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The 2019 Green Bay Packers - 13-3 (1ST-NFC North Division)

Head Coach: Matt LeFleur

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2019 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-2)

                                                                                                                                                               OFF     DEF

AUGUST (2-2)                             RESULT     RECORD    ATT RSH PSS RSH PSS STARTING QB         LEADING RUSHER          LEADING PASSER         LEADING RECEIVER

​8  HOUSTON TEXANS (0-0)                  W 28-26    1- 0-0 73,928  95 142 138 274 DeShone Kizer       Dexter Williams (62)    DeShone Kizer (102)    Two tied with two

15 at Baltimore Ravens (1-0)             L 13-26    1- 1-0 69,822  55 171 171 172 DeShone Kizer       Darrin Hall (31)        Tim Boyle (107)        Four tied with four

22 W-vs Oakland Raiders (2-0)            L 21-22    1- 2-0 21,992  94 193  75 237 Tim Boyle           Tra Carson (32)         Tim Boyle (191)        Trevor Davis (5-78)

29 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-2)              W 27-20    2- 2-0 73,803 110 101  96 198 Tim Boyle           Dexter Williams (34)    DeShone Kizer (77)     Teo Redding (4-49)

2019 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS

SEPTEMBER (3-1)

​5  at Chicago Bears (0-0)                W 10- 3    1- 0-0 62,435  47 166  46 208 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (39)        Aaron Rodgers (203)    Two tied with four

15 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-0)               W 21-16    2- 0-0 78,416 144 191 198 223 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (116)       Aaron Rodgers (209)    Davante Adams (7-106)

22 DENVER BRONCOS (0-2)                  W 27-16    3- 0-0 78,078  77 235 149 161 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (59)    Aaron Rodgers (235)    Valdes-Scantling (6-99)

26 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-2)             L 27-34    3- 1-0 77,509  77 414 176 160 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Rodgers (46)      Aaron Rodgers (422)    Davante Adams (10-180)

OCTOBER (4-0)

​6  at Dallas Cowboys (3-1)               W 34-24    4- 1-0 93,024 120 215 122 441 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (107)       Aaron Rodgers (238)    Aaron Jones (7-75)

14 DETROIT LIONS (2-1-1)                 W 23-22    5- 1-0 76,947 170 277  56 243 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (104)   Aaron Rodgers (283)    Three tied with three

20 OAKLAND RAIDERS (3-4)                 W 42-24    6- 1-0 78,160  60 421 155 329 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (50)        Aaron Rodgers (429)    Four tied with four

27 at Kansas City Chiefs (5-2)           W 31-24    7- 1-0 73,558 118 256  88 249 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (67)        Aaron Rodgers (305)    Aaron Jones (7-159)

NOVEMBER (2-1)

​3  at Los Angeles Chargers (3-5)         L 11-26    7- 2-0 25,435  45 139 159 283 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (30)        Aaron Rodgers (161)    Davante Adams (7-41)

10 CAROLINA PANTHERS (5-3)               W 24-16    8- 2-0 78,090 163 225 120 281 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (93)        Aaron Rodgers (233)    Davante Adams (7-118)

17 Bye Week

24 at San Francisco 49ers (9-1)          L  8-37    8- 3-0 71,500 117  81 112 227 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (45)    Aaron Rodgers (104)    Two tied with seven

DECEMBER (5-0)

1  at New York Giants (2-9)              W 31-13    9- 3-0 75,950  79 243  95 240 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (41)    Aaron Rodgers (243)    Davante Adams (6-64)

8  WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-9)             W 20-15   10- 3-0 77,296 174 167 121 141 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (134)       Aaron Rodgers (195)    Aaron Jones (6-58)

15 CHICAGO BEARS (7-6)                   W 21-13   11- 3-0 78,266 100 192  96 319 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (51)        Aaron Rodgers (203)    Davante Adams (7-103)

23 at Minnesota Vikings (10-4)           W 23-10   12- 3-0 67,157 184 199  57  82 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (154)       Aaron Rodgers (216)    Davante Adams (13-116)

29 at Detroit Lions (3-11-1)             W 23-20   13- 3-0 62,840 120 312 171 134 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (100)       Aaron Rodgers (323)    Davante Adams (7-93)

2019 POST-SEASON RESULTS (1-1)

JANUARY 2020 - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF

12 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (12-5)               W 28-23           78,998 109 235 110 265 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (62)        Aaron Rodgers (243)    Davante Adams (8-160)

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP

19 at San Francisco 49ers (14-3)         L 20-37           72,211  62 296 285  69 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (56)        Aaron Rodgers (326)    Davante Adams (9-138)

W-at Winnipeg * - Overtime

2019 IN REVIEW

With Matt LaFleur taking over as the coach, the Green Bay Packers had a terrific season. They started the year on a three-game win streak and earned victories in seven of their first eight games. This included a 10-3 win over the Chicago Bears, as the NFL kicked off the 100th season at Soldier Field, with the two oldest rivals. Green Bay scored at least 20 points in six of the seven games, including a 31-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Their second loss of the season came on the road against the Los Angeles Chargers as Aaron Rogers was limited to only 161passing yards. The Packers responded well with a 24-16 victory over the Carolina Panthers the following week, with Aaron Jones rushing for two touchdowns in Week 10. Green Bay then had their bye week and was blown out by the San Francisco 49ers 37-8, a team they would see later on in the playoffs. The Packers, though, finished the regular season red-hot by winning their final five games. Once again, the offense was on fire, scoring 23.6 points per game in their wins over the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions with their final game on the streak ending on a Mason Crosby game-winning kick. Rodgers once again had a terrific season. He threw for 4,002 years, had 26 touchdowns, and was only intercepted four times. Jones had his best season in the NFL with 1,084 rushing yards and 474 receiving yards. Adams finished three yards short of 1,000 yards after only playing in 12 games. Martinez once again led the team in tackles with 155 as Green Bay won the NFC North...2019 PLAYOFFS: The Packers faced the Seattle Seahawks in their first playoff game after receiving a bye in the first round. Green Bay jumped out to a 21-3 lead highlighted by two touchdowns by Aaron Jones. Davante Adams added a 40-yard touchdown later in the game. Despite the Seahawks getting a pair of rushing touchdowns from Marshawn Lynch and a Tyler Lockett touchdown late, the Packers advanced to the NFC Championship again with a 28-23 win to advance to the NFC Championship Game. Going up against the San Francisco 49ers’ excellent defense, Green Bay put themselves in a significant hole by falling behind 27-0 at halftime. Raheem Mostert had his best game in the NFL with three first-half touchdowns. He would eventually score a fourth time in the second half and the two teams combined for six rushing touchdowns as Jones scored twice in the Packers 37-20 loss to end their season. (Source: Sportsecyclopedia)

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

​Davante Adams    17   WR 6- 1 215 Fresno State       6  6 27 12 2014 Draft - 2nd round

Montravius Adams 90   DT 6- 4 304 Auburn             3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 3rd round

Jaire Alexander  23   CB 5-10 196 Louisville         2  2 22 16 2018 Draft - 1st round

Geronimo Allison 81   WR 6- 3 202 Illinois           4  4 25 16 5-6-16 FA

Adrian Amos      31    S 6- 0 214 Penn State         1  5 26 16 3-14-19 FA (Bears)

David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           7  7 28 16 2013 Draft - 3rd round

Evan Baylis      88   TE 6- 5 250 Oregon             1  3 26  5 12-26-18 FA (Panthers)

Tim Boyle         8   QB 6- 4 232 Eastern Kentucky   1  1 25  3 5-4-18 FA 

Hunter Bradley   43   LS 6- 3 241 Mississippi State  2  2 25 16 2018 Draft - 7th round

Fadol Brown      98   DE 6- 4 282 Mississippi        2  2 26  4 12-5-18 FA (Raiders)

Tony Brown       28   CB 6- 0 199 Alabama            2  2 24  9 9-3-18 FA (Chargers)

Byran Bulaga     75   OT 6- 5 314 Iowa               9  9 30 16 2010 Draft - 1st round

Oren Burks       42   LB 6- 3 223 Vanderbilt         2  2 24 12 2018 Draft - 3rd round

Ibraheim Campbell39    S 5-11 210 Northwestern       2  5 27  7 11-5-18 FA (Jets)

Tra Carson       26   RB 5-11 228 Texas A & M        2  2 27  2 10-9-18 FA (Bengals)

Kenny Clark      97   DT 6- 3 314 UCLA               4  4 24 16 2016 Draft - 1st round

Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado          13 13 35 16 2007 Draft - 6th round

Trevor Davis     11   WR 6- 1 188 California         4  4 26  2 2016 Draft - 5th round

Tyler Ervin      32   RB 5-10 185 San Jose State     1  4 26  4 12-2-19 FA (Jaguars)

Kyler Frackrell  51   LB 6- 5 245 Utah State         4  4 28 16 2016 Draft - 3rd round

Rashaun Gary     52   DE 6- 5 277 Michigan           1  1 22 16 2019 Draft - 1st round

B.J. Goodson     93   LB 6- 1 241 Clemson            1  2 26 15 9-2-19 Trade (Giants)

Jimmy Graham     80   TE 6- 7 265 Miami (Fl)         2 10 33 16 3-16-18 FA (Seahawks)

Raven Greene     36    S 5-11 197 James Madison      2  2 24  2 5-4-18 FA

Ka'dar Hollman   29   DB 6- 0 196 Toledo             1  1 25  4 2019 Draft - 6th round

Josh Jackson     37   CB 6- 0 196 Iowa               2  2 23 14 2018 Draft - 2nd round

Elgton Jenkins   74    G 6- 5 311 Missisippi State   1  1 24 16 2019 Draft - 2nd round

Aaron Jones      33   RB 5- 9 208 UTEP               3  3 25 16 2017 Draft - 5th round

Kinsley Keke     96   DE 6- 3 200 Washington         1  1 23 14 2019 Draft - 5th round

Kevin King       20   CB 6- 3 200 Washington         3  3 24 15 2017 Draft - 2nd round

Jake Kumerow     16   WR 6- 4 209 UW-Whitewater      2  2 27 14 12-26-17 FA (Patriots)

Tyler Lancaster  95   NT 6- 3 313 Northwestern       2  2 25 16 5-4-18 FA

Allen Lazard     13   WR 6- 5 227 Iowa State         2  2 24 16 12-18-18 FA (Jaguars)

Marcedes Lewis   89   TE 6- 6 267 UCLA               2 14 35 16 5-24-18 FA (Jaguars)

Alex Light       70    T 6- 5 309 Richmond           2  2 23 13 5-4-18 FA

Corey Linsley    63    C 6- 3 301 Ohio State         6  6 28 16 2014 Draft - 5th round

Dean Lowry       94   DE 6- 6 296 Northwestern       4  4 25 16 2016 Draft - 4th round

Blake Martinez   50   LB 6- 2 237 Stanford           4  4 25 16 2016 Draft - 4th round

Lucas Patrick    62   OG 6- 3 313 Duke               3  3 26 14 6-1-16 FA

Will Redmond     25   CB 5-11 186 Mississippi State  2  2 26 13 9-11-18 FA (Chiefs)

Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California        15 15 36 16 2005 Draft - 1st round

Darnell Savage   26    S 5-11 198 Maryland           1  1 22 14 2019 Draft - 1st round

J.K. Scott        6    P 6- 6 208 Alabama            2  2 23 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Darrius Shepherd 10   WR 5-11 186 North Dakota St    1  1 24  6 5-6-19 FA

Preston Smith    91   LB 6- 5 265 Mississippi State  1  5 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Redskins)

Tremon Smith     27   DB 6- 0 190 Central Arkansas   1  2 23  7 9-16-19 FA (Chiefs)

Za'Darius Smith  55   LB 6- 4 272 Kentucky           1  5 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Ravens)

Jace Sternberger 87   TE 6- 4 251 Texas A & M        1  1 23  6 2019 Draft - 3rd round

Chandon Sullivan 39   DB 5-11 189 Georgia State      1  2 23 16 5-6-19 FA (Eagles)

Ty Summers       44   LB 6- 1 241 TCU                1  1 24 16 2019 Draft - 7th round

Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     6  6 30  2 5-10-13 FA

Robert Tonyan    85   TE 6- 5 237 Indiana State      2  2 25 11 12-5-17 FA (Lions)

Billy Turner     77    G 6- 5 310 North Dakota State 1  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Broncos)

M. V.-Scantling  83   WR 6- 4 206 South Florida      2  2 25 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Jared Veldheer   68   OT 6- 8 321 Hillsdale          1 10 32  2 11-27-19 FA (Patriots)

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

Danny Vitale     45   FB 6- 0 239 Northwestern       2  4 26 15 10-22-18 FA (Browns)

Dexter Williams  22   RB 5-11 212 Notre Dame         1  1 22  4 2019 Draft - 4th round

Jamaal Williams  30   RB 6- 0 213 BYU                3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 4th round

Tim Williams     47   LB 6- 3 252 Alabama            1  3 26  1 10-2-19 FA (Ravens)

Tramon Williams  38    S 5-11 191 Louisiana Tech    10 13 36 16 3-22-18 FA (Cards)

NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent

2019 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD

NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORGINALLY ACQUIRED

Evan Baylis (2)    TE Oregon            12-26-18 FA (Panthers)      9-19-19 (Active)

Ben Braden          G Michigan          9-12-19 FA (Jets)           11-7-19 (Release)

Tra Carson (2)     RB Texas A&M         10-19-18 FA (Bengals)       10-5-19 (Active)

Cody Conway         T Syracuse          11-26-19 FA (Titans)

Kabion Ento        CB Colorado          5-3-19 FA

Keon Hatcher       WR Arkansas          9-19-19 FA (Raiders)        10-31-19 (Release)

​James Looney (2)   DL California        2018 Draft - 7th round

Yosh Nijman         T Virginia Tech     5-3-19 FA                   11-26-19 (Active)

​Randy Ramsey       LB Arkansas          5-3-19 FA

Brady Sheldon (2)  LB Ferris State      11-6-18 FA (Browns)         10-1-19 (Release)

Darrius Shepherd   WR North Dakota St   5-6-19 FA               

Tremon Smith       CB Central Arkansas  9-16-19 FA (Chiefs)         10-29-19 (Active)

Malik Taylor       WR Ferris State      7-19-19 FA (Buccaneers)

Manny Wilkins      QB Arizona State     5-3-19 FA

Ethan Wolf (2)     TE Tennessee         10-30-18 FA (Titans)        1-7-19 (Release)

(2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD ITALICS - Activated during season

2019 PACKERS DRAFT (April 25-27, 2019)

RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES

1   12 Rahsan Gary              LB Michigan

1   21 Darnell Savage            S Maryland        A

1   30 Traded to Seattle                           A

2   44 Elgton Jenkins            C Mississippi St 

3   75 Jace Sternberger         TE Texas A & M

4  114 Traded to Seattle                           A

4  118 Traded to Seattle                           A-B

5  150 Kingsley Keke            DT Texas A & M

6  185 Ka'Dar Hollman           CB Toledo

6  194 Dexter Williams          RB Notre Dame      C

7  226 Ty Summers               LB TCU

A - Traded 2019 1st round (30th-traded), 2019 4th round (114th-traded) and 2019 4th round (118th-traded) to SEATTLE for 2019 1st round (21st-S Darnell Savage) (4-25-19) Z - Compensatory Pick B - Traded Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix to WASHINGTON for 2019 4th round (118th-traded to Seattle) (10-30-18) C - Traded Brett Hundley to ARIZONA for 2019 6th round (194th-RB Dexter Williams) (8-29-18)

FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS - None

FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS - None

FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

PLAYERS SIGNED - S Adrian Amos (Chicago), LB Preston Smith (Washington), LB Za’Darius Smith (Baltimore), T/G Billy Turner (Denver)

PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - None

PLAYERS LOST - CB Bashaud Breeland (Kansas City), WR Randall Cobb (Dallas), LB Clay Matthews (L.A. Rams), LB Jake Ryan (Jacksonville)

PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - None

FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None

ANCHOR

The 2019 YEAR IN FOOTBALL

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Philadelphia Eagles (9-7)

Head Coach: Doug Pederson

Passing Leader: Carson Wentz (4039)

Rushing Leader: Miles Sanders (818)

Receiving Leader: Zach Ertz (88-916)

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Dallas Cowboys (8-8)

Head Coach: Jason Garrett

Passing Leader: Dak Prescott (4902)

Rushing Leader: Ezekiel Elliott (1357)

Receiving Leader: Amari Cooper (79-1189)

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New York Giants (4-12)

Head Coach: Pat Shurmur

Passing Leader: Daniel Jones (3027)

Rushing Leader: Saquon Barkley (1003)

Receiving Leader: Sterling Shepard (57-576)

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Washington Redskins (3-13)

Head Coach: Jay Gruden (0-5)/Bill Callahan (3-8)

Passing Leader: Case Keenum (1707)

Rushing Leader: Adrian Peterson (898)

Receiving Leader: Terry McLaurin (58-919)

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Green Bay Packers (13-3)

Head Coach: Matt LeFleur

Passing Leader: Aaron Rodgers (4002)

Rushing Leader: Aaron Jones (1084)

Receiving Leader: Davante Adams (83-997)

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Minnesota Vikings (10-6)

Head Coach: Mike Zimmer

Passing Leader: Kirk Cousins (3603)

Rushing Leader: Dalvin Cook (1135)

Receiving Leader: Stefon Diggs (63-1130)

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Chicago Bears (8-8)

Head Coach: Matt Nagy

Passing Leader: Mitchell Trubisky (3138)

Rushing Leader: David Montgomery (889)

Receiving Leader: Allen Robinson (98-1147)

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Detroit Lions (3-12-1)

Head Coach: Matt Patricia

Passing Leader: Matthew Stafford (2499)

Rushing Leader: Kerryon Johnson (403)

Receiving Leader: Kenny Golladay (65-1190)

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New Orleans Saints (13-3)

Head Coach: Sean Payton

Passing Leader: Drew Brees (2979)

Rushing Leader: Alvin Kamara (797)

Receiving Leader: Michael Thomas (149-1725)

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Atlanta Falcons (7-9)

Head Coach: Dan Quinn

Passing Leader: Matt Ryan (4466)

Rushing Leader: Devonta Freeman (656)

Receiving Leader: Julio Jones (99-1394)

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-9)

Head Coach: Bruce Arians

Passing Leader: Jameis Winston (5109)

Rushing Leader: Ronald Jones II (724)

Receiving Leader: Chris Godwin (86-1333)

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Carolina Panthers (5-11)

Head Coach: Ron Rivera (5-7)/Perry Fewell (0-4)

Passing Leader: Kyle Allen (3322)

Rushing Leader: Christian McCaffrey (1387)

Receiving Leader: Christian McCaffrey (116-1005)

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San Francisco 49ers (13-3)

Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan

Passing Leader: Jimmy Garappolo (3978)

Rushing Leader: Raheem Mostert (772)

Receiving Leader: George Kittle (85-1053)

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Seattle Seahawks (11-5)

Head Coach: Pete Carroll

Passing Leader: Russell Wilson (4110)

Rushing Leader: Chris Carson (1230)

Receiving Leader: Tyler Lockett (82-1057)

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Los Angeles Rams (9-7)

Head Coach: Sean McVay

Passing Leader: Jared Goff (4638)

Rushing Leader: Todd Gurley (857)

Receiving Leader: Cooper Kupp (94-1161)

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Arizona Cardinals (5-10-1)

Head Coach: Kliff Kingsbury

Passing Leader: Kyler Murray (3722)

Rushing Leader: Kenyan Drake (643)

Receiving Leader: Larry Fitzgerald (75-804)

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5

Green Bay 10, CHICAGO 3

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8

Tennessee 43, CLEVELAND 13           Baltimore 59, MIAMI 10

MINNESOTA 28, Atlanta 12             Buffalo 17, NY JETS 16

PHILADELPHIA 32, Washington 27       LA Rams 30, CAROLINA 27

Kansas City 40, JACKSONVILLE 26      LA CHARGERS 30, Indianapolis 24 (OT)

SEATTLE 21, Cincinnati 20            DALLAS 35, NY Giants 17

ARIZONA 27, Detroit 27 (T)           San Francisco 31, TAMPA BAY 17

NEW ENGLAND 33, Pittsburgh 3

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9

NEW ORLEANS 30, Houston 28           OAKLAND 24, Denver 16

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    1  0 0 1.000  32  27 Buffalo          1  0 0 1.000  17  16

Dallas          1  0 0 1.000  35  17 New England      1  0 0 1.000  33   3

Washington      0  1 0  .000  27  32 Miami            0  1 0  .000  10  59

NY Giants       0  1 0  .000  17  35 NY Jets          0  1 0  .000  16  17

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       1  0 0 1.000  10   3 Baltimore        1  0 0 1.000  59  10

Minnesota       1  0 0 1.000  28  12 Pittsburgh       0  1 0  .000   3  33

Detroit         0  0 1  .500  27  27 Cincinnati       0  1 0  .000  20  21

Chicago         0  1 0  .000   3  10 Cleveland        0  1 0  .000  13  43

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     1  0 0 1.000  30  28 Tennessee        1  0 0 1.000  43  13

Carolina        0  1 0  .000  27  30 Houston          0  1 0  .000  28  30

Tampa Bay       0  1 0  .000  17  31 Indianapolis     0  1 0  .000  24  30

Atlanta         0  1 0  .000  12  28 Jacksonville     0  1 0  .000  26  40

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

LA Rams         1  0 0 1.000  30  27 Kansas City      1  0 0 1.000  40  26

Seattle         1  0 0 1.000  21  20 LA Chargers      1  0 0 1.000  30  24

San Francisco   1  0 0 1.000  31  17 Oakland          1  0 0 1.000  24  16

Arizona         0  0 1  .500  27  27 Denver           0  1 0  .000  16  24

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12

Tampa Bay 20, CAROLINA 14

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15

GREEN BAY 21, Minnesota 16           San Francisco 41, CINCINNATI 17

DETROIT 13, LA Chargers 10           Indianapolis 19, TENNESSEE 17

New England 43, MIAMI 0              Buffalo 28, NY GIANTS 14

Seattle 28, PITTSBURGH 26            Dallas 31, WASHINGTON 21

BALTIMORE 23, Arizona 17             HOUSTON 13, Jacksonville 12

Kansas City 28, OAKLAND 10           Chicago 16, DENVER 14

LA RAMS 27, New Orleans 9            ATLANTA 24, Philadelphia 20

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16

Cleveland 23, NY JETS 3

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          2  0 0 1.000  66  38 Buffalo          2  0 0 1.000  45  30

Philadelphia    1  1 0  .500  52  51 New England      2  0 0 1.000  76   3

Washington      0  2 0  .000  48  63 Miami            0  2 0  .000  10 102

NY Giants       0  2 0  .000  31  63 NY Jets          0  2 0  .000  19  40

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       2  0 0 1.000  31  19 Baltimore        2  0 0 1.000  82  27

Detroit         1  0 1  .750  40  37 Cleveland        1  1 0  .500  36  46

Minnesota       1  1 0  .500  44  33 Cincinnati       0  2 0  .000  37  62

Chicago         1  1 0  .500  19  24 Pittsburgh       0  2 0  .000  29  61

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     1  1 0  .500  39  55 Tennessee        1  1 0  .500  60  32

Atlanta         1  1 0  .500  36  48 Houston          1  1 0  .500  41  42

Tampa Bay       1  1 0  .500  37  45 Indianapolis     1  1 0  .500  43  47

Carolina        0  2 0  .000  41  50 Jacksonville     0  2 0  .000  38  53

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

LA Rams         2  0 0 1.000  57  36 Kansas City      2  0 0 1.000  68  36

Seattle         2  0 0 1.000  49  46 LA Chargers      1  1 0  .500  40  37

San Francisco   2  0 0 1.000  72  34 Oakland          1  1 0  .500  34  44

Arizona         0  1 1  .250  44  50 Denver           0  2 0  .000  30  40

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19

JACKSONVILLE 20, Tennessee 7

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22

GREEN BAY 27, Denver 16              BUFFALO 21, Cincinnati 17

DALLAS 31, Miami 6                   INDIANAPOLIS 27, Atlanta 24

KANSAS CITY 33, Baltimore 28         MINNESOTA 34, Oakland 14

NEW ENGLAND 30, NY Jets 14           Detroit 27, PHILADELPHIA 24

Carolina 38, ARIZONA 20              NY Giants 32, TAMPA BAY 31

Houston 27, LA CHARGERS 20           SAN FRANCISCO 24, Pittsburgh 20

New Orleans 33, SEATTLE 27           LA Rams 20, CLEVELAND 13

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 23

Chicago 31, WASHINGTON 15

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          3  0 0 1.000  97  44 Buffalo          3  0 0 1.000  66  47

Philadelphia    1  2 0  .333  76  78 New England      3  0 0 1.000 106  17

NY Giants       1  2 0  .333  63  94 Miami            0  3 0  .000  16 133

Washington      0  3 0  .000  63  94 NY Jets          0  3 0  .000  33  70

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       3  0 0 1.000  58  25 Baltimore        2  1 0  .667 110  60

Detroit         2  0 1  .833  67  61 Cleveland        1  2 0  .333  49  66

Minnesota       2  1 0  .667  78  47 Cincinnati       0  3 0  .000  54  83

Chicago         2  1 0  .667  50  39 Pittsburgh       0  3 0  .000  49  85

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     2  1 0  .667  72  82 Indianapolis     2  1 0  .667  70  71

Atlanta         1  2 0  .333  60  75 Houston          2  1 0  .667  68  62

Tampa Bay       1  2 0  .333  68  77 Tennessee        1  2 0  .333  67  52

Carolina        1  2 0  .333  79  70 Jacksonville     1  2 0  .333  58  60

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

LA Rams         3  0 0 1.000  77  49 Kansas City      3  0 0 1.000 101  64

San Francisco   3  0 0 1.000  96  54 LA Chargers      1  2 0  .333  60  64

Seattle         2  1 0  .667  76  79 Oakland          1  2 0  .333  48  78

Arizona         0  2 1  .167  64  88 Denver           0  3 0  .000  46  67

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26

Philadelphia 34, GREEN BAY 27

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29

Tennessee 24, ATLANTA 10             New England 16, BUFFALO 10

Kansas City 31, DETROIT 24           LA Chargers 30, MIAMI 10

NY GIANTS 24, Washington 3           Cleveland 40, BALTIMORE 25

Carolina 16, HOUSTON 10              Tampa Bay 55, LA RAMS 40

Seattle 27, ARIZONA 10               CHICAGO 16, Minnesota 6

Jacksonville 26, DENVER 24           NEW ORLEANS 12, Dallas 10

Oakland 31, INDIANAPOLIS 24

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30

PITTSBURGH 27, Cincinnati 3

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          3  1 0  .750 107  56 New England      4  0 0 1.000 122  27

Philadelphia    2  2 0  .500 110 105 Buffalo          3  1 0  .750  76  63

NY Giants       2  2 0  .500  87  97 NY Jets          0  3 0  .000  33  70

Washington      0  4 0  .000  66 118 Miami            0  4 0  .000  26 163

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       3  1 0  .750  85  59 Baltimore        2  2 0  .500 135 100

Chicago         3  1 0  .750  66  49 Cleveland        2  2 0  .500  89  91

Detroit         2  1 1  .625  91  92 Pittsburgh       1  3 0  .250  76  88

Minnesota       2  2 0  .500  84  63 Cincinnati       0  4 0  .000  57 110

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     3  1 0  .750  84  92 Indianapolis     2  2 0  .500  94 102

Carolina        2  2 0  .500  95  80 Houston          2  2 0  .500  78  78

Tampa Bay       2  2 0  .500 123 117 Tennessee        2  2 0  .500  91  62

Atlanta         1  3 0  .250  70  99 Jacksonville     2  2 0  .500  84  84

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   3  0 0 1.000  96  54 Kansas City      4  0 0 1.000 132  88

Seattle         3  1 0  .750 103  89 LA Chargers      2  2 0  .500  90  74

LA Rams         3  1 0  .750 117 104 Oakland          2  2 0  .500  79 102

Arizona         0  3 1  .125  74 115 Denver           0  4 0  .000  70  93

Bye - NY Jets, San Francisco

THURSDAY OCTOBER 3

SEATTLE 30, LA Rams 29

SUNDAY OCTOBER 6

Green Bay 34, DALLAS 24              Arizona 26, CINCINNATI 23

Buffalo 14, TENNESSEE 7              Oakland 24, Chicago 21 at London

NEW ORLEANS 31, Tampa Bay 24         Minnesota 28, NY GIANTS 10

PHILADELPHIA 31, NY Jets 6           Baltimore 26, PITTSBURGH 23 (OT)

New England 33, WASHINGTON 7         CAROLINA 34, Jacksonville 27

HOUSTON 53, Atlanta 32               Denver 20, LA CHARGERS 13

Indianapolis 19, KANSAS CITY 13

MONDAY OCTOBER 7

SAN FRANCISCO 31, Cleveland 3

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          3  2 0  .600 131  90 New England      5  0 0 1.000 155  34

Philadelphia    3  2 0  .600 141 111 Buffalo          4  1 0  .800  90  70

NY Giants       2  3 0  .400  97 125 NY Jets          0  4 0  .000  39 101

Washington      0  5 0  .000  73 151 Miami            0  4 0  .000  26 163

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       4  1 0  .800 119  83 Baltimore        3  2 0  .600 161 123

Detroit         2  1 1  .625  91  92 Cleveland        2  3 0  .400  92 122

Minnesota       3  2 0  .600 112  73 Pittsburgh       1  4 0  .200  99 114

Chicago         3  2 0  .600  87  73 Cincinnati       0  5 0  .000  80 136

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     4  1 0  .800 115 116 Indianapolis     3  2 0  .600 113 115

Carolina        3  2 0  .600 129 107 Houston          3  2 0  .600 131 110

Tampa Bay       2  3 0  .400 147 148 Tennessee        2  3 0  .400  98  76

Atlanta         1  4 0  .200 102 152 Jacksonville     2  3 0  .400 111 118

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   4  0 0 1.000 127  57 Kansas City      4  1 0  .800 145 107

Seattle         4  1 0  .800 133 118 Oakland          3  2 0  .600 103 123

LA Rams         3  2 0  .600 146 134 LA Chargers      2  3 0  .400 103  94

Arizona         1  3 1  .300 100 138 Denver           1  4 0  .200  90 106

Bye - Detroit, Miami

THURSDAY OCTOBER 10

NEW ENGLAND 35, NY Giants 14

SUNDAY OCTOBER 13

Carolina 37, Tampa Bay 26 @ London   Seattle 32, CLEVELAND 28

Houston 31, KANSAS CITY 24           Washington 17, MIAMI 16

MINNESOTA 38, Philadelphia 20        New Orleans 13, JACKSONVILLE 6

BALTIMORE 23, CINCINNATI 17          San Francisco 20, LA RAMS 7

ARIZONA 34, Atlanta 33               DENVER 16, Tennessee 0

NY JETS 24, Dallas 22                Pittsburgh 24, LA CHARGERS 17

MONDAY OCTOBER 14

GREEN BAY 23, Detroit 22

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          3  3 0  .500 153 114 New England      6  0 0 1.000 190  48

Philadelphia    3  3 0  .500 155 146 Buffalo          4  1 0  .800  90  70

NY Giants       2  4 0  .333 111 160 NY Jets          1  4 0  .200  63 123

Washington      1  5 0  .167  90 167 Miami            0  5 0  .000  42 180

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       5  1 0  .800 142 105 Baltimore        4  2 0  .667 184 140

Minnesota       4  2 0  .667 150  93 Cleveland        2  4 0  .333 120 154

Chicago         3  2 0  .600  87  73 Pittsburgh       2  4 0  .333 123 131

Detroit         2  2 1  .500 113 115 Cincinnati       0  6 0  .000  97 159

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     5  1 0  .833 128 122 Houston          4  2 0  .667 162 134

Carolina        4  2 0  .667 166 133 Indianapolis     3  2 0  .600 113 115

Tampa Bay       2  4 0  .333 173 185 Tennessee        2  4 0  .333  98  92

Atlanta         1  5 0  .167 135 186 Jacksonville     2  4 0  .333 117 131

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   5  0 0 1.000 147  64 Kansas City      4  2 0  .667 169 138

Seattle         5  1 0  .833 165 146 Oakland          3  2 0  .600 103 123

LA Rams         3  3 0  .500 153 154 LA Chargers      2  4 0  .333 120 118

Arizona         2  3 1  .417 134 171 Denver           2  4 0  .333 106 106

Bye - Buffalo, Chicago, Indianapolis, Oakland

THURSDAY OCTOBER 17

Kansas City 30, DENVER 6

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20

GREEN BAY 42, Oakland 24             LA Rams 37, ATLANTA 10

BUFFALO 31, Miami 21                 Jacksonville 27, CINCINNATI 17

Minnesota 42, DETROIT 30             INDIANAPOLIS 30, Houston 22

Arizona 27, NY GIANTS 21             San Francisco 9, WASHINGTON 0

TENNESSEE 23, LA Chargers 20         New Orleans 36, CHICAGO 25

Baltimore 30, SEATTLE 16             DALLAS 37, Philadelphia 10

MONDAY OCTOBER 21

New England 33, NY JETS 0

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          4  3 0  .571 190 124 New England      7  0 0 1.000 223  48

Philadelphia    3  4 0  .429 165 183 Buffalo          5  1 0  .833 121  91

NY Giants       2  5 0  .286 132 187 NY Jets          1  5 0  .167  63 156

Washington      1  6 0  .143  90 176 Miami            0  6 0  .000  63 211

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       6  1 0  .857 184 129 Baltimore        5  2 0  .714 214 156

Minnesota       5  2 0  .714 192 123 Cleveland        2  4 0  .333 120 154

Chicago         3  3 0  .500 112 109 Pittsburgh       2  4 0  .333 123 131

Detroit         2  3 1  .417 143 157 Cincinnati       0  7 0  .000 114 186

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     6  1 0  .857 164 147 Indianapolis     4  2 0  .667 143 137

Carolina        4  2 0  .667 166 133 Houston          4  3 0  .571 184 164

Tampa Bay       2  4 0  .333 173 185 Tennessee        3  4 0  .429 121 112

Atlanta         1  6 0  .143 145 223 Jacksonville     3  4 0  .429 144 148

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   6  0 0 1.000 156  64 Kansas City      5  2 0  .714 199 144

Seattle         5  2 0  .714 171 176 Oakland          3  3 0  .500 127 165

LA Rams         4  3 0  .571 190 164 LA Chargers      2  5 0  .286 140 141

Arizona         3  3 1  .500 161 192 Denver           2  5 0  .286 112 136

Bye - Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Carolina

THURSDAY OCTOBER 24

MINNESOTA 19, Washington 9

SUNDAY OCTOBER 27

Green Bay 31, KANSAS CITY 24         Seattle 27, ATLANTA 20

Philadelphia 31, BUFFALO 13          LA Chargers 17, CHICAGO 16

DETROIT 31, NY Giants 26             TENNESSEE 27, Tampa Bay 23

INDIANAPOLIS 15, Denver 13           LA Rams 24, Cincinnati 10 at London

NEW ORLEANS 31, Arizona 9            JACKSONVILLE 29, NY Jets 15

SAN FRANCISCO 51, Carolina 13        NEW ENGLAND 27, Cleveland 13

HOUSTON 27, Oakland 23

MONDAY OCTOBER 28

PITTSBURGH 27, Miami 14

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          4  3 0  .571 190 124 New England      8  0 0 1.000 250  61

Philadelphia    4  4 0  .500 196 196 Buffalo          5  2 0  .714 134 122

NY Giants       2  6 0  .250 158 218 NY Jets          1  6 0  .143  78 185

Washington      1  7 0  .125  99 195 Miami            0  7 0  .000  77 238

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       7  1 0  .875 215 153 Baltimore        5  2 0  .714 214 156

Minnesota       6  2 0  .750 211 132 Pittsburgh       3  4 0  .429 150 145

Detroit         3  3 1  .500 174 183 Cleveland        2  5 0  .286 133 181

Chicago         3  4 0  .429 128 126 Cincinnati       0  8 0  .000 124 210

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     7  1 0  .875 195 156 Indianapolis     5  2 0  .714 158 150

Carolina        4  3 0  .571 179 184 Houston          5  3 0  .625 211 187

Tampa Bay       2  5 0  .286 196 212 Tennessee        4  4 0  .500 148 135

Atlanta         1  7 0  .125 165 250 Jacksonville     4  4 0  .500 173 163

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   7  0 0 1.000 207  77 Kansas City      5  3 0  .625 223 175

Seattle         6  2 0  .750 198 196 Oakland          3  4 0  .429 150 192

LA Rams         5  3 0  .625 214 174 LA Chargers      3  5 0  .375 157 157

Arizona         3  4 1  .438 170 223 Denver           2  6 0  .250 125 151

Bye - Dallas, Baltimore

THURSDAY OCTOBER 31

San Francisco 28, ARIZONA 25

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3

LA CHARGERS 26, Green Bay 11         Houston 26, Jacksonville 3 at London

BUFFALO 24, Washington 9             KANSAS CITY 26, Minnesota 23

MIAMI 26, NY Jets 18                 PHILADELPHIA 22, Chicago 14

PITTSBURGH 26, Indianapolis 24       CAROLINA 30, Tennessee 20

OAKLAND 31, Detroit 24               SEATTLE 40, Tampa Bay 34 (OT)

BALTIMORE 37, New England 20         DENVER 24, Cleveland 19

MONDAY NOVEMBER 4

Dallas 37, NY GIANTS 18

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          5  3 0  .625 227 142 New England      8  1 0  .889 270  98

Philadelphia    5  4 0  .556 218 210 Buffalo          6  2 0  .750 158 131

NY Giants       2  7 0  .222 176 255 NY Jets          1  7 0  .125  96 211

Washington      1  8 0  .111 108 219 Miami            1  7 0  .125 103 256

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       7  2 0  .778 226 179 Baltimore        6  2 0  .750 251 176

Minnesota       6  3 0  .667 234 158 Pittsburgh       4  4 0  .500 176 169

Detroit         3  4 1  .438 198 214 Cleveland        2  6 0  .250 152 205

Chicago         3  5 0  .375 142 148 Cincinnati       0  8 0  .000 124 210

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     7  1 0  .875 195 156 Houston          6  3 0  .667 237 190

Carolina        5  3 0  .625 209 204 Indianapolis     5  3 0  .625 182 176

Tampa Bay       2  6 0  .250 230 252 Tennessee        4  5 0  .444 168 165

Atlanta         1  7 0  .125 165 250 Jacksonville     4  5 0  .444 176 189

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   8  0 0 1.000 235 102 Kansas City      6  3 0  .667 249 198

Seattle         7  2 0  .778 238 230 Oakland          4  4 0  .500 181 216

LA Rams         5  3 0  .625 214 174 LA Chargers      4  5 0  .444 183 168

Arizona         3  5 1  .388 195 251 Denver           3  6 0  .333 149 170

Bye - Atlanta, Cincinnati, LA Rams, New Orleans

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7

OAKLAND 26, LA Chargers 24

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10

GREEN BAY 24, Carolina 16            CHICAGO 20, Detroit 13

Baltimore 49, CINCINNATI 13          CLEVELAND 19, Buffalo 16

TENNESSEE 35, Kansas City 32         Atlanta 26, NEW ORLEANS 9

NY JETS 34, NY Giants 27             TAMPA BAY 30, Arizona 27

Miami 16, INDIANAPOLIS 12            PITTSBURGH 17, LA Rams 12

Minnesota 28, DALLAS 24

MONDAY NOVEMBER 11

Seattle 27, SAN FRANCISCO 24 (OT)

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          5  4 0  .556 251 170 New England      8  1 0  .889 270  98

Philadelphia    5  4 0  .556 218 210 Buffalo          6  3 0  .667 174 150

NY Giants       2  8 0  .200 203 289 NY Jets          2  7 0  .222 130 238

Washington      1  8 0  .111 108 219 Miami            2  7 0  .222 119 258

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       8  2 0  .800 250 195 Baltimore        7  2 0  .778 300 189

Minnesota       7  3 0  .700 262 182 Pittsburgh       5  4 0  .556 193 181

Chicago         4  5 0  .444 162 161 Cleveland        3  6 0  .333 171 221

Detroit         3  5 1  .389 211 234 Cincinnati       0  9 0  .000 137 259

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     7  2 0  .778 204 182 Houston          6  3 0  .667 237 190

Carolina        5  4 0  .556 225 228 Indianapolis     5  4 0  .556 194 192

Tampa Bay       3  6 0  .333 260 279 Tennessee        5  5 0  .500 203 197

Atlanta         2  7 0  .222 191 259 Jacksonville     4  5 0  .444 176 189

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   8  1 0  .889 259 129 Kansas City      6  4 0  .600 281 233

Seattle         8  2 0  .800 265 254 Oakland          5  4 0  .556 207 240

LA Rams         5  4 0  .556 226 191 LA Chargers      4  6 0  .400 207 194

Arizona         3  6 1  .350 222 281 Denver           3  6 0  .333 149 170

Bye - Denver, New England, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Houston

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14

CLEVELAND 21, Pittsburgh 7

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17

Dallas 35, DETROIT 27                INDIANAPOLIS 33, Jacksonville 13

Buffalo 37, MIAMI 20                 MINNESOTA 27, Denver 23

NEW ORLEANS 34, Tampa Bay 17         NY Jets 34, WASHINGTON 17

Atlanta 29, CAROLINA 3               BALTIMORE 41, Houston 7

SAN FRANCISCO 36, Arizona 26         OAKLAND 17, Cincinnati 10

New England 17, PHILADELPHIA 10      LA RAMS 17, Chicago 7

MONDAY NOVEMBER 18

Kansas City 24, LA Chargers 17 at Mexico City

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          6  4 0  .600 286 197 New England      9  1 0  .900 287 108

Philadelphia    5  5 0  .500 228 227 Buffalo          7  3 0  .700 211 170

NY Giants       2  8 0  .200 203 289 NY Jets          3  7 0  .300 164 255

Washington      1  9 0  .100 125 253 Miami            2  8 0  .200 139 295

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       8  2 0  .800 250 195 Baltimore        8  2 0  .800 341 196

Minnesota       8  3 0  .727 289 205 Pittsburgh       5  5 0  .500 200 202

Chicago         4  6 0  .400 169 178 Cleveland        4  6 0  .400 192 228

Detroit         3  6 1  .350 238 269 Cincinnati       0 10 0  .000 147 276

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     8  2 0  .800 238 199 Houston          6  4 0  .600 244 231

Carolina        5  5 0  .500 228 257 Indianapolis     6  4 0  .600 227 205

Tampa Bay       3  7 0  .300 277 313 Tennessee        5  5 0  .500 203 197

Atlanta         3  7 0  .300 220 262 Jacksonville     4  6 0  .400 189 222

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco   9  1 0  .900 295 155 Kansas City      7  4 0  .636 305 250

Seattle         8  2 0  .800 265 254 Oakland          6  4 0  .600 224 250

LA Rams         6  4 0  .600 243 198 LA Chargers      4  7 0  .364 224 218

Arizona         3  7 1  .319 248 317 Denver           3  7 0  .300 172 197

Bye - GREEN BAY, Tennessee, NY Giants, Seattle

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21

HOUSTON 20, Indianapolis 17

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24

SAN FRANCISCO 37, Green Bay 8        Tampa Bay 35, ATLANTA 22

BUFFALO 20, Denver 3                 CHICAGO 19, NY Giants 14

Pittsburgh 16, CINCINNATI 10         CLEVELAND 41, Miami 24

NEW ORLEANS 34, Carolina 31          NY JETS 34, Oakland 3

Seattle 17, PHILADELPHIA 9           WASHINGTON 19, Detroit 16

TENNESSEE 42, Jacksonville 20        NEW ENGLAND 13, Dallas 9

MONDAY NOVEMBER 25

Baltimore 45, LA RAMS 6

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          6  5 0  .545 295 210 New England     10  1 0  .909 300 117

Philadelphia    5  6 0  .455 237 244 Buffalo          8  3 0  .727 231 173

NY Giants       2  9 0  .182 217 308 NY Jets          4  7 0  .364 198 258

Washington      2  9 0  .182 144 269 Miami            2  9 0  .182 163 336

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       8  3 0  .727 258 232 Baltimore        9  2 0  .818 386 202

Minnesota       8  3 0  .727 289 205 Pittsburgh       6  5 0  .545 216 212

Chicago         5  6 0  .455 188 192 Cleveland        5  6 0  .455 233 252

Detroit         3  7 1  .319 254 288 Cincinnati       0 11 0  .000 157 292

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     9  2 0  .818 272 230 Houston          7  4 0  .636 264 248

Carolina        5  6 0  .455 259 291 Indianapolis     6  5 0  .545 244 225

Tampa Bay       4  7 0  .364 312 335 Tennessee        6  5 0  .455 245 217

Atlanta         3  8 0  .273 242 297 Jacksonville     4  7 0  .364 209 264

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco  10  1 0  .909 332 163 Kansas City      7  4 0  .636 305 250

Seattle         9  2 0  .818 282 263 Oakland          6  5 0  .545 227 284

LA Rams         6  5 0  .545 249 243 LA Chargers      4  7 0  .364 224 218

Arizona         3  7 1  .319 248 317 Denver           3  8 0  .273 175 217

Bye - Kansas City, Minnesota, Arizona, LA Chargers

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28

Chicago 24, DETROIT 20               Buffalo 26, DALLAS 15

New Orleans 26, ATLANTA 18

SUNDAY DECEMBER 1

Green Bay 31, NY GIANTS 13           CINCINNATI 22, NY Jets 6

Tennessee 31, INDIANAPOLIS 17        MIAMI 37, Philadelphia 31

PITTSBURGH 20, Cleveland 13          Washington 29, CAROLINA 21

Tampa Bay 28, JACKSONVILLE 11        BALTIMORE 20, San Francisco 17

LA Rams 34, ARIZONA 7                DENVER 23, LA Chargers 20

KANSAS CITY 40, Oakland 9            HOUSTON 28, New England 22

MONDAY DECEMBER 2

SEATTLE 37, Minnesota 30

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          6  6 0  .500 310 236 New England     10  2 0  .833 322 145

Philadelphia    5  7 0  .417 268 281 Buffalo          9  3 0  .750 257 188

Washington      3  9 0  .250 173 290 NY Jets          4  8 0  .333 204 280

NY Giants       2 10 0  .167 230 339 Miami            3  9 0  .250 200 367

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       9  3 0  .750 289 245 Baltimore       10  2 0  .833 406 219

Minnesota       8  4 0  .667 319 242 Pittsburgh       7  5 0  .583 236 225

Chicago         6  6 0  .500 212 212 Cleveland        5  7 0  .417 246 272

Detroit         3  8 1  .292 274 312 Cincinnati       1 11 0  .083 179 298

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  10  2 0  .833 298 248 Houston          8  4 0  .667 292 270

Carolina        5  7 0  .417 280 320 Tennessee        7  5 0  .583 276 234

Tampa Bay       5  7 0  .417 340 346 Indianapolis     6  6 0  .500 261 256

Atlanta         3  9 0  .250 260 323 Jacksonville     4  8 0  .333 220 292

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco  10  2 0  .833 349 183 Kansas City      8  4 0  .667 345 259

Seattle        10  2 0  .833 319 293 Oakland          6  6 0  .500 236 324

LA Rams         7  5 0  .583 283 250 LA Chargers      4  8 0  .333 244 241

Arizona         3  8 1  .292 255 351 Denver           4  8 0  .333 198 237

X-Clinched division title

THURSDAY DECEMBER 5

CHICAGO 31, Dallas 24

SUNDAY DECEMBER 8

GREEN BAY 20, Washington 15          ATLANTA 40, Carolina 20

Baltimore 24, BUFFALO 17             CLEVELAND 27, Cincinnati 19

MINNESOTA 20, Detroit 7              San Francisco 48, NEW ORLEANS 46

NY JETS 22, Miami 21                 TAMPA BAY 38, Indianapolis 35

Denver 38, HOUSTON 24                LA Chargers 45, JACKSONVILLE 10

Tennessee 42, OAKLAND 21             Kansas City 23, NEW ENGLAND 16

Pittsburgh 23, ARIZONA 17            LA RAMS 28, Seattle 12

MONDAY DECEMBER 9

PHILADELPHIA 23, NY Giants 17 (OT)

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          6  7 0  .462 334 267 New England     10  3 0  .769 338 168

Philadelphia    6  7 0  .462 291 298 Buffalo          9  4 0  .692 274 212

Washington      3 10 0  .231 188 310 NY Jets          5  8 0  .385 226 301

NY Giants       2 11 0  .154 247 362 Miami            3 10 0  .231 221 389

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY      10  3 0  .769 309 260 X-Baltimore     11  2 0  .846 430 236

Minnesota       9  4 0  .692 339 249 Pittsburgh       8  5 0  .615 259 242

Chicago         7  6 0  .538 243 236 Cleveland        6  7 0  .462 273 291

Detroit         3  9 1  .269 281 332 Cincinnati       1 12 0  .083 198 325

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  10  3 0  .769 344 296 Houston          8  5 0  .615 316 308

Tampa Bay       6  7 0  .462 378 381 Tennessee        8  5 0  .615 318 255

Carolina        5  8 0  .385 300 360 Indianapolis     6  7 0  .462 296 294

Atlanta         4  9 0  .308 300 343 Jacksonville     4  9 0  .308 230 337

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

San Francisco  11  2 0  .846 397 229 X-Kansas City    9  4 0  .692 368 275

Seattle        10  3 0  .769 331 321 Oakland          6  7 0  .462 257 366

LA Rams         8  5 0  .615 311 262 LA Chargers      5  8 0  .385 289 251

Arizona         3  9 1  .269 272 374 Denver           5  8 0  .385 236 261

X-Clinched division title

THURSDAY DECEMBER 12

Baltimore 42, NY JETS 21

SUNDAY DECEMBER 15

GREEN BAY 21, Chicago 13             NEW ENGLAND 34, Cincinnati 13

Tampa Bay 38, DETROIT 17             Seattle 30, CAROLINA 24

Houston 24, TENNESSEE 21             KANSAS CITY 23, Denver 3

NY GIANTS 36, Miami 20               Philadelphia 37, WASHINGTON 27

Jacksonville 20, OAKLAND 16          ARIZONA 38, Cleveland 24

Minnesota 39, LA CHARGERS 10         DALLAS 44, LA Rams 21
Atlanta 29, SAN FRANCISCO 22         Buffalo 17, PITTSBURGH 10

MONDAY DECEMBER 16

NEW ORLEANS 34, Indianapolis 7

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          7  7 0  .500 378 288 Y-New England   11  3 0  .786 372 181

Philadelphia    7  7 0  .500 328 325 Y-Buffalo       10  4 0  .714 291 222

Washington      3 11 0  .214 215 347 NY Jets          5  9 0  .357 247 343

NY Giants       3 11 0  .214 283 382 Miami            3 11 0  .214 241 425

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

Y-GREEN BAY    11  3 0  .786 330 273 X-Baltimore     12  2 0  .857 472 257

Minnesota      10  4 0  .714 378 259 Pittsburgh       8  6 0  .571 269 259

Chicago         7  7 0  .500 256 257 Cleveland        6  8 0  .429 297 329

Detroit         3 10 1  .250 298 370 Cincinnati       1 13 0  .071 211 359

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  11  3 0  .786 378 303 Houston          9  5 0  .643 340 329

Tampa Bay       7  7 0  .500 416 398 Tennessee        8  6 0  .571 339 279

Carolina        5  9 0  .357 324 390 Indianapolis     6  8 0  .429 303 328

Atlanta         5  9 0  .357 329 365 Jacksonville     5  9 0  .357 250 353

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Y-S. Francisco 11  3 0  .786 419 258 X-Kansas City   10  4 0  .714 391 278

Y-Seattle      11  3 0  .786 361 345 Oakland          6  8 0  .429 273 386

LA Rams         8  6 0  .571 332 306 LA Chargers      5  9 0  .357 299 290

Arizona         4  9 1  .321 310 398 Denver           5  9 0  .357 239 284

X-Clinched division title

SATURDAY DECEMBER 21

Houston 23, TAMPA BAY 20             NEW ENGLAND 24, Buffalo 17

SAN FRANCISCO 34, LA Rams 31

SUNDAY DECEMBER 22

ATLANTA 24, Jacksonville 12          Baltimore 31, CLEVELAND 15

New Orleans 38, TENNESSEE 28         INDIANAPOLIS 38, Carolina 6

MIAMI 38, Cincinnati 35 (OT)         NY JETS 16, Pittsburgh 10

NY Giants 41, WASHINGTON 35 (OT)     DENVER 27, Detroit 17

Oakland 24, LA CHARGERS 17           PHILADELPHIA 17, Dallas 9

Arizona 27, SEATTLE 13               Kansas City 26, CHICAGO 3

MONDAY DECEMBER 23

Green Bay 23, MINNESOTA 10

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    8  7 0  .533 345 334 X-New England   12  3 0  .800 396 198

Dallas          7  8 0  .467 387 305 Y-Buffalo       10  5 0  .667 308 246

NY Giants       4 11 0  .267 324 417 NY Jets          6  9 0  .400 263 353

Washington      3 12 0  .200 250 388 Miami            4 11 0  .267 279 460

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    12  3 0  .800 353 283 X-Baltimore     13  2 0  .867 503 272

Y-Minnesota    10  5 0  .667 388 282 Pittsburgh       8  7 0  .533 279 275

Chicago         7  8 0  .467 259 283 Cleveland        6  9 0  .400 312 360

Detroit         3 11 1  .233 315 397 Cincinnati       1 14 0  .067 246 397

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  12  3 0  .800 416 331 X-Houston       10  5 0  .667 363 349

Tampa Bay       7  8 0  .467 436 421 Tennessee        8  7 0  .533 367 317

Atlanta         6  9 0  .400 353 377 Indianapolis     7  8 0  .467 341 334

Carolina        5 10 0  .333 330 428 Jacksonville     5 10 0  .333 262 377

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Y-S. Francisco 12  3 0  .800 453 289 X-Kansas City   11  4 0  .733 417 281

Y-Seattle      11  4 0  .733 374 372 Oakland          7  8 0  .467 297 403

LA Rams         8  7 0  .533 363 340 Denver           6  9 0  .400 266 301

Arizona         5  9 1  .367 337 411 LA Chargers      5 10 0  .333 316 314

X-Clinched division title

SUNDAY DECEMBER 29

Green Bay 23, DETROIT 20             NY Jets 13, BUFFALO 6

Chicago 21, MINNESOTA 19             Miami 27, NEW ENGLAND 24

Atlanta 28, TAMPA BAY 22 (OT)        CINCINNATI 33, Cleveland 23

New Orleans 42, CAROLINA 10          BALTIMORE 28, Pittsburgh 10

DALLAS 47, Washington 16             KANSAS CITY 31, LA Chargers 21

Philadelphia 34, NY GIANTS 17        DENVER 16, Oakland 15

LA RAMS 31, Arizona 24               JACKSONVILLE 38, Indianapolis 20

San Francisco 26, SEATTLE 21         Tennessee 35, HOUSTON 14

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

X-Philadelphia  9  7 0  .563 379 351 X-New England   12  4 0  .750 420 225

Dallas          8  8 0  .500 434 321 Y-Buffalo       10  6 0  .625 314 259

NY Giants       4 12 0  .250 341 451 NY Jets          7  9 0  .438 276 359

Washington      3 13 0  .188 266 435 Miami            5 11 0  .313 306 484

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    13  3 0  .813 376 303 X-Baltimore     14  2 0  .875 531 282

Y-Minnesota    10  6 0  .625 407 303 Pittsburgh       8  8 0  .500 289 303

Chicago         8  8 0  .500 280 302 Cleveland        6 10 0  .375 335 393

Detroit         3 12 1  .219 335 420 Cincinnati       2 14 0  .125 279 420

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  13  3 0  .813 458 341 X-Houston       10  6 0  .625 377 384

Atlanta         7  9 0  .438 381 399 Y-Tennessee      9  7 0  .563 402 331

Tampa Bay       7  9 0  .438 458 449 Indianapolis     7  9 0  .438 361 372

Carolina        5 11 0  .313 340 470 Jacksonville     6 10 0  .375 300 397

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

X-S. Francisco 13  3 0  .813 479 310 X-Kansas City   12  4 0  .750 448 302

Y-Seattle      11  5 0  .688 395 398 Denver           7  9 0  .438 282 316

LA Rams         9  7 0  .563 394 364 Oakland          7  9 0  .438 312 419

Arizona         5 10 1  .344 361 442 LA Chargers      5 11 0  .313 337 345

X-Clinched division title

2019 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

Wildcard - Sat Jan 4 - HOUSTON (10-6) 22, Buffalo (10-6) 19 (OT)

Wildcard - Sun Jan 5 - Tennessee (9-7) 20, NEW ENGLAND (12-4) 13

Divisional - Sat Jan 11 - Tennessee (10-7) 28, BALTIMORE (14-2) 12

Divisional - Sun Jan 12 - KANSAS CITY (12-4) 51, Houston (11-6) 31

Conference - Sun Jan 19 - KANSAS CITY (13-4) 35, Tennessee (11-7) 24

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

Wildcard - Sat Jan 5 - Minnesota (10-6) 26, NEW ORLEANS (13-3) 20 (OT)

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New England Patriots (12-4)

Head Coach: Bill Belichick

Passing Leader: Tom Brady (4057)

Rushing Leader: Sony Michel (912)

Receiving Leader: Julian Edelman (100-1117)

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Buffalo Bills (10-6)

Head Coach: Sean McDermott

Passing Leader: Josh Allen (3089)

Rushing Leader: Devin Singletary (775)

Receiving Leader: John Brown (72-1060)

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New York Jets (7-9)

Head Coach: Adam Gase

Passing Leader: Sam Darnold (3024)

Rushing Leader: Le'Veon Bell (789)

Receiving Leader: Jamison Crowder (78-833)

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Miami Dolphins (5-11)

Head Coach: Brian Flores

Passing Leader: Ryan Fitzpatrick (3529)

Rushing Leader: Ryan Fitzpatrick (243)

Receiving Leader: DeVante Parker (72-1202)

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Baltimore Ravens (14-2)

Head Coach: John Harbaugh

Passing Leader: Lamar Jackson (3127)

Rushing Leader: Lamar Jackson (1206)

Receiving Leader: Mark Andrews (64-852)

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Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8)

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

Passing Leader: Mason Rudolph (1765)

Rushing Leader: James Conner (464)

Receiving Leader: Diontae Johnson (59-680)

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Cleveland Browns (6-10)

Head Coach: Freddie Kitchens

Passing Leader: Baker Mayfield (3827)

Rushing Leader: Nick Chubb (1494)

Receiving Leader: Jarvis Landry (83-1174)

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Cincinnati Bengals (2-14)

Head Coach: Zac Taylor

Passing Leader: Andy Dalton (3494)

Rushing Leader: Joe Mixon (1137)

Receiving Leader: Tyler Boyd (90-1046)

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Houston Texans (10-6)

Head Coach: Bill O'Brien

Passing Leader: Deshaun Watson (3852)

Rushing Leader: Carlos Hyde (1070)

Receiving Leader: DeAndre Hopkins (104-1165)

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Tennessee Titans (9-7)

Head Coach: Mike Vrabel

Passing Leader: Ryan Tannehill (2742)

Rushing Leader: Derrick Henry (1540)

Receiving Leader: A.J. Brown (52-1051)

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Indianapolis Colts (7-9)

Head Coach: Frank Reich

Passing Leader: Jacoby Brissett (2942)

Rushing Leader: Marlon Mack (1091)

Receiving Leader: T.Y. Hilton (45-501)

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Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10)

Head Coach: Doug Marrone

Passing Leader: Gardner Minshew II (3271)

Rushing Leader: Leonard Fournette (1152)

Receiving Leader: Leonard Fournette (76-522)

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Kansas City Chiefs (12-4)

Head Coach: Andy Reid

Passing Leader: Patrick Mahomes (4031)

Rushing Leader: Damien Williams (498)

Receiving Leader: Travis Kelce (97-1229)

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Denver Broncos (7-9)

Head Coach: Vic Fangio

Passing Leader: Joe Flacco (1822)

Rushing Leader: Phillip Lindsay (1011)

Receiving Leader: Courtland Sutton (72-1112)

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Oakland Raiders (7-9)

Head Coach: Jon Gruden

Passing Leader: Derek Carr (4054)

Rushing Leader: Josh Jacobs (1150)

Receiving Leader: Darren Waller (90-1145)

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Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)

Head Coach: Anthony Lynn

Passing Leader: Phillip Rivers (4615)

Rushing Leader: Melvin Gordon (612)

Receiving Leader: Keenan Allen (104-1199)

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Wildcard - Sun Jan 5 - Seattle (11-5) 17, PHILADELPHIA (9-7) 9

Divisional - Sat Jan 11 - SAN FRANCISCO (13-3) 27, Minnesota (11-6) 10

Divisional - Sun Jan 12 - GREEN BAY (13-3) 28, Seattle (12-5) 23

Conference - Sun Jan 19 - SAN FRANCISCO (14-3) 37, Green Bay (14-3) 20

SUPER BOWL 54 (February 2, 2020 at Miami)

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (14-4) 31, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (15-3) 20 - The big game in Miami, featured one of the most explosive offensive teams in the Kansas City Chiefs against one of the best defensive teams in the San Francisco 49ers. Early on, it was the defense of both sides that stood out as the game was tied 10-10, heading into halftime. Patrick Mahomes had a rushing touchdown, and Jimmy Garoppolo threw for a touchdown pass. In the second half, San Francisco scored ten unanswered points in the third quarter with Raheem Mostert running for a touchdown. As they did in their previous two playoff games, the Chiefs turned it on after falling behind by double digits. In the fourth quarter, they cut the 49ers lead to three after Travis Kelce caught a one-yard touchdown from Mahomes. The Chiefs took the lead with 2:50 remaining after the 49ers were unable to run the clock out. Damien Williams caught a five-yard touchdown pass to give the Chiefs their first lead of the game. Williams would seal the victory with a 38-yard touchdown run with 1:12 lead. Patrick Mahomes went onto win the Super Bowl MVP after going passing for 286 yards with two touchdowns and adding 29 yards on the ground, with one touchdown.

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2019 ALLIANCE OF AMERICAN FOOTBALL

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Orlando Apollos (7-1)

Head Coach: Steve Spurrier

Passing Leader: Garrett Gilbert (2152)

Rushing Leader: D'Ernest Johnson (372)

Receiving Leader: Charles Johnson (45-687)

Attendance: 19,648 (2nd)

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Birmingham Iron (5-3)

Head Coach: Tim Lewis

Passing Leader: Luis Perez (1461)

Rushing Leader: Trent Richardson (366)

Receiving Leader: Quinton Patton (33-372)

Attendance: 14,307 (4th)

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Atlanta Legends (2-6)

Head Coach: Kevin Coyle

Passing Leader: Aaron Murray (1048)

Rushing Leader: Taraen Folston (223)

Receiving Leader: Taraen Folston (26-163)

Attendance: 10,895 (6th)

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Memphis Express (2-6)

Head Coach: Mike Singletary

Passing Leader: Brandon Silvers (799)

Rushing Leader: Zac Stacy (312)

Receiving Leader: Reece Horn (28-429)

Attendance: 12,944 (5th)

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Arizona Hotshots (5-3)

Head Coach: Rick Neuheisel

Passing Leader: John Wolford (1617)

Rushing Leader: Jhurell Presley (430)

Receiving Leader: Rashad Ross (36-583)

Attendance: 9,932 (7th)

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San Antonio Commanders (5-3)

Head Coach: Mike Riley

Passing Leader: Logan Woodside (1385)

Rushing Leader: Kenneth Farrow (372)

Receiving Leader: Mekale McKay (22-375)/Greg Ward (22-214)

Attendance: 27,721 (1st)

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Salt Lake Stallions (3-5)

Head Coach: Dennis Erickson

Passing Leader: Josh Woodrum (1449)

Rushing Leader: Joel Bourganon (360)

Receiving Leader: De'Mornay Pierson-el (36-414)

Attendance: 9,067 (8th)

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San Diego Fleet (3-5)

Head Coach: Mike Martz

Passing Leader: Mike Bercovici (1311)

Rushing Leader: Ja'Quan Gardner (311)

Receiving Leader: Nelson Spruce (38-426)

Attendance: 19,154 (3rd)

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9

ORLANDO 40, Atlanta 6 (20191)It couldn’t have been a better debut for the Orlando Apollos on Saturday. Quarterback Garrett Gilbert went 15 of 25 passing for 227 yards and three total touchdowns (2 passing, 1 receiving) to help lead the Apollos to a dominant 40-6 win over the Atlanta Legends at Spectrum Stadium on the first night of the Alliance of American Football league. Gilbert’s 26-yard touchdown pass in the first minute of the second quarter to Jalin Marshall not only put Orlando up, 7-3, but it was the first touchdown in AAF history. Orlando built a 22-6 lead at halftime and never looked back to win its season opener.

ATLANTA -  3  3  0  0 -  6

ORLANDO -  0 22  3 15 - 40

1st - ATL - Younghoe Koo, 38-yard field goal ATL 3-0 2nd - ORL - Jalin Marshall,  26-yard pass from Garrett Gilbert (De'Veon Smith run) ORL 8-3 2nd - ORL - D. Smith, 1-yard run (Matt Weiser pass from Gilbert) ORL 16-3 2nd - ATL - Koo, 27-yard field goal ORL 16-6 2nd - ORL - Gilbert, 5-yard pass from, Marshall (Pass failed) ORL 22-6 3rd - ORL - Elliott Fry, 33-yard field goal ORL 25-6 4th - ORL - D'Ernest Johnson, 33-yard pass from Gilbert (Run failed) ORL 31-6 4th - ORL - Terence Garvin, 51-yard interception return (Pass failed) ORL 37-6 4th - ORL - Fry, 21-yard field goal ORL 40-6

SAN ANTONIO 15, San Diego 6 (27857) - The San Antonio Commanders wore down the visiting San Diego Fleet, 15-6, in front of 27,857 at the Alamodome. San Antonio's defense intercepted three passes and harassed Fleet passers with six sacks on the night, including a crushing hit on San Diego starter Mike Bercovici that sent his helmet flying. Commanders kicker Nick Rose hit a pair of first half field goals to give the home side a 6-0 advantage, but the Fleet rallied with a pair of field goals late in the half to knot the score at six at halftime. Starting field position hampered both offenses in the first half as two offensive drives began at the seven-yard line and another at the five.

SAN DIEGO   -  0  6  0  0 -  6

SAN ANTONIO -  0  6  0  9 - 15

2nd - SA - Nick Rose, 29-yard field goal SA 3-0 2nd - SA - Rose, 23-yard field goal SA 6-0 2nd - SD - Donny Hageman, 47-yard field goal SA 6-3 2nd - SD- Hageman, 28-yard field goal TIED 6-6 4th - SA - Kenneth Farrow II, 3-yard run (Run failed) SA 12-6 4th - SA - Rose, 28-yard field goal SA 15-6

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10

BIRMINGHAM 26, Memphis 0 (17039) - The Birmingham Iron defense pitched the Alliance of American Football's first ever shutout, and Trent Richardson ran in a pair of touchdowns in a 26-0 victory over the Memphis Express before 17,039 Sunday afternoon in pro football's return to Legion Field. Kept in check most of the day, Richardson scored on runs of four and five yards in the second half and also added a two-point conversion. Birmingham quarterback Luis Perez went 19-of-33 for 252 yards, with Patton Quinton on the receiving end of four balls for 107 yards. Iron kicker Nick Novak provided all the scoring in the first half, connecting on three field goals as Birmingham built a 9-0 lead at the break. Novak added another successful kick in the second half. Memphis quarterback Christian Hackenburg completed just 10 of 23 attempts for 87 yards with an interception. Brandon Silvers replaced him late in the game and promptly threw an interception. Eleven penalties for 97 yards further slowed the Express.

MEMPHIS    -  0  0  0  0 -  0

BIRMINGHAM -  3  6  0 17 - 26

1st - BIRM - Nick Novak, 29-yard field goal BIRM 3-0 2nd - BIRM - Novak, 28-yard field goal BIRM 6-0 2nd - Novak, 47-yard field goal BIRM 9-0 4th - BIRM - Trent Richardson, 4-yard run (Richardson pass from Luis Perez) BIRM 17-0 4th - BIRM - Novak, 31-yard field goal BIRM 20-0 4th - BIRM - Richardson, 5-yard run (Run failed) BIRM 26-0

ARIZONA 38, Salt Lake 22 (11751)The Arizona Hotshots closed out the Alliance of American Football's opening weekend with a 38-22 victory over the Salt Lake Stallions at Sun Devil Stadium. Arizona quarterback John Wolford opened the scoring when he hit tight end Gerald Christian for a five-yard TD with 1:03 left in the first quarter. The pass capped off a 95-yard drive. Wolford stole the show, completing 18 of 29 throws for 275 yards and all four Hotshots' touchdowns. Rashad Ross was on the receiving end of five of those balls for 103 yards and two scores. The AAF does not use extra points. Arizona finished the night four-for-four on their two-point conversion attempts while Salt Lake went two-for-three.

SALT LAKE -  0 16  0  6 - 22

ARIZONA   -  8 11 16  3 - 38

1st - ARI - Gerald Christian, 5-yard pass from John Wolford (Larry Rose III run) ARI 8-0 2nd - SL - Matt Asiata, 1-yard run (Josh Woodrum run) TIED 8-8 2nd - ARI - Rashad Ross, 36-yard pass from Wolford (Jhurell Presley run) ARI 16-8 2nd - ARI - Nick Folk, 53-yard field goal ARI 19-8 2nd - SL - Jordan Leslie, 2-yard pass from Woodrum (Branden Oliver run) ARI 19-16 3rd - ARI - Ross, 4-yard pass from Wolford (Tomas Duarte pass from Wolford) ARI 27-16 3rd - ARI - Pressley, 30-yard pass from Wolford (Richard Mullaney pass from Wolford) ARI 35-16 4th - SL - Nick Truesdell, 7-yard pass from Matt Linehan (Pass failed) ARI 35-22 4th - ARI - Folk, 32-yard field goal ARI 38-22

EASTERN CONFERENCE                   WESTERN CONFERENCE

Orlando         1  0 0 1.000  40   6 Arizona          1  0 0 1.000  38  22

Birmingham      1  0 0 1.000  26   0 San Antonio      1  0 0 1.000  15   6

Atlanta         0  1 0  .000   6  40 San Diego        0  1 0  .000   6  15

Memphis         0  1 0  .000   0  26 Salt Lake        0  1 0  .000  22  38

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16

BIRMINGHAM 12, Salt Lake 9 (17319)The Birmingham Iron (2-0) broke through late for a 12-9 victory over the visiting Salt Lake Stallions (0-2) before 17,319 at Legion Field Saturday afternoon. After falling behind 9-0 and with Birmingham looking listless on offense for much of the game, a crucial fumbled punt return was recovered in the end zone by Iron linebacker Shaheed Salmon with 2:36 left in the third. Running back Trent Richardson scored the game-winner on a two-yard burst up the middle with 4:36 left in the fourth. Birmingham quarterback Luis Perez connected on 24 of 38 attempts for 184 yards, helping make up for a running game that managed just 47 yards all day. Richardson ran for 41 yards and a score, his third in two weeks.

SALT LAKE  -  0  9  0  0 -  9

BIRMINGHAM -  0  0  6  6 - 12

2nd - SL- Joel Bourganon, 3-yard run (Run failed) SL 6-0 2nd - SL - Taylor Bertolet, 53-yard field goal SL 9-0 3rd - BIRM - Shaheed Salmon recovered fumbled punt return in end zone (Run failed) SL 9-6 4th - BIRM - Trent Richardson, 2-yard run (Pass failed) BIRM 12-9

Arizona 20, MEMPHIS 18 (11980)The Arizona Hotshots rallied late for a 20-18 victory at the Liberty Bowl in the home opener for the Memphis Express Saturday night. Arizona trailed 12-0 at halftime, a margin that lasted most of the third quarter. John Wolford hit Rashad Ross for Arizona's first score with 1:06 left in the third to cut their deficit to 12-6, but Memphis quarterback Christian Hackenberg countered with a four-yard scoring run to make it 18-6 Express at 13:40 of the fourth. Wolford connected on 14 of 22 attempts for 194 yards with two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions. Arizona ran for 209 yards, topped by Cook's 73 on the ground. Josh Huff caught two passes for a team-high 84 yards. Zac Stacy ran for 101 yards and a score to lead a Memphis rushing attack that totaled 175 in a losing effort. Hackenberg completed 14 of 25 throws for just 102 yards. Memphis drew 11,980 for its home opener on a cool, 39-degree night.

ARIZONA -  0  0  6 14 - 20

MEMPHIS -  9  3  0  6 - 18

1st - MEM - Josh Jasper, 38-yard field goal MEM 3-0 1st - MEM - Zac Stacy, 9-yard run (Pass failed) MEM 9-0 2nd - MEM - Jasper, 35-yard field goal MEM 12-0 3rd - ARI - Rashad Ross, 16-yard pass from Josh Wolford (Pass failed) MEM 12-6 4th - MEM - Christian Hackenberg, 4-yard run (Pass failed) MEM 18-6  4th - ARI - Justin Stockton, 45-yard run (Wolford run) MEM 18-14 4th - ARI - Tim Cook, 4-yard pass from Wolford (Pass failed) ARI 20-18

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17

Orlando 37, SAN ANTONIO 29 (29176) - Garrett Gilbert passed for 393 yards and two touchdowns and Orlando rallied from a 12-point, second-half deficit for a 37-29 victory over San Antonio on Sunday afternoon in front of 29,176 fans at the Alamodome. Gilbert, who played collegiately at Texas and SMU, completed 19 of 28 passes in leading the Apollos (2-0) to the comeback road win. His favorite target was Charles Johnson, who hauled in seven passes for 192 yards and a TD. With San Antonio clinging to a 29-23 lead midway through the fourth quarter, Gilbert found Jalin Marshall for a 23-yard touchdown pass to tie the game. Orlando had a chance to take the lead but Gilbert's pass attempt on the two-point try fell incomplete. However, the Apollos did reclaim the lead on the next possession, as Keith Reaser stepped in front of a Logan Woodside pass and returned it 39 yards to paydirt. Rannell Hall hauled in a Gilbert pass on the two-point conversion attempt to put the Apollos up 37-29.

ORLANDO     -  0 17  3 17 - 37

SAN ANTONIO - 12  6 11  0 - 29

1st - SA - Kenneth Farrow II, 15-yard run (Run failed) SA 6-0 1st - SA - Evan Rodriguez, 1-yard pass from Logan Woodside (Run failed) SA 12-0 2nd - ORL - De'Veon Smith, 1-yard run (Smith run) SA 12-8 2nd - SA - Nick Rose, 50-yard field goal SA 15-8 2nd - ORL - Eric Fry, 35-yard field goal SA 15-11 2nd - ORL - Charles Johnson, 21-yard pass from Garrett Gilbert (Pass failed) ORL 17-15 2nd - SA - Rose, 38-yard field goal SA 18-17 3rd - SA - Rose, 37-yard field goal SA 21-17 3rd - SA - Joey Mbu, 8-yard fumble return (Rodriguez pass from Woodside) SA 29-17 3rd - ORL - Fry, 24-yard field goal SA 29-20 4th - ORL - Fry, 47-yard field goal SA 29-23 4th - ORL - Jalin Marshall, 23-yard pass from Gilbert (Pass failed) TIED 29-29 4th - ORL - Keith Reaser, 39-yard interception return (Rannell Hall pass from Gilbert) ORL 37-29

SAN DIEGO 24, Atlanta 12 (20019) - After playing nearly 111 minutes of football without scoring a touchdown, San Diego Fleet running back Ja'Quan Gardner found the end zone twice in the fourth quarter to lift San Diego to a 24-12 victory over the Atlanta Legends in the Fleet's rainy home opener. An announced crowd of 20,019 welcomed professional football back to San Diego more than two years after the NFL's Chargers left for Los Angeles. Atlanta, also held without a touchdown in week one, scored its first TD in the opening quarter on a 19-yard pass from Matt Simms to Malachi Jones, staking the Legends to a 9-0 advantage. The score was set up by a Carlos Merritt interception.

ATLANTA   -  9  0  0  3 - 12

SAN DIEGO -  0  6  3 15 - 24

1st - ATL - Younghoe Koo, 29-yard field goal ATL 3-0 1st - ATL - Malachi Jones, 19-yard pass from Matt Simms (Pass failed) ATL 9-0 2nd - SD - Donny Hageman, 46-yard field goal ATL 9-3 2nd - SD - Hageman, 43-yard field goal ATL 9-6 3rd - SD - Hageman, 26-yard field goal TIED 9-9 4th - ATL - Koo, 26-yard field goal ATL 12-9 4th - SD - Ja'Quan Gardner, 8-yard run (Pass failed) SD 15-12 4th - SD - Gardner, 7-yard run (Run failed) SD 21-12 4th - SD - Hageman, 33-yard field goal SD 24-12

EASTERN CONFERENCE                   WESTERN CONFERENCE

Orlando         2  0 0 1.000  77  35 Arizona          2  0 0 1.000  58  40

Birmingham      2  0 0 1.000  38   9 San Antonio      1  1 0  .500  44  43

Atlanta         0  2 0  .000  18  64 San Diego        1  1 0  .500  30  27

Memphis         0  2 0  .000  18  46 Salt Lake        0  2 0  .000  31  50

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23

SALT LAKE 23, Arizona 15 (10412) - QB Josh Woodrum returned to the field for the Stallions in Saturday's 23-15 win over the Hotshots. Woodrum finished the game 22-31 on 178 passing yards with a 95.9 passer rating. He had one touchdown and zero interceptions in the Stallions first-franchise win. RB Branden Oliver and RB Joel Bouagnon continued the Stallions' one-two punch where the duo rushed for 85 combined yards against Arizona. Both Oliver and Bouagnon grabbed a rushing touchdown. The Stallions' defense continued as a force of nature, limiting the Hotshots to a season-low 15 points. LB Greer Martini highlighted Salt Lake's defense with seven solo tackles, two passes defended and a game-altering interception.

ARIZONA    -  0  9  3  3 - 15

SALT LAKE  -  3  6  6  8 - 23

1st - SL - Taylor Bertolet, 54-yard field goal SL 3-0 2nd - SL - De'Mornay Pierson-El, 25-yard pass from Josh Woodrum (Pass failed) SL 9-0 2nd - ARI - Nick Folk, 48-yard field goal SL 9-3 2nd - ARI - Rashad Ross, 1-yard pass from John Wolford (Run failed) TIED 9-9 3rd - SL - Branden Oliver, 1-yard run (Pass failed) SL 15-9 3rd - ARI - Folk, 35-yard field goal SL 15-12 4th - SL - Joel Bourganon, 1-yard run (Pierson-El pass from Woodrum) SL 23-12 4th - ARI - Folk, 45-yard field goal SL 23-15

ORLANDO 21, Memphis 17 (20394) - The Orlando Apollos remained undefeated Saturday night and prevented the Memphis Express from winning their first game of The Alliance of American Football season with a 21-17 victory at Orlando's Spectrum Stadium. Thanks to an offense that converted only 3 of 11 third-down opportunities, the Apollos weren't as explosive as they had been in their first two games going against an aggressive Memphis defense. However, they made plays when they had to, including a 21-yard touchdown run by quarterback Garrett Gilbert that gave Orlando a 21-9 lead with 8:58 to play in the game.

MEMPHIS -  0  0  6 11 - 17

ORLANDO -  9  0  6  6 - 21

1st - ORL - D'Ernest Johnson, 4-yard run (Run failed) ORL 6-0 1st - ORL - Eric Fry, 31-yard field goal ORL 9-0 3rd - MEM - Devin Lucien, 30-yard pass from Zach Mettenberger (Pass failed) ORL 9-6 3rd - ORL - Ranell Hall, 37-yard pass from Garrett Gilbert (Pass failed) ORL 15-6 4th - MEM - Josh Jasper, 27-yard field goal ORL 15-9 4th - ORL - Gilbert, 21-yard run (Run failed) ORL 21-9 4th - MEM - Gerrard Sheppard, 40-yard pass from Mettenberger (Anthony Manzo-Lewis pas from Mettenberger) ORL 21-17

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 24

Birmingham 28, ATLANTA 12 (10717) - Birmingham Iron RB Trent Richardson once again led the way for The Iron, scoring three rushing touchdowns in a commanding 28-12 victory over the Atlanta Legends. Coach Tim Lewis' defense again rose to the occasion, causing four turnovers and holding the Legends to just 43 yards on the ground. Legends QB Matt Simms threw for 328 yards, including the first successful onside conversion attempt in league history with a 48-yard pass completion to WR Seantavius Jones. It wasn't enough as the Legends failed to pick up their first win of the season. The Iron improve to 3-0, first place in the Eastern Conference.

BIRMINGHAM -  0  9 11  8 - 28

ATLANTA    -  0  6  0  6 - 12

2nd - ATL - Younghoe Koo, 21-yard field goal ATL 3-0 2nd - BIRM - Nick Novak, 39-yard field goal TIED 3-3 2nd - BIRM - Trent Richardson, 5-yard run (Pass failed) BIRM 9-3 2nd - ATL - Koo, 35-yard field goal BIRM 9-6 3rd - BIRM - Novak, 27-yard field goal BIRM 12-6 3rd - BIRM - Richardson, 1-yard run (Richardson pass from Luis Perez) BIRM 20-6 4th - Richardson, 6-yard run (L'Damian Washington pass from Perez) BIRM 28-6 4th - ATL - Montay Crockett, 23-yard pass from Matt Simms (Pass failed) BIRM 28-12

SAN DIEGO 31, San Antonio 11 (14789) -The San Diego Fleet secured their second win of the season behind RB Ja'Quan Gardner's 122 yards on just 12 carries, including the longest play in Alliance history with his 83-yard touchdown run. The Fleet ran for 202 yards as a team in the 31-11 win over the San Antonio Commanders. Fleet QB Philip Nelson, who entered the season third on the depth chart, threw the first two touchdowns of his pro career, both to WR Nelson Spruce. The Fleet defense stymied the Commanders attack with five sacks and an interception returned for a touchdown by LB AJ Tarpley.

SAN ANTONIO -  8  0  3  0 - 11

SAN DIEGO   -  6 16  6  3 - 31

1st - SA - Mekale McKay, 47-yard pass from Logan Woodside (Evan Rodriguez pass from Woodside) SA 8-0 1st - SD - Nelson Spruce, 3-yard pass from Phillip Nelson (Pass failed) SA 8-6 2nd - SD - AJ Tarpley, 27-yard interception return (Terrell Watson run) SD 14-8 2nd - Spruce, 18-yard pass from Nelson (Watson run) SD 22-8 3rd - SD - Ja'Quan Gardner, 83-yard run (Pass failed) SD 28-8 3rd - SA - Nick Rose, 23-yard field goal SD 28-11 4th - SD - Donny Hageman, 35-yard field goal SD 31-11

EASTERN CONFERENCE                   WESTERN CONFERENCE

Orlando         3  0 0 1.000  98  52 Arizona          2  1 0  .667  73  63

Birmingham      3  0 0 1.000  66  21 San Diego        2  1 0  .667  61  38

Atlanta         0  3 0  .000  30  92 San Antonio      1  2 0  .333  55  74

Memphis         0  3 0  .000  35  67 Salt Lake        1  2 0  .333  54  65

SATURDAY MARCH 2

MEMPHIS 26, San Diego 23 (13621) - Memphis notched its first victory of the season behind starting QB Zach Mettenberger's game-controlling performance, completing 72 percent of his passing attempts for over 170 yards and one touchdown in a comeback 26-23 victory over the San Diego Fleet. Adding to Memphis' come-from-behind win, Coach Mike Singletary's defiant defense rose to the occasion behind star LB Drew Jackson's 13 tackles and one interception. The Fleet executed the first punt return touchdown in Alliance history, a 57-yard return by DB Ron Brooks in the first quarter. The Fleet were unable to hold the lead, dropping to 2-2 on the season while the Express improve to 1-3.

SAN DIEGO - 14  6  0  3 - 26

MEMPHIS   -  3 12  0 11 - 23

1st - SD - Ron Brooks, 57-yard punt return (Run failed) SD 6-0 1st - MEM - Austin MacGinnis, 46-yard field goal SD 6-3 1st - SD - Dontez Ford, 6-yard pass from Phillip Nelson (Terrell Watson run) SD 14-3 1st - MEM - MacGinnis, 40-yard field goal SD 14-6 2nd - SD - Marcus Baugh, 30-yard pass from Alex Ross (Run failed) SD 20-6 2nd - MEM - MacGinnis, 35-yard field goal SD 20-9 2nd - MEM - Zach Mettenberger, 1-yard run (Pass failed) SD 20-15 4th - SD - Donny Hageman, 46-yard field goal SD 23-15 4th - MEM - Terrence Magee, 6-yard pass from Mettenberger (Mettenberger run) TIED 23-23 4th - MEM - MacGinnis, 45-yard field goal MEM 26-23

Orlando 20, SALT LAKE 11 (9302) - The Orlando Apollos broke open a close game in the second half with two long touchdown drives and defeated the Salt Lake Stallions, 20-11, in snowy Rice-Eccles Stadium Saturday night. The Apollos remain undefeated at 4-0 and the Stallions fell to 1-3. The first half was a battle of field goals as neither offense was able to have much consistency. On Salt Lake's four possessions of the second half not including the touchdown, the Apollos held the Stallions to 65 total yards. Garrett Gilbert completed 22 of 32 passes for 244 yards with a passer rating of 101.6. Wide receiver Charles Johnson caught nine passes for 105 yards. For Salt Lake, Josh Woodrum was 16 of 22 for 161 yards and a 93.2 passer rating.

ORLANDO   -  3  3  6  6 - 20

SALT LAKE -  0  3  8  0 - 11

1st - ORL - Eric Fry, 43-yard field goal ORL 3-0 2nd - SL - Taylor Bertolet, 41-yard field goal TIED 3-3 2nd - ORL - Fry, 42-yard field goal ORL 6-3 3rd - ORL - Donteea Dye, Jr., 20-yard pass from Garrett Gilbert (Sean Price pass from D'Ernest Johnson) ORL 14-3 3rd - SL - Joel Bouganon, 14-yard run (Terrell Newby pass from Josh Woodrum) ORL 14-11 4th - OL - Akeem Hunt, 2-yard run (Pass failed) ORL 20-11

SUNDAY MARCH 3

Atlanta 14, ARIZONA 11 (8865) - The Atlanta Legends earned a tough road win versus the Arizona Hotshots, 14-11. Legends QB Aaron Murray threw for 254 yards and ran for another 54, leading the Legends to its first win of the season. The Legends began the scoring with the first safety in Alliance history, a tackle in the end zone by DB Ed Reynolds Jr. Legends RB Denard Robinson scored the first touchdown of the evening, a nine-yard run putting the Legends up 8-0. Hotshots K Nick Folk hit a 39-yard FG to end the half, cutting the Legends lead to 8-3. Arizona Hotshots QB Josh Wolford threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to his favorite target, WR Rashad Ross, and then converted the two-point conversion, to tie the game 11-11 with 5:20 remaining. The Legends proceeded to drive down the field, and K Younghoe Koo nailed a 33-yard FG to win the game.

ATLANTA -  2  6  0  6 - 14

ARIZONA -  0  3  0  8 - 11

1st - ATL - Safety, Rashad Ross tackled in end zone ATL 2-0 2nd - ATL - Denard Robinson, 9-yard run (Pass failed) ATL 8-0 2nd - ARI - Nick Folk, 39-yard field goal ATL 8-3 4th - ATL - Younghoe Koo, 27-yard field goal ATL 11-3 4th - ARI - Ross, 20-yard pass from John Wolford (Marquis Bundy pass from Wolford) TIED 11-11 4th - ATL - Koo, 33-yard field goal ATL 14-11

San Antonio 12, BIRMINGHAM 11 (6539) - The San Antonio Commanders held on to a 12-11 victory over the Birmingham Iron, led by an Alliance record 142 rushing yards from RB Kenneth Farrow II and a stout defense that turned three forced turnovers into nine points. With the Iron driving into the Commanders territory in the second half, DB Zack Sanchez intercepted Iron QB Luis Perez. On the ensuing drive, Farrow II carried four times for 37-yards and RB Trey Williams ran for a 12-yard touchdown to put the Commanders up for good. The Iron cut the lead to one with 1:42 remaining when RB Trent Richardson scored his league leading seventh touchdown. The Iron then attempted an onside conversion, 4th and 12 from the Commanders 28-yard line, but the comeback attempt ended with an interception by Commanders DB Orion Stewart. The Commanders improved to 2-2 while the Iron suffered its first loss of the season, dropping to 3-1 ahead of a week five showdown with undefeated Orlando Apollos.

SAN ANTONIO -  3  0  6  3 - 12

BIRMINGHAM  -  0  3  0  8 - 11

1st - SA - Nick Rose, 39-yard field goal SA 3-0 2nd - BIRM - Nick Novak, 33-yard field goal TIED 3-3 3rd - SA - Trey Williams, 12-yard run (Pass failed) SA 9-3 4th - SA - Rose, 20-yard field goal SA 12-3 4th - BIRM - Trent Richardson, 1-yard run (DeVozea Felton pass from Luis Perez) SA 12-11

EASTERN CONFERENCE                   WESTERN CONFERENCE

Orlando         4  0 0 1.000 118  63 Arizona          2  2 0  .500  84  77

Birmingham      3  1 0  .750  77  33 San Diego        2  2 0  .500  84  64

Atlanta         1  3 0  .250  44 103 San Antonio      2  2 0  .500  67  85

Memphis         1  3 0  .250  61  90 Salt Lake        1  3 0  .250  65  85

SATURDAY MARCH 9

Orlando 31, BIRMINGHAM 14 (13310) - The Orlando Apollos beat Birmingham 31-14 to remain undefeated and in first place in the Eastern Conference. Apollos QB Garrett Gilbert and the Alliance's top-ranked offense got off to a fast start, finishing the opening drive with a 21-yard touchdown throw to TE Scott Orndoff. Apollos DB Keith Reaser extended the early lead, returning an interception 40 yards for a touchdown, his second defensive score of the season. A two-point conversion made it 14-0 Apollos. Iron RB Trent Richardson ran for his league leading eighth touchdown of the season, as the offense came to life before the half with QB Keith Price under center. The Iron carried the positive momentum over to the second half, when a 30-yard touchdown pass from Price to RB Brandon Ross - The Iron's first touchdown through the air - cut the score to 20-14. Price played his college football for the Washington Huskies and was an undrafted free agent signing by the Seattle Seahawks in 2014. After three seasons in the CFL, Price saw his first action with The Alliance when he replaced Luis Perez in the first quarter. The Apollos offense proved too strong, as another Gilbert to WR Charles Johnson touchdown connection in the fourth quarter sealed the win.

ORLANDO    - 14  6  3  8 - 31

BIRMINGHAM -  0  8  6  0 - 14

1st - ORL - Scott Orndorff, 21-yard pass from Garrett Gilbert (Pass failed) ORL 6-0 1st - ORL - Kevin Reaser, 40-yard interception return (Charles Johnson pass from Gilbert) ORL 14-0 2nd - ORL - Eric Fry, 21-yard field goal ORL 17-0 2nd - BIRM - Trent Richardson, 3-yard run (Quinton Patton pass from Keith Price) ORL 17-8 2nd - ORL - Fry, 22-yard field goal ORL 20-8 3rd - BIRM - Brandon Ross, 30-yard pass from Price (Pass failed) ORL 20-14 3rd - ORL - Fry, 27-yard field goal ORL 23-14 4th - ORL - Johnson, 12-yard pass from Gilbert (Jalin Marshall pass from Gilbert) ORL 31-14

SAN DIEGO 27, Salt Lake 25 (20823)The San Diego Fleet defense forced five turnovers and K Donny Hageman hit a game-winning field goal as time expired in a thrilling 27-25 win over Salt Lake. Fleet WR/DB Kameron Kelly grabbed an Alliance record three interceptions, returning one for a 23-yard touchdown to seal the win. In the third quarter, Fleet DB Jordan Martin returned a fumble 41 yards for a touchdown and 12-11 lead. On the ensuing Stallions drive, Fleet DE Damontre Moore sacked Stallions QB Austin Allen, forcing and recovering a fumble. The offense capitalized on the turnover when QB Mike Bercovici hit TE Ben Johnson for an 18-yard touchdown pass and catch and an 18-11 lead. Bercovici threw for 304 yards and a touchdown in his return to the starting lineup.

SALT LAKE -  8  0  3 14 - 25

SAN DIEGO -  3  3 12  9 - 27

1st - SD - Donny Hageman, 39-yard field goal SD 3-0 1st - SL - Joel Bouagnon, 3-yard run (Josh Woodrum run) SL 8-3 2nd - SD - Hageman, 34-yard field goal SL 8-6 3rd - SL - Taylor Bertolet, 44-yard field goal SL 11-6 3rd - SD - Jordan Martin, 41-yard fumble return (Run failed) SD 12-11 3rd - SD - Ben Johnson, 18-yard pass from Mike Bercovici (Run failed) SD 18-11 4th - SD - Dameron Kelly, 22-yard interception return (Pass failed) SD 24-11 4th - SL - Bouagnon, 4-yard run (Run failed) SD 24-17 4th - SL - Nick Truesdell, 6-yard pass from Woodrum (Kenny Bell pass from Woodrum) SL 25-24 4th - SD - Hageman, 44-yard field goal SL 27-25

SUNDAY MARCH 10

ATLANTA 23, Memphis 20 (10829) - An interception in the final four minutes gave the Atlanta Legends one more chance to secure its first win — a 23-20 victory over Memphis —before the home crowd at Georgia State Stadium. The Legends’ fortunes turned after a pass interference penalty was called on Atlanta’s Desmond Lawrence, which gave the Memphis Express a first down with the score tied 20-20 and less than five minutes left in the game. Express wide receiver Zac Stacy took advantage stretching out a catch for 31 yards and putting Memphis within striking distance. Atlanta’s Tyson Graham intercepted a pass from Memphis quarterback Zach Mettenberger and ran it back for 14 yards to give Atlanta another possession in the final three minutes. Murray — making his first start — led the Atlanta Legends and moved down the field with 15-yard pass Keith Towbridge, followed by a 16-yard run from Tarean Folston. The Legends reached the 17-yard line with 13 seconds in the game before Younghoe Koo kicked the game-winning 35-yard field goal. And just like that the Legends (2-3) earned their first home win over Memphis (1-4).

MEMPHIS -  6  6  8  0 - 20

ATLANTA -  3 11  0  9 - 23

1st - ATL - Younghoe Koo, 38-yard field goal ATL 3-0 1st - MEM - Zac Stacy, 7-yard run (Pass failed) MEM 6-3 2nd - ATL - Tarean Folston, 2-yard run (Justin Thomas pass from Aaron Murray) ATL 11-6 2nd - MEM - Stacy, 3-yard run (Pass failed) MEM 12-11 2nd ATL - Koo, 25-yard field goal ARL 14-12 3rd - MEM - Zach Mettenberger, 1-yard run (Terrence Magee run) MEM 20-14 4th - ATL - Folston, 2-yard pass from Murray (Pass failed) TIED 20-20 4th - ATL - Koo, 35-yard field goal ATL 23-20

San Antonio 29, ARIZONA 25 (9351) - The San Antonio Commanders turned four first-half turnovers by the Arizona Hotshots (2-3) into 18 points to stake a 26-0 halftime lead. In the second half, the Commanders (3-2) were able to hold onto the lead and beat the Hotshots 29-25 on Sunday evening at Sun Devil Stadium. Commanders' quarterback Logan Woodside completed 21 of his 27 passes for a season high 290 yards, in addition to two TDs. San Antonio finished with 367 yards offensively, as they tied their season high in points in the win. Defensively, the Commanders forced five turnovers on Sunday, the most in team history. Arizona ran the ball 29 times for 112 yards, and quarterback John Wolford threw two TDs.

SAN ANTONIO - 14 12  0  3 - 29

ARIZONA     -  0  0  8 17 - 25

1st - SA - Derron Smith,  66-yard interception return (Pass failed) SA 6-0 1st - SA - Mekale McKay, 54-yard pass from Logan Woodside (Woodside run) SA 14-0 2nd - SA - Kenneth Farrow, II, 1-yard run (Run failed) SA 20-0 2nd - SA - Stehly Reden, 5-yard pass (Pass failed) SA 26-0 3rd - ARI - Rashad Ross, 45-yard pass from John Wolford (Wolford run) SA 26-8 4th - ARI - Nick Folk, 23-yard field goal SA 26-11 4th - SA - Nick Rose, 21-yard field goal SA 29-11 4th - ARI - Thomas Duarte, 4-yard pass from Wolford (Ross pass from Wolford) SA 29-19 4th - ARI - Tim Cook, 1-yard run (Pass failed) ARI 29-25

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