WEEK ONE
THURSDAY JUNE 26
CALGARY 28, B. Columbia 18 (30159) - QB Henry Burris had three total TDs to help Calgary win the opener. Burris had two passing TDs and ran for one as he racked up 274 yards through the air and another 62 yards rushing.
Montreal 33, HAMILTON 10 (20589) - Montreal QB Anthony Calvillo threw for two TDs and 293 yards. He moved him into second on the CFL passing list with 53,343 yards over his 15-year career in coach Marc Trestman's debut.
FRIDAY JUNE 27
Toronto 23, WINNIPEG 16 (26155) - Former NFL kicker Mike Vanderjagt kicked a pair of fourth-quarter FGs to lead the Argos. Kevin Glenn completed 32-of-48 passes for 321 yards for Winnipeg, but was intercepted three times.
SATURDAY JUNE 28
SASKATCHEWAN 34, Edmonton 13 (28800) - Marcus Crandel threw a pair of scores and Wes Cates rushed for two TDs as the defending Grey Cup champss opened their season with a thrashing of the Eskimos.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    1  0 0  34  13  2 Montreal    1  0 0  33  10  2
Calgary     1  0 0  28  18  2 Toronto     1  0 0  23  16  2
Brit Col    0  1 0  18  28  0 Winnipeg    0  1 0  16  23  0
Edmonton    0  1 0  13  34  0 Hamilton    0  1 0  10  33  0
WEEK TWO
THURSDAY JULY 3
EDMONTON 34, Calgary 31 (32706) - Ricky Ray hit Jason Tucker on a 36-yard TD with 55 seconds left to play and completed 27-of-41 passes for 448 yards and three TDs to help the Eskimos snap a seven-game losing streak.
Hamilton 32, TORONTO 13 (30822) - Casey Printers and Jesse Lumsden each ran for a pair of TDs as the Ticats rushed for 311 yards. Lumsden ran for 189 yards, capping the blowout with a 57-yard fourth-quarter jaunt.
FRIDAY JULY 4
Saskatchewan 26, BRIT COL 16 (33813) - Wes Cates ran for 83 yards on 16 carries and scored a TD to lead a Riders' rushing attack that racked up 128 total yards. The Lions had six sacks in the game, four by Cameron Wake.
MONTREAL 38, Winnipeg 24 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo tossed four TD passes as the Alouettes won their home opener. Ben Cahoon's four-yard TD was his 55th career TD reception, breaking Peter Dalla Riva's team record.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    2  0 0  60  29  4 Montreal    2  0 0  71  34  4
Calgary     1  1 0  59  52  2 Toronto     1  1 0  36  48  2
Edmonton    1  1 0  47  65  2 Hamilton    1  1 0  42  46  2
Brit Col    0  2 0  34  54  0 Winnipeg    0  2 0  40  61  0
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JULY 10
EDMONTON 47, Toronto 28 (31707) - Tristan Jackson scored TDs 86 seconds apart early in the third quarter as the Eskimos scored 31 second-half points en route to its first win over Toronto since 2005.
Calgary 23, MONTREAL 19 (20202) - Henry Burris passed for 302 yards and ran for another 93 as the Stamps rallied. Sandro DeAngelis gave Calgary the lead for good with 5:27 remaining in the third, booting a 32-yard FG.
FRIDAY JULY 11
Brit Columbia 42, WINNIPEG 24 (26735) - Jarious Jackson tossed five TD passes to lead the Lions over winless Winnipeg. Jackson completed 19-of-24 passes for 340 yards and Geroy Simon caught two TDs.
SATURDAY JULY 12
Saskatchewan 33, HAMILTON 28 (20874) - Wes Cates found the end zone from one yard out with 29 seconds remaining for the Roughriders, who extended their winning streak over the Tiger-Cats to nine games.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    3  0 0  93  57  6 Montreal    2  1 0  90  57  4
Calgary     2  1 0  82  71  4 Toronto     1  2 0  64  95  2
Edmonton    2  1 0  94  93  4 Hamilton    1  2 0  70  79  2
Brit Col    1  2 0  76  78  2 Winnipeg    0  3 0  64 103  0
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY JULY 17
CALGARY 43, Hamilton 16 (31116) - Joffrey Reynolds scored three TDs and Henry Burris passed for 345 yards to lead Calgary. Hamilton QB Casey Printers threw for 209 yards and ran for a TD, but threw two interceptions.
FRIDAY JULY 18
BRIT COLUMBIA 27, Winnipeg 18 (37174) - Jarious Jackson threw for more than 300 yards in the second half  to lead the Lions to a comeback win on an evening that honoured the memory of team president Bob Ackles.
SATURDAY JULY 19
SASKATCHEWAN 41, Montreal 33 (28800) - Darian Durant threw for three TDs and ran for another score as the Roughriders racked up 514 yards of total offense and scored 19 points the final period.
SUNDAY JULY 20
TORONTO 35, Edmonton 31 (28522) - Kerry Joseph scored the game-winning TD with 23 seconds left, capping a 109-yard drive as Toronto rallied for an improbable victory, as they trailed by as many as 13 points early.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    4  0 0 134  90  8 Montreal    2  2 0 123  98  4
Calgary     3  1 0 125  87  6 Toronto     2  2 0  99 126  4
Edmonton    2  2 0 125 128  4 Hamilton    1  3 0  86 122  2
Brit Col    2  2 0 103  96  4 Winnipeg    0  4 0  82 130  0
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY JULY 24
WINNIPEG 32, Calgary 28 (26882) - Ryan Dinwiddie completed a 35-yard TD pass to Romby Bryant with 12 seconds remaining for Winnipeg's first win. The score capped a fantastic performance as Dinwiddie threw for 450 yards.
FRIDAY JULY 25
BRIT COLUMBIA 36, Montreal 34 (30132) - Paul McCallum's 36-yard FG with 27 seconds remaining lifted the Lions to their eighth consecutive win over the Als. McCallum converted all five of his FGs, racking up 17 total points.
Edmonton 19, HAMILTON 13 (21402) - Ricky Ray threw the go-ahead TD pass to Kelly Campbell, and Noel Prefontaine kicked four field goals for the Eskimos, who outscored the Tiger-Cats 13-7 in the final period.
SUNDAY JULY 27
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Toronto 22 (28800) - Wes Cates ran for 130 yards and two TDs, while backup QB Steven Jyles completed 14-of-18 passes for 201 yards and a TD for the Roughriders, who are off to their best start since 1934.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    5  0 0 162 112 10 Montreal    2  3 0 157 134  4
Calgary     3  2 0 153 119  6 Toronto     2  3 0 121 154  4
Edmonton    3  2 0 144 141  6 Hamilton    1  4 0  99 141  2
Brit Col    3  2 0 139 128  6 Winnipeg    1  4 0 112 158  2
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY JULY 31
EDMONTON 35, British Col 24 (35008) - Ricky Ray accounted for four TDs and the Eskimos stormed back in the fourth for the win. Ray threw for a pair of TD passes and ran for two more as Edmonton scored the final 25 points.
MONTREAL 40, Hamilton 33 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo became the fourth quarterback in CFL history to throw 300 career TD passes to help Montreal (3-3) snap a three-game losing streak.
FRIDAY AUGUST 1
TORONTO 19, Winnipeg 11 (28523) - Dominque Dorsey's 94-yard punt return for a TD led the Argonauts, who moved into a first-place tie with Montreal (3-3) in the East Division.
SATURDAY AUGUST 2
Saskatchewan 22, CALGARY 21 (35650) - The Roughriders nearly gave away a 14-point halftime lead but held on, as Sandro DeAngelis missed a 54-yard FG with no time remaining on the clock for the Stampeders.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  0 0 184 133 12 Montreal    3  3 0 197 167  6
Edmonton    4  2 0 179 165  8 Toronto     3  3 0 140 165  6
Calgary     3  3 0 174 141  6 Hamilton    1  5 0 132 181  2
Brit Col    3  3 0 163 163  6 Winnipeg    1  5 0 123 177  2
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY AUGUST 7
Calgary 30, SASKATCHEWAN 25 (28800) - Henry Burris ran for one TD and threw for one as the Stamps opened a big lead and held on. After trailing 4-0, Calgary scored 30 unanswered points to carry a 26-point lead into the fourth.
HAMILTON 45, Toronto 21 (19423) - Richie Williams threw three TD passes and Terry Caulley ran for 127 yards as Hamilton posted its highest offensive output since a 65-15 victory over Winnipeg in September 1999.
FRIDAY AUGUST 8
BRITISH COL 40, Edmonton 34 (30863) - Jarious Jackson threw three TD passes as the Lions put up 28 points in the first half and held on. The difference proved to be Rolly Lumbala's one-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Montreal 39, WINNIPEG 11 (27674) - Damon Duval booted six FGs and Anthony Calvillo threw for 290 yards and a TD as Montreal cruised. Derick Armstrong hauled in nine passes for 112 yards and a score for Winnipeg.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  1 0 209 163 12 Montreal    4  3 0 236 178  8
Edmonton    4  3 0 213 205  8 Toronto     3  4 0 161 210  6
Calgary     4  3 0 204 166  8 Hamilton    2  5 0 177 202  4
Brit Col    4  3 0 203 197  8 Winnipeg    1  6 0 134 216  2
WEEK EIGHT
THURSDAY AUGUST 14
WINNIPEG 37, Hamilton 24 (25484) - Charles Roberts ran for 145 yards and two TDs as Winnipeg snapped a two-game skid. Roberts eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the first time this season, and had seven catches for 37 yards.
FRIDAY AUGUST 15
Montreal 32, TORONTO 14 (30521) - Anthony Calvillo threw three TDs to lead Montreal. He completed 27-of-41 passes for 379 yards for the Alouettes, who have won three straight to move atop the East Division standings.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  1 0 209 163 12 Montreal    5  3 0 268 192 10
Edmonton    4  3 0 213 205  8 Toronto     3  5 0 175 242  6
Calgary     4  3 0 204 166  8 Hamilton    2  6 0 201 239  4
Brit Col    4  3 0 203 197  8 Winnipeg    2  6 0 171 240  4
WEEK NINE
THURSDAY AUGUST 21
EDMONTON 27, Saskatchewan 10 (48808) - A.J. Harris rushed for 189 yards and a TD propelling Edmonton scored 27 straight points after the Riders stormed out to a 10-0 lead midway through the opening quarter.
FRIDAY AUGUST 22
Calgary 36, BRIT COLUMBIA 29 (34221) - Henry Burris' TD pass with three minutes remaining lifted Calgary to the win. He threw for 282 yards and two TDs for the Stamps, who had lost seven straight road games to the Lions.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    6  2 0 219 190 12 Montreal    5  3 0 268 192 10
Edmonton    5  3 0 240 215 10 Toronto     3  5 0 175 242  6
Calgary     5  3 0 240 195 10 Hamilton    2  6 0 201 239  4
Brit Col    4  4 0 232 233  8 Winnipeg    2  6 0 171 240  4
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY AUGUST 29
MONTREAL 30, British Col 25 (20202) - Adrian McPherson's one-yard TD run with 1:24 remaining in the fourth quarter led the Alouettes to their fourth straight win. Lions QB Buck Pierce was 38-of-48 for 406 yards with two TDs.
SUNDAY AUGUST 31
SASKATCHEWAN 19, Winnipeg 6 (30985) - Michael Bishop, acquired in a trade with the Argonauts on August 23, rushed for a go-ahead TD in the second quarter as the Roughriders snapped a two-game losing streak.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1
Edmonton 37, CALGARY 16 (35650) - Ricky Ray tossed three TD passes, including two to Fred Stamps, to lead the Eskimos, while  A.J. Harris ran for nine-yard score and Noel Prefontaine kicked a pair of FGs and a single.
TORONTO 34, Hamilton 31 (25911) - Kerry Joseph passed for 399 yards and a TD to lift the Argos to the win, as Bryan Crawford scored the go-ahead TD from one yard out at 6:57 of the fourth and Mike Vanderjagt kicked four FGs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    7  2 0 238 196 14 Montreal    6  3 0 298 217 12
Edmonton    6  3 0 277 231 12 Toronto     4  5 0 209 273  8
Calgary     5  4 0 256 232 10 Hamilton    2  7 0 232 273  4
Brit Col    4  5 0 257 263  8 Winnipeg    2  7 0 177 259  4
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5
Calgary 38, EDMONTON 33 (46014) - Henry Burris threw three TDs as the Stamps held on to split the home-and-home series. Burris fumbled the first snap of the game and it was returned 25 yards for a TD by Shannon Garrett.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6
Brit Columbia 35, HAMILTON 12 (18723) - Buck Pierce threw for one TD and ran for another to lead the Lions, as he finished 29-of-37 for 364 yards with one interception for BC. Jamall Johnson had an interception return for a TD.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7
MONTREAL 45, Toronto 19 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo passed for three TDs and ran for another TD for Montreal. He completed 36-of-49 passes for 369 yards and moved past Matt Dunigan into third on the all-time TD passing list.
Saskatchewan 34, WINNIPEG 31 (29770) - Luca Congi capped a 17-point Rider comeback with a 29-yard FG as time expired, while QB Michael Bishop completed 24-of-30 for 370 yards and three TDs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    8  2 0 272 227 16 Montreal    7  3 0 343 236 14
Edmonton    6  4 0 310 269 12 Toronto     4  6 0 228 318  8
Calgary     6  4 0 294 265 12 Hamilton    2  8 0 244 308  4
Brit Col    5  5 0 292 275 10 Winnipeg    2  8 0 208 293  4
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12
CALGARY 41, Montreal 30 (30960) - Henry Burris threw five TD passes as Calgary opened up a big lead. Montreal had its five-game winning streak snapped despite erupting for 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Winnipeg 39, TORONTO 9 (28453) - Winnipeg's Milt Stegall became the CFL's leader in receiving yards. Stegall pulled even with Allen Pitts at 14,891 career yards, then pulled ahead with a 92-yard TD strike that made it 28-3.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13
BRIT COL 28, Saskatchewan 23 (38608) - Buck Pierce tossed fourth-quarter TD passes to Paris Jackson and Geroy Simon to propel the Lions to the win, while the Riders dropped their third consecutive decision to a division foe.
EDMONTON 38, Hamilton 33 (37500) - Calvin McCarty ran for a 21-yard TD with 59 seconds remaining to give Edmonton the win in a wild contest in which three interceptions were returned for scores.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    8  3 0 295 255 16 Montreal    7  4 0 373 277 14
Edmonton    7  4 0 348 302 14 Toronto     4  7 0 237 357  8
Calgary     7  4 0 345 295 14 Winnipeg    3  8 0 247 302  6
Brit Col    6  5 0 320 298 12 Hamilton    2  9 0 277 346  4
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19
Winnipeg 25, HAMILTON 23 (19102) - Winnipeg QB Kevin Glenn threw for 368 yards and two TDs, connecting with Terrence Edwards and Derick Armstrong on TD passes of 19 and 63 yards, respectively.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20
CALGARY 34, Toronto 4 (33135) - Henry Burris threw a pair of TD passes as the Stampeders put forth a stellar defensive effort en route to the win. Toronto fell to 0-2 under new coach Don Matthews.
Brit Col 27, SASKATCHEWAN 21 (30945) - Paul McCallum kicked six FGs as the Lions took advantage of eight turnovers. Prior to the game, Hall-of-Famer Ron Lancaster was honored with a moment of silence. He died Thursday.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21
MONTREAL 40, Edmonton 4 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 414 yards and two TDs to lead Montreal, which leads the East by four games. The Eskimos committed five turnovers to fall into third place in the West Division.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Saskatch    8  4 0 316 282 16 Montreal    8  4 0 413 281 16
Calgary     8  4 0 379 298 16 Toronto     4  8 0 240 391  8
Edmonton    7  5 0 352 342 14 Winnipeg    4  8 0 272 325  8
Brit Col    7  5 0 347 319 14 Hamilton    2 10 0 300 371  4
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26
WINNIPEG 30, Edmonton 23 (29794) - Bombers RB Fred Reid had a 4-yard TD run with just over a minute to go for the win. Esks QB Ricky Ray threw two TDs, including the 145th of his career to break Warren Moon's club record.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27
BRITISH COL 40, Hamilton 10 (31161) - Buck Pierce threw three TD passes as the Lions cruised. Two of his scoring tosses went to Geory Simon, who eclipsed 1,000 receiving yards for the sixth straight season.
Calgary 44, TORONTO 16 (28672) - The Stampeders scored 23 points in the second half and posted their first win at Rogers Centre since 2000, a seven-game skid. Toronto has been outscored, 162-48, during its four-game skid.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28
MONTREAL 37, Saskatchewan 12 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo threw three TDs as the Alouettes clinched a playoff spot for the 13th straight year. Avon Cobourne ran for 125 yards on 17 carries and scored from two yards out.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     9  4 0 423 314 18 *-Montreal  9  4 0 450 293 18
Saskatch    8  5 0 328 319 16 Winnipeg    5  8 0 302 348 10
Brit Col    8  5 0 387 329 16 Toronto     4  9 0 256 435  8
Edmonton    7  6 0 375 372 14 Hamilton    2 11 0 310 411  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 3
SASKATCHEWAN 37, Calgary 34 (30945) - Michael Bishop threw for 242 yards and one TD to lead the Roughriders, who forged a three-way tie atop the West Division along with the B.C. Lions and Stampeders.
Brit Columbia 24, TORONTO 20 (28273) - Buck Pierce threw two TD passes as the Lions clinched a playoff berth. Charles Roberts added a one-yard TD run for the Lions, while Calgary clinched a playoff berth with Toronto's loss.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
HAMILTON 44, Montreal 38 (20423) - Quinton Porter threw five TD passes as Hamilton stayed alive in the playoff race after a game that saw 897 yards passing and nine TD strikes between Porter and the Als' Anthony Calvillo.
EDMONTON 36, Winnipeg 22 (40453) - Ricky Ray threw two TD passes,
while Maurice Mann and Andrew Nowacki each caught a score for the Eskimos, who outscored the Blue Bombers, 31-2, in the second period.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Calgary   9  5 0 457 351 18 *-Montreal  9  5 0 488 337 18
*-Saskatch  9  5 0 365 353 18 Winnipeg    5  9 0 324 384 10
*-Brit Col  9  5 0 411 349 18 Toronto     4 10 0 276 459  8
Edmonton    8  6 0 411 394 16 Hamilton    3 11 0 354 449  6
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 10
Edmonton 27, BRIT COLUMBIA 20 (34778) - Ricky Ray threw for 311 yards and rushed for a TD as the Eskimos moved into a four-way tie atop the West Division. Edmonton clinched at least a crossover playoff spot.
WINNIPEG 25, Toronto 16 (27268) - Alexis Serna hit a go-ahead 34-yard FG early in the fourth and Joe Smith ran for a TD for Winnipeg. Jamal Robertson had a 2-yard TD run and Mike Vanderjagt kicked three FGs for the Argos
MONDAY OCTOBER 13
MONTREAL 42, Hamilton 11 (20202) - Montreal QB Anthony Cavillo threw three TD passes and ran for another. Three of Cavillo's scores went to Jamal Richardson, who caught 12 passes for 125 yards.
CALGARY 42, Saskatchewan 5 (35650) - Henry Burris tossed three TDs as the Stampeders reclaimed top spot in the West. Ken-Yon Rambo, Jeremaine Copeland and Nik Lewis recorded a TD reception for Calgary.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Calgary  10  5 0 499 356 20 X-Montreal 10  5 0 530 348 20
*-Saskatch  9  6 0 370 395 18 Winnipeg    6  9 0 351 399 12
*-Brit Col  9  6 0 431 376 18 Toronto     4 11 0 291 486  8
*-Edmonton  9  6 0 438 414 18 Hamilton    3 12 0 365 491  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 17
Brit Columbia 43, EDMONTON 28 (34342) - Buck Pierce threw for 378 yards and three TDs as the Lions roared back for the win. Pierce connected on 25-of-40 passes and threw two of his scoring strikes in the fourth quarter.SATURDAY OCTOBER 18
Montreal 43, TORONTO 34 (30262) - Anthony Calvillo threw four TD passes, including two to Jamal Richardson, to lead the Alouettes. The loss eliminated Toronto from playoff contention and clinched a berth for Winnipeg.
CALGARY 37, Winnipeg 16 (30110) - Henry Burris, who was 28-of-36 for 337 yards and five touchdowns, connected with Brett Ralph with an 8-yard TD pass to open the scoring and Calgary rolled.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19
SASKATCHEWAN 30, Hamilton 29 (30945) - Luca Congi kicked a 36-yard FG with 51 seconds to go as the Riders pulled into a tie for second place in the West. The Ticats took a 29-20 lead with 17 straight points to begin the fourth.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Calgary  11  5 0 536 372 22 X-Montreal 11  5 0 573 382 22
*-Saskatch 10  6 0 400 424 20 *-Winnipeg  6 10 0 367 436 12
*-Brit Col 10  6 0 474 404 20 Toronto     4 12 0 325 529  8
*-Edmonton  9  7 0 466 457 18 Hamilton    3 13 0 394 521  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 24
Calgary 28, HAMILTON 17 (20614) - Joffrey Reynolds ran for 128 yards and two TDs, helping Calgary clinch first place in the West. Sandro DeAngelis kicked a pair of FGs and Henry Burris threw two TDs for the Stampeders.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 25
BRIT COL 55, Toronto 32 (35994) - Jarious Jackson threw for 156 yards and threeTDs as the Lions pounded Toronto. Playing for injured quarterback Buck Pierce, Jackson entered the game late in the second quarter.
SASKATCHEWAN 55, Edmonton 9 (30945) - Riders RB Wes Cates ran for a pair of TDs and Renauld Williams returned an interception for a TDs, while Corey Grant, Weston Dressler, and Andy Fantuz each caught a TD pass.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 26
Winnipeg 24, MONTREAL 23 (20202) - Alexis Serna kicked a 32-yard FG in the final minutes as the Blue Bombers posted a dramatic win. Terrence Edwards and Romby Bryant each caught a TD pass for the Blue Bombers.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary  12  5 0 564 389 24 X-Montreal 11  6 0 596 406 22
*-Saskatch 11  6 0 455 433 22 *-Winnipeg  7 10 0 391 459 14
*-Brit Col 11  6 0 529 436 22 Toronto     4 13 0 357 584  8
*-Edmonton  9  8 0 475 512 18 Hamilton    3 14 0 411 549  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK NINETEEN
THURSDAY OCTOBER 30
Saskatchewan 45, TORONTO 38 (28654) - Neal Hughes scored on a two-yard run with 12 seconds remaining to cap a wild rally as the Riders outscored Toronto, 28-7, in the final quarter to overcome a 31-17 deficit.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 31
EDMONTON 37, Montreal 14 (29911) - Ricky Ray threw two TDs passes as the Eskimos rolled over the Alouettes, who rested six starters. The victory locked up fourth place in the West for Edmonton.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1
WINNIPEG 44, Hamilton 30 (24595) - Romby Bryant caught four passes for 101 yards and a pair of TDs as Winnipeg scored the game's first 19 points and held a 29-9 advantage at the half.
CALGARY 41, Brit Col 30 (30275) - Henry Burris threw for 165 yards and a TD in one half alone to lead the Stampeders. With the loss, the Lions missed out on a chance to host a home game during the divisional semifinals.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary  13  5 0 605 419 26 X-Montreal 11  7 0 610 443 22
*-Saskatch 12  6 0 500 471 24 *-Winnipeg  8 10 0 435 489 16
*-Brit Col 11  7 0 559 477 22 Toronto     4 14 0 395 629  8
*-Edmonton 10  8 0 512 526 20 Hamilton    3 15 0 441 593  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
CFL PLAYOFFS - DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 8 - Edmonton (10-8) 29, WINNIPEG (8-10) 21 (27493) - A.J. Harris ran for a pair of TDs and Ricky Ray threw for 303 yards.as the Eskimos overcame the cold and wind to become the first West Division club to post a playoff victory as a crossover team since the league adopted the format in 1996.
Nov 8 - Brit Columbia (11-7) 33, SASKATCHEWAN (12-6) 12 (30945) - Buck Pierce threw for 221 yards and a TD and the Lions' defense forced six turnovers en route to knocking off the defending Grey Cup champions. Stefan Logan rushed for 153 yards for the Lions.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 15 - MONTREAL (11-7) 36, Edmonton (11-8) 26 (38132) - Montreal's Larry Taylor returned a pair of punts for TDs. Anthony Calvillo completed 20-of-32 passes for 295 yards and a TD for Montreal, which advanced to the Grey Cup for the sixth time since 2000.
Nov 15 - CALGARY (13-5) 22, British Columbia (12-7) 18 (35650) - Henry Burris scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter to lift the Stampeders to the Grey Cup. Paul McCallum's sixth FG brought the Lions within 22-18, but CB Brandon Browner intercepted a pass with 1:19 to go to clinch the win.
(96th Grey Cup - Sunday, November 23 at Montreal - 66,308)
CALGARY STAMPEDERS (14-5) 22, MONTREAL ALOUETTES (12-7) 14 - Calgary quarterback, Henry Burris threw for 328 yards and one touchdown, leading all rushers with 79 yards, while kicker Sandro DeAngelis kicked five field goals as the Calgary Stampeders rallied for a 22-14 victory over the Montreal Alouettes to win the Grey Cup, in front of the 66,305 Montreal faithful at Olympic Stadium. For his efforts, Henry Burris was named the game's Grey Cup's Most Valuable Player, while kicker Sandro DeAngelis kicked five field goals, connecting from 44, 12, 21, 30 and 50 yards out and took home the Grey Cup's Most Valuable Canadian honours. The game got off to a slow start with a Damon Duval 14 yard chip shot field goal for Montreal representing all the scoring in the first quarter. The drive was highlighted by a 55-yard completion from Alouettes' quarterback Anthony Calvillo to Jamel Richardson. Sandro DeAngelis answered back in the second quarter with a 44-yard field goal to put the Calgary Stampeders back on even terms at 3-3. However, the Montreal Alouettes responded when Montreal linebacker, Reggie Hunt intercepted a Henry Burris pass, giving the Alouettes the ball near midfield. The Alouettes offence drove the ball deep into Calgary territory before running back, Avon Cobourne scored the game's first touchdown in the second quarter on a 16-yard run. Then, special teams standout Larry Taylor gave the Alouettes great field position again with a 42-yard punt return. Duval again stepped in and made good on his 19-yard attempt to extend the Montreal lead to 13-3. With momentum on the home team's side, the Calgary Stampeders responded late in the first half when Henry Burris threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Brett Ralph, cutting the Montreal lead to 13-10 heading into halftime and taking momentum away from Montreal. In the second half of the game, it was all Calgary Stampeders. In the third quarter, Sandro DeAngelis kicked his second field goal of the game to tie the game 13-13. Montreal took a 14-13 lead after Damon Duval added a punt single, but that was all the offence that Montreal was able to muster in the second half of the game. On Calgary's next possession, Henry Burris put together a 75-yard drive, including runs of 14 and 29 yards for first downs, which led to a short field goal kick from DeAngelis to give Calgary a 16-14 lead. Montreal's offence started to threaten, but the Calgary defence responded. On the first play of the fourth quarter, Anthony Calvillo was intercecpted by Calgary's Dwight Anderson that led to another field goal by DeAngelis to give the Stampeders a 19-14 advantage. Then midway through the game, the Alouettes threatened to regain the lead before an errant Calvillo pass was intercepted by Shannon James, which quieted the Olympic Stadium crowd. Sandro DeAngelis then kicked a 50-yard field goal to extend the Calgary lead to eight points and seal their victory, becoming Grey Cup champions for the first time since 2001. Stampeders wide receiver, Nikolas Lewis chipped in with 11 catches for 122 yards for the Calgary offence, while Montreal's Jamel Richardson led all receivers with 123 yards and Ben Cahoon was able to catch for 95 yards through the air. However, Anthony Calvillo, who edged out Henry Burris to become the regular season's Most Outstanding Player threw for no touchdowns, got intercepted twice and dropped to a 1-5 record in his Grey Cup appearances.


















WEEK ONE
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4
NY GIANTS 16, Washington 7
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7
ATLANTA 34, Detroit 21
BALTIMORE 17, Cincinnati 10
BUFFALO 34, Seattle 10
N.Y. Jets 20, MIAMI 14
NEW ENGLAND 17, Kansas City 10
NEW ORLEANS 24, Tampa Bay 20
PHILADELPHIA 38, St. Louis 3
PITTSBURGH 38, Houston 17
TENNESSEE 17, Jacksonville 10
Dallas 28, CLEVELAND 10
Carolina 26, SAN DIEGO 24
Arizona 23, SAN FRANCISCO 13
Chicago 29, INDIANAPOLIS 13
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8
GREEN BAY 24, Minnesota 19
Denver 41, OAKLAND 14
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      1  0 0  16   7 New England    1  0 0  17  10
Dallas         1  0 0  28  10 NY Jets        1  0 0  20  14
Philadelphia   1  0 0  38   3 Buffalo        1  0 0  34  10
Washington     0  1 0   7  16 Miami          0  1 0  14  20
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        1  0 0  29  13 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  38  17
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  24  19 Baltimore      1  0 0  17  10
Minnesota      0  1 0  19  24 Cleveland      0  1 0  10  28
Detroit        0  1 0  21  34 Cincinnati     0  1 0  10  17
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       1  0 0  26  24 Tennessee      1  0 0  17  10
Atlanta        1  0 0  34  21 Indianapolis   0  1 0  13  29
New Orleans    1  0 0  24  20 Houston        0  1 0  17  38
Tampa Bay      0  1 0  20  24 Jacksonville   0  1 0  10  17
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        1  0 0  23  13 Denver         1  0 0  41  14
San Francisco  0  1 0  13  23 Oakland        0  1 0  14  41
Seattle        0  1 0  10  34 Kansas City    0  1 0  10  17
St. Louis      0  1 0   3  38 San Diego      0  1 0  24  26
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14
CAROLINA 20, Chicago 17
Tennessee 24, CINCINNATI 7
Green Bay 48, DETROIT 25
Buffalo 20, JACKSONVILLE 16
Oakland 23, KANSAS CITY 8
Indianapolis 18, MINNESOTA 15
N.Y. Giants 41, ST. LOUIS 13
WASHINGTON 29, New Orleans 24
San Francisco 33, SEATTLE 30 (OT)
TAMPA BAY 24, Atlanta 9
ARIZONA 31, Miami 10
DENVER 39, San Diego 38
New England 19, NY JETS 10
Pittsburgh 10, CLEVELAND 6
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15
DALLAS 41, Philadelphia 37
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      2  0 0  57  29 Buffalo        2  0 0  54  26
Dallas         2  0 0  69  47 New England    2  0 0  36  20
Philadelphia   1  1 0  75  44 NY Jets        1  1 0  30  33
Washington     1  1 0  36  40 Miami          0  2 0  24  51
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      2  0 0  72  44 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  48  23
Chicago        1  1 0  46  33 Baltimore      1  0 0  17  10
Minnesota      0  2 0  34  42 Cleveland      0  2 0  16  38
Detroit        0  2 0  46  82 Cincinnati     0  2 0  17  41
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       2  0 0  46  41 Tennessee      2  0 0  41  17
Atlanta        1  1 0  43  45 Indianapolis   1  1 0  31  44
New Orleans    1  1 0  48  49 Houston        0  1 0  17  38
Tampa Bay      1  1 0  44  33 Jacksonville   0  2 0  26  37
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        2  0 0  54  23 Denver         2  0 0  80  52
San Francisco  1  1 0  46  53 Oakland        1  1 0  37  49
Seattle        0  2 0  40  67 San Diego      0  2 0  62  65
St. Louis      0  2 0  16  79 Kansas City    0  2 0  18  40
NOTE: Baltimore at Houston was moved to November 9 due to damage from Hurricane Ike. The Cincinnati-Houston game was moved to October 26.
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21
ATLANTA 38, Kansas City 14
BUFFALO 24, Oakland 23
Tampa Bay 27, CHICAGO 24 (OT)
MINNESOTA 20, Carolina 10
Miami 38, NEW ENGLAND 13
NY GIANTS 26, Cincinnati 23 (OT)
TENNESSEE 31, Houston 12
WASHINGTON 24, Arizona 17
DENVER 34, New Orleans 32
SAN FRANCISCO 31, Detroit 13
SEATTLE 37, St. Louis 13
BALTIMORE 28, Cleveland 10
Jacksonville 23, INDIANANPOLIS 21
PHILADELPHIA 15, Pittsburgh 6
Dallas 27, GREEN BAY 16
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22
SAN DIEGO 48, N.Y. Jets 29
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      3  0 0  83  52 Buffalo        3  0 0  78  49
Dallas         3  0 0  96  63 New England    2  1 0  49  58
Philadelphia   2  1 0  90  50 NY Jets        1  2 0  59  81
Washington     2  1 0  60  57 Miami          1  2 0  62  64
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      2  1 0  88  71 Baltimore      2  0 0  45  20
Chicago        1  2 0  70  60 Pittsburgh     2  1 0  54  38
Minnesota      1  2 0  54  52 Cleveland      0  3 0  26  66
Detroit        0  3 0  59 113 Cincinnati     0  3 0  40  67
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       2  1 0  56  61 Tennessee      3  0 0  72  29
Atlanta        2  1 0  81  59 Indianapolis   1  2 0  52  67
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  71  57 Jacksonville   1  2 0  49  58
New Orleans    1  2 0  80  83 Houston        0  2 0  29  69
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        2  1 0  71  47 Denver         3  0 0 114  84
San Francisco  2  1 0  77  66 Oakland        1  2 0  60  73
Seattle        1  2 0  77  80 San Diego      1  2 0 110  94
St. Louis      0  3 0  29 116 Kansas City    0  3 0  32  78
WEEK FOUR (BYE - Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, New England, NY Giants, Seattle)
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28
CAROLINA 24, Atlanta 9
Cleveland 20, CINCINNATI 12
JACKSONVILLE 30, Houston 27 (OT)
KANSAS CITY 33, Denver 19
NEW ORLEANS 31, San Francisco 17
NY JETS 56, Arizona 35
TAMPA BAY 30, Green Bay 21
TENNESSEE 30, Minnesota 17
San Diego 28, OAKLAND 18
Buffalo 31, ST. LOUIS 14
Washington 26, DALLAS 24
CHICAGO 24, Philadelphia 20
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29
PITTSBURGH 23, Baltimore 20 (OT)
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      3  0 0  83  52 Buffalo        4  0 0 109  63
Dallas         3  1 0 120  89 New England    2  1 0  49  58
Washington     3  1 0  86  81 NY Jets        2  2 0 115 116
Philadelphia   2  2 0 110  74 Miami          1  2 0  62  64
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      2  2 0 109 101 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  77  58
Chicago        2  2 0  94  80 Baltimore      2  1 0  65  43
Minnesota      1  3 0  71  82 Cleveland      1  3 0  46  78
Detroit        0  3 0  59 113 Cincinnati     0  4 0  52  87
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       3  1 0  80  70 Tennessee      4  0 0 102  46
Tampa Bay      3  1 0 101  78 Jacksonville   2  2 0  79  85
Atlanta        2  2 0  90  83 Indianapolis   1  2 0  52  67
New Orleans    2  2 0 111 100 Houston        0  3 0  56  99
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        2  2 0 106 103 Denver         3  1 0 133 117
San Francisco  2  2 0  94  97 San Diego      2  2 0 138 112
Seattle        1  2 0  77  80 Oakland        1  3 0  78 101
St. Louis      0  4 0  43 147 Kansas City    1  3 0  65  97
WEEK FIVE (BYE - Cleveland, NY Jets, St. Louis, Oakland)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
Tennessee 13, BALTIMORE 10
CAROLINA 34, Kansas City 0
Chicago 34, DETROIT 7
Atlanta 27, GREEN BAY 24
Indianapolis 31, HOUSTON 27
MIAMI 17, San Diego 10
NY GIANTS 44, Seattle 6
Washington 23, PHILADELPHIA 17
DENVER 16, Tampa Bay 13
ARIZONA 41, Buffalo 17
DALLAS 31, Cincinnati 22
New England 30, SAN FRANCISCO 21
Pittsburgh 26, JACKSONVILLE 21
MONDAY OCTOBER 6
Minnesota 30, NEW ORLEANS 27
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      4  0 0 127  58 Buffalo        4  1 0 126 104
Dallas         4  1 0 151 111 New England    3  1 0  79  79
Washington     4  1 0 109  98 NY Jets        2  2 0 115 116
Philadelphia   2  3 0 127  97 Miami          2  2 0  79  74
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        3  2 0 128  87 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 103  79
GREEN BAY      2  3 0 133 128 Baltimore      2  2 0  75  56
Minnesota      2  3 0 101 109 Cleveland      1  3 0  46  78
Detroit        0  4 0  66 147 Cincinnati     0  5 0  74 118
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       4  1 0 114  70 Tennessee      5  0 0 115  56
Tampa Bay      3  2 0 114  94 Indianapolis   2  2 0  83  94
Atlanta        3  2 0 117 107 Jacksonville   2  3 0 100 111
New Orleans    2  3 0 138 130 Houston        0  4 0  83 130
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        3  2 0 147 120 Denver         4  1 0 149 130
San Francisco  2  3 0 115 127 San Diego      2  3 0 148 129
Seattle        1  3 0  83 124 Oakland        1  3 0  78 101
St. Louis      0  4 0  43 147 Kansas City    1  4 0  65 131
WEEK SIX (BYE - Buffalo, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Tennessee)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 12
ATLANTA 22, Chicago 20
HOUSTON 29, Miami 28
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Baltimore 3
MINNESOTA 12, Detroit 10
NEW ORLEANS 34, Oakland 3
NY JETS 26, Cincinnati 14
TAMPA BAY 27, Carolina 3
St. Louis 19, WASHINGTON 17
Jacksonville 24, DENVER 17
ARIZONA 30, Dallas 24 (OT)
Philadelphia 40, SAN FRANCISCO 26
Green Bay 27, SEATTLE 17
SAN DIEGO 30, New England 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 13
CLEVELAND 35, N.Y. Giants 14
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      4  1 0 141  93 Buffalo        4  1 0 126 104
Dallas         4  2 0 175 141 New England    3  2 0  89 109
Washington     4  2 0 126 117 NY Jets        3  2 0 141 130
Philadelphia   3  3 0 167 123 Miami          2  3 0 107 103
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        3  3 0 168 131 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 103  79
GREEN BAY      3  3 0 160 145 Baltimore      2  3 0  78  87
Minnesota      3  3 0 113 119 Cleveland      2  3 0  81  92
Detroit        0  5 0  76 159 Cincinnati     0  6 0  88 144
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       4  2 0 117  97 Tennessee      5  0 0 115  56
Tampa Bay      4  2 0 141  97 Indianapolis   3  2 0 114  97
Atlanta        4  2 0 139 127 Jacksonville   3  3 0 124 128
New Orleans    3  3 0 172 133 Houston        1  4 0 112 158
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        4  2 0 177 144 Denver         4  2 0 166 154
San Francisco  2  4 0 141 167 San Diego      3  3 0 178 139
Seattle        1  4 0 100 151 Oakland        1  4 0  81 135
St. Louis      1  4 0  62 164 Kansas City    1  4 0  65 131
WEEK SEVEN (BYE - Arizona, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Philadelphia)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19
BUFFALO 23, San Diego 14
CAROLINA 30, New Orleans 7
CHICAGO 48, Minnesota 41
Pittsburgh 38, CINCINNATI 10
Tennessee 34, KANSAS CITY 10
Baltimore 27, MIAMI 13
NY GIANTS 29, San Francisco 17
ST. LOUIS 34, Dallas 14
HOUSTON 28, Detroit 21
GREEN BAY 34, Indianapolis 14
OAKLAND 16, N.Y. Jets 13 (OT)
WASHINGTON 14, Cleveland 11
TAMPA BAY 20, Seattle 10
MONDAY OCTOBER 20
NEW ENGLAND 41, Denver 7
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  1 0 170 110 Buffalo        5  1 0 149 118
Washington     5  2 0 140 128 New England    4  2 0 130 116
Dallas         4  3 0 189 175 NY Jets        3  3 0 154 146
Philadelphia   3  3 0 167 123 Miami          2  4 0 120 130
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        4  3 0 216 172 Pittsburgh     5  1 0 141  89
GREEN BAY      4  3 0 194 159 Baltimore      3  3 0 105 100
Minnesota      3  4 0 154 167 Cleveland      2  4 0  92 106
Detroit        0  6 0  97 187 Cincinnati     0  7 0  98 182
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       5  2 0 147 104 Tennessee      6  0 0 149  66
Tampa Bay      5  2 0 161 107 Indianapolis   3  3 0 128 131
Atlanta        4  2 0 139 127 Jacksonville   3  3 0 124 128
New Orleans    3  4 0 179 163 Houston        2  4 0 140 179
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        4  2 0 177 144 Denver         4  3 0 173 195
St. Louis      2  4 0  96 178 San Diego      3  4 0 192 162
San Francisco  2  5 0 158 196 Oakland        2  4 0  97 148
Seattle        1  5 0 110 171 Kansas City    1  5 0  75 165
WEEK EIGHT (BYE - Chicago, Denver, Green Bay, Minnesota)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 26
BALTIMORE 29, Oakland 10
CAROLINA 27, Arizona 23
DALLAS 13, Tampa Bay 9
Washington 25, DETROIT 17
MIAMI 25, Buffalo 16
NEW ENGLAND 23, St. Louis 16
NY JETS 28, Kansas City 24
PHILADELPHIA 27, Atlanta 14
Cleveland 23, JACKSONVILLE 17
N.Y. Giants 21, PITTSBURGH 14
Seattle 34, SAN FRANCISCO 13
New Orleans 37, San Diego 32 @ London
HOUSTON 35, Cincinnati 6
MONDAY OCTOBER 27
TENNESSEE 31, Indianapolis 21
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      6  1 0 191 124 Buffalo        5  2 0 165 143
Washington     6  2 0 165 145 New England    5  2 0 153 132
Dallas         5  3 0 202 184 NY Jets        4  3 0 182 170
Philadelphia   4  3 0 194 137 Miami          3  4 0 145 146
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        4  3 0 216 172 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 155 110
GREEN BAY      4  3 0 194 159 Baltimore      4  3 0 134 110
Minnesota      3  4 0 154 167 Cleveland      3  4 0 115 123
Detroit        0  7 0 114 212 Cincinnati     0  8 0 104 217
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       6  2 0 174 127 Tennessee      7  0 0 180  87
Tampa Bay      5  3 0 170 120 Indianapolis   3  4 0 149 162
Atlanta        4  3 0 153 151 Jacksonville   3  4 0 141 151
New Orleans    4  4 0 216 195 Houston        3  4 0 175 185
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        4  3 0 200 171 Denver         4  3 0 173 195
St. Louis      2  5 0 112 201 San Diego      3  5 0 227 199
Seattle        2  5 0 144 184 Oakland        2  5 0 107 177
San Francisco  2  6 0 171 230 Kansas City    1  6 0  99 193
WEEK NINE (BYE - Carolina, New Orleans, San Diego, San Francisco)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2
N.Y. Jets 26, BUFFALO 17
CHICAGO 27, Detroit 23
CINCINNATI 21, Jacksonville 19
Baltimore 37, CLEVELAND 27
Tampa Bay 30, KANSAS CITY 27 (OT)
MINNESOTA 28, Houston 21
Arizona 34, ST. LOUIS 13
TENNESSEE 19, Green Bay 16 (OT)
Miami 26, DENVER 17
NY GIANTS 35, Dallas 17
Atlanta 24, OAKLAND 0
Philadelphia 26, SEATTLE 7
IND 18, New England 15
MONDAY NOVEMBER 3
Pittsburgh 23, WASHINGTON 6
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      7  1 0 226 141 Buffalo        5  3 0 182 169
Washington     6  3 0 171 168 New England    5  3 0 168 150
Philadelphia   5  3 0 220 144 NY Jets        5  3 0 208 187
Dallas         5  4 0 219 219 Miami          4  4 0 171 163
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        5  3 0 243 195 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 178 116
GREEN BAY      4  4 0 210 178 Baltimore      5  3 0 171 137
Minnesota      4  4 0 182 188 Cleveland      3  5 0 142 160
Detroit        0  8 0 137 239 Cincinnati     1  8 0 125 236
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       6  2 0 174 127 Tennessee      8  0 0 199 103
Tampa Bay      6  3 0 200 147 Indianapolis   4  4 0 167 177
Atlanta        5  3 0 177 151 Jacksonville   3  5 0 160 172
New Orleans    4  4 0 216 195 Houston        3  5 0 196 213
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        5  3 0 234 184 Denver         4  4 0 190 221
St. Louis      2  6 0 125 235 San Diego      3  5 0 227 199
Seattle        2  6 0 151 210 Oakland        2  6 0 107 201
San Francisco  2  6 0 171 230 Kansas City    1  7 0 126 223
WEEK TEN (BYE - Cincinnati, Dallas, Tampa Bay, Washington)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Denver 34, CLEVELAND 30
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9
ATLANTA 34, New Orleans 20
Tennessee 21, CHICAGO 14
Jacksonville 38, DETROIT 14
Baltimore 41, HOUSTON 13
MIAMI 21, Seattle 19
MINNESOTA 28, Green Bay 27
NEW ENGLAND 20, Buffalo 10
NY JETS 47, St. Louis 3
Carolina 17, OAKLAND 6
Indianapolis 24, PITTSBURGH 20
SAN DIEGO 20, Kansas City 19
N.Y. Giants 36, PHILADELPHIA 31
MONDAY NOVEMBER 10
ARIZONA 29, San Francisco 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      8  1 0 262 172 NY Jets        6  3 0 255 190
Washington     6  3 0 171 168 New England    6  3 0 188 160
Philadelphia   5  4 0 251 180 Buffalo        5  4 0 192 189
Dallas         5  4 0 219 219 Miami          5  4 0 192 182
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        5  4 0 257 216 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 198 140
Minnesota      5  4 0 210 215 Baltimore      6  3 0 212 150
GREEN BAY      4  5 0 237 206 Cleveland      3  6 0 172 194
Detroit        0  9 0 151 277 Cincinnati     1  8 0 125 236
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       7  2 0 191 133 Tennessee      9  0 0 220 117
Tampa Bay      6  3 0 200 147 Indianapolis   5  4 0 191 197
Atlanta        6  3 0 211 171 Jacksonville   4  5 0 198 186
New Orleans    4  5 0 236 229 Houston        3  6 0 209 254
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        6  3 0 263 208 Denver         5  4 0 224 251
San Francisco  2  7 0 195 259 San Diego      4  5 0 247 218
Seattle        2  7 0 170 231 Oakland        2  7 0 113 218
St. Louis      2  7 0 128 282 Kansas City    1  8 0 145 243
WEEK ELEVEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13
N.Y. Jets 34, NEW ENGLAND 31 (OT)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16
Denver 24, ATLANTA 20
CAROLINA 31, Detroit 22
CINCINNATI 13, Philadelphia 13 (T)
GREEN BAY 37, Chicago 3
INDIANAPOLIS 33, Houston 27
Tennessee 24, JACKSONVILLE 14
New Orleans 30, KANSAS CITY 20
MIAMI 17, Oakland 15
NY GIANTS 30, Baltimore 10
TAMPA BAY 19, Minnesota 13
SAN FRANCISCO 35, St. Louis 16
Arizona 26, SEATTLE 20
PITTSBURGH 11, San Diego 10
Dallas 14, WASHINGTON 10
MONDAY NOVEMBER 17
Cleveland 29, BUFFALO 27
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      9  1 0 292 182 NY Jets        7  3 0 289 221
Washington     6  4 0 181 182 New England    6  4 0 219 194
Dallas         6  4 0 233 229 Miami          6  4 0 209 197
Philadelphia   5  4 1 264 193 Buffalo        5  5 0 219 218
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        5  5 0 260 253 Pittsburgh     7  3 0 209 150
Minnesota      5  5 0 223 234 Baltimore      6  4 0 222 180
GREEN BAY      5  5 0 274 209 Cleveland      4  6 0 201 221
Detroit        0 10 0 173 308 Cincinnati     1  8 1 138 249
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       8  2 0 222 155 Tennessee     10  0 0 244 131
Tampa Bay      7  3 0 219 160 Indianapolis   6  4 0 224 224
Atlanta        6  4 0 231 195 Jacksonville   4  6 0 212 210
New Orleans    5  5 0 266 249 Houston        3  7 0 236 287
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        7  3 0 289 228 Denver         6  4 0 248 271
San Francisco  3  7 0 230 275 San Diego      4  6 0 257 229
Seattle        2  8 0 190 257 Oakland        2  8 0 128 235
St. Louis      2  8 0 144 317 Kansas City    1  9 0 165 273
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20
PITTSBURGH 27, Cincinnati 10
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23
ATLANTA 45, Carolina 28
BALTIMORE 36, Philadelphia 7
Houston 16, CLEVELAND 6
DALLAS 35, San Francisco 22
Tampa Bay 38, DETROIT 20
Minnesota 30, JACKSONVILLE 12
Buffalo 57, KANSAS CITY 31
New England 48, MIAMI 28
Chicago 27, ST. LOUIS 3
N.Y. Jets 34, TENNESSEE 13
Oakland 31, DENVER 10
N.Y. Giants 37, ARIZONA 29
Washington 20, SEATTLE 17
Indianapolis 23, SAN DIEGO 20
MONDAY NOVEMBER 24
NEW ORLEANS 51, Green Bay 29
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants     10  1 0 329 211 NY Jets        8  3 0 323 234
Washington     7  4 0 201 199 New England    7  4 0 267 222
Dallas         7  4 0 268 251 Miami          6  5 0 237 245
Philadelphia   5  5 1 271 229 Buffalo        6  5 0 276 249
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        6  5 0 287 256 Pittsburgh     8  3 0 236 160
Minnesota      6  5 0 253 246 Baltimore      7  4 0 258 187
GREEN BAY      5  6 0 303 260 Cleveland      4  7 0 207 237
Detroit        0 11 0 193 346 Cincinnati     1  9 1 148 276
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       8  3 0 250 200 Tennessee     10  1 0 257 165
Tampa Bay      8  3 0 257 180 Indianapolis   7  4 0 247 244
Atlanta        7  4 0 276 223 Jacksonville   4  7 0 224 240
New Orleans    6  5 0 317 278 Houston        4  7 0 252 293
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        7  4 0 318 265 Denver         6  5 0 258 302
San Francisco  3  8 0 252 310 San Diego      4  7 0 277 252
Seattle        2  9 0 207 277 Oakland        3  8 0 159 245
St. Louis      2  9 0 147 344 Kansas City    1 10 0 196 330
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27
Tennessee 47, DETROIT 10
DALLAS 34, Seattle 9
PHILADELPHIA 48, Arizona 20
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30
San Francisco 10, BUFFALO 3
Baltimore 34, CINCINNATI 3
Indianapolis 10, CLEVELAND 6
Carolina 35, GREEN BAY 31
Denver 34, NY JETS 17
Miami 16, ST. LOUIS 12
TAMPA BAY 23, New Orleans 20
N.Y. Giants 23, WASHINGTON 7
Atlanta 22, SAN DIEGO 16
Pittsburgh 33, NEW ENGLAND 10
Kansas City 20, OAKLAND 13
MINNESOTA 34, Chicago 14
MONDAY DECEMBER 1
HOUSTON 30, Jacksonville 17
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants     11  1 0 352 218 NY Jets        8  4 0 340 268
Dallas         8  4 0 302 260 New England    7  5 0 277 255
Washington     7  5 0 208 222 Miami          7  5 0 253 257
Philadelphia   6  5 1 319 249 Buffalo        6  6 0 279 259
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      7  5 0 287 260 Pittsburgh     9  3 0 269 170
Chicago        6  6 0 301 290 Baltimore      8  4 0 292 190
GREEN BAY      5  7 0 334 295 Cleveland      4  8 0 213 247
Detroit        0 12 0 203 393 Cincinnati     1 10 1 151 310
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina       9  3 0 285 231 Tennessee     11  1 0 304 175
Tampa Bay      9  3 0 280 200 Indianapolis   8  4 0 257 250
Atlanta        8  4 0 298 239 Houston        5  7 0 282 310
New Orleans    6  6 0 337 301 Jacksonville   4  8 0 241 270
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        7  5 0 338 313 Denver         7  5 0 292 319
San Francisco  4  8 0 262 313 San Diego      4  8 0 293 274
Seattle        2 10 0 216 311 Oakland        3  9 0 172 265
St. Louis      2 10 0 159 360 Kansas City    2 10 0 216 343
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 4
SAN DIEGO 34, Oakland 7
SUNDAY DECEMBER 7
BALTIMORE 24, Washington 10
CHICAGO 23, Jacksonville 10
Minnesota 20, DETROIT 16
Houston 24, GREEN BAY 21
INDIANAPOLIS 35, Cincinnati 3
NEW ORLEANS 29, Atlanta 25
Philadelphia 20, NY GIANTS 14
TENNESSEE 28, Cleveland 9
Miami 16, BUFFALO 3 @ Toronto
DENVER 24, Kansas City 17
SAN FRANCISCO 24, NY Jets 14
ARIZONA 34, St. Louis 10
PITTSBURGH 20, Dallas 13
New England 24, SEATTLE 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 8
CAROLINA 38, Tampa Bay 23
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-NY Giants   11  2 0 366 238 NY Jets        8  5 0 354 292
Dallas         8  5 0 315 280 New England    8  5 0 301 276
Philadelphia   7  5 1 339 263 Miami          8  5 0 269 260
Washington     7  6 0 218 246 Buffalo        6  7 0 282 275
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      8  5 0 307 276 Pittsburgh    10  3 0 289 183
Chicago        7  6 0 324 300 Baltimore      9  4 0 316 200
GREEN BAY      5  8 0 355 319 Cleveland      4  9 0 222 275
Detroit        0 13 0 219 413 Cincinnati     1 11 1 154 345
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina      10  3 0 323 254 X-Tennessee   12  1 0 332 184
Tampa Bay      9  4 0 303 238 Indianapolis   9  4 0 292 253
Atlanta        8  5 0 323 268 Houston        6  7 0 306 331
New Orleans    7  6 0 366 326 Jacksonville   4  9 0 251 293
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
X-Arizona      8  5 0 372 323 Denver         8  5 0 316 336
San Francisco  5  8 0 286 327 San Diego      5  8 0 327 281
Seattle        2 11 0 237 335 Oakland        3 10 0 179 299
St. Louis      2 11 0 169 394 Kansas City    2 11 0 233 367
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 11
CHICAGO 27, New Orleans 24 (OT)
SUNDAY DECEMBER 14
ATLANTA 13, Tampa Bay 10 (OT)
Pittsburgh 13, BALTIMORE 9
CAROLINA 30, Denver 10
CINCINNATI 20, Washington 13
HOUSTON 13, Tennessee 12
INDIANAPOLIS 31, Detroit 21
JACKSONVILLE 20, Green Bay 16
San Diego 22, KANSAS CITY 21
MIAMI 14, San Francisco 9
NY JETS 31, Buffalo 27
Seattle 23, ST. LOUIS 20
Minnesota 35, ARIZONA 14
New England 49, OAKLAND 26
DALLAS 20, N.Y. Giants 8
MONDAY DECEMBER 15
PHILADELPHIA 30, Cleveland 10
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-NY Giants   11  3 0 374 258 NY Jets        9  5 0 385 319
Dallas         9  5 0 335 288 New England    9  5 0 350 302
Philadelphia   8  5 1 369 273 Miami          9  5 0 283 269
Washington     7  7 0 231 266 Buffalo        6  8 0 309 306
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      9  5 0 342 290 X-Pittsburgh  11  3 0 302 192
Chicago        8  6 0 351 324 Baltimore      9  5 0 325 213
GREEN BAY      5  9 0 371 339 Cleveland      4 10 0 232 305
Detroit        0 14 0 240 444 Cincinnati     2 11 1 174 358
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Carolina      11  3 0 353 264 X-Tennessee   12  2 0 344 197
Tampa Bay      9  5 0 313 251 Indianapolis  10  4 0 323 274
Atlanta        9  5 0 336 278 Houston        7  7 0 319 343
New Orleans    7  7 0 390 353 Jacksonville   5  9 0 271 309
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
X-Arizona      8  6 0 386 358 Denver         8  6 0 326 366
San Francisco  5  9 0 295 341 San Diego      6  8 0 349 302
Seattle        3 11 0 260 355 Oakland        3 11 0 205 348
St. Louis      2 12 0 189 417 Kansas City    2 12 0 254 389
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 18
Indianapolis 31, JACKSONVILLE 24
SATURDAY DECEMBER 20
Baltimore 33, DALLAS 24
SUNDAY DECEMBER 21
Cincinnati 14, CLEVELAND 0
New Orleans 42, DETROIT 7
Miami 38, KANSAS CITY 31
Atlanta 24, MINNESOTA 17
NEW ENGLAND 47, Arizona 7
NY GIANTS 34, Carolina 28 (OT)
San Francisco 17, ST. LOUIS 16
TENNESSEE 31, Pittsburgh 14
WASHINGTON 10, Philadelphia 3
Buffalo 30, DENVER 23
OAKLAND 27, Houston 16
SEATTLE 13, N.Y. Jets 3
San Diego 41, TAMPA BAY 24
MONDAY DECEMBER 22
CHICAGO 20, Green Bay 17 (OT)
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-NY Giants   12  3 0 408 286 Miami         10  5 0 321 300
Dallas         9  6 0 359 321 New England   10  5 0 397 309
Philadelphia   8  6 1 372 283 NY Jets        9  6 0 388 332
Washington     8  7 0 241 269 Buffalo        7  8 0 339 329
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      9  6 0 359 314 X-Pittsburgh  11  4 0 316 223
Chicago        9  6 0 371 341 Baltimore     10  5 0 358 237
GREEN BAY      5 10 0 388 359 Cleveland      4 11 0 232 319
Detroit        0 15 0 247 486 Cincinnati     3 11 1 188 358
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Y-Carolina    11  4 0 381 298 X-Tennessee   13  2 0 375 211
Y-Atlanta     10  5 0 360 295 Y-Indianapolis11  4 0 354 298
Tampa Bay      9  6 0 337 292 Houston        7  8 0 335 370
New Orleans    8  7 0 432 360 Jacksonville   5 10 0 295 340
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
X-Arizona      8  7 0 393 405 Denver         8  7 0 349 396
San Francisco  6  9 0 312 357 San Diego      7  8 0 390 326
Seattle        4 11 0 273 358 Oakland        4 11 0 232 364
St. Louis      2 13 0 205 434 Kansas City    2 13 0 285 427
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SUNDAY DECEMBER 28
ATLANTA 31, St. Louis 27
BALTIMORE 27, Jacksonville 7
New England 13, BUFFALO 0
CINCINNATI 16, Kansas City 6
GREEN BAY 31, Detroit 21
HOUSTON 31, Chicago 24
INDIANAPOLIS 23, Tennessee 0
MINNESOTA 20, N.Y. Giants 19
Carolina 33, NEW ORLEANS 31
Miami 24, NY JETS 17
PHILADELPHIA 44, Dallas 6
PITTSBURGH 31, Cleveland 0
Oakland 31, TAMPA BAY 24
ARIZONA 34, Seattle 21
SAN DIEGO 52, Denver 21
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Washington 24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-NY Giants   12  4 0 427 306 X-Miami       11  5 0 345 317
Z-Philadelphia 9  6 1 416 289 New England   11  5 0 410 309
Dallas         9  7 0 365 365 NY Jets        9  7 0 405 356
Washington     8  8 0 265 296 Buffalo        7  9 0 339 342
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
X-Minnesota   10  6 0 379 333 X-Pittsburgh  12  4 0 347 223
Chicago        9  7 0 395 372 Z-Baltimore   11  5 0 385 244
GREEN BAY      6 10 0 419 380 Cincinnati     4 11 1 204 364
Detroit        0 16 0 268 517 Cleveland      4 12 0 232 350
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
X-Carolina    12  4 0 414 329 X-Tennessee   13  3 0 375 234
Z-Atlanta     11  5 0 391 322 Z-Indianapolis12  4 0 377 298
Tampa Bay      9  7 0 361 323 Houston        8  8 0 366 394
New Orleans    8  8 0 463 393 Jacksonville   5 11 0 302 367
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
X-Arizona      9  7 0 427 426 X-San Diego    8  8 0 442 347
San Francisco  7  9 0 339 381 Denver         8  8 0 370 448
Seattle        4 12 0 294 392 Oakland        5 11 0 264 388
St. Louis      2 14 0 232 465 Kansas City    2 14 0 291 443
X-Clinched Division Title     Z-Clinched Wild Card Berth
2008 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard - Jan 3 - SAN DIEGO (8-8) 23, Indianapolis (12-4) 17 (OT)
Wildcard - Jan 4 - Baltimore (11-5) 27, MIAMI (11-5) 9
Divisional - Jan 10 - Baltimore (12-5) 13, TENNESSEE (13-3) 10
Divisional - Jan 11 - PITTSBURGH (12-4) 35, San Diego (9-8) 24
Conference - Jan 18 - PITTSBURGH (13-4) 23, Baltimore (13-5) 14
NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Wildcard - Jan 3 - ARIZONA (9-7) 30, Atlanta (11-5) 24
Wildcard - Jan 4 - Philadelphia (9-6-1) 26, MINNESOTA (10-6) 14
Divisional - Jan 3 - Arizona (10-7) 33, CAROLINA (12-4) 13
Divisional - Jan 4 - Philadelphia (10-6-1) 23, NY GIANTS (12-4) 11
Conference - Jan 18 - ARIZONA (11-7) 32, Philadelphia (11-6-1) 25
SUPER BOWL 43 (February 1 at Tampa Bay)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (14-4) 27, ARIZONA CARDINALS (12-7) 24 - The Steelers now stand alone with six Super Bowl championships, but this title was one for the ages. Santonio Holmes soared into the air to make a toe-tapping, six-yard touchdown catch of a Ben Roethlisberger pass in the end zone with 35 seconds remaining, giving Pittsburgh a dramatic win. Larry Fitzgerald caught a pair of touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, including the go-ahead 64-yard strike from Kurt Warner with 2:37 left, as the Cardinals, in their first Super Bowl, rallied from a 13-point deficit to grab the lead. Roethlisberger, who led the Steelers to the Super Bowl championship against Seattle just three years ago, then engineered the winning drive, which included a 40-yard connection to Holmes to move the ball to the six. On the next play, a leaping Holmes had the ball go through his hands in the left corner of the end zone. Holmes then came up with a catch for history, securing his feet to the ground while stretching to make the catch in triple-coverage in the back right corner, just as safety Aaron Francisco forced out the receiver. The TD was confirmed after a video review. Ironically, Giants' receiver Plaxico Burress' famed touchdown grab to give New York the Super Bowl XLII title over the New England Patriots also came with 35 seconds remaining on the clock. Arizona had little time to work with, but managed to push past midfield; however, Warner was stripped of the football and the Steelers recovered in the waning seconds. Warner's arm may have been moving forward when he was hit by LaMarr Woodley, but there was no replay review by officials.
Miami (11-5)
San Diego (8-8)
Minnesota (10-6)
NY Giants (12-4)
Cincinnati (4-11-1)
New England (11-5)
Tennessee (13-3)
Jacksonville (5-11)
Denver (8-8)
Buffalo (7-9)
Atlanta (11-5)
Washington (8-8)
Dallas (9-7)
Tampa Bay (9-7)
Indianapolis (12-4)
Kansas City (2-14)
Chicago (9-7)
New Orleans (8-8)
Green Bay (6-10)
Baltimore (11-5)
Detroit (0-16)
Carolina (12-4)
Philadelphia (9-6-1)
NY Jets (9-7)
Pittsburgh (12-4)
Oakland (5-11)
Houston (8-8)
Cleveland (4-12)
Arizona (9-7)
San Francisco (7-9)
Seattle (4-12)
St. Louis (2-14)
Winnipeg (8-10)
Montreal (11-7)
Hamilton (3-15)
Toronto (4-14)
Saskatch (12-6)
Calgary (13-5)
Edmonton (10-8)
Brit Col (11-7)
UNITED NATIONAL GRIDIRON LEAGUE - The UNGL was a proposed minor professional football league. The league was formed in August 2007 and was originally called the United National Football League. The league's inaugural draft took place January 8–9, 2009. The league had planned to begin the season on February 8, 2009, but it would eventually be pushed back to March 2010, because of financing problems. On March 10, 2010, the UNGL sent an email saying it was canceling the 2010 season and suspending league operations indefinitely. The teams planned for the 2010 season were: Alabama Blackbirds (Birmingham),  Dallas Bluestorm, Georgia Slashers (Columbus), Louisiana Lancers (Shreveport), Miami Scorchers, North Carolina Comets (Winston-Salem), Ohio Marauders (Massillon) and Virginia Swarm (Salem)
ALL AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The AAFL planned to combine a professional pay structure with the requirement that all players be college graduates. It was originally scheduled to start in the spring of 2007, but postponed its launch to the spring of 2008. One of the more unusual features of the league was that the teams had no nicknames: Team Alabama – (Birmingham, Legion Field), Team Arkansas – (Little Rock, War Memorial Stadium),     Team Florida – (Gainesville, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The two final home games would have been played in Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville and Raymond James Stadium, Tampa), Team Michigan – (Detroit, Ford Field), Team Tennessee – (Knoxville, Neyland Stadium), Team Texas – (Houston, Rice Stadium). The league announced a 10-game season for 2008, from April 12 to June 14, with all six teams to play in one division during the first season, but the AAFL cancelled the season a month before kickoff. The announcement, on March 13th, came after The Houston Business Journal reported that Team Texas had sold only 250 season tickets, and was laying off its ten employees. The league had announced one week earlier that the league was considering a postponement of its season, stating that "Since inception, the League's finances have been indirectly tied to the $300 billion federally guaranteed student loan asset backed securities market. In August, the sub prime mortgage crisis began spreading into other sectors such as municipal bonds and federally guaranteed student loans. The situation, which was considered to be temporary at the time, has continued to worsen. Despite the fact that the Federal Reserve has repeatedly lowered interest rates during this financial crisis, their efforts have not yet restored liquidity in many asset backed markets, including municipal bonds and student loans." The league again postponed their launch each successive year, with the most recent postponement taking place in February 2010.