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National Football League 2003 

2003 season AFC WINS LOSSES Pct
12-4 Tennessee Titans 2 1 .666
12-4 Indianapolis Colts 2 1 .666
14-2 New England Patriots 1 2 .333
13-3 Kansas City Chiefs 1 2 .333

2003 season NFC WINS LOSSES Pct
11-5 Carolina Panthers 2 1 .666
10-6 Seattle Seahawks 2 1 .666
12-4 Philadelphia Eagles…. 1 2 .333
12-4 St.Louis Rams 1 2 .333

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Kansas City 34 at New England 28
Seattle 0 at St.Louis 22
Carolina 28 at Philadelphia 13

Indianapolis 24 at Tennessee 27 . Peyton Manning tosses a 12 yard touchdown pass with 30 seconds left to give the Colts a 24-20 lead and apparently the game. But on the ensuing kickoff, Justin McCareins takes it 95 yards for a touchdown and the Titans win it with no time left on the clock.

New England 10 at Indianapolis 20 Peyton Manning outplayed Tom Brady as the Indianapolis Colts shock the Patriots.
Tennessee 27 at Kansas City 23. Priest Holmes had two deadly fumbles and the Titans turned into touchdowns and enabled the visitors to defeat the Chiefs.
Philadelphia Eagles 14 at Seattle Seahawks 25Shawn Alexander ran for 208 yards as the Seahawks took it to the Eagles on the ground.
St.Louis Rams 7 at Carolina 40 Stephen Davis ran for 218 yards as the Rams could not stop the Panthers on the ground.

Tennessee 28 at NewEngland 34 (overtime)Kevin Faulk ran for 178 yards, including a 11 yard romp in overtime for a touchdown as the Patriots beat the previously undefeated Titans. Deion Branch was also a huge factor for the Patriots catching 12 passes for 210 yards. Tom Brady was 24/41 for 349 yards but he also had two interceptions.
Kansas City 15 at Indianapolis 38. Eggerin James ran amuck for 238 yards and Peyton Manning was 17.27 for 195 yards as the Colts totally dismantled the Chiefs defense.
St.Louis 9 at Philadelphia 31 Westbrook had 17 carries for 131 yards, and Donovan McNabb was 14/25 for 191 yards as the Eagles blew out the St.Louis Rams.
Seattle 17 at Carolina 13 Stephen Davis ran for 169 yards but it was not enough as the Seahawks defeated the Panthers. Matt Hasselbeck tossed for 255 yards as he went 19/30.

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DIVISION 1           W   L      PCT     PF    PA
------------------  --  --    -----    ---   ---
Indianapol           2   1     .667     82    52
Tennessee            2   1     .667     82    81
New Englan           1   2     .333     72    82
Kansas Cit           1   2     .333     72    93
 
 
DIVISION 2           W   L      PCT     PF    PA
------------------  --  --    -----    ---   ---
Carolina             2   1     .667     81    37
Seattle              2   1     .667     42    49
Philadelph           1   2     .333     58    62
St.Louis             1   2     .333     38    71
 
 
RUSHING LEADERS             ATT    YDS      AVG      TD
----------------------      ---   ----     ----      --
Davis       Carolina         68    383      5.6       5
James       Indianapol       85    363      4.3       4
Alexander   Seattle          56    259      4.6       2
Faulk,K     New Englan       40    201      5.0       3
George      Tennessee        57    185      3.2       2
Westbrook   Philadelph       27    141      5.2       1
Buckhalter  Philadelph       22    126      5.7       2
Holmes      Kansas Cit       33     72      2.2       0
Faulk       St.Louis         14     68      4.9       1
McNabb      Philadelph        6     55      9.2       0
 
 
RECEIVING LEADERS            NO    YDS      AVG      TD
----------------------      ---   ----     ----      --
Mason       Tennessee        28    349     12.5       3
Harrison    Indianapol       27    346     12.8       4
Wayne       Indianapol       18    255     14.2       1
Branch,D    New Englan       18    273     15.2       2
Gonzalez    Kansas Cit       18    222     12.3       2
SmithS      Carolina         15    137      9.1       0
Robinson    Seattle          13    161     12.4       1
Jackson     Seattle          11    191     17.4       1
Faulk,K     New Englan       10    107     10.7       0
Kennison    Kansas Cit       10    158     15.8       0
 
 
PASSING LEADERS          ATT   COMP      PCT   YDS   INT%     TD    RATING
----------------------   ---   ----    -----  ----   ----     --    ------
Manning    Indianapol     98     58     59.1   804    3.1      6     93.2
McNair     Tennessee      93     50     53.7   627    2.2      6     87.5
Green      Kansas Cit     73     43     58.9   569    2.7      3     85.9
Brady      New Englan     69     37     53.6   468    2.9      2     72.6
Hasselbeck Seattle        51     33     64.7   437    2.0      2     96.6
McNabb     Philadelph     46     23     50.0   368    8.7      2     55.3


 

National Football League 1980

ATLANTA FALCONS WINS THE SUPER BOWL with a 33-0 victory over the Buffalo Bills

Bartkowsky 13-22 , 3 TD, 173 yards
Humm 7-23, 118 yards

Mayberry 16-70 yards
Cain 14-46 yards
Cribbs 24-78 yards
Brown 9-23

Francis 4-87 yds, 1 td
Cain 3-24 yards
Butler 5-92 yrds
Brammer 2-26 yds

AFC WINS LOSSES POINTS
BUFFALO BILLS 6 2 12
OAKLAND RAIDERS 5 3 10
HOUSTON OILERS 5 3 10
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 2 6 4
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2 6 4
MIAMI DOLPHINS 0 8 0
NFC WINS LOSSES POINTS
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 6 2 12
ATLANTA FALCONS 6 2 12
SAND DIEGO CHARGERS 6 2 12
DALLAS COWBOYS 4 4 8
CLEVELAND BROWNS 4 4 8
LOS ANGELES RAMS 2 6 4

1980 QUARTERBACKS


Atlanta – Bartkowski 105-177 , 15 td, 3 int, 1699
Buffalo – Ferguson 88-129 , 5 td, 4 int, 863
Oakland- Plunkett 38-71, 0 td, 3 int, 675
Cleveland- Sipe 102-169, 14 td, 5 int, 1420
Philadelphia- Jaworski 81-155 , 6 td, 6 int, 1103
Houston – Stabler 46-68, 3 td, 3 int, 443
San Diego- Fouts 43-87, 7 td, 2 int, 741
Dallas – White 80-148, 6 td, 10 int, 1114
Miami- Griese 44-76 , 0 td, 3 int, 372
LA Rams- Ferragamo , 32-49, 2 td, 2 int, 290
New England – Grogan 33-69, 0 td, 1 int, 362
Pittsburgh Bradshaw, 28-49, 3 td, 5 int, 347

1980 RUSHING


Atlanta- Mayber 55-225 4.0
Buffalo – Cribbs 148-477 3.2
Oakland – King 89-348 3.9
Cleveland – M.Pruitt 102-364, 3.5
Philadelphia Montgomery 73-257 , 3.5
Houston- Campbell 98-323 , 3.2
SD- Cappaletti 32-124, 3.8
Dallas – Dorsett 73-282 3.8
Miami – Williams 56-219 , 3.9
LA Rams – Bryant 96-264 2.7
New England- Ferguson 57-247, 4.3
Pittsburgh – F.Harris 78-249 3.1



National Football League 1982

NEW YORK GIANTS WINS THE SUPER BOWL with a 21-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins

Brunner 13-17, 2 td, 196 yards
Woodlen 9-20 , 89 yards
Strock 3-3 , 1 td, 87 yards

Woolfolk 19-78
Carpenter 19-41
Nathan 11-37
Franklin 10-7

Mullady 7-78-2
Woolfolk 4-48
Rose 6-91
Franklin 3-58

AFC EAST WINS LOSSES POINTS
MIAMI 7 1 14
BUFFALO 3 2 6
NY JETS 2 2 4
NEW ENGLAND 1 3 2
BALTIMORE 0 4 0
AFC CENTRAL WINS LOSSES POINTS
CINCINATTI 5 1 10
PITTSBURGH 2 2 4
HOUSTON 2 2 4
CLEVELAND 0 4 0
AFC WEST WINS LOSSES POINTS
SANDIEGO 4 1 8
DENVER 5 2 10
KANSAS CITY 2 2 4
OAKLAND 1 3 2
SEATTLE 0 6 0

NFC EAST WINS LOSSES POINTS
NY GIANTS 7 0 14
DALLAS 2 2 4
PHILADELPHIA 2 2 4
WASHINGTON 2 3 4
ST.LOUIS 0 4 0
NFC CENTRAL WINS LOSSES POINTS
TAMPA BAY 3 2 6
GREEN BAY 2 2 4
DETROIT 2 2 4
MINNESOTA 2 3 4
CHICAGO 1 3 2
NFC WEST WINS LOSSES POINTS
LOS ANGELES RAMS 4 2 8
NEW ORLEANS 3 2 6
SAN FRANCISCO 3 2 6
ATLANTA 1 3 2


 

National Football League 1984

SANFRANCISCO 49’ERS WINS THE SUPER BOWL with a 34-24 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers

Montana 12-19, 214 yards
Malone 9-20, 2 td, 2 int, 311 yards

Tyler 22-119
Craig 12-32
Abercrombie 15-23
Pollard 9-11

Craig 5-35
Clark 4-158
Cooper 3-21
Stallworth 5-188
Lipps 4-123

AFC EAST WINS LOSSES POINTS
NEW ENGLAND 5 1 10
INDIANAPOLIS 4 2 8
MIAMI 3 3 6
NY JETS 2 4 4
BUFFALO 1 5 2
AFC CENTRAL WINS LOSSES POINTS
CINCINATTI 5 1 10
PITTSBURGH 4 2 8
CLEVELAND 3 3 6
HOUSTON 1 5 2
AFC WEST WINS LOSSES POINTS
SEATTLE 4 2 8
DENVER 3 3 6
KANSAS CITY 3 3 6
LA RAIDERS 3 3 6
SAN DIEGO 1 5 2

NFC EAST WINS LOSSES POINTS
WASHINGTON 6 0 12
NY GIANTS 3 3 6
ST.LOUIS 3 3 6
PHILADELPHIA 3 3 6
DALLAS 2 4 4
NFC CENTRAL WINS LOSSES POINTS
GREEN BAY 5 1 10
CHICAGO 3 3 6
DETROIT 2 4 4
TAMPA BAY 2 4 4
MINNESOTA 1 5 2
NFC WEST WINS LOSSES POINTS
49’ERS 6 0 12
LA RAMS 4 2 8
NEW ORLEANS 1 5 2
ATLANTA 1 5 2

PLAYOFFS
Wildcard
Rams 24 Beas 23
Colts 24 Steelers 34

Division Playoffs

Bengals 35 Seattle 36
Patriots 24 Pittsburgh 29
Sanfrancisco 31 GreenBay 24
Redskins 17 Rams 14

AFC , NFC CHAMPIONSHIPS ——-

Seattle 17 Pittsburgh 20
San Francisco 28 Washington 7

SUPERBOWL

Pittsburgh 24 49’ers 34


 

National Football League 1986

 

NY GIANTS WIN THE SUPER BOWL with a 42-10 victory over the Chicago Bears in a double knockout tournament

1986 season WINS LOSSES Pct
NEW YORK GIANTS 4 1 .800
CHICAGO BEARS 3 1 .750
WASHINGTON REDSKINS 3 2 .600
CLEVELAND BROWNS 2 2 .500
DENVER BRONCOS 1 2 .333
NEW YORK JETS 1 2 .333
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 0 2 .000
DALLAS COWBOYS 0 2 .000

 

 

 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 1987 

WASHINGTON REDSKINS WIN THE SUPER BOWL with a 32-0 victory over the Chicago Bears

D,Williams 16-24, 1 td, 192
McMahon 7-22, 2 int, 111 yards

Rogers 28-117
Bryant 10-59
Payton 10-29
Anderson 7-28

Bryant 6-41
Clark 6-66
Monk 3-85
McKinnon 2-58
Payton 2-7
Anderson 2-27
Gault 1-19

National Football League 1987
1987 season WINS LOSSES Pct
CHICAGO BEARS 3 1 .750
WASHINGTON REDSKINS 2 2 .500
LA RAIDERS 2 2 .500
DENVER BRONCOS 2 2 .500
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 1 3 .250
National Football League 1995
National Football League 1998


*** Playoffs ***

Raiders 17 at Washington 23

—————

Washington 42 at Denver 10

——-Super Bowl ——-

Washington 32 at Chicago 0  

1995 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

DALLAS COWBOYS WIN THE SUPER BOWL with a 38-15 victory over the Green Bay Packers

AIKMAN 14-19, 1 INT , 149 YARDS
FAVRE 12-28 , 3 INT 150
DETMER 2-6, 2 INT, 22 YARDS

E.Smith 31-132
Johston 17-76
Bennett 15-66
Levens 3-28

Irvin 8-73
Novacek 37
Brooks 5-44
Chmura 4-84
Bennett 4-37

1995 season

 

1995 season WINS LOSSES Pct
GREEN BAY PACKERS 5 0 1.000
DALLAS COWBOYS 3 2 .600
SAN FRANCISCO 49’ERS 2 3 .400
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2 3 .400
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 2 3 .400
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 1 4 .200

****PLAYOFFS********

Pittsburgh 17 at Green Bay 20

SF 10 at Dallas 14

Superbowl — Dallas 38 at Green Bay 15

National Football League 1997 Standings so far ( 7 game regular season schedule)

AFC

Seattle 1-1

Kansas City 1-1

Denver 2-0

Pittsburgh 0-2

NFC

Green Bay 2-0

New England 1-1

San Francisco 0-2

Miami 1-1 1997

SEASON GAMES TO DATE

Seattle 19 at Green Bay 31

Kansas City 20 at New England 35

Denver 24 at San Francisco 14

Pittsburgh 7 at Miami 59

Seattle 45 at New England 14

Kansas City 41 at San Francisco 17

Denver 27 at Miami 7

Pittsburgh 7 at Green Bay 13

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE   1998

AFC

Seattle 0-2
NY Jets 1-1
Denver 2-0
Buffalo 1-1

NFC
Green Bay 0-1
Minnesota 1-0
San Francisco 0-1
Atlanta 1-0

 

1998 SEASON GAMES TO DATE (6 game schedule in progress)

Denver 24 at Seattle 13

NY Jets 7 at Buffalo 14

San Francisco 10 at Atlanta 26

Minnesota 37 at Green Bay 29

Seattle 24 at NY Jets 27

Buffalo 10 at Denver 24

 

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