WEEK ONE
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6
INDIANAPOLIS 41, New Orleans 10
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9
MINNESOTA 24, Atlanta 3
Carolina 27, ST. LOUIS 13
Denver 15, BUFFALO 14
HOUSTON 20, Kansas City 3
WASHINGTON 16, Miami 13 (OT)
New England 38, NY JETS 14
GREEN BAY 16, Philadelphia 13
Pittsburgh 34, CLEVELAND 7
Tennessee 13, JACKSONVILLE 10
SAN DIEGO 14, Chicago 3
Detroit 36, OAKLAND 21
SEATTLE 20, Tampa Bay 6
DALLAS 45, NY Giants 35
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10
CINCINNATI 27, Baltimore 20
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Arizona 17
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Washington     1  0 0  16  13 New England    1  0 0  38  14
Dallas         1  0 0  45  35 Buffalo        0  1 0  14  15
Philadelphia   0  1 0  13  16 NY Jets        0  1 0  14  38
NY Giants      0  1 0  35  45 Miami          0  1 0  13  16
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  16  13 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  34   7
Detroit        1  0 0  36  21 Cincinnati     1  0 0  27  20
Minnesota      1  0 0  24   3 Cleveland      0  1 0   7  34
Chicago        0  1 0   3  14 Baltimore      0  1 0  20  27
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       1  0 0  27  13 Indianapolis   1  0 0  41  10
Tampa Bay      0  1 0   6  20 Tennessee      1  0 0  13  10
New Orleans    0  1 0  10  41 Houston        1  0 0  20   3
Atlanta        0  1 0   3  24 Jacksonville   0  1 0  10  13
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        1  0 0  20   6 San Diego      1  0 0  14   3
San Francisco  1  0 0  20  17 Denver         1  0 0  15  14
Arizona        0  1 0  17  20 Kansas City    0  1 0   3  20
St. Louis      0  1 0  13  27 Oakland        0  1 0  21  36
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 16
JACKSONVILLE 13, Atlanta 7
PITTSBURGH 26, Buffalo 3
CLEVELAND 51, Cincinnati 45
Green Bay 35, NY GIANTS 13
Houston 34, CAROLINA 21
Indianapolis 22, TENNESSEE 20
TAMPA BAY 31, New Orleans 14
San Francisco 17, ST. LOUIS 16
Dallas 37, MIAMI 20
DETROIT 20, Minnesota 17
ARIZONA 23, Seattle 20
CHICAGO 20, Kansas City 10
BALTIMORE 20, NY Jets 13
DENVER 23, Oakland 20
NEW ENGLAND 38, San Diego 14
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Washington 20, PHILADELPHIA 12
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Washington     2  0 0  36  25 New England    2  0 0  76  28
Dallas         2  0 0  82  55 Buffalo        0  2 0  17  41
Philadelphia   0  2 0  25  36 NY Jets        0  2 0  27  58
NY Giants      0  2 0  48  80 Miami          0  2 0  33  53
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      2  0 0  51  26 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  60  10
Detroit        2  0 0  56  38 Cincinnati     1  1 0  72  71
Minnesota      1  1 0  41  23 Cleveland      1  1 0  58  79
Chicago        1  1 0  23  24 Baltimore      1  1 0  40  40
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       1  1 0  48  47 Indianapolis   2  0 0  63  30
Tampa Bay      1  1 0  37  34 Houston        2  0 0  54  24
New Orleans    0  2 0  24  72 Tennessee      1  1 0  33  32
Atlanta        0  2 0  10  37 Jacksonville   1  1 0  23  20
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  2  0 0  37  33 Denver         2  0 0  38  34
Seattle        1  1 0  40  29 San Diego      1  1 0  28  41
Arizona        1  1 0  40  40 Kansas City    0  2 0  13  40
St. Louis      0  2 0  29  44 Oakland        0  2 0  41  59
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23
BALTIMORE 26, Arizona 23
NEW ENGLAND 38, Buffalo 7
PHILADELPHIA 56, Detroit 21
Indianapolis 30, HOUSTON 24
NY JETS 31, Miami 28
KANSAS CITY 13, Minnesota 10
GREEN BAY 31, San Diego 24
PITTSBURGH 37, San Francisco 16
TAMPA BAY 24, St. Louis 3
SEATTLE 24, Cincinnati 21
OAKLAND 26, Cleveland 24
Jacksonville 24, DENVER 13
Carolina 27, ATLANTA 20
NY Giants 24, WASHINGTON 17
Dallas 34, CHICAGO 10
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Tennessee 31, NEW ORLEANS 14
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         3  0 0 116  65 New England    3  0 0 114  35
Washington     2  1 0  53  49 NY Jets        1  2 0  58  86
Philadelphia   1  2 0  81  57 Buffalo        0  3 0  24  79
NY Giants      1  2 0  72  97 Miami          0  3 0  61  84
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      3  0 0  82  50 Pittsburgh     3  0 0  97  26
Detroit        2  1 0  77  94 Baltimore      2  1 0  66  63
Minnesota      1  2 0  51  36 Cleveland      1  2 0  82 105
Chicago        1  2 0  33  58 Cincinnati     1  2 0  93  95
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       2  1 0  75  67 Indianapolis   3  0 0  93  54
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  61  37 Houston        2  1 0  78  54
New Orleans    0  3 0  38 103 Tennessee      2  1 0  64  46
Atlanta        0  3 0  30  64 Jacksonville   2  1 0  47  33
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  2  1 0  53  70 Denver         2  1 0  51  58
Seattle        2  1 0  64  50 San Diego      1  2 0  52  72
Arizona        1  2 0  63  66 Kansas City    1  2 0  26  50
St. Louis      0  3 0  32  68 Oakland        1  2 0  67  83
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Jacksonville, New Orleans, Tennessee, Washington)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
CLEVELAND 27, Baltimore 13
DETROIT 37, Chicago 27
Green Bay 23, MINNESOTA 16
ATLANTA 26, Houston 16
BUFFALO 17, NY Jets 14
Oakland 35, MIAMI 17
DALLAS 35, St. Louis 7
Seattle 23, SAN FRANCISCO 3
Tampa Bay 20, CAROLINA 7
INDIANAPOLIS 38, Denver 20
Kansas City 30, SAN DIEGO 16
ARIZONA 21, Pittsburgh 14
NY GIANTS 16, Philadelphia 3
MONDAY OCTOBER 1
New England 34, CINCINNATI 13
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         4  0 0 151  72 New England    4  0 0 148  48
Washington     2  1 0  53  49 NY Jets        1  3 0  72 103
NY Giants      2  2 0  88 100 Buffalo        1  3 0  41  93
Philadelphia   1  3 0  84  73 Miami          0  4 0  78 119
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      4  0 0 105  66 Pittsburgh     3  1 0 111  47
Detroit        3  1 0 114 121 Baltimore      2  2 0  79  90
Minnesota      1  3 0  67  59 Cleveland      2  2 0 109 118
Chicago        1  3 0  60  95 Cincinnati     1  3 0 106 129
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      3  1 0  81  44 Indianapolis   4  0 0 131  74
Carolina       2  2 0  82  87 Jacksonville   2  1 0  47  33
Atlanta        1  3 0  56  80 Tennessee      2  1 0  64  46
New Orleans    0  3 0  38 103 Houston        2  2 0  94  80
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        3  1 0  87  53 Denver         2  2 0  71  96
San Francisco  2  2 0  56  93 Oakland        2  2 0 102 100
Arizona        2  2 0  84  80 Kansas City    2  2 0  56  66
St. Louis      0  4 0  39 103 San Diego      1  3 0  68 102
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cincinnati, Minnesota, Oakland, Philadelphia)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 7
Arizona 34, ST. LOUIS 31
TENNESSEE 20, Atlanta 13
Carolina 16, NEW ORLEANS 13
NEW ENGLAND 34, Cleveland 17
WASHINGTON 34, Detroit 3
Jacksonville 17, KANSAS CITY 7
HOUSTON 22, Miami 19
NY GIANTS 35, NY Jets 24
PITTSBURGH 21, Seattle 0
INDIANAPOLIS 33, Tampa Bay 14
Baltimore 9, SAN FRANCISCO 7
San Diego 41, DENVER 3
Chicago 27, GREEN BAY 20
MONDAY OCTOBER 8
Dallas 25, BUFFALO 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         5  0 0 176  96 New England    5  0 0 182  65
Washington     3  1 0  87  52 NY Jets        1  4 0  96 138
NY Giants      3  2 0 123 124 Buffalo        1  4 0  65 118
Philadelphia   1  3 0  84  73 Miami          0  5 0  97 141
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      4  1 0 125  93 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 132  47
Detroit        3  2 0 117 155 Baltimore      3  2 0  88  97
Chicago        2  3 0  87 115 Cleveland      2  3 0 126 152
Minnesota      1  3 0  67  59 Cincinnati     1  3 0 106 129
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      3  2 0  95  77 Indianapolis   5  0 0 164  88
Carolina       3  2 0  98 100 Jacksonville   3  1 0  64  40
Atlanta        1  4 0  69 100 Tennessee      3  1 0  84  59
New Orleans    0  4 0  51 119 Houston        3  2 0 116  99
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        3  2 0  87  74 Oakland        2  2 0 102 100
Arizona        3  2 0 118 111 Denver         2  3 0  74 137
San Francisco  2  3 0  63 102 Kansas City    2  3 0  63  83
St. Louis      0  5 0  70 137 San Diego      2  3 0 109 105
WEEK SIX (Bye - Buffalo, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
KANSAS CITY 27, Cincinnati 20
JACKSONVILLE 37, Houston 17
CLEVELAND 41, Miami 31
Minnesota 34, CHICAGO 31
Philadelphia 16, NY JETS 9
BALTIMORE 22, St. Louis 3
TAMPA BAY 13, Tennessee 10
GREEN BAY 17, Washington 14
Carolina 25, ARIZONA 10
New England 48, DALLAS 27
SAN DIEGO 28, Oakland 14
New Orleans 28, SEATTLE 17
MONDAY OCTOBER 15
NY Giants 31, ATLANTA 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         5  1 0 203 144 New England    6  0 0 230  92
NY Giants      4  2 0 154 134 Buffalo        1  4 0  65 118
Washington     3  2 0 101  69 NY Jets        1  5 0 105 154
Philadelphia   2  3 0 100  82 Miami          0  6 0 128 182
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      5  1 0 142 107 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 132  47
Detroit        3  2 0 117 155 Baltimore      4  2 0 110 100
Minnesota      2  3 0 101  90 Cleveland      3  3 0 167 183
Chicago        2  4 0 118 149 Cincinnati     1  4 0 126 156
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      4  2 0 108  87 Indianapolis   5  0 0 164  88
Carolina       4  2 0 123 110 Jacksonville   4  1 0 101  57
New Orleans    1  4 0  79 136 Tennessee      3  2 0  94  72
Atlanta        1  5 0  79 131 Houston        3  3 0 133 136
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        3  3 0 104 102 San Diego      3  3 0 137 119
Arizona        3  3 0 128 136 Kansas City    3  3 0  90 103
San Francisco  2  3 0  63 102 Denver         2  3 0  74 137
St. Louis      0  6 0  73 159 Oakland        2  3 0 116 128
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Carolina, Cleveland, Green Bay, San Diego)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
WASHINGTON 21, Arizona 19
NEW ORLEANS 22, Atlanta 16
BUFFALO 19, Baltimore 14
New England 49, MIAMI 28
NY GIANTS 33, San Francisco 15
DETROIT 23, Tampa Bay 16
Tennessee 38, HOUSTON 36
Kansas City 12, OAKLAND 10
CINCINNATI 38, NY Jets 31
Chicago 19, PHILADELPHIA 16
DALLAS 24, Minnesota 14
SEATTLE 33, St. Louis 6
DENVER 31, Pittsburgh 28
MONDAY OCTOBER 22
Indianapolis 29, JACKSONVILLE 7
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         6  1 0 227 158 New England    7  0 0 279 120
NY Giants      5  2 0 187 149 Buffalo        2  4 0  84 132
Washington     4  2 0 122  88 NY Jets        1  6 0 136 192
Philadelphia   2  4 0 116 101 Miami          0  7 0 156 231
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      5  1 0 142 107 Pittsburgh     4  2 0 160  78
Detroit        4  2 0 140 171 Baltimore      4  3 0 124 119
Chicago        3  4 0 137 165 Cleveland      3  3 0 167 183
Minnesota      2  4 0 115 114 Cincinnati     2  4 0 164 187
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       4  2 0 123 110 Indianapolis   6  0 0 193  95
Tampa Bay      4  3 0 124 110 Jacksonville   4  2 0 108  86
New Orleans    2  4 0 101 152 Tennessee      4  2 0 132 108
Atlanta        1  6 0  95 153 Houston        3  4 0 169 174
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  3 0 137 108 Kansas City    4  3 0 102 113
Arizona        3  4 0 147 157 San Diego      3  3 0 137 119
San Francisco  2  4 0  78 135 Denver         3  3 0 105 165
St. Louis      0  7 0  79 192 Oakland        2  4 0 126 140
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Arizona, Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas, Kansas City, Seattle)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28
Cleveland 27, ST. LOUIS 20
Detroit 16, CHICAGO 7
Indianapolis 31, CAROLINA 7
TENNESSEE 13, Oakland 9
Philadelphia 23, MINNESOTA 16
Pittsburgh 24, CINCINNATI 13
Buffalo 13, NY JETS 3
SAN DIEGO 35, Houston 10
Jacksonville 24, TAMPA BAY 23
New Orleans 31, SAN FRANCISCO 10
NEW ENGLAND 52, Washington 7
NY Giants 13, MIAMI 10 (at London)
MONDAY OCTOBER 29
Green Bay 19, DENVER 13 (OT)
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         6  1 0 227 158 New England    8  0 0 331 127
NY Giants      6  2 0 200 159 Buffalo        3  4 0  97 135
Washington     4  3 0 129 140 NY Jets        1  7 0 139 205
Philadelphia   3  4 0 139 117 Miami          0  8 0 166 244
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      6  1 0 161 120 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 184  91
Detroit        5  2 0 156 178 Baltimore      4  3 0 124 119
Chicago        3  5 0 144 181 Cleveland      4  3 0 194 203
Minnesota      2  5 0 131 137 Cincinnati     2  5 0 177 211
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       4  3 0 130 141 Indianapolis   7  0 0 224 102
Tampa Bay      4  4 0 147 134 Jacksonville   5  2 0 132 109
New Orleans    3  4 0 132 162 Tennessee      5  2 0 145 117
Atlanta        1  6 0  95 153 Houston        3  5 0 179 209
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  3 0 137 108 Kansas City    4  3 0 102 113
Arizona        3  4 0 147 157 San Diego      4  3 0 172 129
San Francisco  2  5 0  88 166 Denver         3  4 0 118 184
St. Louis      0  8 0  99 219 Oakland        2  5 0 135 153
WEEK NINE (Bye - Chicago, Miami, NY Giants, St. Louis)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4
TAMPA BAY 17, Arizona 10
TENNESSEE 20, Carolina 7
BUFFALO 33, Cincinnati 21
DETROIT 44, Denver 7
Green Bay 33, KANSAS CITY 22
NEWORLEANS 41, Jacksonville 24
MINNESOTA 35, San Diego 17
ATLANTA 20, San Francisco 16
Washington 23, NY JETS 20 (OT)
CLEVELAND 33, Seattle 30 (OT)
Houston 24, OAKLAND 17
New England 24, INDIANAPOLIS 20
Dallas 38, PHILADELPHIA 17
MONDAY NOVEMBER 5
PITTSBURGH 38, Baltimore 7
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         7  1 0 265 175 New England    9  0 0 355 147
NY Giants      6  2 0 200 159 Buffalo        4  4 0 130 156
Washington     5  3 0 152 160 NY Jets        1  8 0 159 228
Philadelphia   3  5 0 156 155 Miami          0  8 0 166 244
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      7  1 0 194 142 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 222  98
Detroit        6  2 0 200 185 Cleveland      5  3 0 227 233
Chicago        3  5 0 144 181 Baltimore      4  4 0 131 157
Minnesota      3  5 0 166 154 Cincinnati     2  6 0 198 244
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      5  4 0 164 144 Indianapolis   7  1 0 244 126
Carolina       4  4 0 137 161 Tennessee      6  2 0 165 124
New Orleans    4  4 0 173 186 Jacksonville   5  3 0 156 150
Atlanta        2  6 0 115 169 Houston        4  5 0 203 226
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  4 0 167 141 Kansas City    4  4 0 124 146
Arizona        3  5 0 157 174 San Diego      4  4 0 189 164
San Francisco  2  6 0 104 186 Denver         3  5 0 125 228
St. Louis      0  8 0  99 219 Oakland        2  6 0 152 177
WEEK TEN (Bye - Houston, New England, NY Jets, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11
Atlanta 20, CAROLINA 13
Buffalo 13, MIAMI 10
PITTSBURGH 31, Cleveland 28
Denver 21, KANSAS CITY 11
Jacksonville 28, TENNESSEE 13
GREEN BAY 34, Minnesota 0
Philadelphia 33, WASHINGTON 25
St. Louis 37, NEW ORLEANS 29
Cincinnati 21, BALTIMORE 7
Chicago 17, OAKLAND 6
Dallas 31, NY GIANTS 20
ARIZONA 31, Detroit 21
SAN DIEGO 23, Indianapolis 21
MONDAY NOVEMBER 12
SEATTLE 24, San Francisco 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         8  1 0 296 195 New England    9  0 0 355 147
NY Giants      6  3 0 220 190 Buffalo        5  4 0 143 166
Washington     5  4 0 177 193 NY Jets        1  8 0 159 228
Philadelphia   4  5 0 189 180 Miami          0  9 0 176 257
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      8  1 0 228 142 Pittsburgh     7  2 0 253 126
Detroit        6  3 0 221 216 Cleveland      5  4 0 255 264
Chicago        4  5 0 161 187 Baltimore      4  5 0 138 178
Minnesota      3  6 0 166 188 Cincinnati     3  6 0 219 251
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      5  4 0 164 144 Indianapolis   7  2 0 265 149
Carolina       4  5 0 150 181 Tennessee      6  3 0 178 152
New Orleans    4  5 0 202 223 Jacksonville   6  3 0 184 163
Atlanta        3  6 0 135 182 Houston        4  5 0 203 226
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        5  4 0 191 141 San Diego      5  4 0 211 185
Arizona        4  5 0 188 195 Denver         4  5 0 146 239
San Francisco  2  7 0 104 210 Kansas City    4  5 0 135 167
St. Louis      1  8 0 136 248 Oakland        2  7 0 158 194
WEEK ELEVEN
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18
Arizona 35, CINCINNATI 27
GREEN BAY 31, Carolina 17
Cleveland 33, BALTIMORE 30 (OT)
INDIANAPOLIS 13, Kansas City 10
PHILADELPHIA 17, Miami 7
HOUSTON 23, New Orleans 10
NY Giants 16, DETROIT 10
MINNESOTA 29, Oakland 22
JACKSONVILLE 24, San Diego 17
Tampa Bay 31, ATLANTA 7
NY JETS 19, Pittsburgh 16 (OT)
SEATTLE 30, Chicago 23
St. Louis 13, SAN FRANCISCO 9
DALLAS 28, Washington 23
New England 56, BUFFALO 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 19
DENVER 34, Tennessee 20
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         9  1 0 324 218 New England   10  0 0 411 157
NY Giants      7  3 0 236 200 Buffalo        5  5 0 153 222
Washington     5  5 0 200 221 NY Jets        2  8 0 178 244
Philadelphia   5  5 0 206 187 Miami          0 10 0 183 274
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      9  1 0 259 159 Pittsburgh     7  3 0 269 145
Detroit        6  4 0 231 232 Cleveland      6  4 0 288 294
Chicago        4  6 0 184 217 Baltimore      4  6 0 168 211
Minnesota      4  6 0 195 210 Cincinnati     3  7 0 246 286
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      6  4 0 195 151 Indianapolis   8  2 0 278 159
Carolina       4  6 0 167 212 Jacksonville   7  3 0 208 180
New Orleans    4  6 0 212 246 Tennessee      6  4 0 198 186
Atlanta        3  7 0 142 213 Houston        5  5 0 226 236
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        6  4 0 221 164 San Diego      5  5 0 245 233
Arizona        5  5 0 223 222 Denver         5  5 0 180 259
San Francisco  2  8 0 113 223 Kansas City    4  6 0 145 180
St. Louis      2  8 0 149 257 Oakland        2  8 0 180 223
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22
Green Bay 37, DETROIT 26
DALLAS 34, NY Jets 3
Indianapolis 31, ATLANTA 13
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25
JACKSONVILLE 36, Buffalo 14
CLEVELAND 27, Houston 17
Minnesota 41, NY GIANTS 17
New Orleans 31, CAROLINA 6
Oakland 20, KANSAS CITY 17
Seattle 24, ST. LOUIS 19
CINCINNATI 35, Tennessee 6
TAMPA BAY 19, Washington 13
San Francisco 37, ARIZONA 31 (OT)
CHICAGO 37, Denver 34 (OT)
SAN DIEGO 32, Baltimore 14
NEW ENGLAND 31, Philadelphia 28
MONDAY NOVEMBER 26
PITTSBURGH 3, Miami 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas        10  1 0 358 221 Y-New England 11  0 0 442 185
NY Giants      7  4 0 253 241 Buffalo        5  6 0 167 258
Washington     5  6 0 213 240 NY Jets        2  9 0 181 278
Philadelphia   5  6 0 234 218 Miami          0 11 0 183 277
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY     10  1 0 296 185 Pittsburgh     8  3 0 272 145
Detroit        6  5 0 257 269 Cleveland      7  4 0 315 311
Chicago        5  6 0 221 251 Baltimore      4  7 0 182 243
Minnesota      5  6 0 236 227 Cincinnati     4  7 0 281 292
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      7  4 0 214 164 Indianapolis   9  2 0 309 172
New Orleans    5  6 0 243 252 Jacksonville   8  3 0 244 194
Carolina       4  7 0 173 243 Tennessee      6  5 0 204 221
Atlanta        3  8 0 155 244 Houston        5  6 0 243 263
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        7  4 0 245 183 San Diego      6  5 0 277 247
Arizona        5  6 0 254 259 Denver         5  6 0 214 296
San Francisco  3  8 0 150 254 Kansas City    4  7 0 162 200
St. Louis      2  9 0 168 281 Oakland        3  8 0 200 240
Y-Clinched Division Title
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29
DALLAS 37, Green Bay 27
SUNDAY DECEMBER 2
ST. LOUIS 28, Atlanta 16
Buffalo 17, WASHINGTON 16
MINNESOTA 42, Detroit 10
TENNESSEE 28, Houston 20
INDIANAPOLIS 28, Jackson 25
NY Jets 40, MIAMI 13
San Diego 24, KANSAS CITY 10
Seattle 28, PHILADELPHIA 24
CAROLINA 31, San Francisco 14
ARIZONA 27, Cleveland 21
OAKLAND 34, Denver 20
NY Giants 21, CHICAGO 16
Tampa Bay 27, NEW ORLEANS 23
PITTSBURGH 24, Cincinnati 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 3
New England 27, BALTIMORE 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-Dallas      11  1 0 395 248 Y-New England 12  0 0 469 209
NY Giants      8  4 0 274 257 Buffalo        6  6 0 184 274
Washington     5  7 0 229 257 NY Jets        3  9 0 221 291
Philadelphia   5  7 0 258 246 Miami          0 12 0 196 317
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY     10  2 0 323 222 Pittsburgh     9  3 0 296 155
Detroit        6  6 0 267 311 Cleveland      7  5 0 336 338
Minnesota      6  6 0 278 237 Baltimore      4  8 0 206 270
Chicago        5  7 0 237 272 Cincinnati     4  8 0 291 316
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      8  4 0 241 187 Indianapolis  10  2 0 337 197
New Orleans    5  7 0 266 279 Jacksonville   8  4 0 269 222
Carolina       5  7 0 204 257 Tennessee      7  5 0 232 241
Atlanta        3  9 0 171 272 Houston        5  7 0 263 291
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        8  4 0 273 207 San Diego      7  5 0 301 257
Arizona        6  6 0 281 280 Denver         5  7 0 234 330
San Francisco  3  9 0 164 285 Kansas City    4  8 0 172 224
St. Louis      3  9 0 196 297 Oakland        4  8 0 234 260
Y-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 6
WASHINGTON 24, Chicago 16
SUNDAY DECEMBER 9
JACKSONVILLE 37, Carolina 6
Dallas 28, DETROIT 27
BUFFALO 38, Miami 17
NY Giants 16, PHILADELPHIA 13
GREEN BAY 38, Oakland 7
San Diego 23, TENNESSEE 17 (OT)
CINCINNATI 19, St. Louis 10
HOUSTON 28, Tampa Bay 14
SEATTLE 42, Arizona 21
Minnesota 27, SAN FRANCISCO 7
Cleveland 24, NY JETS 18
DENVER 41, Kansas City 9
NEW ENGLAND 34, Pittsburgh 13
Indianapolis 44, BALTIMORE 20
MONDAY DECEMBER 10
New Orleans 34, ATLANTA 14
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-Dallas      12  1 0 423 275 Y-New England 13  0 0 503 222
NY Giants      9  4 0 290 270 Buffalo        7  6 0 222 291
Washington     6  7 0 253 273 NY Jets        3 10 0 239 315
Philadelphia   5  8 0 271 262 Miami          0 13 0 213 355
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-GREEN BAY   11  2 0 361 229 Pittsburgh     9  4 0 309 189
Minnesota      7  6 0 305 244 Cleveland      8  5 0 360 356
Detroit        6  7 0 294 339 Cincinnati     5  8 0 310 326
Chicago        5  8 0 253 296 Baltimore      4  9 0 226 314
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      8  5 0 255 215 X-Indianapolis11  2 0 381 217
New Orleans    6  7 0 300 293 Jacksonville   9  4 0 306 228
Carolina       5  8 0 210 294 Tennessee      7  6 0 249 264
Atlanta        3 10 0 185 306 Houston        6  7 0 291 305
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Seattle      9  4 0 315 228 San Diego      8  5 0 324 274
Arizona        6  7 0 302 322 Denver         6  7 0 275 339
San Francisco  3 10 0 171 312 Oakland        4  9 0 241 298
St. Louis      3 10 0 206 316 Kansas City    4  9 0 181 265
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 13
HOUSTON 31, Denver 13
SATURDAY DECEMBER 15
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Cincinnati 13
SUNDAY DECEMBER 16
NEW ORLEANS 31, Arizona 24
TAMPA BAY 37, Atlanta 3
MIAMI 22, Baltimore 16 (OT)
CLEVELAND 8, Buffalo 0
Green Bay 33, ST. LOUIS 14
Jacksonville 29, PITTSBURGH 22
NEW ENGLAND 20, NY Jets 10
CAROLINA 13, Seattle 10
Tennessee 26, KANSAS CITY 17
Indianapolis 21, OAKLAND 14
SAN DIEGO 51, Detroit 14
Philadelphia 10, DALLAS 6
Washington 22, NY GIANTS 10
MONDAY DECEMBER 17
MINNESOTA 20, Chicago 13
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Y-Dallas      12  2 0 429 285 Y-New England 14  0 0 523 232
NY Giants      9  5 0 300 292 Buffalo        7  7 0 222 299
Washington     7  7 0 275 283 NY Jets        3 11 0 249 335
Philadelphia   6  8 0 281 268 Miami          1 13 0 235 371
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-GREEN BAY   12  2 0 394 243 Pittsburgh     9  5 0 331 218
Minnesota      8  6 0 325 257 Cleveland      9  5 0 368 356
Detroit        6  8 0 308 390 Cincinnati     5  9 0 323 346
Chicago        5  9 0 266 316 Baltimore      4 10 0 242 336
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      9  5 0 292 218 X-Indianapolis12  2 0 402 231
New Orleans    7  7 0 331 317 Y-Jacksonville10  4 0 335 250
Carolina       6  8 0 223 304 Tennessee      8  6 0 275 281
Atlanta        3 11 0 188 343 Houston        7  7 0 322 318
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Seattle      9  5 0 325 241 Y-San Diego    9  5 0 375 288
Arizona        6  8 0 326 353 Denver         6  8 0 288 370
San Francisco  4 10 0 191 325 Oakland        4 10 0 255 319
St. Louis      3 11 0 220 349 Kansas City    4 10 0 198 291
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 20
Pittsburgh 41, ST. LOUIS 24
SATURDAY DECEMBER 22
Dallas 20, CAROLINA 13
SUNDAY DECEMBER 23
CINCINNATI 19, Cleveland 14
CHICAGO 35, Green Bay 7
INDIANAPOLIS 38, Houston 15
DETROIT 25, Kansas City 20
NY Giants 38, BUFFALO 21
JACKSONVILLE 49, Oakland 11
Philadelphia 38, NEW ORLEANS 23
ARIZONA 30, Atlanta 27 (OT)
SAN FRANCISCO 21, Tampa Bay 19
SEATTLE 27, Baltimore 6
NEW ENGLAND 28, Miami 7
TENNESSEE 10, NY Jets 6
Washington 32, MINNESOTA 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 24
SAN DIEGO 23, Denver 3
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Y-Dallas      13  2 0 449 298 Y-New England 15  0 0 551 239
X-NY Giants   10  5 0 338 313 Buffalo        7  8 0 243 337
Washington     8  7 0 307 304 NY Jets        3 12 0 255 345
Philadelphia   7  8 0 319 291 Miami          1 14 0 235 371
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-GREEN BAY   12  3 0 401 278 Pittsburgh    10  5 0 369 233
Minnesota      8  7 0 346 289 Cleveland      9  6 0 382 375
Detroit        7  8 0 333 410 Cincinnati     6  9 0 342 360
Chicago        6  9 0 301 323 Baltimore      4 11 0 248 363
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Y-Tampa Bay    9  6 0 311 239 X-Indianapolis13  2 0 440 246
New Orleans    7  8 0 354 355 Y-Jacksonville11  4 0 384 261
Carolina       6  9 0 236 324 Tennessee      9  6 0 285 287
Atlanta        3 12 0 215 373 Houston        7  8 0 337 356
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Seattle     10  5 0 352 247 Y-San Diego   10  5 0 398 291
Arizona        7  8 0 356 380 Denver         6  9 0 291 393
San Francisco  5 10 0 212 344 Oakland        4 11 0 266 368
St. Louis      3 12 0 244 390 Kansas City    4 11 0 218 316
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SATURDAY DECEMBER 29
New England 38, NY GIANTS 35
SUNDAY DECEMBER 30
PHILADELPHIA 17, Buffalo 9
Carolina 31, TAMPA BAY 23
Cincinnati 38, MIAMI 25
GREEN BAY 34, Detroit 13
HOUSTON 42, Jacksonville 28
CHICAGO 33, New Orleans 25
ATLANTA 44, Seattle 41
CLEVELAND 20, San Francisco 7
WASHINGTON 27, Dallas 6
DENVER 22, Minnesota 19
BALTIMORE 27, Pittsburgh 21
San Diego 30, OAKLAND 17
ARIZONA 48, St. Louis 19
NY JETS 13, Kansas City 10
Tennessee 16, INDIANAPOLIS 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Y-Dallas      13  3 0 455 325 Y-New England 16  0 0 589 274
X-NY Giants   10  6 0 373 351 Buffalo        7  9 0 252 354
X-Washington   9  7 0 334 310 NY Jets        4 12 0 268 355
Philadelphia   8  8 0 336 300 Miami          1 15 0 260 409
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Y-GREEN BAY   13  3 0 435 291 Y-Pittsburgh  10  6 0 390 260
Minnesota      8  8 0 365 311 Cleveland     10  6 0 402 382
Detroit        7  9 0 346 444 Cincinnati     7  9 0 380 385
Chicago        7  9 0 334 348 Baltimore      5 11 0 275 384
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Y-Tampa Bay    9  7 0 334 270 X-Indianapolis13  3 0 450 262
Carolina       7  9 0 267 347 Y-Jacksonville11  5 0 412 303
New Orleans    7  9 0 379 388 Y-Tennessee   10  6 0 301 297
Atlanta        4 12 0 259 414 Houston        8  8 0 379 384
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Y-Seattle     10  6 0 393 291 Y-San Diego   11  5 0 428 308
Arizona        8  8 0 404 399 Denver         7  9 0 313 412
San Francisco  5 11 0 219 364 Oakland        4 12 0 283 398
St. Louis      3 13 0 263 438 Kansas City    4 12 0 228 329
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
2007 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 5) - Jacksonville (11-5) 31, PITTSBURGH (10-6) 29
Wildcard (January 6) - SAN DIEGO (11-5) 17, Tennessee (10-6) 6
Divisional (January 12) - NEW ENGLAND (16-0) 31, Jacksonville (11-6) 20
Divisional (January 13) - San Diego (12-5) 28, INDIANAPOLIS (13-3) 24
Championship (January 20) - NEW ENGLAND (17-0) 21, San Diego (13-5) 12
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard (January 5) - SEATTLE (10-6) 35, Washington (9-7) 14
Wildcard (January 6) - NY Giants (10-6) 24, TAMPA BAY (9-7) 14
Divisional (January 12) - GREEN BAY (13-3) 42, Seattle (11-6) 20
Divisional (January 13) - NY Giants (11-6) 21, DALLAS (13-3) 17
Championship (January 20) - NY Giants (12-6) 23, GREEN BAY (14-3) 20 (OT)
SUPER BOWL 42 (February 3, 2008 at Phoenix)
NEW YORK GIANTS (13-6) 17, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (18-0) 14 - The New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots 17-14 to win Super Bowl XLII at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. A touchdown by the New York Giants in the last seconds of the very tight game disrupted the New England Patriots' quest for a perfect, undefeated season. The Patriots attained the lead early in the second quarter, and regained it with 2:42 left in the 4th quarter, losing it only when the game-winning touchdown was scored by Plaxico Burress with 35 seconds left to play. "The drive at the end there were so many clutch plays by so many guys. It is an unbelievable game and an unbelievable feeling," said Giants quarterback Eli Manning. The first quarter started off with a 16 play drive by the Giants which took up nearly 10 minutes and ended in a field goal. Three seconds into the second quarter, the Patriots answered back with a 1 yard run from Laurence Maroney after a pass interference call. The third quarter of the game was scoreless. With 11:05 remaining in the fourth quarter, Eli Manning threw a five yard pass to David Tyree, making the score 10-7. The Patriots then made the score 14-10 on a seven yard pass from Tom Brady to Randy Moss. The next drive for the Giants proved to be the winning one, with Tyree catching a pass that led the team to the Patriots' 24 yard line; Plaxico Burress' following touchdown reception was enough to regain the lead and win the game. Eli Manning was named the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player and was awarded the Pete Rozell Trophy. "This is the greatest feeling in professional sports. For us to come out and win a world championship tonight -- nobody gave us a shot," said Plaxico Burress.
Edmonton    3  6 1 226 302  7 Hamilton    1  9 0 175 289  2
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14
EDMONTON 47, Montreal 28 (36280) - Edmonton QB Ricky Ray threw five TD passes and overtook Warren Moon for the franchise record for passing yards - 21,228, finishing 20-of-29 for 322 yards with one interception.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15
CALGARY 44, Saskatchewan 22 (35650) - Henry Burris completed 14-of-23 attempts for 336 yards and five TDs for Calgary's third straight victory. The Stamps raced to a 28-1 first-half lead, before cruising the rest of the way.
Winnipeg 34, HAMILTON 4 (21205) - Gavin Walls recovered a missed handoff and ran 26 yards for a TD and Mike Mahoney recovered a fumble in the end zone in the third quarter, opening a 31-4 lead for Winnipeg.
BRITISH COLUMBIA 40, Toronto 7 (31156) - Joe Smith ran for 99 yards and twoTDs as the Lions moved a point ahead of the Riders. Jarious Jackson completed 13-of-29 passes for 264 yards for BC, which led, 12-0, at the half.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  7  3 1 324 229 15 Winnipeg    7  3 1 295 244 15
Saskatch    7  4 0 303 250 14 Montreal    6  5 0 263 262 12
Calgary     6  4 1 316 318 13 Toronto     4  7 0 250 247  8
Edmonton    4  6 1 273 330  9 Hamilton    1 10 0 179 323  2
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21
HAMILTON 24, Calgary 20 (23115) - Reserve QB Ritchie Williams helped engineer a comeback from an 11-point, first-half deficit to lead the Ticats. DB Dwight Anderson intercepted Akili Smith in the end zone to seal the win.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Brit Columbia 37, SASKATCHEWAN 34 (28800) - Jarious Jackson connected with Geroy Simon on a 33-yard TD strike with just 34 seconds remaining to give the Lions the win and solidify their hold on first.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23
Edmonton 16, MONTREAL 10 (20202) - Sean Fleming made all four of his FG attempts, and the Eskimos recorded six sacks and two safeties en route to the win. Fleming made a field goal in each of the four quarters.
TORONTO 31, Winnipeg 23 (26423) - Dominique Dorsey returned a KO 97 yards for a TD and Kenny Wheaton took an interception 84 yards for a TD as Toronto led 28-1, before QB Kevin Glenn led three Bomber scoring drives.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  8  3 1 361 253 17 Winnipeg    7  4 1 318 275 15
Saskatch    7  5 0 337 287 14 Montreal    6  6 0 273 278 12
Calgary     6  5 1 336 342 13 Toronto     5  7 0 281 270 10
Edmonton    5  6 1 289 340 11 Hamilton    2 10 0 203 343  4
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28
Toronto 18, EDMONTON 11 (31056) - Andre Talbot hauled in two TD catches as the Argonauts took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, when Michael Bishop connected with Talbot for a 40-yard TD strike..
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29
SASKATCHEWAN 33, Montreal 22 (28800) - Kerry Joseph threw a pair of first-half TDs to help the Riders scored 19 straight points and took a 19-4 halftime lead. Joseph threw for 355 yards and three TDs.
WINNIPEG 21, Hamilton 19 (27102) - In a game that featured eight turnovers, the Bombers scored 10 straight points in the fourth quarter to rally. Charles Roberts scored on a 1-yard run and Troy Westwood kicked a 14-yard FG.
BRIT COLUMBIA 42, Calgary 9 (32263) - Jarious Jackson threw for 307 yards and three TDs and Joe Smith ran for 109 yards and a TD as the Lions rolled. Jackson threw TD passes to three different receivers.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  9  3 1 403 262 19 Winnipeg    8  4 1 339 294 17
Saskatch    8  5 0 370 309 16 Montreal    6  7 0 305 311 12
Calgary     6  6 1 345 384 13 Toronto     6  7 0 299 281 12
Edmonton    5  7 1 300 358 11 Hamilton    2 11 0 222 364  4
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 5
Brit Columbia 26, WINNIPEG 20 (26593) - Jarious Jackson threw for a TD and rushed for another as the Lions edged Winnipeg in a battle of the league's two top teams and extended their winning streak to four games.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 6
TORONTO 33, Edmonton 8 (28354) - Dominique Dorsey and Byron Parker
each scored special teams TDs, while the Argos' top-ranked defense sacked Edmonton quarterbacks six times and forcing four turnovers.
MONDAY OCTOBER 8
MONTREAL 27, Hamilton 19 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo threw three TDs as the Als scored 14 quick points in the first quarter to set the tone for the game. Casey Printers threw for 228 yards and two interceptions for the Ticats.
Saskatchewan 33, CALGARY 21 (33075) - Kerry Joseph passed for 290 yards and added a rushing TD as the Roughriders remained in second place in the West and pulled to within three points of the first-place Lions.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-B Colum  10  3 1 429 282 21 X-Winnipeg  8  5 1 359 320 17
Saskatch    9  5 0 403 330 18 X-Montreal  7  7 0 332 330 14
Calgary     6  7 1 366 417 13 X-Toronto   7  7 0 332 289 14
Edmonton    5  8 1 308 391 11 Hamilton    2 12 0 241 391  4
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 12
TORONTO 35, Montreal 17 (31416) - Michael Bishop threw for 247 yards, as the Argos used two defensive TDs, including a 68-yard fumble recovery by Khalil Carter and Byron Parker's 58-yard interception return for the win.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 13
Brit Columbia 24, EDMONTON 18 (33663) - Geroy Simon hauled in a six-yard TD from Jarius Jackson with less than four minutes left as the Lions secured a home playoff game and helped Saskatchewan clinch a playoff berth.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
CALGARY 38, Winnipeg 25 (30897) - Henry Burris tossed five TD passes to lift Calgary. Burris, who has been hampered with a dislocated non-throwing shoulder, completed 25-of-35 passes for 401 yards.
Saskatchewan 40, HAMILTON 23 (22167) - Kerry Joseph threw for four TDs and rushed for another, while Andy Fantuz pulled down three TDs among his seven catches for 240 yards for the Roughriders.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-B Colum 11  3 1 453 300 23 X-Winnipeg   8  6 1 384 358 17
X-Saskat  10  5 0 443 353 20 X-Toronto    8  7 0 367 306 16
Calgary    7  7 1 404 442 15 X-Montreal   7  8 0 349 365 14
Edmonton   5  9 1 326 415 11 Hamilton     2 13 0 264 431  4
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 19
WINNIPEG 27, Calgary 13 (23955) - Kevin Glenn threw for 180 yards and two TDs, while Charles Roberts rushed for 154 yards and a score for Winnipeg, which is one victory away from clinching the East title.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 20
BRIT COLUMBIA 37, Edmonton 26 (37011) - Joe Smith rushed for his 18th TD, one shy of Mike Pringle's single-season record, and Jarious Jackson passed for two TDs to lead the Lions. Smith also had a 10-yard TD catch.
Toronto 16, MONTREAL 9 (44510) - Noel Prefontaine kicked three FGs for the Argos' fifth straight win, and clinched at least second in the East. Damon Duvall had two FGs for Montreal, which has lost five of its last six.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
SASKATCHEWAN 38, Hamilton 11 (28800) - Kerry Joseph ran for two TDs and passed for one to lead the Riders to their fourth straight win. He has 13 rushing TDs, one behind the record Doug Flutie set with the Lions in 1991.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-B Colum  12  3 1 490 326 25 X-Winnipeg  9  6 1 411 371 19
X-Saskatch 11  5 0 481 364 22 X-Toronto   9  7 0 383 315 18
Calgary     7  8 1 417 469 15 X-Montreal  7  9 0 358 381 14
Edmonton    5 10 1 352 452 11 Hamilton    2 14 0 275 469  4
X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 26
Brit Columbia 27, HAMILTON 19 (19322) - Jarious Jackson passed for 206 yards and two TDs as the Lions clinched first place in the West Division. The Lions had a 496-336 advantage in total yards.
Saskatchewan 36, EDMONTON 29 (OT) (40127) - Henri Childs scored his second TD of the game in overtime to lead the Roughriders, which rallied from a 15-point fourth-quarter deficit thanks to a 16-yard run by Childs.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 27
TORONTO 16, Winnipeg 8 (40116) - DE Ray Fontaine blocked a punt and forced a fumble to set up both TDs as the Argonauts won its sixth straight game and for the eighth time in nine tries to move atop the East.
Montreal 33, CALGARY 32 (29247) - Backup QB Marcus Brady passed for 260 yards and a TD as Montreal clinched a playoff spot. Starting QB Anthony Calvillo left the team to be with his wife, who was diagnosed with lymphoma.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-B Colum  13  3 1 517 345 27 X-Toronto  10  7 0 399 323 20
X-Saskatch 12  5 0 517 393 24 X-Winnipeg  9  7 1 419 387 19
X-Calgary   7  9 1 449 502 15 X-Montreal  8  9 0 391 413 16
Edmonton    5 11 1 381 488 11 Hamilton    2 15 0 294 496  4
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINETEEN
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2
WINNIPEG 20, Montreal 17 (23744) - Fred Reid rushed for 139 yards and two TDs as the Blue Bombers regained first place in the East. Troy Westwood connected on FGs of 30 and 21 yards for the Bombers.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3
Toronto 41, SASKATCHEWAN 13 (28800) - Michael Bishop tossed three TDs to help Toronto clinch the East. Toronto had won seven straight and catapulted over the Blue Bombers for the title.
HAMILTON 21, Edmonton 19 (20411) - Jo Jo Walker returned a punt 71 yards for a TD as the Ticats won the battle of the CFL's bottom dwellers. The game capped the illustrious careers of Sean Fleming and Esks LB Rob Hitchcock.
BRIT COLUMBIA 25, Calgary 24 (34242) - The Lions established a franchise record for wins, as Calgary K Sandro DeAngelis hit the upright on a 52-yard FG attempt on the final play. B.C. had won 13 games four different times.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-B Colum  14  3 1 542 369 29 Y-Toronto  11  7 0 440 336 22
X-Saskatch 12  6 0 530 434 24 X-Winnipeg 10  7 1 439 404 21
X-Calgary   7 10 1 473 527 15 X-Montreal  8 10 0 408 433 16
Edmonton    5 12 1 400 509 11 Hamilton    3 15 0 315 515  6
Y-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 11 - WINNIPEG (10-7-1) 24, Montreal (8-10) 22 (22843) - Troy Westwood kicked the winning 20-yard FG on the last play to give the Bombers the win. Montreal's fourth turnover of the game set up the kick, as the Alos finished with a losing record for the first time since they rejoined the CFL in 1996.
Nov 11 - SASKATCHEWAN (12-6) 26, Calgary (7-10-1) 24 (28800) - Kerry Joseph passed for 391 yards and a TD, while Luca Congi kicked six FGs for the Roughriders, who had their first home playoff win in 30 years in the first CFL postseason game played here since 1988.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 18 - Winnipeg (11-7-1) 19, TORONTO (11-7) 9 (33467) - The Bombers will have to win the title without starting QB Kevin Glenn, who broke his left arm in the fourth quarter. Keith Stokes returned a punt 81 yards for a TD in the third quarter for Winnipeg while Charles Roberts ran for 97 yards.
Nov 18 - Saskatchewan (13-6) 26, BRITISH COLUMBIA (14-3-1) 17 (54712) -Kerry Joseph threw two TD passes as the Roughriders scored 16 points off turnovers and advanced to the Grey Cup for the first time since 1997. The Riders recorded seven sacks, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions.
2007 Grey Cup (November 25 at Toronto - 52,230)
SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS (14-6) 23, WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (12-7-1) 19 - Their Grey Cup drought is over but it didn't come easy for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Kerry Joseph struggled with his passing accuracy, some slippery-fingered receivers and a tough Winnipeg defence, but threw a 29-yard fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Andy Fantuz that was the difference in a 23-19 victory over the Blue Bombers on Sunday night. It was only the third Grey Cup triumph in Roughriders history and their first since they defeated Hamilton in the 1989 CFL championship game, which was also played at the Rogers Centre back when it was known as the SkyDome. The Bombers, who played without star quarterback Kevin Glenn, remain without a Grey Cup since their 1990 win over Edmonton. Roughrider green dominated the grandstands, where 52,230 took in the first ever Grey Cup meeting between the rivals, and wild partying broke out as the clock ticked down on the victory. Winnipeg quarterback Ryan Dinwiddie looked overwhelmed making his first CFL start in place of Glenn, who broke an arm in the West Division final a week earlier. James Johnson, Saskatchewan's five-foot-eight cornerback, was named outstanding player of the game as he picked off a Grey Cup record three passes, running one in for a touchdown. Fantuz, a native of Chatham, Ont., was named top Canadian. It was likely the final game of Milt Stegall's stellar career though the veteran Bombers receiver wouldn't comment on his future. Dinwiddie also fumbled once and, although he completed 15 passes for 225 yards, including a spectacular 50-yard TD strike to Derick Armstrong, he could not mount sustained attacks. Luca Congi added three field goals for Saskatchewan, which made a winner of rookie head coach Kent Austin - the quarterback in the Roughriders' 1989 Cup victory. Troy Westwood had two field goals for the Bombers, whose defence also earned six points on safeties. With Glenn watching from the sidelines with his arm in a sling, it should have been an easy night for Saskatchewan. Instead, the Roughriders kept shooting themselves in the foot. In the first half alone, Yo Murphy, D.J. Flick and Michael Palmer dropped easy balls, while Joseph overthrew a wide-open Fantuz on consecutive plays. After Congi missed an early 42-yard field goal attempt, Greg Moss, who replaced injured cornerback Juran Bolden, intercepted a Joseph pass. Dinwiddie hit Stegall for a 42-yard catch to set up a 16-yard chip shot for Westwood. Two safeties later, Winnipeg was up 7-0 and the Riders were reeling. Wes Cates fumbled into the Winnipeg end zone for Bomber Ike Charlton to recover, but two plays later, Johnson picked off a Dinwiddie pass intended for Stegall and ran it in 30 yards to tie the score. The Riders added a 45-yard Congi placement before the half. Then rookie rush end John Chick, a standout on defence for the Riders, nailed Dinwiddie to force a fumble at the 10 early in the second half, although the Bomber defence limited the damage to a 17-yard Congi field goal. Momentum seemed to shift as Dinwiddie went deep and Armstrong fought off Johnson for a 50-yard TD catch to put Winnipeg up 14-13 at 4:03 of the third quarter. The excitable Dinwiddie, who calls himself a "gunslinger," jumped up and taunted the Riders by pointing at the Saskatchewan bench. But on the Bombers' next possession, Johnson answered back with another interception. Then came a key play. Joseph looked to be stopped on a third-and-one plunge at the Winnipeg 10, but a video review moved the spot up just enough for the first down. Again, Saskatchewan was limited to a field goal, but it gave them back the lead. The Bombers were still upset after the game, screaming at the officials as they left the field. Fantuz caught a pass up the middle and broke three tackles on his way to the zone 3:30 into the fourth quarter, but a third safety of the game and a 42-yard Westwood field goal cut the lead to four points with 3:37 left to play. A final Winnipeg drive ended in Johnson's third pick of the game.

















WEEK ONE
THURSDAY JUNE 28
B Columbia 24, TORONTO 22 (29157) - Joe Smith ran for two TDs in the third quarter for the Lions. In the 2nd quarter, Toronto's Bashir Levingston ran back a missed FG 129 yards for a TD, setting a CFL regular-season record.
EDMONTON 39, Winnipeg 39 (OT) (33038) - Eskimos QB Ricky Ray threw five TD passes, completing 33-of-42 passes for 394 yards and Tyler Ebell ran for 132 yards for the Eskimos, who finished with 505 yards of offense.
FRIDAY JUNE 29
Saskatchewan 16, MONTREAL 7 (20202) - Luca Congi kicked three FGs, making Kent Austin's coaching debut with the Riders a success. Montreal registered three safeties in losing its first opener since 1996.
SATURDAY JUNE 30
CALGARY 37, Hamilton 9 (29103) - Henry Burris completed 17 of 26 passes for 230 yards and two TDs, and Sandro DeAngelis kicked three FGs for Calgary. Nick Setta had three FGs for Hamilton, which trailed, 17-6, at half.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  1  0 0  24  22  2 Winnipeg    0  0 1  39  39  1
Saskatch    1  0 0  16   7  2 Montreal    0  1 0   7  16  0
Calgary     1  0 0  37   9  2 Toronto     0  1 0  22  24  0
Edmonton    0  0 1  39  39  1 Hamilton    0  1 0   9  37  0
WEEK TWO
THURSDAY JULY 5
WINNIPEG 32, Montreal 23 (29533) - Kevin Glenn passed for 298 yards and two TDs as the Blue Bombers rallied from an early deficit and became the only team in the East Division with a victory.
FRIDAY JULY 6
BRIT COLUMBIA 29, Edmonton 9 (32893) - Paul McCallum kicked five FGs and Dave Dickenson added a TD pass for the Lions. Ricky Ray completed 25-of-35 passes for 284 yards but threw three interceptions for Edmonton.
SATURDAY JULY 7
Toronto 30, HAMILTON 5 (28198) - Michael Bishop threw three TD passes as the Argonauts cruised. Tony Miles, who has caught a pass in 50 straight games, hauled in a 73-yard TD in the third to give Toronto a 21-2 advantage.
SUNDAY JULY 8
SASKATCHEWAN 49, Calgary 8 (25862) - Kerry Joseph threw for 244 yards and four TDs for the Riders, who trailed 8-7 after a quarter but would not let the Stamps to score again. The Riders scored 18 points in the 2nd quarter.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  2  0 0  53  31  4 Winnipeg    1  0 1  71  62  3
Saskatch    2  0 0  65  15  4 Toronto     1  1 0  52  29  2
Calgary     1  1 0  45  58  2 Montreal    0  2 0  30  48  0
Edmonton    0  1 1  48  68  1 Hamilton    0  2 0  14  67  0
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JULY 12
TORONTO 48, Calgary 15 (29304) - Argos QB Michael Bishop threw for 273 yards and three TDs, while the defense forced nine turnovers for Toronto, which won its seventh straight home meeting with Calgary.
FRIDAY JULY 13
Edmonton 19, WINNIPEG 15 (29533) - Ricky Ray completed 25-of-40 attempts for 214 yards and two TDs as Edmonton rallied and earned its first win of the season and just its second in nine visits to Winnipeg since 2007.
B Colum 42, SASKATCHEWAN 12 (26981) - Lions RB Joe Smith rushed for two TDs to offset the loss of QBs Dave Dickenson and Buck Pierce. The defence had six turnovers, including two interceptions by DB Ryan Phillips.
SATURDAY JULY 14
Montreal 29, HAMILTON 20 (21542) - Als QB Anthony Calvillo passed for 310 yards and three TDs and became just the fourth player in CFL history to surpass the 50,000-yard mark.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  3  0 0  95  43  6 Toronto     2  1 0 100  44  4
Saskatch    2  1 0  77  57  4 Winnipeg    1  1 1  86  81  3
Edmonton    1  1 1  67  83  3 Montreal    1  2 0  59  68  2
Calgary     1  2 0  60 106  2 Hamilton    0  3 0  34  96  0
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY JULY 19
Winnipeg 20, MONTREAL 18 (20202) - Terrence Edwards and Charles Roberts scored fourth-quarter TDs and Kevin Glenn completed 21-of-24 attempts for 258 yards and a TD as the Blue Bombers rallied for the win.
BRIT COLUMBIA 22, Hamilton 18 (29045) - Lions QB Jarious Jackson scored from 1 yard out in the fourth for the win. Jesse Lumsden ran for 158 yards for the Ticats, the first 100-yard game against BC since October  2005.
FRIDAY JULY 20
EDMONTON 21, Saskatchewan 20 (46704) - The Esks relied on Ricky Ray to overcome a 19-point halftime deficit, as the QB went 31-of-44 for 349 yards and a TD. Jason Armstead had a 90-yard punt return for a TD for the Riders.
SATURDAY JULY 21
CALGARY 33, Toronto 10 (28202) - QB Henry Burris threw a pair of TD passes to fuel the Stampeders into a tie for third place in the West. RB Joffrey Reynolds finished with 102 rushing yards and one TD.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  4  0 0 117  61  8 Winnipeg    2  1 1 106  99  5
Edmonton    2  1 1  88 103  5 Toronto     2  2 0 110  77  4
Saskatch    2  2 0  97  78  4 Montreal    1  3 0  77  88  2
Calgary     2  2 0  93 116  4 Hamilton    0  4 0  52 118  0
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY JULY 26
Montreal 26, TORONTO 13 (31097) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 120 yards and a TD as the Als posted their second straight win. Jarrett Payton ran for 83 yards for Montreal, which forced two turnovers and recorded five sacks.
FRIDAY JULY 27
WINNIPEG 36, Hamilton 18 (29533) - Milt Stegall set a new CFL record with his 138th career TD as the Bombers coasted. Stegall broke the record in the second quarter, when he caught an one-yard TD pass from Kevin Glenn.
SATURDAY JULY 28
Brit Columbia 32, CALGARY 27 (28564) - Third-string QB Jarious Jackson came off the bench to throw two TDs and spark the undefeated Lions, while Calgary QB Henry Burris completed 22 of 44 pass attempts for 423 yards.
SASKATCHEWAN 54, Edmonton 14 (26840) - Kerry Joseph scored four total TDs as the Riders cruised. Joseph completed 12-of-20 passes for 162 yards and two TDs and added 63 rushing yards and two more TDs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  5  0 0 149  88 10 Winnipeg    3  1 1 142 117  7
Saskatch    3  2 0 151  92  6 Toronto     2  3 0 123 103  4
Edmonton    2  2 1 102 157  5 Montreal    2  3 0 103 101  4
Calgary     2  3 0 120 148  4 Hamilton    0  5 0  70 154  0
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY AUGUST 2
MONTREAL 29, Toronto 27 (20202) - Montreal's Ben Cahoon kicked a 22-yard FG in OT after K Damon Duval was ejected. Toronto's Dominique Dorsey returned a missed FG 129 yards for a TD to tie a CFL record.
Saskatchewan 21, B COLUMBIA 9 (31858) - Kerry Joseph threw for one TD and ran for another to lead the Riders. Joseph completed 20-of-33 passes for 261 yards Saskatchewan moved within two points of B.C. for first place.
FRIDAY AUGUST 3
HAMILTON 43, Winnipeg 22 (24201) - Jason Maas threw for three TDs as the Ticats picked up their first win. Hamilton's Jesse Lumsden celebrated his 25th birthday with TD runs of 69 and 75 yards, finishing with 211 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 4
Calgary 34, EDMONTON 32 (32644) - Sandro DeAngelis kicked a 34-yard FG as time expired to propel the Stampeders to the win. His fourth FG of the contest came after Edmonton had taken a 32-31 lead with 1:38 remaining.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  5  1 0 158 109 10 Winnipeg    3  2 1 164 160  7
Saskatch    4  2 0 172 101  8 Montreal    3  3 0 132 128  6
Calgary     3  3 0 154 180  6 Toronto     2  4 0 150 132  4
Edmonton    2  3 1 134 191  5 Hamilton    1  5 0 113 176  2
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY AUGUST 9
MONTREAL 30, Calgary 18 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo threw two TD passes
and moved into second place on the all-time completion list, and Jarrett Payton ran for 141 yards for Montreal, which extended its win streak to three.
FRIDAY AUGUST 10
Saskatchewan 24, TORONTO 13 (34234) - Kerry Joseph threw for one score and ran for another as the Roughriders remained tied atop the West Division with the Lions. Rocky Butler was 23-of-32 for 303 yards for the Argonauts.
Winnipeg 22, BRIT COLUMBIA 21 (31525) - Rob Pikula kicked two FGs as the Bombers scored 12 unanswered points in the fourth. B.C. failed in a last-ditch effort when QB Buck Pierce threw a third-down incompletion.
SATURDAY AUGUST 11
EDMONTON 19, Hamilton 17 (35750) - Esks QB Ricky Ray threw for two TDs and Sean Fleming added a FG and two singles to end a two-game slide. Nick Setta booted a 27-yard FG with 2:02 to go, drawing Hamilton within two.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
B Columbia  5  2 0 179 131 10 Winnipeg    4  2 1 186 181  9
Saskatch    5  2 0 196 114 10 Montreal    4  3 0 162 146  8
Edmonton    3  3 1 153 208  7 Toronto     2  5 0 163 156  4
Calgary     3  4 0 172 210  6 Hamilton    1  6 0 130 195  2
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY AUGUST 17
CALGARY 45, British Columbia 45 (OT) (30826) - Henry Burris accounted for six TDs, including a 15-yard scoring pass to Joffrey Reynolds in OT, as the Stamp played the Lions to a tie. Burris had a pair of one-yard rushing TDs.
SATURDAY AUGUST 18
SASKATCHEWAN 39, Edmonton 32 (28800) - Kerry Joseph accounted for three total TDs as the Riders won their fourth straight. Joseph passed for 343 yards and two TDs, while Edmonton QB Ricky Ray threw for 361 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  2 0 235 146 12 Winnipeg    4  2 1 186 181  9
B Columbia  5  2 1 224 176 11 Montreal    4  3 0 162 146  8
Edmonton    3  4 1 185 247  7 Toronto     2  5 0 163 156  4
Calgary     3  4 1 217 255  7 Hamilton    1  6 0 130 195  2
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY AUGUST 24
WINNIPEG 15, Toronto 13 (29533) - Kevin Glenn threw for 299 yards, Charles Roberts rushed for 108 yards and a TD and Rob Pikula kicked the game-winning field goal with seven seconds remaining for Winnipeg.
SATURDAY AUGUST 25
MONTREAL 27, Hamilton 9 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo tied a season high with 354 yards passing and Damon Duval kicked three FGs as Montreal rolled. Jay Maas threw for 141 yards and Nick Setta kicked three FGs for Hamilton.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  2 0 235 146 12 Winnipeg    5  2 1 201 194 11
B Columbia  5  2 1 224 176 11 Montreal    5  3 0 189 155 10
Edmonton    3  4 1 185 247  7 Toronto     2  6 0 176 171  4
Calgary     3  4 1 217 255  7 Hamilton    1  7 0 139 222  2
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY AUGUST 31
BRIT COLUMBIA 46, Montreal 14 (32115) - Joe Smith ran for 161 yards and scored two TDs as the Lions scored 17 unanswered points in the second. Against the CFL's second-ranked rush defense, BC ran for 275 yards.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2
SASKATCHEWAN 31, Winnipeg 26 (28800) - Kerry Joseph's 27-yard TD dash with six seconds left propelled the Riders. Joseph ran a draw play, squirting through the middle and scampering untouched to the end zone.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Toronto 32, HAMILTON 14 (28644) - Michael Bishop was picked off early by Zeke Moreno, who returned it for a TD, then settled down and threw TD passes to Obed Cetoute and Frank Murphy to highlight a 28-0 Toronto run.
CALGARY 35, Edmonton 24 (35650) - QB Henry Burris tossed four TD passes to lift the Stamps in the annual Labor Day Classic. Burris tossed two TD apiece to Ryan Thelwell and Ken-Yon Rambo.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    7  2 0 266 172 14 Winnipeg    5  3 1 227 225 11
B Columbia  6  2 1 270 190 13 Montreal    5  4 0 203 201 10
Calgary     4  4 1 252 279  9 Toronto     3  6 0 208 185  6
Edmonton    3  5 1 209 282  7 Hamilton    1  8 0 153 254  2
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7
Calgary 20, EDMONTON 17 (42329) - Henry Burris hit Jermaine Copeland for a go-ahead TD in the third quarter, while Ricky Ray completed 27-of-42 passes for 365 yards and one TD for the Eskimos, who have lost five of six.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8
TORONTO 35, Hamilton 22 (28279) - Michael Bishop threw for two TDs and Khalil Carter had an interception return for a TD as Toronto beat the Ticats for the 9th straight time in the regular season and 16-1-1 in the last 18 games.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9
MONTREAL 32, Brit Columbia 14 (20202) - Jarrett Payton rushed for 119 yards and scored three TDs as the Alouettes won for only the second time in their last 10 meetings against the Lions.
WINNIPEG 34, Saskatchewan 15 (29783) - Charles Roberts rushed for three TDs to lead Winnipeg in a battle of first-place teams. The Bombers jumped on top in the first half, carrying a 24-8 advantage into the break.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    7  3 0 281 206 14 Winnipeg    6  3 1 261 240 13
B Columbia  6  3 1 284 222 13 Montreal    6  4 0 235 215 12
Calgary     5  4 1 272 296 11 Toronto     4  6 0 243 207  8
NOTE: League changes name to NFL Europa. The league folded at the end of the season
WEEK ONE
SATURDAY APRIL 14
FRANKFURT 30, Amsterdam 14 (38125) - After two quarters that ended with the score knotted at 14-14, the Galaxy shut out the Admirals in the second half, as J.T. O'Sullivan (Chicago) threw for 195 yards and two TDs.
Cologne 24, HAMBURG 18 (20887) - Derrick Ross rushed for 119 yards on 30 carries to lead the Centurions to their third straight opening-day victory. Ross scored on a 16-yard run and also added three receptions for 25 yards.
Berlin 15, RHEIN 3 (30355) - Travis Lulay led the way as the Thunder opened with a victory for the fourth year in a row.  Lulay threw for 189 yards and put the game out of reach with a spectacular 61-yard TD run late in the fourth.
Frankfurt      1  0 0  30  14 Hamburg        0  1 0  18  24
Berlin         1  0 0  15   3 Rhein          0  1 0   3  15
Cologne        1  0 0  24  18 Amsterdam      0  1 0  14  30
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY APRIL 20
Rhein 16, AMSTERDAM 10 (14611) - Connor Hughes kicked three FGs for the Fire, while RB Taurean Henderson scored a crucial second half touchdown. And the Fire defense held the Admirals to just 137 yards.
SATURDAY APRIL 21
Frankfurt 18, COLOGNE 13 (16422) - J.T. O'Sullivan threw one TD for the Galaxy, while K Rhys Lloyd hit a 56-yard FG, tying the league record set by Danny Kight, of the Rhein Fire, against the Barcelona Dragons in 2000.
SUNDAY APRIL 22
Hamburg 16, BERLIN 7 (30657) - Shane Andrus kicked three FGs as the Sea Devils sent home the largest crowd in Thunder history disappointed. Jermain Allen added a 4-yard run for the only Hamburg TD.
Frankfurt      2  0 0  48  27 Hamburg        1  1 0  34  31
Berlin         1  1 0  22  19 Rhein          1  1 0  19  25
Cologne        1  1 0  37  36 Amsterdam      0  2 0  24  46
WEEK THREE
SATURDAY APRIL 28
Amsterdam 14, BERLIN 10 (11942) - Drew Olson fired a game-winning 6-yard TD pass to Japanese wide receiver Noriaki Kinoshita with 53 seconds remaining to guide the Admirals to their first victory of the 2007 season.
FRANKFURT 20, Hamburg 17 (29091) - Charles Anthony rushed for 93 yards and a TD and Aaron Hosack caught a 65-yard TD pass to lead the Galaxy to their third straight win.
Cologne 14, RHEIN 6 (21347) - Cologne held the Fire to 169 yards total offense, while the defense didn't allow a touchdown and scored one, when safety Chris Reis returned an interception 21 yards for a touchdown.
Frankfurt      3  0 0  68  44 Hamburg        1  2 0  51  51
Cologne        2  1 0  51  42 Rhein          1  2 0  25  39
Berlin         1  2 0  32  33 Amsterdam      1  2 0  38  56
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MAY 5
Berlin 31, COLOGNE 28 (10084) - Cologne scored three TDs in the opening 16 minutes but the Thunder stormed back to outscore the Centurions 31-7 over the final 44 minutes to even the record of both teams at 2-2.
SUNDAY MAY 6
AMSTERDAM 19, Frankfurt 17 (19788) - Drew Olson threw two TD passes to lead the Admirals, who led 19-0 at halftime, and got an 18-yard touchdown run from Jonathan Smith. Olson completed 16 of 32 passes for 200 yards.
HAMBURG 34, Rhein 9 (19347) - Washington-allocated QB Casey Bramlet threw for 220 yards and three TDs to lead the Sea Devils to an easy win and even their record at 2-2.
Frankfurt      3  1 0  85  63 Hamburg        2  2 0  85  60
Cologne        2  2 0  79  73 Amsterdam      2  2 0  57  73
Berlin         2  2 0  63  61 Rhein          1  3 0  34  73
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY MAY 12
HAMBURG 24, Amsterdam 17 (15271) - The QBs were keeping it in the family, as Casey Bramlet (185 yards, 2 TDs) out-performed brother Corey (200 yards, 1 TD) and Hamburg built a 17-0 lead tand went on to win.
RHEIN 27, Frankfurt 24 (27349) - Taurean Henderson ran for two scores and Cody Pickett threw a TD pass to lead the Fire. Chris Laskowski scored on a 62-yard run on a fake punt for Frankfurt.
SUNDAY MAY 13
Cologne 24, BERLIN 10 (11995) - Erik Meyer threw for three TDs to lead the Centurions. He completed 9-of-12 passes for 125 yards and was supported by a strong run game led by Derrick Ross, who ran 25 times for 143 yards.
Frankfurt      3  2 0 109  90 Berlin         2  3 0  73  85
Cologne        3  2 0 103  83 Amsterdam      2  3 0  74  97
Hamburg        3  2 0 109  77 Rhein          2  3 0  61  97
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY MAY 18
AMSTERDAM 41, Hamburg 31 (9384) - RB Jonathan Smith scored a league record-tying four TDs to help the Admirals improve to 3-3, while  supported by Baltimore-allocated QB Drew Olson, who threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns
SATURDAY MAY 19
COLOGNE 20, Rhein 17 (22154) - Nick Novak converted a 49-yard field goal with 3:38 remaining to help the Cologne Centurions overcome a 17-3 third quarter deficit to defeat their local rivals and retain the Rhein Cup.
SUNDAY MAY 20
FRANKFURT 35, Berlin 7 (30125) - RBs Charles Anthony and Sha-ron Edwards combined to rush for 185 yards and three TDs as the Galaxy snapped a two-game losing streak.
Frankfurt      4  2 0 144  97 Amsterdam      3  3 0 115 128
Cologne        4  2 0 123 100 Berlin         2  4 0  80 120
Hamburg        3  3 0 140 118 Rhein          2  4 0  78 117
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY MAY 25
Cologne 30, AMSTERDAM 7 (11714) - Erik Meyer threw two TDs and the Centurions won their fourth straight on the road. Meyer completed 13 of 15 passes for 193 yards.
SATURDAY MAY 26
HAMBURG 17, Berlin 7 (18337) - Casey Bramlet threw a 78-yard TD pass to WR Josh Davis on the opening play of the fourth to help Hamburg rally after they trailed 7-3 after three quarters.
FRANKFURT 23, Rhein 10 (32789) - Galaxy QB J.T. O'Sullivan threw for 299 yards and two TDs. He found James Petrowski on a 24-yard scoring play with 2:55 left to clinch the win.
Frankfurt      5  2 0 167 107 Amsterdam      3  4 0 122 158
Cologne        5  2 0 153 107 Berlin         2  5 0  87 137
Hamburg        4  3 0 157 125 Rhein          2  5 0  88 140
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY JUNE 2
Hamburg 21, COLOGNE 7 (10221) - Former Texans starter Tony Hollings had second-half TD runs 15 and 6 yards to lead Hamburg. A.J. Harris had a 54-yard touchdown run for Cologne.
Frankfurt 25, BERLIN 22 (11882) - J.T. O'Sullivan threw three fourth-quarter TDs as the Galaxy overcame a 19-point deficit. He passed for a season-high 333 yards and tossed a 26-yard TD to Robert Ortiz with 1:39 to go for the win.
SUNDAY JUNE 3
RHEIN 41, Amsterdam 38 (20355) - DBs Andrew Pace and Carlos Hendricks returned interceptions for TDs to lead the Fire. Cody Pickett threw for 248 yards and a touchdown for the Fire.
Frankfurt      6  2 0 192 129 Amsterdam      3  5 0 160 199
Cologne        5  3 0 160 128 Rhein          3  5 0 129 178
Hamburg        5  3 0 178 132 Berlin         2  6 0 109 162
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY JUNE 8
Rhein 24, BERLIN 17 (12114) - Cody Pickett threw two first-half TD passes to lead the Fire. Pickett found wide receiver Marvin Allen for a 19-yard TD and running back Charles Anthony for a 45-yard score.
SATURDAY JUNE 9
COLOGNE 31, Amsterdam 13 (12878) - Erik Meyer threw for 287 yards and three TDs as the Centurions remained tied for first place with Frankfurt and Hamburg. Japanese WR Noriaki Kinoshita returned a punt 86 yards for a TD.
HAMBURG 36, Frankfurt 31 (30528) - QB Casey Bramlet accounted for three TDs as Hamburg rallied. He went 21-of-33 for 267 yards with two TD passes, including the go-ahead TD to Marcus Maxwell with 48 seconds left.
Frankfurt      6  3 0 223 165 Rhein          4  5 0 153 195
Cologne        6  3 0 191 141 Amsterdam      3  6 0 173 230
Hamburg        6  3 0 214 163 Berlin         2  7 0 126 186
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY JUNE 15
AMSTERDAM 21, Berlin 20 (11893) - Drew Olson's 22-yard TD pass to Justin McCullum on 4th down with 2:26 to go was a winner for Amsterdam. Berlin's Chris Thompson returned 101 yards for a TD - a league record.
SATURDAY JUNE 16
FRANKFURT 31, Cologne 14 (35087) - J.T. O'Sullivan and Kevin Eakin combined for 286 passing yards and three TDs as the Galaxy clinched their record eighth World Bowl appearance.
Hamburg 17, RHEIN 13 (22980) - The Sea Devils have qualified for the World Bowl for the first time. Casey Bramlet passed for 209 yards and a TD, while Barry Robertson recovered a fumble by Sean Mulcahy late to clinch the win.
X-Frankfurt    7  3 0 254 179 Rhein          4  6 0 166 212
X-Hamburg      7  3 0 231 176 Amsterdam      4  6 0 194 250
Cologne        6  4 0 205 172 Berlin         2  8 0 146 207
X-Clinched World Bowl berth
WORLD BOWL 2007 (Saturday June 23 at Frankfurt - 48,125)
HAMBURG SEA DEVILS (7-3) 37, FRANKFURT GALAXY (7-3) 28 - Casey Bramlet helped the Hamburg Sea Devils win their first World Bowl, as he passed for 347 yards and a World Bowl record four TDs. Bramlet, who completed 20-of-27 passes, won the game's Most Valuable Player award. After throwing a pair of touchdowns in the opening quarter, Bramlet connected with Josh Davis on a 51-yard touchdown pass to give Hamburg a 30-21 lead with 4:27 remaining in the third quarter. The Galaxy responded with a nine-play, 46-yard drive, capped by Sha-ron Edwards' two-yard touchdown rush on the last play of the third quarter to close the gap to 30-28. The Sea Devils scored the final points of the game with 10:55 left on a 10-yard scoring strike from Bramlet to Marcus Maxwell, who finished with five receptions for 127 yards and two scores. Frankfurt quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan was intercepted by Hamburg safety John Walker with 1:34 remaining to seal the game.
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ULTIMATE INDOOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The UIFL was a breakaway from the NIFL. Both were proposed as 8-team leagues, with plans to start in spring 2007. The leagues merged in the fall of 2006. Only two teams had publicly announced their entry to the league. The Arkansas Stars, a team that played their inaugural season in the NIFL, later announced that the UIFL had separated from the merger and was planning to play in 2007. The other team, the Conroe Storm, moved to the APFL. According to the defunct UIFL website, seven teams committed to play, with more to come.