WEEK ONE
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7
PITTSBURGH 28, Miami 17
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Atlanta 20, CAROLINA 6
Baltimore 27, TAMPA BAY 0
NEW ENGLAND 19, Buffalo 17
Cincinnati 23, KANSAS CITY 10
ST. LOUIS 18, Denver 10
New Orleans 19, CLEVELAND 14
NY Jets 23, TENNESSEE 16
Philadelphia 24, HOUSTON 10
Seattle 9, DETROIT 6
Chicago 26, GREEN BAY 0
JACKSONVILLE 24, Dallas 17
ARIZONA 34, San Francisco 27
Indianapolis 26, NY GIANTS 21
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Minnesota 19, WASHINGTON 16   San Diego 27, OAKLAND 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   1  0 0  24  10 Chicago        1  0 0  26   0
Dallas         0  1 0  17  24 Minnesota      1  0 0  19  16
Washington     0  1 0  16  19 Detroit        0  1 0   6   9
NY Giants      0  1 0  21  26 GREEN BAY      0  1 0   0  26
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
Atlanta        1  0 0  20   6 St. Louis      1  0 0  18  10
New Orleans    1  0 0  19  14 Seattle        1  0 0   9   6
Carolina       0  1 0   6  20 Arizona        1  0 0  34  27
Tampa Bay      0  1 0   0  27 San Francisco  0  1 0  27  34
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    1  0 0  19  17 Baltimore      1  0 0  27   0
NY Jets        1  0 0  23  16 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  28  17
Miami          0  1 0  17  28 Cincinnati     1  0 0 23  10
Buffalo        0  1 0  17  19 Cleveland      0  1 0  14  19
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   1  0 0  26  21 San Diego      1  0 0  27   0
Jacksonville   1  0 0  24  17 Kansas City    0  1 0  10  23
Tennessee      0  1 0  16  23 Denver         0  1 0  10  18
Houston        0  1 0  10  24 Oakland        0  1 0   0  27
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Buffalo 16, MIAMI 6
MINNESOTA 16, Carolina 13 (OT)
CINCINNATI 34, Cleveland 17
CHICAGO 34, Detroit 7
INDIANAPOLIS 43, Houston 24
New Orleans 34, GREEN BAY 27
Giants 30, PHILADELPHIA 24 (OT)
BALTIMORE 28, Oakland 6
ATLANTA 14, Tampa Bay 3
SEATTLE 21, Arizona 10
SAN FRANCISCO 20, St. Louis 13
DENVER 9, Kansas City 6
New England 24, NY JETS 17
SAN DIEGO 40, Tennessee 7
DALLAS 27, Washington 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18
JACKSONVILLE 9, Pittsburgh 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   1  1 0  48  40 Chicago        2  0 0  60   7
Dallas         1  1 0  44  34 Minnesota      2  0 0  35  29
NY Giants      1  1 0  51  50 Detroit        0  2 0  13  43
Washington     0  2 0  26  46 GREEN BAY      0  2 0  27  60
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
Atlanta        2  0 0  34   9 Seattle        2  0 0  30  16
New Orleans    2  0 0  53  41 St. Louis      1  1 0  31  30
Carolina       0  2 0  19  36 Arizona        1  1 0  44  48
Tampa Bay      0  2 0   3  41 San Francisco  1  1 0  47  47
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    2  0 0  43  34 Baltimore      2  0 0  55   6
NY Jets        1  1 0  40  40 Cincinnati     2  0 0  57  27
Buffalo        1  1 0  33  25 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  28  26
Miami          0  2 0  23  44 Cleveland      0  2 0  31  53
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   2  0 0  69  45 San Diego      2  0 0  67   7
Jacksonville   2  0 0  33  17 Denver         1  1 0  19  24
Tennessee      0  2 0  23  63 Kansas City    0  2 0  16  32
Houston        0  2 0  34  67 Oakland        0  2 0   6  55
WEEK THREE (Bye - Dallas, Oakland, Kansas City, San Diego)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Carolina 26, TAMPA BAY 24
Chicago 19, MINNESOTA 16
Cincinnati 28, PITTSBURGH 20
Green Bay 31, DETROIT 24
INDIANAPOLIS 21, Jacksonville 14
NY Jets 28, BUFFALO 20
MIAMI 13, Tennessee 10
Washington 31, HOUSTON 15
Baltimore 15, CLEVELAND 14
SEATTLE 42, NY Giants 30
Philadelphia 38, SAN FRANCISCO 24
St. Louis 16, ARIZONA 14
Denver 17, NEW ENGLAND 7
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25
NEW ORLEANS 23, Atlanta 3
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   2  1 0  86  64 Chicago        3  0 0  79  23
Washington     2  1 0  57  61 Minnesota      2  1 0  51  48
Dallas         1  1 0  44  34 GREEN BAY      1  2 0  58  84
NY Giants      1  2 0  81  92 Detroit        0  3 0  37  74
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    3  0 0  76  44 Seattle        3  0 0  72  46
Atlanta        2  1 0  37  32 St. Louis      2  1 0  47  44
Carolina       1  2 0  45  60 Arizona        1  2 0  58  64
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  27  67 San Francisco  1  2 0  71  85
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    2  1 0  50  51 Baltimore      3  0 0  70  20
NY Jets        2  1 0  68  60 Cincinnati     3  0 0  85  47
Buffalo        1  2 0  53  53 Pittsburgh     1  2 0  48  54
Miami          1  2 0  36  54 Cleveland      0  3 0  45  68
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   3  0 0  90  59 San Diego      2  0 0  67   7
Jacksonville   2  1 0  47  38 Denver         2  1 0  36  31
Tennessee      0  3 0  33  76 Kansas City    0  2 0  16  32
Houston        0  3 0  49  98 Oakland        0  2 0   6  55
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Denver, NY Giants, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
ATLANTA 32, Arizona 10
Dallas 45, TENNESSEE 14
Indianapolis 31, NY JETS 28
HOUSTON 17, Miami 15
BUFFALO 17, Minnesota 12
CAROLINA 21, New Orleans 18
BALTIMORE 16, San Diego 13
KANSAS CITY 41, San Francisco 0
ST. LOUIS 41, Detroit 34
Cleveland 24, OAKLAND 21
WASHINGTON 36, Jacksonville 30 (OT)
New England 38, CINCINNATI 13
CHICAGO 37, Seattle 6
MONDAY OCTOBER 2
PHILADELPHIA 31, Green Bay 9
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   3  1 0 117  73 Chicago        4  0 0 116  29
Washington     3  1 0  93  91 Minnesota      2  2 0  63  65
Dallas         2  1 0  89  48 GREEN BAY      1  3 0  67 115
NY Giants      1  2 0  81  92 Detroit        0  4 0  71 115
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    3  1 0  94  65 Seattle        3  1 0  78  83
Atlanta        3  1 0  69  42 St. Louis      3  1 0  88  78
Carolina       2  2 0  66  78 Arizona        1  3 0  68  96
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  27  67 San Francisco  1  3 0  71 126
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    3  1 0  88  64 Baltimore      4  0 0  86  33
NY Jets        2  2 0  96  91 Cincinnati     3  1 0  98  85
Buffalo        2  2 0  70  65 Pittsburgh     1  2 0  48  54
Miami          1  3 0  51  71 Cleveland      1  3 0  69  89
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   4  0 0 121  87 San Diego      2  1 0  80  23
Jacksonville   2  2 0  77  74 Denver         2  1 0  36  31
Houston        1  3 0  66 113 Kansas City    1  2 0  57  32
Tennessee      0  4 0  47 121 Oakland        0  3 0  27  79
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Atlanta, Houston, Seattle, Cincinnati)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
CHICAGO 40, Buffalo 7
CAROLINA 20, Cleveland 12
MINNESOTA 26, Detroit 17
NEW ENGLAND 20, Miami 10
St. Louis 23, GREEN BAY 20
NEW ORLEANS 24, Tampa Bay 21
INDIANAPOLIS 14, Tennessee 13
NY GIANTS 19, Washington 3
Kansas City 23, ARIZONA 20
JACKSONVILLE 41, NY Jets 0
SAN FRANCISCO 34, Oakland 20
PHILADELPHIA 38, Dallas 24
SAN DIEGO 23, Pittsburgh 13
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
DENVER 13, Baltimore 3
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   4  1 0 155  97 Chicago        5  0 0 156  36
Washington     3  2 0  96 110 Minnesota      3  2 0  89  82
Dallas         2  2 0 113  86 GREEN BAY      1  4 0  87 138
NY Giants      2  2 0 100  95 Detroit        0  5 0  88 141
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    4  1 0 118  86 St. Louis      4  1 0 111  98
Atlanta        3  1 0  69  42 Seattle        3  1 0  78  83
Carolina       3  2 0  86  90 San Francisco  2  3 0 105 146
Tampa Bay      0  4 0  48  91 Arizona        1  4 0  88 119
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    4  1 0 108  74 Baltimore      4  1 0  89  46
NY Jets        2  3 0  96 132 Cincinnati     3  1 0  98  85
Buffalo        2  3 0  77 105 Pittsburgh     1  3 0  61  77
Miami          1  4 0  61  91 Cleveland      1  4 0  81 109
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   5  0 0 135 100 San Diego      3  1 0 103  36
Jacksonville   3  2 0 118  74 Denver         3  1 0  49  34
Houston        1  3 0  66 113 Kansas City    2  2 0  80  52
Tennessee      0  5 0  60 135 Oakland        0  4 0  47 113
WEEK SIX (Bye - Cleveland, Indianapolis, Green Bay, Jacksonville, New England, Minnesota)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
DETROIT 20, Buffalo 17
Carolina 23, BALTIMORE 21
TAMPA BAY 14, Cincinnati 13
DALLAS 34, Houston 6
NY Giants 27, ATLANTA 14
NEW ORLEANS 27, Philadelphia 24
Seattle 30, ST. LOUIS 28
Tennessee 25, WASHINGTON 22
PITTSBURGH 45, Kansas City 7
NY JETS 20, Miami 17
San Diego 48, SAN FRANCISCO 19
DENVER 13, Oakland 3
MONDAY OCTOBER 16
Chicago 24, ARIZONA 23
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Philadelphia   4  2 0 179 124 Chicago        6  0 0 180  59
NY Giants      3  2 0 127 109 Minnesota      3  2 0  89  82
Dallas         3  2 0 147  92 GREEN BAY      1  4 0  87 138
Washington     3  3 0 118 135 Detroit        1  5 0 108 158
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    5  1 0 145 110 Seattle        4  1 0 108 111
Carolina       4  2 0 109 111 St. Louis      4  2 0 139 128
Atlanta        3  2 0  83  69 San Francisco  2  4 0 124 194
Tampa Bay      1  4 0  62 104 Arizona        1  5 0 111 143
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    4  1 0 108  74 Baltimore      4  2 0 110  69
NY Jets        3  3 0 116 149 Cincinnati     3  2 0 111  99
Buffalo        2  4 0  94 125 Pittsburgh     2  3 0 106  84
Miami          1  5 0  78 111 Cleveland      1  4 0  81 109
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   5  0 0 135 100 San Diego      4  1 0 151  55
Jacksonville   3  2 0 118  74 Denver         4  1 0  62  37
Houston        1  4 0  72 147 Kansas City    2  3 0  87  97
Tennessee      1  5 0  85 157 Oakland        0  5 0  50 126
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Baltimore, Chicago, New Orleans, Tennessee, St. Louis, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
CINCINNATI 17, Carolina 14
NY JETS 31, Detroit 24
Green Bay 34, MIAMI 24
HOUSTON 27, Jacksonville 7
New England 28, BUFFALO 6
TAMPA BAY 23, Philadelphia 21
ATLANTA 41, Pittsburgh 38
KANSAS CITY 30, San Diego 27
Denver 17, CLEVELAND 7
OAKLAND 22, Arizona 9
Minnesota 31, SEATTLE 13
INDIANAPOLIS 36, Washington 22
MONDAY OCTOBER 23
NY Giants 36, DALLAS 22
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
NY Giants      4  2 0 163 131 Chicago        6  0 0 180  59
Philadelphia   4  3 0 200 147 Minnesota      4  2 0 120  95
Dallas         3  3 0 169 128 GREEN BAY      2  4 0 121 162
Washington     3  4 0 140 171 Detroit        1  6 0 132 189
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    5  1 0 145 110 Seattle        4  2 0 121 142
Atlanta        4  2 0 124 107 St. Louis      4  2 0 139 128
Carolina       4  3 0 123 128 San Francisco  2  4 0 124 194
Tampa Bay      2  4 0  85 125 Arizona        1  6 0 120 165
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    5  1 0 136  80 Baltimore      4  2 0 110  69
NY Jets        4  3 0 147 173 Cincinnati     4  2 0 128 113
Buffalo        2  5 0 100 153 Pittsburgh     2  4 0 144 125
Miami          1  6 0 102 145 Cleveland      1  5 0  88 126
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   6  0 0 171 122 Denver         5  1 0  79  44
Jacksonville   3  3 0 125 101 San Diego      4  2 0 178  85
Houston        2  4 0  99 154 Kansas City    3  3 0 117 124
Tennessee      1  5 0  85 157 Oakland        1  5 0  72 135
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Buffalo, Detroit, Miami, Washington)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 29
GREEN BAY 31, Arizona 14
Atlanta 29, CINCINNATI 27
Baltimore 35, NEW ORLEANS 22
TENNESSEE 28, Houston 22
Jacksonville 13, PHILADELPHIA 6
KANSAS CITY 35, Seattle 28
CHICAGO 41, San Francisco 10
NY GIANTS 17, Tampa Bay 3
SAN DIEGO 38, St. Louis 24
Indianapolis 34, DENVER 31
CLEVELAND 20, NY Jets 13
OAKLAND 20, Pittsburgh 13
Dallas 35, CAROLINA 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 30
New England 31, MINNESOTA 7
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
NY Giants      5  2 0 180 134 Chicago        7  0 0 221  69
Dallas         4  3 0 204 142 Minnesota      4  3 0 127 126
Philadelphia   4  4 0 206 160 GREEN BAY      3  4 0 152 176
Washington     3  4 0 140 171 Detroit        1  6 0 132 189
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    5  2 0 167 145 Seattle        4  3 0 149 177
Atlanta        5  2 0 153 134 St. Louis      4  3 0 163 166
Carolina       4  4 0 137 163 San Francisco  2  5 0 134 235
Tampa Bay      2  5 0  88 142 Arizona        1  7 0 134 196
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    6  1 0 167  87 Baltimore      5  2 0 145  91
NY Jets        4  4 0 160 193 Cincinnati     4  3 0 155 142
Buffalo        2  5 0 100 153 Pittsburgh     2  5 0 157 145
Miami          1  6 0 102 145 Cleveland      2  5 0 108 139
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   7  0 0 205 153 Denver         5  2 0 110  78
Jacksonville   4  3 0 138 107 San Diego      5  2 0 216 109
Houston        2  5 0 121 182 Kansas City    4  3 0 152 152
Tennessee      2  5 0 113 179 Oakland        2  5 0  92 148
WEEK NINE (Bye - Arizona, Carolina, NY Jets, Philadelphia)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5
DETROIT 30, Atlanta 14
BALTIMORE 26, Cincinnati 20
WASHINGTON 22, Dallas 19
BUFFALO 24, Green Bay 10
NY GIANTS 14, Houston 10
Kansas City 31, ST. LOUIS 17
Miami 31, CHICAGO 13
New Orleans 31, TAMPA BAY 14
JACKSONVILLE 37, Tennessee 7
SAN FRANCISCO 9, Minnesota 3
SAN DIEGO 32, Cleveland 25
Denver 31, PITTSBURGH 20
Indianapolis 27, N.ENGLAND 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 6
SEATTLE 16, Oakland 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
NY Giants      6  2 0 194 144 Chicago        7  1 0 234 100
Dallas         4  4 0 223 164 Minnesota      4  4 0 130 135
Philadelphia   4  4 0 206 160 GREEN BAY      3  5 0 162 200
Washington     4  4 0 162 190 Detroit        2  6 0 162 203
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    6  2 0 198 159 Seattle        5  3 0 165 177
Atlanta        5  3 0 167 164 St. Louis      4  4 0 180 197
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY MARCH 18
Berlin 33, AMSTERDAM 29 (16431) - The Thunder gained revenge for last June’s World Bowl loss by turning their first three possessions into TDs and holding off a late rally from the defending champions on a night of big plays.
Cologne 14, HAMBURG 10 (15243) - Fred Russell gained 85 yards on the night, and Alex Haynes chipped in with 41 more and the game-winning TD to give David Duggan the perfect start to his head coaching career in Cologne.
RHEIN 10, Frankfurt 6 (22827) - A trick play on their first offensive snap produced a 45-yard TD by WR Chris Samp to Mexican wideout Juan Wong and a Fire defense that held the Galaxy to only 188 yards led to the Fire win.
Rhein          1  0 0  10   6 Amsterdam      0  1 0  29  33
Cologne        1  0 0  14  10 Frankfurt      0  1 0   6  10
Berlin         1  0 0  33  29 Hamburg        0  1 0  10  14
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 25
FRANKFURT 31, Hamburg 14 (26713) - Roger Robinson rushed for 150 yards on 23 carries and scored one of three unanswered Frankfurt TDs to set up victory for the Galaxy in their home opener.
Rhein 22, BERLIN 0 (13105) - The Fire scored a TD in each half and Swedish kicker Ola Kimrin added three field goals as Jim Tomsula’s club opened a season 2-0 for the first time since 2003.
SUNDAY MARCH 26
Amsterdam 20, COLOGNE 15 (17251) - Four missed FGs by Cologne kicker Tim Duncan (Oakland), including one that was blocked and returned for an Amsterdam touchdown, doomed the Centurions to defeat.
Rhein          2  0 0  32   6 Amsterdam      1  1 0  49  48
Cologne        1  1 0  29  30 Frankfurt      1  1 0  37  24
Berlin         1  1 0  33  51 Hamburg        0  2 0  24  45
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 1
HAMBURG 17, Berlin 17 (T) (15837) - Berlin overcame a 17-point first half deficit to force just the second tie in NFL Europe League history – the other being a 17-17 tie between London and Birmingham in 1992.
AMSTERDAM 38, Frankfurt 20 (9917) - QB Gibran Hamdan (Seattle) completed 12 of 15 attempts for 189 yards and three TDs, and backup Reggie Robertson (Oakland) tacked on another TD, as the Admirals rolled.
SUNDAY APRIL 2
Rhein 20, COLOGNE 10 (16961) - Fredrick Jackson rushed for 96 yards and the go-ahead TD and Drew Henson passed for 165 yards as the Fire maintained their perfect start to the season.
Rhein          3  0 0  52  16 Cologne        1  2 0  39  50
Amsterdam      2  1 0  87  68 Frankfurt      1  2 0  57  62
Berlin         1  1 1  50  68 Hamburg        0  2 1  41  62
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY APRIL 8
Amsterdam 38, BERLIN 31 (11443) - Chad Lucas became the first player in NFLEL history to catch four TD passes in a game, finishing with six catches for 120 yards, scoring the Admirals’ all-important fifth TD late in the game.
FRANKFURT 21, Cologne 14 (23125) - Two TD catches by WR Walter Young helped the Galaxy win. Young scored on an 11-yard pass from Jeff Otis in the first half and added a game-winning 5-yard TD from Craig Ochs in the fourth.
RHEIN 31, Hamburg 21 (18224) - Hamburg could not overcome their four interceptions, with the final one taken back for the deciding TD by Rhein CB Antwaan Spann (New England). Fire QB Drew Henson threw a pair of TDs.
Rhein          4  0 0  83  37 Berlin         1  2 1  81 106
Amsterdam      3  1 0 125  99 Cologne        1  3 0  53  71
Frankfurt      2  2 0  78  76 Hamburg        0  3 1  62  93
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY APRIL 15
Frankfurt 17, HAMBURG 13 (12281) - The Galaxy managed to put together a long drive in the fourth quarter to come from 13-10 behind to win 17-13 when Aaron Hosack caught a 2-yard TD pass from Craig Ochs (Buffalo Bills).
AMSTERDAM 35, Rhein 31 (12683) - Gibran Hamdan threw for 244 yards and 3 TDs to lead the Admirals over the undefeated Fire. Hamdan threw the game-winning TD to WR Skyler Fulton with just over six minutes to go.
MONDAY APRIL 17
BERLIN 24, Cologne 13 (13559) - QB Lang Campbell (Cleveland) led Berlin to the win, throwing a pair of TDs including a 49-yard score to Mexican receiver Alejandro Gamez, who finished with a game-high 74 yards receiving.
Rhein          4  1 0 114  72 Berlin         2  2 1 105 119
Amsterdam      4  1 0 160 130 Cologne        1  4 0  66  95
Frankfurt      3  2 0  95  89 Hamburg        0  4 1  75 110
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Amsterdam 30, RHEIN 21 (20118) - The Admirals took sole possession of first place as Gibran Hamdan threw for 203 yards and a touchdown in a second straight victory over the Rhein Fire.
FRANKFURT 18, Berlin 17 (26812) - The Galaxy drove 83 yards in the final three and a half minutes to overtake the Thunder as time expired on a 25-yard FG by kicker David Kimball (Oakland).
SUNDAY APRIL 23
COLOGNE 20, Hamburg 17 (9238) - Shane Boyd threw for the go-ahead TD as the Centurions produced two fourth-quarter TDs to clinch their first victory since the opening week, leaving the Sea Devils searching for their first win.
Amsterdam      5  1 0 190 151 Berlin         2  3 1 122 137
Rhein          4  2 0 135 102 Cologne        2  4 0  86 112
Frankfurt      4  2 0 113 106 Hamburg        0  5 1  92 130
WEEK SEVEN
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Amsterdam 18, HAMBURG 17 (15224) - Ryan Killeen hit a 34-yard FG with 12 seconds to go, and QB Gibran Hamdan threw for 326 yards and a TD, as Hamburg failed to hold on to a fourth-quarter lead for the fifth straight week.
RHEIN 27, Berlin 24 (20598) - Ola Kimrin hit a 28-yard FG as time expired to help the Fire snap a two-game losing streak after Berlin fell short on a fourth and one at their own 37-yard line with two minutes remaining in the contest.
SUNDAY APRIL 30
Frankfurt 17, COLOGNE 10 (11800) - A combination of five turnovers by the Centurions, including four picks from QB Shane Boyd, and a conservative offensive approach ensured the Galaxy came out on top in sloppy conditions.
Amsterdam      6  1 0 208 168 Berlin         2  4 1 146 164
Rhein          5  2 0 162 126 Cologne        2  5 0  96 129
Frankfurt      5  2 0 130 116 Hamburg        0  6 1 109 148
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY MAY 6
FRANKFURT 16, Rhein 14 (32172) - David Kimball kicked a game-winning 23-yard FG with two seconds to go to cancel out what seemed to be a game-winning 21-yard TD catch from Marvin Allen with just over four minutes left.
Cologne 20, AMSTERDAM 13 (12228) - The Centurions forced five turnovers and denied the Admirals the chance to clinch a place in the World Bowl and ended their quest for a franchise-record seventh straight win.
SUNDAY MAY 7
Hamburg 38, BERLIN 14 (16762) - Brock Berlin took his demotion in his stride, replacing Todd Mortensen in the second and fourth quarters and throwing three TDs to lead the Sea Devils to their first win.
Amsterdam      6  2 0 221 188 Cologne        3  5 0 116 142
Frankfurt      6  2 0 146 130 Berlin         2  5 1 160 202
Rhein          5  3 0 176 142 Hamburg        1  6 1 147 162
WEEK NINE
SUNDAY MAY 14
Amsterdam 17, FRANKFURT 12 (31769) - Larry Croom scored on an 8-yard run in the third and CB Justin Perkins ran back an interception 70 yards in the fourth as the defending champions booked their trip to the World Bowl.
COLOGNE 25, Berlin 7 (12438) - Cologne rushed for 215 yards en route to a one-sided defeat of the Thunder. Jamaal Branch gained 124 yards, while fellow rusher Fred Russell chipped in with 67 yards on 19 attempts.
HAMBURG 13, Rhein 10 (16823) - Timmy Chang completed 14 of 26 passes for 163 yards, and was unable to pull out the victory for the Fire at the end of the game and put their World Bowl hopes in serious jeopardy.
X-Amsterdam    7  2 0 238 200 Cologne        4  5 0 141 149
Frankfurt      6  3 0 158 147 Berlin         2  6 1 167 227
Rhein          5  4 0 186 155 Hamburg        2  6 1 160 172
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WEEK TEN
SATURDAY MAY 20
RHEIN 21, Cologne 10 (28334) - Fredrick Jackson rushed for 154 yards and the Fire found the endzone twice in the third, but it was not enough to send the Fire to the World Bowl because of the Galaxy’s victory earlier in the night.
Frankfurt 14, BERLIN 13 (14225) - Butchie Wallace scored two TDs as the Galaxy overcame a 13-0 deficit and qualified for a league record seventh World Bowl, while RB Roger Robinson set a record with 1,087 yards.
Hamburg 34, AMSTERDAM 21 (15937) - The Sea Devils scored a pair of TDs on defense when Scott Genord returned an interception of Jared Allen 42 yards for a TD, and Jason Shivers took an Allen fumble 45 yards for a score.
X-Amsterdam    7  3 0 259 234 Cologne        4  6 0 151 170
X-Frankfurt    7  3 0 172 160 Hamburg        3  6 1 194 193
Rhein          6  4 0 207 165 Berlin         2  7 1 180 241
X-Clinched World Bowl Berth
WORLD BOWL 2006 (Saturday May 27 at Dusseldorf - 36286)
FRANKFURT GALAXY (7-3) 22, AMSTERDAM ADMIRALS (7-3) 7 - Butchie Wallace ran for 138 second-half yards and a TD, helping the Galaxy collect a record fourth title. The Galaxy turned to their vaunted running attack after the Admirals took a 7-2 halftime lead, the lowest scoring half in World Bowl history. Wallace burst off left tackle for 4 yards in the third to give the Galaxy their first lead, 9-7. He carried once for 5 yards in the first half but finished with 143 yards on 18 carries. Frankfurt had a league-record 1,750 yards rushing in the regular season and gained 269 Saturday. Roger Robinson, who ran for a league record 1,087 yards, picked up 96 on 19 carries. The Galaxy, playing in a record seventh World Bowl, denied the Admirals the chance to become the second team to win back-to-back titles. Jones and offensive coordinator Whitey Jordan became the first to win the game three times. Both teams were missing their starting QBs, but the pass-oriented Admirals had more trouble coping with the loss of MVP Gibran Hamdan, who had a record rating of 113.4 before his season ended three weeks ago with a broken ankle. With Hamdan, the team was 6-1, averaging more than 30 points a game. Since then it went 1-3, averaging 15 points. Larry Croom scored the Admirals' lone TD in the 2nd quarter on a 12-yard run.
the Riders after firing GM Roy Shivers on Monday and replacing him with Eric Tillman two days later.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  3 0 310 213 14 Montreal    7  3 0 276 225 14
Calgary     6  4 0 251 226 12 Winnipeg    5  5 0 204 205 10
Saskatch    5  5 0 289 255 10 Toronto     5  5 0 182 188 10
Edmonton    3  6 0 173 232  6 Hamilton    2  9 0 183 324  4
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1
British Col 48, MONTREAL 13 (20202) - Buck Pierce replaced starting QB Dave Dickenson late in the first half and went on to throw TDs to guide the Lions to their sixth win in the row.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3
SASKATCHEWAN 39, Winnipeg 12 (30900) - Kerry Joseph threw a pair of TD passes and ran for two more as Saskatchewan beat Winnipeg for the fourth straight time and moved within one-half game of Calgary for second place.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
CALGARY 44, Edmonton 23 (35744) - Ray Burris passed for 310 yards and the Stamp scored 24 points in the second quarter to beat the Eskimos, who lost their fourth straight. Joffrey Reynolds ran for 96 yards and two TDs.
Toronto 40, HAMILTON 6 (28891) - Damon Allen surpassed Warren Moon for the most passing yards in pro football history as the Argonauts rolled over Hamilton, who lost their fourth straight. Toronto has won four in a row.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  3 0 358 226 16 Montreal    7  4 0 289 273 14
Calgary     7  4 0 295 249 14 Toronto     6  5 0 222 194 12
Saskatch    6  5 0 328 267 12 Winnipeg    5  6 0 216 244 10
Edmonton    3  7 0 196 276  6 Hamilton    2 10 0 189 364  4
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8
EDMONTON 35, Calgary 26 (47965) - Ricky Ray hit Jason Tucker with the go-ahead TD with six seconds left and DE Adam Braidwood returned a fumble for a TD with no time left as the Esks rallied after blowing an early 16-0 lead.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9
TORONTO 11, Hamilton 9 (26212) - Noel Prefontaine kicked three FGs and a pair of singles as the Argonauts won their fourth straight game. Hamilton lost for the fifth time in six road games by committing five turnovers.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
WINNIPEG 27, Saskatchewan 23 (30026) - Milt Stegall and Charles Roberts scored TDs for the Blue Bombers, while Kevin Glenn was 20-of-32 for 247 yards with one TD for Winnipeg , which snapped a four-game losing streak.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  3 0 358 226 16 Montreal    7  4 0 289 273 14
Calgary     7  5 0 321 284 14 Toronto     7  5 0 233 203 14
Saskatch    6  6 0 351 294 12 Winnipeg    6  6 0 243 267 12
Edmonton    4  7 0 231 302  8 Hamilton    2 11 0 198 375  4
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15
CALGARY 43, Winnipeg 9 (26843) - Henry Burris threw for 268 yards and a pair of TDs and Sandro DeAngelis booted five FGs as the Stampeders collected 521 yards on offense, while Winnipeg committed five turnovers.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16
HAMILTON 27, Edmonton 22 (25107) - Davon Fowlkes returned a punt 83 yards for a TD in the first quarter and Jason Maas threw a 20-yard TD pass to D.J. Flick and Anthony Davis scored on 3-yard run for the Ticats.
BRIT COLUMBIA 36, Montreal 20 (35971) - The B.C. defence racked up a dozen sacks, a team record and one shy of the CFL mark. Lions QB Dave Dickenson completed 18 of 22 passes for 309 yards and three TDs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 9  3 0 394 246 18 Montreal    7  5 0 309 309 14
Calgary     8  5 0 364 293 16 Toronto     7  5 0 233 203 14
Saskatch    6  6 0 351 294 12 Winnipeg    6  7 0 252 310 12
Edmonton    4  8 0 253 329  8 Hamilton    3 11 0 225 397  6
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Hamilton 20, EDMONTON 18 (36406) - Jason Maas threw for 388 yards and
a TD and Jamie Boreham kicked the game-winning FG with 17 seconds left as the Ticats. Edmonton's Ricky Ray threw for 301 yards with one TD.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23
CALGARY 39, Toronto 18 (31539) - Calgary snapped Toronto's five-game win streak in convincing fashion and clinched a playoff berth, running up a
28-point lead before letting the Argos get a couple of late touchdowns.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Winnipeg 17, MONTREAL 14 (20202) - Charles Roberts rushed for 156 yards and Troy Westwood kicked three FGs for the Bombers. Westwood's third FG with 4:26 left provided the winning margin for Winnipeg.
SASKATCHEWAN 23, Brit Col 20 (OT) (27592) - Andy Fantuz, who helped send the game into OT by pouncing on a fumble by QB Kerry Joseph for a TD late in the fourth, caught a 12-yard pass from Joseph in the OT for the win.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary   9  5 0 403 311 18 Montreal    7  6 0 323 326 14
British Col 9  4 0 414 269 18 Toronto     7  6 0 251 242 14
Saskatch    7  6 0 374 314 14 Winnipeg    7  7 0 269 324 14
Edmonton    4  9 0 271 349  8 Hamilton    4 11 0 245 415  8
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29
Montreal 23, WINNIPEG 20 (28028) - Robert Edwards ran for 109 yards and a TD and Damon Duval booted four FG as the Als broke a six-game slump, while QB Anthony Calvillo moved into 3rd place with 3,391 completions.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
British Col 28, HAMILTON 8 (24163) - The win was B.C.'s eighth in nine games, sending them to the post-season for the 10th straight year. The Ticats loss eliminated them from the playoffs for the second-straight year.
TORONTO 23, Calgary 16 (32410) - Eric England returned an interception for a TD and Ricky Williams added a fourth-quarter score as the Argos clinched a playoff spot. Toronto won for the sixth time in seven games.
Edmonton 30, SASKATCHEWAN 25 (27894) - Ricky Ray threw for 235 yards and scored an eight-yard TD with 42 seconds remaining as the Eskimos  won their first road game against Saskatchewan in five years.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Brit Col 10  4 0 442 277 20 Montreal    8  6 0 346 346 16
X-Calgary   9  6 0 419 334 18 Toronto     8  6 0 274 258 16
Saskatch    7  7 0 399 344 14 Winnipeg    7  8 0 289 347 14
Edmonton    5  9 0 301 374 10 Hamilton    4 12 0 253 443  8
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 6
BRITISH COL 39, Calgary 13 (32232) - Buck Pierce passed for 297 yards as the Lions clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with. Geroy Simon finished with 120 yards and a TD on eight catches for BC.
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
MONTREAL 35, Saskatchewan 8 (20202) - Ben Cahoon caught two TDs as the Als clinched their 11th straight playoff berth and secured the first win for GM/coach Jim Popp, who filled in after Don Matthews resigned due to stress.
TORONTO 28, Edmonton 23 (26891) - Damon Allen threw a pair of TD passes to Arland Bruce in the second quarter and Jordan Younger scored on a 74-yard interception return as Toronto clinched a playoff spot.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Brit Col 11  4 0 481 290 22 X-Montreal  9  6 0 381 354 18
X-Calgary   9  7 0 432 373 18 X-Toronto   9  6 0 302 281 18
Saskatch    7  8 0 407 379 14 X-Winnipeg  7  8 0 289 347 14
Edmonton    5 10 0 324 402 10 Hamilton    4 12 0 253 443  8
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 13
SASKATCHEWAN 27, Montreal 26 (25329) - Luca Congi booted a 32-yard FG on the final play and Kerry Joseph threw for 238 yards as Saskatchewan  defeated the Alouettes for just the third time in 22 encounters.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14
Toronto 28, EDMONTON 25 (39533) - Damon Allen passed for two TDs as the Argonauts eliminated Edmonton from the postseason race. Edmonton entered the season with a 34-year streak of qualifying for the playoffs.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
Winnipeg 29, HAMILTON 22 (24955) - Kevin Glenn threw three TD passes to lead the Bombers. Derick Armstrong, Kwame Cavil and Charles Roberts caught TD passes for Winnipeg, which trailed 22-17 heading into the fourth.
CALGARY 32, Brit Columbia 25 (33546) - Henry Burris threw two TD passes and ran for another as Calgary clinched second place in the West. Burris completed 21-of-37 passes for 307 yards..
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Brit Col 11  5 0 506 322 22 X-Toronto  10  6 0 330 306 20
X-Calgary  10  7 0 464 398 20 X-Montreal  9  7 0 407 381 18
X-Saskatch  8  8 0 434 405 16 X-Winnipeg  8  8 0 318 369 16
Edmonton    5 11 0 349 430 10 Hamilton    4 13 0 275 472  8
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINETEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20
Saskatchewan 13, TORONTO 9 (30323) - Kerry Joseph threw a TD pass and directed two other scoring drives as the Roughriders who won for the first time in Toronto since June 19, 2003.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21
Edmonton 30, MONTREAL 20 (45607) - Ron McClendon rushed for 198 yards and a TD. He had 13 rushes for 97 yards in the first half as the Eskimos built a 22-6 advantage to hurt Montreal's division title hopes.
WINNIPEG 28, Calgary 13 (30092) - Kevin Glenn threw three TD passes to lead the Blue Bombers. After connecting with Chris Brazzell on a 12-yard TD pass in the second quarter, Glenn passed for two more TDs in the third.
BRITISH COL 23, Hamilton 17 (31294) - Mark Washington returned an interception 40 yards for a TD to highlight a 20-point third quarter that carried the Lions to the win.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 12  5 0 529 339 24 X-Toronto  10  7 0 339 319 20
X-Calgary  10  8 0 477 426 20 X-Montreal  9  8 0 427 411 18
X-Saskatch  9  8 0 447 414 18 X-Winnipeg  9  8 0 345 382 18
Edmonton    6 11 0 379 450 12 Hamilton    4 14 0 292 495  8
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK TWENTY
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
EDMONTON 20, Saskatchewan 18 (31779) - Ricky Ray threw a third-quarter TD pass and reached 5,000 yards, as the Esks won their 8th straight home game against the Riders to complete their first season sweep in 11 years.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
Montreal 24, TORONTO 20 (38123) - Robert Edwards scored the go-ahead TD late in the fourth quarter as the Alouettes rallied to clinch the East Division. The Alouettes erased a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter.
BRIT COLUMBIA 26, Winnipeg 16 (33744) - The Lions turned two of Ryan Dinwiddie's three first-half interceptions into TDs, while Baron Miles blocked a Troy Westwood punt, the ninth blocked kick of his career.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 13  5 0 555 355 26 X-Montreal 10  8 0 451 431 20
X-Calgary  10  8 0 477 426 20 X-Toronto  10  8 0 359 343 20
X-Saskatch  9  9 0 465 434 18 X-Winnipeg  9  9 0 362 408 18
Edmonton    7 11 0 399 468 14 Hamilton    4 14 0 292 495  8
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 5 - TORONTO (10-8) 31, Winnipeg (9-9) 27 (26214) - Michael Bishop replaced a battered Damon Allen in the fourth period and threw two TD passes to give the Argos the win. Charles Roberts rushed 30 times for 179 yards and two TDs, but his fourth-quarter fumble proved costly for Winnipeg.
Nov 5 - Saskatchewan (9-9) 30, CALGARY (10-8) 21 (35650) - The Roughriders defence forced six turnovers and RB Kenton Keith scored a pair of key TDs to lead Saskatchewan, which Saskatchewan trailed 21-5 with under a minute to go in the first half before rattling off 25 unanswered points.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 12 - MONTREAL (10-8) 33, Toronto (11-8) 24 (35607) - Robert Edwards and the Montreal Alouettes are heading back to the Grey Cup championship for a second straight year. Edwards rushed 24 times for 137 yards and a TD, while QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 252 yards and a touchdown
Nov 12 - BRIT COLUMBIA (13-5) 45, Saskatchewan (10-9) 18 (50084) - Lions QB Dave Dickenson shredded Saskatchewan's defence for 274 yards through the air and tossed a pair of TD passes to Paris Jackson on the way to the Grey Cup for the second time in the last three years
2006 Grey Cup (November 19 at Winnipeg - 44786)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS (14-5) 25, MONTREAL ALOUETTES (11-8) 14 - The B.C. Lions defeated the Montreal Alouettes 25-14 at the 94th Grey Cup in front of 44,786 fans at Canad Inns Stadium in Winnipeg. Montreal won the coin toss and elected to defer to the second half. B.C. elected to go on defence on the first series, and Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo threw two incomplete passes to begin the game. B.C. quarterback Dave Dickenson responded with four consecutive passes before rushing for a 12-yard gain setting up a first down on the Montreal 32. Two plays later, B.C. settled for a Paul McCallum 34-yard field goal to go ahead 3-0. The Als were forced to punt again on their second possession, putting the Lions on their own 18-yard line. Joe Smith reeled off a 17-yard run on the first play, and after another first down, Dickenson hit Ryan Thelwell with a 14-yard pass past midfield. Paris Jackson made a 14-yard catch of his own but Buck Pierce, filling in for Dickenson, was sacked for a nine-yard loss by Adriano Belli. Dickenson came back in and hit Thelwell with a 16-yard pass, setting up a McCallum 35-yard field goal. Aaron Hunt forced Calvillo to fumble on the next play, with Javy Glatt recovering the ball on the Montreal 23. This set up another McCallum field goal, this one from 24 yards out. B.C. was in possession of the ball for 10:26 of the opening quarter. The Als finally forced B.C. to punt early in the second quarter, but were pinned on their own two-yard line on a coffin corner punt. Montreal got one first down before being forced to punt again. Starting on his own 43-yard line, Jackson made a highlight reel 18-yard catch. Ian Smart took it 25 yards the rest of the way for the game’s opening touchdown. After another two-and-out for the Als, the Montreal defence was able to stop the Lions on their own 28-yard line. Montreal got the ball back on its own 46 and got a couple of first downs to set up Damon Duval field goal attempt from the 47 that was kicked wide left and returned out of the end zone to negate a single point. The Als defence held again, giving Montreal possession on its own 48-yard line with 2:26 remaining in the half. Calvillo hit Ben Cahoon for a 25-yard again. Duval was good on a 43-yard field goal, putting the Alouettes in flight. McCallum booted a 30-yard field goal as the second half expired to put the Lions ahead 19-3. Early in the third quarter, Dickenson appeared to fumble the ball on a sack by R-Kal Truluck which was recovered by Chip Cox who had nothing but daylight for a touchdown. But Jake Ireland ruled Dickenson was down before the losing the ball, which was overturned by instant replay, the first in Grey Cup history. By rule, the Als got the ball on the B.C. 42, and were forced to punt. Duval got a coffin corner kick, pinning the Lions on their own one-yard line. McCallum ultimately conceded two points. The Alouettes went to work from their own 35-yard line. Calvillo hit Mike Vilimek on a 16-yard pass, then Cahoon with a 13-yard strike before calling his own number on a six-yard run. Robert Edwards ran for seven yards, followed by Thyron Anderson’s 13-yard reception. Cahoon’s 11-yard grab and Edwards’ five-yard run before a B.C. offside penalty set up Edwards’ two-yard touchdown run. With the convert Montreal trailed 19-12. Timothy Strickland almost came up with a diving interception on B.C.’s next series. McCallum booted a 21-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to put the Lions in front by 10. He added a 47-yard field goal to tie a Grey Cup record with his sixth. The Alouettes were in great position to score a touchdown with 4:06 remaining in regulation, but Edwards fumbled on the one-yard line forced by Javy Glatt and recovered by B.C.’s Otis Floyd. McCallum gave up another safety with 1:43 remaining to make the score 25-14.

















NOTE: Ottawa folded prior to the season.
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY JUNE 16
MONTREAL 27, Winnipeg 17 (20202) - Robert Edwards ran in a pair of TDs during a 20-point fourth quarter comeback as Montreal won its season opener for a 10th straight year. Damon Duval kicked four FGs for the Als.
BRIT COL 45, Saskatachewan 28 (27539) - Dave Dickenson threw five TD passes, including two to WR Geroy Simon. It was the first time Dickenson (0-5) has defeated the Riders during the regular season as a Lion.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
TORONTO 27, Hamilton 17 (27689) - Spurgeon Wynn threw two TD passes replacing an injured Damon Allen, while Ricky Williams ran for 97 yards on 18 carries in his CFL debut as the Argonauts won its season opener.
CALGARY 24, Edmonton 14 (25895) - Henry Burris threw a 33-yard TD pass to Nik Lewis with 1:31 left and then a 14-yard TD to Jeremaine Copeland. The game was delayed for more than 35 minutes due to rain and lightning.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 1  0 0  45  28  2 Toronto     1  0 0  27  17  2
Calgary     1  0 0  24  14  2 Montreal    1  0 0  27  17  2
Saskatch    0  1 0  28  45  0 Winnipeg    0  1 0  17  27  0
Edmonton    0  1 0  14  24  0 Hamilton    0  1 0  17  27  0
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY JUNE 23
WINNIPEG 16, Toronto 9 (26524) - Charles Roberts ran for 133 yards and one TD to give Bomber rookie coach Doug Berry his first win. Argos QB Spergon Wynn was sacked six times in his first start since the 2003 playoffs.
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Montreal 32, HAMILTON 14 (27911) - Anthony Calvillo completed 23-of-40 passes for 303 yards and two TDs to lead Montreal to a wild win. His six-yard TD strike to Ben Cahoon at 3:01 of the third broke open a tight game.
EDMONTON 18, Calgary 14 (40491) - Jason Tucker scored two on two 35-yard passes to complete two long second-half drives to lead the Eskimos on offense, while Shannon Garrett interception in the endzone clinched the win.
SUNDAY JUNE 25
SASKATCHEWAN 32, Brit Col 24 (21082) - Jamel Richardson's 49-yard TD on a short pass from Kerry Joseph, followed 17 seconds later by a 34-yard interception TD by Eddie Davis, provided the points the Riders needed.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 1  1 0  69  60  2 Montreal    2  0 0  59  31  4
Calgary     1  1 0  38  32  2 Toronto     1  1 0  36  33  2
Saskatch    1  1 0  60  69  2 Winnipeg    1  1 0  33  36  2
Edmonton    1  1 0  32  38  2 Hamilton    0  2 0  31  59  0
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JUNE 29
CALGARY 23, Hamilton 22 (28396) - Sandro DeAngelis kicked a 45-yard FG on the last play to give Calgary the win. With Hamilton leading 21-20 late, Ticat K Jason Boreham missed a 42-yard FG and had to settle for a single.
FRIDAY JUNE 30
BRIT COLUMBIA 26, Toronto 19 (30514) - QB Dave Dickenson was nearly perfect in the first half as the Lions led 23-0, but the Argos rallied to within seven before a Robert Baker fumble inside the B.C. 20 ended their rally.
SATURDAY JULY 1
WINNIPEG 46, Edmonton 10 (23521) - Milt Stegall and Chris Brazzell each hauled in a pair of TD passes as the Bombers racked up 601 yards of offense. Eskimos QB Ricky Ray completed 25-of-33 passes for 352 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  1 0  95  79  4 Montreal    2  0 0  59  31  4
Calgary     2  1 0  61  54  4 Winnipeg    2  1 0  79  46  4
Saskatch    1  1 0  60  69  2 Toronto     1  2 0  55  59  2
Edmonton    1  2 0  42  84  2 Hamilton    0  3 0  53  82  0
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY JULY 6
MONTREAL 27, Hamilton 21 (20202) - The Alouettes held Hamilton to three second-half points as Montreal downed the winless Tiger-Cats, who have now lost 12 consecutive road games dating back to last season.
FRIDAY JULY 7
EDMONTON 27, Brit Columbia 20 (35035) - Edmonton QB Ricky Ray passed for two TDs and ran one in himself. Lions QB Dave Dickenson went over the 20,000 yards passing mark, the 27th QB in CFL history to reach the mark.
SATURDAY JULY 8
Winnipeg 24, TORONTO 17 (26304) - Kevin Glenn found Milt Stegall for a 15-yard TD pass early in the fourth. Charles Roberts carried 18 times for 105 yards and a score for Winnipeg, which outgained Toronto, 410-338.
Calgary 53, SASKATCHEWAN 36 (23942) - Calgary riddled the Rider defence for five TDs and six FGs to take over first place in the West. Former Riders QB Henry Burris passed for three TDs and ran for another.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     3  1 0 114  90  6 Montreal    3  0 0  86  52  6
British Col 2  2 0 115 106  4 Winnipeg    3  1 0 103  63  6
Edmonton    2  2 0  69 104  4 Toronto     1  3 0  72  83  2
Saskatch    1  2 0  96 122  2 Hamilton    0  4 0  74 109  0
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY JULY 14
HAMILTON 20, Calgary 17 (26944) - Ron Lancaster, who took over as head coach this week when Greg Marshall was fired, and needed a 44-yard FG by rookie kicker Mark Myers with time expiring to pull out the win.
Saskatchewan 29, BRIT COL 28 (28513) - The Roughriders used three turnovers in the final five minutes to preserve the win. Jackie Mitchell crushed Lions QB Dave Dickenson and forced a fumble which led to the winning TD.
SATURDAY JULY 15
Montreal 44, WINNIPEG 16 (28131) - Anthony Calvillo threw three TD passes and ran one in himself as the Alouettes grabbed sole possession of first place in the East, by scoring 21 unanswered points in the second half.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     3  2 0 131 110  6 Montreal    4  0 0 130  68  8
Saskatch    2  2 0 125 150  4 Winnipeg    3  2 0 119 107  6
Edmonton    2  2 0  69 104  4 Toronto     1  3 0  72  83  2
British Col 2  3 0 143 135  4 Hamilton    1  4 0  94 126  2
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY JULY 20
MONTREAL 41, Hamilton 38 (20202) - Damon Duval's 13-yard FG with 11 seconds left and four Anthony Calvillo TD passes lifted the Als. The Ticats had tied the game at 38 with 4:20 left on Brock Ralph's 26-yard TD catch
Winnipeg 25, EDMONTON 22 (37611) - Milt Stegall caught a 100-yard TD pass with no time to give the Bombers a dramatic win. With just 15 seconds left, Edmonton QB Ricky Ray found Jason Tucker for a nine-yard TD.
























FRIDAY JULY 21
Brit Columbia 43, CALGARY 20 (31210) - Joe Smith hauled in one TD pass and ran for two others to lead his Lions. Smith had 138 yards rushing and 26 receiving yards. Dante Marsh had a 63-yard interception return for a BD TD.
SATURDAY JULY 22
Toronto 26, SASKATCHEWAN 23 (24697) - Jeff Johnston ran seven yards for a major that put Toronto ahead 25-10 and provided necessary insurance against two TDs the Roughriders would score in the final 69 seconds.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     3  3 0 151 153  6 Montreal    5  0 0 171 106 10
British Col 3  3 0 186 155  6 Winnipeg    4  2 0 144 129  8
Edmonton    2  3 0  91 129  4 Toronto     2  3 0  98 106  4
Saskatch    2  3 0 148 176  4 Hamilton    1  5 0 132 167  2
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY JULY 28
Winnipeg 29, HAMILTON 0 (27027) - It was the first home shutout for the Ticats since October 8, 1951. Winnipeg had 27 first downs to Hamilton's 10 and had 442 yards offense to Hamilton's 108. The defence had five sacks.
Montreal 21, EDMONTON 13 (32411) - Robert Edwards' pair of fourth-quarter TDs helped the Alouettes stay perfect. Neither team was able to get much accomplished in the first three quarters as Montreal held a narrow 7-6 lead.
SATURDAY JULY 29
British Col 28, TORONTO 8 (28356) - Joe Smith ran for 79 yards with three TDs, Dave Dickenson threw for 239 yards and a TD, and SB Geroy Simon, made six catches for 162 yards to keep the Lions atop the West.
SASKATCHEWAN 19, Calgary 9 (23107) - Saskatchewan made the most of its pass rush, with Fred Perry collecting three of the Roughriders' five sacks. Calgary managed only five first downs and 58 yards in the second half.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  3 0 214 163  8 Montreal    6  0 0 192 119 12
Saskatch    3  3 0 167 185  6 Winnipeg    5  2 0 173 129 10
Calgary     3  4 0 160 172  6 Toronto     2  4 0 106 134  4
Edmonton    2  4 0 104 150  4 Hamilton    1  6 0 132 196  2
WEEK EIGHT
THURSDAY AUGUST 3
MONTREAL 31, Toronto 7 (20202) - Robert Edwards ran in two TDs and Damon Duval kicked five FGs as the Als improved to 7-0. Without QB Damon Allen, the Argos had only six first downs and never got past their own 51.
FRIDAY AUGUST 4
Hamilton 26, WINNIPEG 11 (26521) - QB Jason Maas returned from missing one game with an injury and threw a pair of TD passes, adn Josh Ranek had 27 carries for 164 yards, as the Ticats ended a 13 game-road losing streak.
BRIT COLUMBIA 34, Edmonton 17 (27312) - Geroy Simon caught five passes for 196 yards and scored two TDs to help the Lions end a four-game losing streak against the Eskimos. B.C. collected five sacks.
SATURDAY AUGUST 5
CALGARY 23, Saskatchewan 7 (34319) - The Calgary defense dominated, as DB Coby Rhinehart had an interception, a sack and nine tackles. Luca Congi kicked a pair of FGs and a single for all of Saskatchewan's scoring.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  3 0 248 180 10 Montreal    7  0 0 223 126 14
Calgary     4  4 0 183 179  8 Winnipeg    5  3 0 184 155 10
Saskatch    3  4 0 174 208  6 Toronto     2  5 0 113 165  4
Edmonton    2  5 0 121 184  4 Hamilton    2  6 0 158 207  4
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY AUGUST 10
British Col 32, WINNIPEG 5 (25033) - QB Buck Pierce ran in a TD and Paul McCallum booted six FGs as the Lions notched their fourth straight victory in a game that featured 13 turnovers - nine by the Bombers.
FRIDAY AUGUST 11
EDMONTON 24, Saskatchewan 18 (39599) - Sean Fleming's pair of fourth-quarter FGs ended Edmonton's three-game skid and helped the team avoid losing four in a row for the first time in 16 years after its worst since 1971.
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
Toronto 20, HAMILTON 2 (29010) - Damon Allen threw for 319 yards and a TD to lead Toronto in their first game since offensive co-ordinator Kent Austin was fired and replaced by GM Adam Rita to help head man Pinball Clemons.
CALGARY 27, Montreal 24 (29452) - Sandro DeAngelis kicked a 53-yard FG on the last play to lead the Stamps over the previously undefeated Als. He also kicked a 52-yarder with 48 seconds left to tie the contest at 24-24.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  3 0 280 185 12 Montreal    7  1 0 247 153 14
Calgary     5  4 0 210 203 10 Winnipeg    5  4 0 189 187 10
Saskatch    3  5 0 192 232  6 Toronto     3  5 0 133 167  6
Edmonton    3  5 0 145 202  6 Hamilton    2  7 0 160 227  4
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY AUGUST 18
BRITISH COL 30, Edmonton 28 (33589) - Late in the game, Edmonton K Seaan Fleming lined up to attempt his 501st career FG but Jason Johnson bobbled the snap and the Esks lost for the fourth time in five games.
SATURDAY AUGUST 19
TORONTO 31, Montreal 6 (30786) - Damon Allen became just the second player to amass 70,000 career passing yards, the other being Warren Moon, and also threw a crucial TD pass to lead the Argonauts.
SASKATCHEWAN 46, Hamilton 15 (22820) - Kenton Keith ran 13 times for 148 yards and caught two passes for 101 yards, and scored TDs on an 80-yard pass and a one-yard run as Saskatchewan jumped out to a 24-0 lead.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  3 0 310 213 14 Montreal    7  2 0 253 184 14
Calgary     5  4 0 210 203 10 Winnipeg    5  4 0 189 187 10
Saskatch    4  5 0 238 247  8 Toronto     4  5 0 164 173  8
Edmonton    3  6 0 173 232  6 Hamilton    2  8 0 175 273  4
WEEK ELEVEN
THURSDAY AUGUST 24
Calgary 41, MONTREAL 23 (20202) - Henry Burris threw for 285 yards and three TDs and Sandro DeAngelis booted four FGs as Calgary completed a sweep of the season series and moved within one game of the Lions.
FRIDAY AUGUST 25
Toronto 18, WINNIPEG 15 (25014) - Damon Allen threw a pair of TD passes in the fourth quarter, including a deciding strike to Arland Bruce with 2:23 remaining, as the Argonauts rallied from a 15-0 deficit.
SATURDAY AUGUST 26
Saskatchewan 51, HAMILTON 8 (26564) - Rocky Butler tossed three TD passes, two to Matt Dominguez, to lead
Carolina       4  4 0 137 163 San Francisco  3  5 0 143 238
Tampa Bay      2  6 0 102 173 Arizona        1  7 0 134 196
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    6  2 0 187 114 Baltimore      6  2 0 171 111
NY Jets        4  4 0 160 193 Cincinnati     4  4 0 175 168
Buffalo        3  5 0 124 163 Pittsburgh     2  6 0 177 176
Miami          2  6 0 133 158 Cleveland      2  6 0 133 171
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   8  0 0 232 173 Denver         6  2 0 141  98
Jacksonville   5  3 0 175 114 San Diego      6  2 0 248 134
Houston        2  6 0 131 196 Kansas City    5  3 0 183 169
Tennessee      2  6 0 120 216 Oakland        2  6 0  92 164
WEEK TEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12
Baltimore 27, TENNESSEE 26
INDIANAPOLIS 17, Buffalo 16
Cleveland 17, ATLANTA 13
Green Bay 23, MINNESOTA 17
Houston 13, JACKSONVILLE 10
MIAMI 13, Kansas City 10
NY Jets 17, NEW ENGLAND 14
San Diego 49, CINCINNATI 41
PHILADELPHIA 27, Washington 3
San Francisco 19, DETROIT 13
Dallas 27, ARIZONA 10
Denver 17, OAKLAND 13
PITTSBURGH 38, New Orleans 31
SEATTLE 24, St. Louis 22
Chicago 38, NY GIANTS 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 13
CAROLINA 24, Tampa Bay 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
NY Giants      6  3 0 214 182 Chicago        8  1 0 272 120
Dallas         5  4 0 250 174 Minnesota      4  5 0 147 158
Philadelphia   5  4 0 233 163 GREEN BAY      4  5 0 185 217
Washington     4  5 0 165 217 Detroit        2  7 0 175 222
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    6  3 0 229 197 Seattle        6  3 0 189 199
Atlanta        5  4 0 180 181 St. Louis      4  5 0 202 221
Carolina       5  4 0 161 173 San Francisco  4  5 0 162 251
Tampa Bay      2  7 0 112 197 Arizona        1  8 0 144 223
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    6  3 0 201 131 Baltimore      7  2 0 198 137
NY Jets        5  4 0 177 207 Cincinnati     4  5 0 216 217
Buffalo        3  6 0 140 180 Pittsburgh     3  6 0 215 207
Miami          3  6 0 146 168 Cleveland      3  6 0 150 184
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   9  0 0 249 189 Denver         7  2 0 158 111
Jacksonville   5  4 0 185 127 San Diego      7  2 0 297 175
Houston        3  6 0 144 206 Kansas City    5  4 0 193 182
Tennessee      2  7 0 146 243 Oakland        2  7 0 105 181
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19
BALTIMORE 24, Atlanta 10
Buffalo 24, HOUSTON 21
Chicago 10, NY JETS 0
Cincinnati 31, NEW ORLEANS 16
MIAMI 24, Minnesota 20
New England 35, GREEN BAY 0
KANSAS CITY 17, Oakland 13
Pittsburgh 24, CLEVELAND 20
CAROLINA 15, St. Louis 0
Tennessee 31, PHILADELPHIA 13
TAMPA BAY 20, Washington 17
ARIZONA 17, Detroit 10
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Seattle 14
DALLAS 21, Indianapolis 14
San Diego 35, DENVER 27
MONDAY NOVEMBER 20
JACKSONVILLE 26, NY Giants 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
NY Giants      6  4 0 224 208 Chicago        9  1 0 282 120
Dallas         6  4 0 271 188 Minnesota      4  6 0 167 182
Philadelphia   5  5 0 246 194 GREEN BAY      4  6 0 185 252
Washington     4  6 0 182 237 Detroit        2  8 0 185 239
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    6  4 0 245 228 Seattle        6  4 0 203 219
Carolina       6  4 0 176 173 San Francisco  5  5 0 182 265
Atlanta        5  5 0 190 205 St. Louis      4  6 0 202 236
Tampa Bay      3  7 0 132 214 Arizona        2  8 0 161 233
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    7  3 0 236 131 Baltimore      8  2 0 222 147
NY Jets        5  5 0 177 217 Cincinnati     5  5 0 247 233
Buffalo        4  6 0 164 201 Pittsburgh     4  6 0 239 227
Miami          4  6 0 170 188 Cleveland      3  7 0 170 208
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis   9  1 0 263 210 San Diego      8  2 0 332 202
Jacksonville   6  4 0 211 137 Denver         7  3 0 185 146
Houston        3  7 0 165 230 Kansas City    6  4 0 210 195
Tennessee      3  7 0 177 256 Oakland        2  8 0 118 198
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23
Miami 27, DETROIT 10
DALLAS 38, Tampa Bay 10
KANSAS CITY 19, Denver 10
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26
MINNESOTA 31, Arizona 26
WASHINGTON 17, Carolina 13
Cincinnati 30, CLEVELAND 0
NY JETS 26, Houston 11
BUFFALO 27, Jacksonville 24
New Orleans 31, ATLANTA 13
BALTIMORE 27, Pittsburgh 0
ST. LOUIS 20, San Francisco 17
SAN DIEGO 21, Oakland 14
NEW ENGLAND 17, Chicago 13
TENNESSEE 24, NY Giants 21
INDIANAPOLIS 45, Philadelphia 21
MONDAY NOVEMBER 27
SEATTLE 34, Green Bay 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Dallas         7  4 0 309 198 Chicago        9  2 0 295 137
NY Giants      6  5 0 245 232 Minnesota      5  6 0 198 208
Philadelphia   5  6 0 267 239 GREEN BAY      4  7 0 209 286
Washington     5  6 0 199 250 Detroit        2  9 0 195 266
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    7  4 0 276 241 Seattle        7  4 0 237 243
Carolina       6  5 0 189 190 San Francisco  5  6 0 199 285
Atlanta        5  6 0 203 236 St. Louis      5  6 0 222 253
Tampa Bay      3  8 0 142 252 Arizona        2  9 0 187 264
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    8  3 0 253 144 Baltimore      9  2 0 249 147
NY Jets        6  5 0 203 228 Cincinnati     6  5 0 277 233
Buffalo        5  6 0 191 225 Pittsburgh     4  7 0 239 254
Miami          5  6 0 197 198 Cleveland      3  8 0 170 238
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis  10  1 0 308 231 San Diego      9  2 0 353 216
Jacksonville   6  5 0 235 164 Denver         7  4 0 195 165
Tennessee      4  7 0 201 277 Kansas City    7  4 0 229 205
Houston        3  8 0 176 256 Oakland        2  9 0 132 219
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30
CINCINNATI 13, Baltimore 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 3
Arizona 34, ST. LOUIS 20
Atlanta 24, WASHINGTON 14
NEW ENGLAND 28, Detroit 21
TENNESSEE 20, Indianapolis 17
CLEVELAND 31, Kansas City 28 (OT)
CHICAGO 23, Minnesota 13
NY Jets 38, GREEN BAY 10
San Diego 24, BUFFALO 21
NEW ORLEANS 34, San Francisco 10
Houston 23, OAKLAND 14
Jacksonville 24, MIAMI 10
Dallas 23, NY GIANTS 20
PITTSBURGH 20, Tampa Bay 3
Seattle 23, DENVER 20
MONDAY DECEMBER 4
PHILADELPHIA 27, Carolina 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Dallas         8  4 0 332 218 Y-Chicago     10  2 0 318 150
NY Giants      6  6 0 265 255 Minnesota      5  7 0 211 231
Philadelphia   6  6 0 294 263 GREEN BAY      4  8 0 219 324
Washington     5  7 0 213 274 Detroit        2 10 0 216 294
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    8  4 0 310 251 Seattle        8  4 0 260 263
Carolina       6  6 0 213 217 San Francisco  5  7 0 209 319
Atlanta        6  6 0 227 250 St. Louis      5  7 0 242 287
Tampa Bay      3  9 0 145 272 Arizona        3  9 0 221 284
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    9  3 0 281 165 Baltimore      9  3 0 256 160
NY Jets        7  5 0 241 238 Cincinnati     7  5 0 290 240
Buffalo        5  7 0 212 249 Pittsburgh     5  7 0 259 257
Miami          5  7 0 207 222 Cleveland      4  8 0 201 266
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis  10  2 0 325 251 San Diego     10  2 0 377 237
Jacksonville   7  5 0 259 174 Denver         7  5 0 215 188
Tennessee      5  7 0 221 294 Kansas City    7  5 0 257 236
Houston        4  8 0 199 270 Oakland        2 10 0 146 242
Y-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 7
PITTSBURGH 27, Cleveland 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 10
Atlanta 17, TAMPA BAY 6
Baltimore 20, KANSAS CITY 10
JACKSONVILLE 44, Indianapolis 17
Minnesota 30, DETROIT 20
MIAMI 21, New England 0
NY Giants 27, CAROLINA 13
CINCINNATI 27, Oakland 10
Philadelphia 21, WASHINGTON 19
Tennessee 26, HOUSTON 20 (OT)
Green Bay 30, SAN FRANCISCO 19
ARIZONA 27, Seattle 21
Buffalo 31, NY JETS 13
SAN DIEGO 48, Denver 20
New Orleans 42, DALLAS 17
MONDAY DECEMBER 11
Chicago 42, ST. LOUIS 27
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Dallas         8  5 0 349 260 Y-Chicago     11  2 0 360 177
NY Giants      7  6 0 292 268 Minnesota      6  7 0 241 251
Philadelphia   7  6 0 315 282 GREEN BAY      5  8 0 249 343
Washington     5  8 0 232 295 Detroit        2 11 0 236 324
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
New Orleans    9  4 0 352 268 Seattle        8  5 0 281 290
Atlanta        7  6 0 244 256 San Francisco  5  8 0 228 349
Carolina       6  7 0 226 244 St. Louis      5  8 0 269 329
Tampa Bay      3 10 0 151 289 Arizona        4  9 0 248 305
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England    9  4 0 281 186 Baltimore     10  3 0 276 170
NY Jets        7  6 0 254 269 Cincinnati     8  5 0 317 250
Buffalo        6  7 0 243 262 Pittsburgh     6  7 0 286 264
Miami          6  7 0 228 222 Cleveland      4  9 0 208 293
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Indianapolis  10  3 0 342 295 Y-San Diego   11  2 0 425 257
Jacksonville   8  5 0 303 191 Denver         7  6 0 235 236
Tennessee      6  7 0 247 314 Kansas City    7  6 0 267 256
Houston        4  9 0 219 296 Oakland        2 11 0 156 269
Y-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 14
San Francisco 24, SEATTLE 14
SATURDAY DECEMBER 16
Dallas 38, ATLANTA 28
SUNDAY DECEMBER 17
BALTIMORE 27, Cleveland 17
GREEN BAY 17, Detroit 9
NEW ENGLAND 40, Houston 7
TENNESSEE 24, Jacksonville 17
BUFFALO 21, Miami 0
NY Jets 26, MINNESOTA 13
Pittsburgh 37, CAROLINA 3
CHICAGO 34, Tampa Bay 31 (OT)
Washington 16, NEW ORLEANS 10
Denver 37, ARIZONA 20
Philadelphia 36, NY GIANTS 22
St. Louis 20, OAKLAND 0
SAN DIEGO 20, Kansas City 9
MONDAY DECEMBER 18
INDIANAPOLIS 34, Cincinnati 16
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
X-Dallas       9  5 0 387 288 Y-Chicago     12  2 0 394 208
Philadelphia   8  6 0 351 304 Minnesota      6  8 0 254 277
NY Giants      7  7 0 314 304 GREEN BAY      6  8 0 266 352
Washington     6  8 0 248 305 Detroit        2 12 0 245 341
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
Y-New Orleans  9  5 0 362 284 Seattle        8  6 0 295 314
Atlanta        7  7 0 272 294 San Francisco  6  8 0 252 363
Carolina       6  8 0 229 281 St. Louis      5  9 0 289 329
Tampa Bay      3 11 0 182 323 Arizona        4 10 0 268 342
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
New England   10  4 0 321 193 Y-Baltimore   11  3 0 303 187
NY Jets        8  6 0 280 282 Cincinnati     8  6 0 333 284
Buffalo        7  7 0 264 262 Pittsburgh     7  7 0 323 267
Miami          6  8 0 228 243 Cleveland      4 10 0 225 320
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Indianapol  11  3 0 376 311 Y-San Diego   12  2 0 445 266
Jacksonville   8  6 0 320 215 Denver         8  6 0 272 256
Tennessee      7  7 0 271 331 Kansas City    7  7 0 276 276
Houston        4 10 0 226 336 Oakland        2 12 0 156 289
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 21
GREEN BAY 9, Minnesota 7
SATURDAY DECEMBER 23
Kansas City 20, OAKLAND 9
SUNDAY DECEMBER 24
Baltimore 31, PITTSBURGH 7
Carolina 10, ATLANTA 3
Chicago 26, DETROIT 21
HOUSTON 27, Indianapolis 24
New England 24, JACKSONVILLE 21
New Orleans 30, NY GIANTS 7
Tampa Bay 22, CLEVELAND 7
Tennessee 30, BUFFALO 29
ST. LOUIS 37, Washington 31 (OT)
Arizona 26, SAN FRANCISCO 20
DENVER 24, Cincinnati 23
San Diego 20, SEATTLE 17
MONDAY DECEMBER 25
Philadelphia 23, DALLAS 7
NY Jets 13, MIAMI 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
X-Dallas       9  6 0 394 311 Y-Chicago     13  2 0 420 229
X-Philadelphia 9  6 0 374 311 GREEN BAY      7  8 0 275 359
NY Giants      7  8 0 321 334 Minnesota      6  9 0 261 286
Washington     6  9 0 279 342 Detroit        2 13 0 266 367
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
Y-New Orleans 10  5 0 392 291 Y-Seattle      8  7 0 312 334
Atlanta        7  8 0 275 304 San Francisco  6  9 0 272 389
Carolina       7  8 0 239 284 St. Louis      6  9 0 326 360
Tampa Bay      4 11 0 204 330 Arizona        5 10 0 294 362
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-New England 11  4 0 345 214 Y-Baltimore   12  3 0 334 194
NY Jets        9  6 0 293 292 Cincinnati     8  7 0 356 308
Buffalo        7  8 0 293 292 Pittsburgh     7  8 0 330 298
Miami          6  9 0 238 256 Cleveland      4 11 0 232 342
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Indianapol  11  4 0 400 338 Y-San Diego   13  2 0 465 283
Jacksonville   8  7 0 341 239 Denver         9  6 0 296 279
Tennessee      8  7 0 301 360 Kansas City    8  7 0 296 285
Houston        5 10 0 253 360 Oakland        2 13 0 165 309
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 30
NY Giants 34, WASHINGTON 28
SUNDAY DECEMBER 31
Carolina 31, NEW ORLEANS 21
HOUSTON 14, Cleveland 6
Detroit 39, DALLAS 31
KANSAS CITY 35, Jacksonville 30
New England 40, TENNESSEE 23
NY JETS 23, Oakland 3
Pittsburgh 23, CINCINNATI 17
Seattle 23, TAMPA BAY 7
St. Louis 41, MINNESOTA 21
SAN DIEGO 27, Arizona 20
PHILADELPHIA 24, Atlanta 17
BALTIMORE 19, Buffalo 7
INDIANAPOLIS 27, Miami 22
San Francisco 26, DENVER 23 (OT)
Green Bay 26, CHICAGO 7
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North
Y-Philadelph  10  6 0 398 328 Y-Chicago     13  3 0 427 255
X-Dallas       9  7 0 425 350 GREEN BAY      8  8 0 301 366
X-NY Giants    8  8 0 355 362 Minnesota      6 10 0 282 327
Washington     6 10 0 307 376 Detroit        3 13 0 305 398
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West
Y-New Orleans 10  6 0 413 322 Y-Seattle      9  7 0 335 341
Carolina       8  8 0 270 305 San Francisco  7  9 0 298 412
Atlanta        7  9 0 292 328 St. Louis      7  9 0 367 381
Tampa Bay      4 12 0 211 353 Arizona        5 11 0 314 389
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-New England 12  4 0 385 237 Y-Baltimore   13  3 0 353 201
X-NY Jets     10  6 0 316 295 Cincinnati     8  8 0 373 331
Buffalo        7  9 0 300 311 Pittsburgh     8  8 0 353 315
Miami          6 10 0 260 283 Cleveland      4 12 0 238 356
AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Indianapol  12  4 0 427 360 Y-San Diego   14  2 0 492 303
Jacksonville   8  8 0 371 274 Y-Kansas City  9  7 0 331 315
Tennessee      8  8 0 324 400 Denver         9  7 0 319 305
Houston        6 10 0 267 366 Oakland        2 14 0 168 332
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Division Title
2006 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 6) - INDIANAPOLIS (12-4) 23, Kansas City (9-7) 8
Wildcard (January 7) - NEW ENGLAND (12-4) 37, NY Jets (10-6) 16
Divisional (January 13) - Indianapolis (13-4) 15, BALTIMORE (13-3) 6
Divisional  (January 14) - New England (13-4) 24, SAN DIEGO (14-2) 21
Championship (January 21) - INDIANAPOLIS (14-4) 38, N. England (14-5) 34
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 6) - SEATTLE (9-7) 21, Dallas (9-7) 20
Wildcard (January 7) - PHILADELPHIA (10-6) 23, NY Giants (8-8) 20
Divisional (January 13) - NEW ORLEANS (10-6) 27, Philadelphia (11-6) 24
Divisional (January 14) - CHICAGO (13-3) 27, Seattle (10-7) 24 (OT)
Championship (January 21) - CHICAGO (14-3) 39, New Orleans (11-6) 14
SUPER BOWL 41 (February 4, 2007 at Miami)
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 15-4) 29, CHICAGO BEARS (15-3) 17 - Tony Dungy, beaming and sporting an NFL champions cap, waded through the mob on the soggy field until he found his quarterback, Peyton Manning.  And there they stood in the rain, the winning Super Bowl coach and the MVP, finally savoring a moment that was a long time coming. A wet and wild night of Super Bowl firsts brought Dungy, Manning and the Indianapolis Colts to the top of the NFL with a 29-17 victory over the Chicago Bears. Manning hit 25 of 38 passes for 247 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Dungy became the first black coach to win the championship, beating good friend and protege Lovie Smith in a game that featured the first two black coaches in the Super Bowl. Dungy’s ring wasn’t the only first. It also was the first rainy Super Bowl and the first time an opening kickoff was run back for a touchdown, when sensational Bears rookie Devin Hester sped downfield for 92 yards. And not since the Buffalo Bills self-destructed with nine turnovers in losing to Dallas 14 years ago had there been so much messiness. The first half was marred by six turnovers, three for each team. Even football’s most clutch kicker, Adam Vinatieri, missed a chip-shot field goal for the Colts, who botched an extra point attempt, too. When much-maligned Bears quarterback Rex Grossman’s wobbly pass was picked off and returned 56 yards for a touchdown by Kelvin Hayden with 11:44 remaining in the fourth quarter, it was over. Chicago, which led the league in takeaways this season, finished with five turnovers, including two interceptions by Grossman. The Colts will take it. It’s their first title since the 1970 season, when they played in Baltimore. And with a running game that perfectly complemented Manning, thanks to Dominic Rhodes and Joseph Addai, who combined for 190 yards—113 on 21 carries by Rhodes and 77 on 19 carries by Addai, who also caught 10 passes for 66 yards. Leading 16-14 at halftime, the Colts spent half the third quarter with a march to Vinatieri’s 24-yard field goal. Twice on the drive, Manning fell to the ground while throwing. But he completed them.  Thomas Jones, forced to carry the Bears’ entire rushing load when Cedric Benson was hurt in the first half, was Chicago’s best player. But with Grossman ineffective, even inept, all the Bears managed in the second half was Robbie Gould’s 44-yard field goal late in the third period.  Jones finished with 112 yards rushing.
New England (12-4)
San Diego (14-2)
Chicago (13-3)
Philadelphia (10-6)
Pittsburgh (8-8)
NY Jets (12-4)
Indianapolis (12-4)
Houston (6-10)
Kansas City (9-7)
Miami (6-10)
Carolina (8-8)
Washington (6-10)
NY Giants (8-8)
Atlanta (7-9)
Jacksonville (8-8)
Oakland (2-14)
Green Bay (8-8)
Tampa Bay (4-12)
Minnesota (6-10)
Cincinnati (8-8)
Detroit (3-13)
New Orleans (10-6)
Dallas (9-7)
Buffalo (7-9)
Baltimore (13-3)
Denver (9-7)
Tennessee (8-8)
Cleveland (4-12)
Seattle (9-7)
San Francisco (7-9)
St. Louis (7-9)
Arizona (5-11)
Toronto(10-8)
Montreal (10-8)
Hamilton (4-14)
Winnipeg (9-9)
Calgary (10-8)
British Col (13-5)
Edmonton (7-11)
Saskatchewan (9-9)
Rhein (6-4)
Frankfurt (7-3)
Amsterdam (7-3)
Cologne (4-6)
Hamburg (3-6-1)
Berlin (2-7-1)