268 Chicago        3  8 0 153 256
Cincinnati     2  9 0 106 233 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  3 0 412 336
Oakland        9  2 0 311 221 New Orleans    7  4 0 225 173
Denver         7  4 0 333 262 Carolina       4  7 0 210 204
Kansas City    5  6 0 267 257 San Francisco  4  8 0 290 336
Seattle        4  7 0 185 250 Atlanta        3  9 0 192 306
San Diego      0 11 0 189 291 
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - San Francisco)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23
DETROIT 34, New England 9
Minnesota 27, DALLAS 15
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26
TAMPA BAY 31, Buffalo 17
NY JETS 17, Chicago 10
BALTIMORE 44, Cleveland 7
New Orleans 31, ST. LOUIS 24
Philadelphia 23, WASHINGTON 20
Pittsburgh 48, CINCINNATI 28
OAKLAND 41, Atlanta 14
Denver 38, SEATTLE 31
SAN DIEGO 17, Kansas City 16
Miami 17, INDIANAPOLIS 14
JACKSONVILLE 16, Tennessee 13
NY Giants 31, ARIZONA 7
MONDAY NOVEMBER 27
CAROLINA 31, Green Bay 14
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami          9  3 0 237 160 Philadelphia   9  4 0 287 199
NY Jets        8  4 0 260 229 NY Giants      8  4 0 244 191
Indianapolis   7  5 0 317 256 Washington     7  5 0 238 201
Buffalo        7  5 0 237 237 Dallas         4  8 0 242 273
New England    3  9 0 192 253 Arizona        3  9 0 177 342
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee      9  3 0 241 175 Minnesota     10  2 0 306 250
Baltimore      9  4 0 262 135 Detroit        8  4 0 247 227
Pittsburgh     6  6 0 232 181 Tampa Bay      7  5 0 293 197
Jacksonville   5  7 0 236 272 GREEN BAY      5  7 0 249 262
Cleveland      3 10 0 137 312 Chicago        3  9 0 163 273
Cincinnati     2 10 0 134 281 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  4 0 436 367
Oakland       10  2 0 352 235 New Orleans    8  4 0 256 197
Denver         8  4 0 371 293 Carolina       5  7 0 241 218
Kansas City    5  7 0 283 274 San Francisco  4  8 0 290 336
Seattle        4  8 0 216 288 Atlanta        3 10 0 206 347
San Diego      1 11 0 206 307 
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - Baltimore)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30
MINNESOTA 24, Detroit 17
SUNDAY DECEMBER 3
CINCINNATI 24, Arizona 13
TAMPA BAY 27, Dallas 7
Denver 38, NEW ORLEANS 23
Miami 33, BUFFALO 6
NY Giants 9, WASHINGTON 7
PITTSBURGH 21, Oakland 20
CAROLINA 16, St. Louis 3
Seattle 30, ATLANTA 10
Tennessee 15, PHILADELPHIA 13
JACKSONVILLE 48, Cleveland 0
NY JETS 27, Indianapolis 17
San Francisco 45, SAN DIEGO 17
Green Bay 28, CHICAGO 6
MONDAY DECEMBER 4
NEW ENGLAND 30, Kansas City 24
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami         10  3 0 270 166 NY Giants      9  4 0 253 198
NY Jets        9  4 0 287 246 Philadelphia   9  5 0 300 214
Indianapolis   7  6 0 334 283 Washington     7  6 0 245 210
Buffalo        7  6 0 243 270 Dallas         4  9 0 249 300
New England    4  9 0 222 277 Arizona        3 10 0 190 366
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Tennessee     10  3 0 256 188 Minnesota     11  2 0 330 267
Baltimore      9  4 0 262 135 Tampa Bay      8  5 0 320 204
Pittsburgh     7  6 0 253 201 Detroit        8  5 0 264 251
Jacksonville   6  7 0 284 272 GREEN BAY      6  7 0 277 268
Cincinnati     3 10 0 158 294 Chicago        3 10 0 169 301
Cleveland      3 11 0 137 360 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      8  5 0 439 383
Oakland       10  3 0 372 256 New Orleans    8  5 0 279 235
Denver         9  4 0 409 316 Carolina       6  7 0 257 221
Kansas City    5  8 0 307 304 San Francisco  5  8 0 335 353
Seattle        5  8 0 246 298 Atlanta        3 11 0 216 377
San Diego      1 12 0 223 352 
WEEK FIFTEEN (Bye - Atlanta)
SUNDAY DECEMBER 10
JACKSONVILLE 44, Arizona 10
KANSAS CITY 15, Carolina 14
TENNESSEE 35, Cincinnati 3
GREEN BAY 26, Detroit 13
CHICAGO 24, New England 17
Philadelphia 35, CLEVELAND 24
NY GIANTS 30, Pittsburgh 10
BALTIMORE 24, San Diego 3
Tampa Bay 16, MIAMI 13
ST. LOUIS 40, Minnesota 29
New Orleans 31, SAN FRANCISCO 27
DENVER 31, Seattle 24
DALLAS 32, Washington 13
OAKLAND 31, NY Jets 7
MONDAY DECEMBER 11
INDIANAPOLIS 44, Buffalo 20
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Miami         10  4 0 283 182 NY Giants     10  4 0 283 208
NY Jets        9  5 0 294 277 Philadelphia  10  5 0 335 238
Indianapolis   8  6 0 378 303 Washington     7  7 0 258 242
Buffalo        7  7 0 263 314 Dallas         5  9 0 281 313
New England    4 10 0 239 301 Arizona        3 11 0 200 410
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Tennessee   11  3 0 291 191 Y-Minnesota   11  3 0 359 306
Baltimore     10  4 0 286 138 Tampa Bay      9  5 0 336 217
Pittsburgh     7  7 0 263 231 Detroit        8  6 0 277 277
Jacksonville   7  7 0 328 282 GREEN BAY      7  7 0 303 281
Cincinnati     3 11 0 161 329 Chicago        4 10 0 193 318
Cleveland      3 12 0 161 395 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          St. Louis      9  5 0 479 412
Y-Oakland     11  3 0 403 263 New Orleans    9  5 0 310 262
Denver        10  4 0 440 340 Carolina       6  8 0 271 236
Kansas City    6  8 0 322 318 San Francisco  5  9 0 362 384
Seattle        5  9 0 270 329 Atlanta        3 11 0 216 377
San Diego      1 13 0 226 376 Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN (Bye - Philadelphia)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 16
PITTSBURGH 24, Washington 3
SEATTLE 27, Oakland 24
SUNDAY DECEMBER 17
NEW ORLEANS 23, Atlanta 7
KANSAS CITY 20, Denver 7
Detroit 10, NY JETS 7
Green Bay 33, MINNESOTA 28
CINCINNATI 17, Jacksonville 14
New England 13, BUFFALO 10 (OT)
CAROLINA 30, San Diego 22
Tennessee 24, CLEVELAND 0
Baltimore 13, ARIZONA 7
SAN FRANCISCO 17, Chicago 0
Indianapolis 20, MIAMI 13
NY Giants 17, DALLAS 13
MONDAY DECEMBER 18
TAMPA BAY 38, St. Louis 35
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Miami       10  5 0 296 202 X-NY Giants   11  4 0 300 221
NY Jets        9  6 0 301 287 Philadelphia  10  5 0 335 238
Indianapolis   9  6 0 408 316 Washington     7  8 0 261 266
Buffalo        7  8 0 273 327 Dallas         5 10 0 294 330
New England    5 10 0 252 311 Arizona        3 12 0 207 423
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
Y-Tennessee   12  3 0 315 191 Y-Minnesota   11  4 0 387 339
Y-Baltimore   11  4 0 299 145 Tampa Bay     10  5 0 374 252
Pittsburgh     8  7 0 287 234 Detroit        9  6 0 287 284
Jacksonville   7  8 0 342 299 GREEN BAY      8  7 0 336 309
Cincinnati     4 11 0 178 343 Chicago        4 11 0 193 335
Cleveland      3 13 0 161 419 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-New Orleans 10  5 0 333 269
Y-Oakland     11  4 0 427 290 St. Louis      9  6 0 514 450
Denver        10  5 0 447 360 Carolina       7  8 0 301 258
Kansas City    7  8 0 342 325 San Francisco  6  9 0 379 384
Seattle        6  9 0 297 353 Atlanta        3 12 0 223 400
San Diego      1 14 0 248 406 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - Cleveland)
SATURDAY DECEMBER 23
NY GIANTS 28, Jacksonville 25
DENVER 38, San Francisco 9
SUNDAY DECEMBER 24
Buffalo 42, SEATTLE 23
WASHINGTON 20, Arizona 3
Chicago 23, DETROIT 20
PHILADELPHIA 16, Cincinnati 7
ATLANTA 29, Kansas City 13
Miami 27, NEW ENGLAND 24
BALTIMORE 34, NY Jets 20
St. Louis 26, NEW ORLEANS 21
GREEN BAY 17, Tampa Bay 14 (OT)
OAKLAND 52, Carolina 9
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Minnesota 10
Pittsburgh 34, SAN DIEGO 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 25
TENNESSEE 31, Dallas 0
AFC EASTERN DIVISION          NFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-Miami       11  5 0 323 226 X-NY Giants   12  4 0 328 246
Y-Indianapolis10  6 0 429 326 Y-Philadelphia11  5 0 351 245
NY Jets        9  7 0 321 331 Washington     8  8 0 281 269
Buffalo        8  8 0 315 350 Dallas         5 11 0 294 361
New England    5 11 0 276 338 Arizona        3 13 0 210 443
AFC CENTRAL DIVISION          NFC CENTRAL DIVISION
X-Tennessee   13  3 0 346 191 X-Minnesota   11  5 0 397 371
Y-Baltimore   12  4 0 333 165 Y-Tampa Bay   10  6 0 388 269
Pittsburgh     9  7 0 321 255 GREEN BAY      9  7 0 353 323
Jacksonville   7  9 0 367 327 Detroit        9  7 0 307 307
Cincinnati     4 12 0 185 359 Chicago        5 11 0 216 355
Cleveland      3 13 0 161 419 NFC WESTERN DIVISION
AFC WESTERN DIVISION          X-New Orleans 10  6 0 354 305
X-Oakland     12  4 0 479 299 Y-St. Louis   10  6 0 540 471
Y-Denver      11  5 0 485 369 Carolina       7  9 0 310 310
Kansas City    7  9 0 355 354 San Francisco  6 10 0 388 422
Seattle        6 10 0 320 405 Atlanta        4 12 0 252 413
San Diego      1 15 0 269 440 
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Wildcard Berth
2000 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 30) - MIAMI (11-5) 23, Indianapolis (10-6) 17 (OT)
Wildcard (December 31) - BALTIMORE (12-4) 21, Denver (11-5) 3
Divisional (January 6) - OAKLAND (12-4) 27, Miami (12-5) 0
Divisional (January 7) - Baltimore (13-4) 24, TENNESSEE (13-3) 10
Conference (January 14) - Baltimore (14-4) 16, OAKLAND (13-4) 3
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (December 30) - NEW ORLEANS (10-6) 31, St. Louis (10-6) 28
Wildcard (December 31) - PHILADELPHIA (11-5) 21, Tampa Bay (10-6) 3
Divisional (January 6) - MINNESOTA (11-5) 34, New Orleans (11-6) 16
Divisional (January 7) - NY GIANTS (12-4) 20, Philadelphia (12-5) 10
Conference (January 14) - NY GIANTS (13-4) 41, Minnesota (12-5) 0
SUPER BOWL 35 (January 28, 2001 at Tampa)
BALTIMORE RAVENS (15-4) 34, NEW YORK GIANTS (14-4) 7 - The Ravens' defense completed a dominating season by permitting just 152 yards, forcing 5 turnovers, recording 4 sacks, and not allowing an offensive touchdown en route to the franchise’s first Super Bowl victory. Jermaine Lewis’s punt return into Giants’ territory midway through the first quarter was followed two plays later by Trent Dilfer’s 38-yard TD pass to Brandon Stokley, which gave the Ravens a 7-0 lead. Early in the second quarter, Jessie Armstead intercepted a short pass by Dilfer and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown, but the play was nullified by a penalty. Dilfer’s 36-yard pass to Qadry Ismail in the second quarter set up Matt Stover’s 47-yard field goal with 1:48 left in the half. Tiki Barber’s 27-yard run gave the Giants their deepest penetration of the game, to the Ravens’ 29, but Chris McAlister intercepted Kerry Collins’s pass on the next play to preserve a 10-0 lead. In the third quarter, Duane Starks stepped in front of Amani Toomer and intercepted Collins’s pass. Starks returned it 49 yards untouched for a 17-0 lead. The Giants immediately cut the lead to 10 points when Ron Dixon returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a TD. However, Jermaine Lewis then matched Dixon’s kickoff return as he cut across the field and raced 84 yards for a 24-7 lead with 3:13 left in the third quarter. The 3 TDs in 36 seconds were a Super Bowl record. The Giants gained just 1 first down on their final four possessions. Jamal Lewis’s 3-yard TD run midway through the fourth quarter game Baltimore a 31-7 lead, and Robert Bailey recovered Dixon’s fumble on the ensuing kickoff return to set up Stover’s 34-yard FG with 5:27 remaining to finish the scoring. Dilfer completed 12 of 25 passes for 153 yards and 1 TD. Jamal Lewis had 27 carries for 102 yards. Collins was 15 of 39 for 112 yards, with 4 interceptions. Ray Lewis was named MVP.
Amsterdam      3  2 0  96 113 Berlin         2  3 0  82 139
Scotland       3  2 0 117  71 Frankfurt      1  4 0 116 120
WEEK SIX
Saturday May 20
BARCELONA 22, Amsterdam 16 (8100) - Cory Sauter threw one TD pass and Terry Battle ran for another as the Dragons opened up a 19-0 lead but then had to withstand a 16-point fourth quarter from the Admirals.
Sunday May 21
BERLIN 25, Rhein 21 (OT) (10273) - Jaret Holmes kicked a 52-yard FG late in OT to give the Thunder the win. The four-pointer came after Fire QB Danny Wuerffel sent the game into OT with a 3-yard TD run with 10 seconds to go.
Frankfurt 31, SCOTLAND 30 (OT) (9127) - Galaxy QB Pat Barnes hit Mario Bailey with a TD to take a the lead. Claymores QB Kevin Daft found Donald Sellers for a TD, but the Claymores went for a 2-point conversion and failed.
Rhein          4  2 0 143 109 Amsterdam      3  3 0 112 135
Barcelona      3  3 0 126 140 Scotland       3  3 0 147 102
Berlin         3  3 0 107 160 Frankfurt      2  4 0 147 150
WEEK SEVEN
Saturday May 27
RHEIN 28, Berlin 27 (33437) - Danny Wuerffel led the Fire back from 20-0 down as he distributed four second-half touchdown passes, including the game-winner to Alonzo Johnson with little more than a minute remaining.
Sunday May 21
SCOTLAND 28, Barcelona 0 (8827) - Marcus Crandell threw three TD passes and the Claymores defense had a club record nine sacks. It was the first shut out for the Claymores since their World Bowl year of 1996 
AMSTERDAM 41, Frankfurt 7 (12048) - Admirals QB Ron Powlus completed 20 of 37 attempts for 369 yards and 3 TDs, while the defense recorded 11 sacks, tying the second-best performance in league history.
Rhein          5  2 0 171 136 Barcelona      3  4 0 126 168
Amsterdam      4  3 0 153 142 Berlin         3  4 0 134 188
Scotland       4  3 0 175 102 Frankfurt      2  5 0 154 191
WEEK EIGHT
Saturday June 3
Scotland 42, AMSTERDAM 10 (10867) - The Claymores tied a league record with 35 first-half points. They went to the locker room 35-3 ahead after turning two Admirals turnovers into first-half TDs and running back a kickoff for a TD.
Barcelona 22, BERLIN 9 (7932) - WR Jermaine Copeland made amends for twice fumbling away possession and handing points to Berlin by making 11 catches for 112 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Sunday June 4
Rhein 53, FRANKFURT 14 (41351) - QB Danny Wuerffel threw four TD passes and Matt Lytle added another two as the Fire ran up the third-highest score in league history to overpower their national rivals.
Rhein          6  2 0 224 150 Barcelona      4  4 0 148 177
Scotland       5  3 0 217 112 Berlin         3  5 0 143 210
Amsterdam      4  4 0 163 184 Frankfurt      2  6 0 168 244
WEEK NINE
Saturday June 10
BERLIN 28, Amsterdam 15 (8014) - Scott Milanovich threw three TD passes and ran for another as the Thunder knocked the Admirals out of the World Bowl race and helped the Rhein Fire qualify for the championship game.
SCOTLAND 31, Rhein 24 (10196) - Scotland qualified for the World Bowl when Aaron Stecker scored from three yards out with 19 seconds to go. Danny Wuerfell threw for one TD and ran for one for the Fire.
Sunday June 11
Frankfurt 14, BARCELONA 8 (9300) - A defensive game that featured a  record-equalling eight turnovers also saw Barcelona WR Jeremaine Copeland caught a league single-game record 19 passes.
X-Rhein        6  3 0 248 181 Barcelona      4  5 0 156 191
X-Scotland     6  3 0 248 136 Berlin         4  5 0 171 225
Amsterdam      4  5 0 178 212 Frankfurt      3  6 0 182 252
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WEEK TEN
Saturday June 17
FRANKFURT 24, Berlin 17 (31648) - Pat Barnes became the all-time leader in TD passes and led Frankfurt to the win as he threw TD passes to Mario Bailey and RB Michael Blair as Frankfurt opened up a 24-3 halftime lead.
BARCELONA 28, Scotland 25 (8200) - Dragons WR Jeremaine Copeland set a new league record for receptions in a single season when his 72nd catch of the year made history and inspired a home victory.
Sunday June 11
RHEIN 31, Amsterdam 28 (37113) - Danny Wuerffel set a new single season record for TD passes with 25 as the Fire had to withstand a 28-point fourth from Amsterdam before recovering an onside kick with 5 seconds to go.
X-Rhein        7  3 0 279 209 Amsterdam      4  6 0 206 243
X-Scotland     6  4 0 273 165 Frankfurt      4  6 0 206 269
Barcelona      5  5 0 194 212 Berlin         4  6 0 189 249
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 2000 (Sunday June 25, 2000 at Frankfurt - 35,860)
RHEIN FIRE (7-3) 13, SCOTTISH CLAYMORES (6-4) 10 - Rhein was celebrating another World Bowl success after sneaking past the Claymores on the back of Pepe Pearson's 1-yard run with just 1:12 remaining. The Fire won the game with tough defense and some hard fourth quarter running from Pearson, who gained 48 yards on six carries on the game-winning drive. Despite being held to 90 yards passing and being intercepted twice, Fire quarterback Danny Wuerffel admitted to being thrilled at winning a World Bowl ring.
San Antonio (2-0)
Los Angeles (0-2)
Houston (2-0)
Miami (0-2)
Mississippi (9-7)
Omaha (9-7)
Portland (11-5)
Louisiana (8-8)
Idaho (5-11)
Shreveport (5-11)
Mobile (9-7)
Peoria (14-0)
Steel Valley (9-5)
Bismarck (11-3)
Topeka (10-4)
Green Bay (10-4)
Erie (6-8)
Black Hills (10-4)
Lincoln (10-4)
Madison (8-6)
Minnesota (5-9)
Duluth (2-12)
La Crosse (2-12)
Dayton (6-8)
Johnstown (3-11)
Duluth (2-12)
Casper (9-5)
Sioux City (9-5)
Billings (8-6)
Sioux Falls (8-6)
Fargo (1-13)
Wichita (4-10)
Augusta (13-3)
Jacksonville (9-7)
Richmond (7-9)
Norfolk (10-6)
Carolina (9-7)
Charleston (4-12)
Quad City (16-0)
Tenn Valley (10-6)
Tulsa (9-7)
Pensacola (8-8)
Birmingham (7-9)
Arkansas (7-9)
Greensboro (3-13)
Roanoke (3-13)
Tallahassee (5-11)
Albany (9-5)
Orlando (11-3)
New England (8-6)
Nashville (9-5)
Iowa (9-5)
Milwaukee (7-7)
Buffalo (5-9)
Grand Rapids (6-8)
San Jose (12-2)
Houston (3-11)
Tampa Bay (8-6)
Oklahoma (7-7)
Arizona (12-2)
Carolina (3-11)
New Jersey (4-10)
Florida (3-11)
Los Angeles (3-11)
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Houston 16, LOS ANGELES 13 (1100) - Late in the game, Kerry Henderson returned a kickoff 48 yards to the Dragons' 34-yard-line. Houston roared down to the Los Angeles 4 before Kyle Bryant kicked the game- winner.
San Antonio 16, MIAMI 13 (1000) - A late fumble and a missed FG helped give San Antonio the win. Brandon Kornblue kicked his third field goal with just over a minute to play to send the small crowd home shaking their heads.
Houston        1  0 0  16  13 Miami          0  1 0  13  16
San Antonio    1  0 0  16  13 Los Angeles    0  1 0  13  16
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MAY 6                      
HOUSTON 40, Miami 10 (700) - Outlaws RB Shon Mitchell ran for 166 yards and 3 touchdowns, as Houston was named co-champions.
SAN ANTONIO 21, Los Angeles 8 (1500) - Houston and San Antonio were named co-champions after going 2-0. On May 8, the league announced it was suspending play and looking toward 2001.
Houston        2  0 0  56  23 Miami          0  2 0  23  56
San Antonio    2  0 0  37  21 Los Angeles    0  2 0  21  37
Barcelona (5-5)
Scotland (6-4)
Rhein (7-3)
Amsterdam (4-6)
Frankfurt (4-6)
Berlin (4-6)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6)
Head Coach: Tony Dungy
Green Bay Packers (9-7)
Head Coach: Mike Sherman
Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7)
Head Coach: Bill Cowher
Baltimore Ravens (12-4)
Head Coach: Brian Billick
Detroit Lions (9-7)
Head Coach: Bobby Ross (5-4) and Gary Moeller (4-3)
New Orleans Saints (10-6)
Head Coach: Jim Haslett
Jacksonville Jaguars (7-9)
Head Coach: Tom Coughlin
St. Louis Rams (10-6)
Head Coach: Mike Martz
Carolina Panthers (7-9)
Head Coach: George Seifert
San Francisco 49ers (6-10)
Head Coach: Steve Mariucci 
Oakland Raiders (12-4)
Head Coach: Jon Gruden
Denver Broncos (11-5)
Head Coach: Mike Shanahan
Kansas City Chiefs (7-9)
Head Coach: Gunther Cunningham 
Seattle Seahawks (6-10)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
Chicago Bears (5-11)
Head Coach: Dick Jauron
San Diego Chargers (1-15)
Head Coach: Mike Riley










New York Giants (12-4)
Head Coach: Jim Fassel
Miami Dolphins (11-5)
Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt 
Philadelphia Eagles (11-5)
Head Coach: Andy Reid
Indianapolis Colts (10-6)
Head Coach: Jim Mora
Washington Redskins (8-8)
Head Coach: Norv Turner (7-6) and Terry Robiskie (1-2)
Dallas Cowboys (5-11)
Head Coach: Dave Campo
New York Jets (9-7)
Head Coach: Al Groh
Buffalo Bills (8-8)
Head Coach: Wade Phillips
Tennessee Titans (13-3)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Arizona Cardinals (3-13)
Head Coach: Vince Tobin (2-5) and Dave McGinnis (1-8)
New England Patriots (5-11)
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
Minnesota Vikings (11-5)
Head Coach: Dennis Green
Atlanta Falcons (4-12)
Head Coach: Dan Reeves
Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)
Head Coach: Bruce Coslet (0-3) and Dick LeBeau (4-9)
Cleveland Browns (3-13)
Head Coach: Chris Palmer